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UWKIN 155Michael Barnett- CowanFall

KIN 155 Study Guide - Final Guide: Resting Potential, Axon Hillock, Electromyography

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18 Dec 2015
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KIN 155 Study Guide - Final Guide: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Agonist, Neuromuscular Junction

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24 Oct 2014
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KIN 155 Study Guide - Differential Interference Contrast Microscopy, Scanning Electron Microscope, Two-Dimensional Gel Electrophoresis

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5 Aug 2012
Brightfield microscopy basic form inexpensive and easy for color and fixed specimen and not for living species. Phase-contrast microscopy phase plate g
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UWKIN 155Fran AllardWinter

Midterm Three Practice for MT3

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16 Oct 2011
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UWKIN 155Fran AllardWinter

KIN 155 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Central Pattern Generator, Intrafusal Muscle Fiber, Basal Ganglia

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16 Oct 2011
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UWKIN 155Fran AllardFall

KIN 155 Study Guide - Final Guide: Golgi Tendon Organ, Stretch Reflex, Mental Chronometry

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17 Dec 2015
Monosynaptic stretch reflex: 1 synapse, about 50 ms. Polysynaptic stretch reflex and phase-dependent modulation: not on the exam. Principle of inverse
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UWKIN 155Michael Barnett- CowanFall

KIN 155 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mental Chronometry, Explicit Memory, Central Sulcus

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17 Dec 2015
Need to know monosynaptic reflex takes about 50ms but that"s about it. Lecture 2: 2 key terms: general anatomy of a neuron. Lecture 3: lab component (l
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UWKIN 155Michael Barnett- CowanFall

KIN 155 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Resting Potential, Sodium Channel, Stimulus Modality

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22 Oct 2016
Neurons are the communicators of the nervous system. There are 100 billion neurons within nervous system with 100 000 billion synapses. Glial cells are
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UWKIN 155Fran AllardFall

KIN 155 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Achilles Tendon, Gastrocnemius Muscle, Toe

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17 Jun 2016
Dorsiflexes ankle tibia and base of 1st metatarsals. Lateral and medial condyles of femur (gastrocnemius consists of lateral head and medial head which
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UWKIN 155Michael Barnett- CowanFall

KIN 155 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potential, Sliding Filament Theory, Axon Hillock

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30 Oct 2015
Efferent neuron: motor neuron (movement + muscle) bottom-up (data driven) input from neurons, output to muscle cells. Afferent neuron: sensory neurons,
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KIN406 Study Guide - Final Guide: Intermediate Value Theorem, Ibuprofen, 4Dx

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KIN121 Lecture 16: Kinetics Part 1

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31 Mar 2019
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KIN121 Lecture 14: Angular Impulse & Momentum

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31 Mar 2019
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KIN121 Lecture 10: Kinematics Angular and Linear Motion, Relative Joint Motion

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31 Mar 2019
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KIN121 Lecture 9: Kinematics

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31 Mar 2019
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KIN121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Radian, Jerky, Angular Velocity

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31 Mar 2019
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KIN121 Lecture 12: Moment of Inertia

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KIN121 Lecture 8: Kinematics 1 Projectile Motion

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KIN121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: List Of Flexors Of The Human Body, Angular Acceleration, Mass Distribution

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KIN121 Lecture 7: Anthropometrics

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UWKIN 155Michael Barnett- CowanFall

KIN 155 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Superadditivity, Psychophysics, Multisensory Integration

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13 Jan 2016
Aristotle illusion: crossing fingers = crossing reference frame for touch. Fleeting sensation of touching two noses rather than one. In somatosensory c
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UWKIN 155Michael Barnett- CowanFall

KIN 155 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sliding Filament Theory, Motor Unit, Extraocular Muscles

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23 Mar 2016
Action potential is all or nothing so it"s all the same. Depends on action potential and will look the same. If you want to modulate the information th
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UWKIN 155Michael Barnett- CowanFall

KIN 155 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Golgi Tendon Organ, Muscle Spindle, Axon Hillock

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23 Mar 2016
Proprioception sense of one"s body" position, orientation and forces. Touch sense of contact on skin (force, shape, texture etc) Somatosensory sense or
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UWKIN 155Michael Barnett- CowanFall

KIN 155 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Premotor Cortex, Emor, Sensory System

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30 Oct 2015
Every time the organism moves, it evokes change in the environment. Cause motion (motor commands) based on those changes. Integration of the sensory an
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UWKIN 155Fran AllardFall

KIN 155 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Lesion, Smooth Pursuit, Vergence

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24 Dec 2015
Optic nerve - big bundle of nerve fibers at the back of the eye. Optic nerve fibres project to two main systems: Go down to mid-brain, low level proces
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UWKIN 155Michael Barnett- CowanFall

KIN155 Lecture 14: Perception and Action

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12 Nov 2015
Optic nerve - big bundle of nerve fibers at the back of the eye. Optic nerve fibres project to two main systems: Go down to mid-brain, low level proces
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UWKIN 155Bill Mc IlroyFall

KIN 155 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Epsp Synthase, Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potential, Threshold Potential

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4 Apr 2016
Quiz due monday, more than one answer can be correct or incorrect!! William (bill) mcclory (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid:1) (cid
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UWKIN 155Fran AllardFall

KIN 155 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Action Potential, Motor Action F.C., Saccade

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16 Dec 2015
Not on exam monosynaptic, phase dependent modulation, degrees of freedom, inverse effectiveness, illusions. Today on learn all the questions (that are
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UWKIN 155Bill Mc IlroyFall

KIN 155 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Stimulus Modality, Mental Chronometry, Stretch Reflex

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4 Apr 2016
Grey matter - in the middle of spinal cord non-myelinated. Where dendrites, terminal boutons etc are placed. (cid:1) White matter surrounding the grey
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UWKIN 155Bill Mc IlroyFall

KIN 155 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Brainstem, Synaptic Plasticity, Synaptogenesis

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The idea that the brain can change. 30 years ago they said that the brain could not change. Your brain is in constant change: synapses and neurons are
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KIN155 Chapter pic: The Muscular System

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KIN 155 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Type Ia Sensory Fiber, Myelin, Pitching Machine

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Over 100k bil synapses < glial cells (nutrition and repair) motor neuron efferent! Sensory afferent interneuron most others; neuron to neuron. Neurotra
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KIN 155 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Golgi Tendon Organ, Muscle Spindle, Axon Hillock

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Every time the organism moves, it evokes change in the environment. Cause motion (motor commands) based on those changes. Integration of the sensory an
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UWKIN 155Fran AllardFall

KIN 155 Study Guide - Final Guide: Golgi Tendon Organ, Stretch Reflex, Mental Chronometry

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Monosynaptic stretch reflex: 1 synapse, about 50 ms. Polysynaptic stretch reflex and phase-dependent modulation: not on the exam. Principle of inverse
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