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They tend to decompose spontaneously into a more stable form by emitting energy or radiation in the form of subatomic particles. Figure 2-2.  C, The second energy level has 4 orbitals, one spherical (2s) and three that are dumbbell shaped and extend out at right angles to each other. 3. Electrons and orbitals a. Orbitals are the regions of space where electrons occur in constant motion around the atomic nucleus. They are defined as the three-dimensional space where the electron is found 90% of the time.

C. The control center receives information from the various sensors, integrates and processes the information, and determines the compensatory response to get back to the setpoint. d. The effectors implement the response, which is continued until the set point is again reached. 2. Examples of feedback systems a. Negative feedback mechanisms are those in which the information returned to the system (input) decreases the change (output) in order to get back to the appropriate setpoint. One example is the way in which the blood glucose is maintained at a relatively constant level of 90 to 110 mg/100 ml blood.

1) The light microscope is named for the light energy that provides the source of illumination. It consists of a condenser to focus rays of light on the specimen, a stage on which the specimen is placed, an ocular lens, and an objective lens. (2) Other microscopes used in the anatomy laboratory are the phase contrast, dark field, interference, polarizing, ultraviolet, and fluorescence microscopes. c. Ultrascopic anatomy studies cell ultrastructure by use of the electron microscope (EM). (1) In the transmission electron microscope (TEM), the light beam of the light microscope is replaced by a beam of electrons that passes through the specimen in order to produce an image on a screen.

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