Bio 130 chpt 6

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Bio 130 chpt 6
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  1. what is the most abundant mineral in the body
    calcium
  2. what has a variety of physiological features
    calcium
  3. what has a concentration variation greater than 30-35% affects neuron and muscle function
    calcium
  4. what has a normal daily fluctuations are <10%
    calcium
  5. what is 2-4lb and 99% of deposited in skeleton
    calcium
  6. what are the three tissues calcium levels control by activites
    intestines, bones, and kidneys
  7. what calcium level absorbs calcium and phosphate under hormonal control
    intestines
  8. what calcium level is remodeling by osteoblasts and osteoclasts
    bone
  9. what calcium level has calcium and phosphate loss in urine under hormonal control
    kidneys
  10. what in hormonal control of calcium are factors that increase blood calcium levels
    parathyroid hormone
  11. what parathyroid hormone response stimulates osteoclasts to release calcium
    bone
  12. what parathyroid hormone response enhances calcitiol effects and increases calcium absorptoin
    intestines
  13. what parathyroid hormone response increases the release of hormone calcitriol which causes calcium reabsorption in these
    kidneys
  14. what in hormonal controls of calcium are factors that decrease blood calcium levels
    calcitonin from thyroid gland C cells
  15. what calcitonin response decreases osteoclast activity
    bone
  16. what calcitonin response decreases absorption with decreasing PTH and calcitriol
    intestines
  17. what calcitonin response inhibits calcitriol release and calcium reabsorption
    kidney
  18. what has a direct effect on shape and length of bone
    hormonal control of calcium
  19. what release of calcium into blood weakens bones and deposit of calcium salts strengthens bones
    hormonal control of calcium

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