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Bio361-signal transduction + nervous system

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BIOL 361 Final: cardiac muscles learning objectives

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Bio361-action potentials and diversity of AP shape.pdf

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Diversity of apshape-3distinct functions of neurons-receive+integrate incoming signals,conduct signals thru cell+transmit signals to other cells. +spin
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UBCBIOL 361AllFall

BIOL 361 Study Guide - Paracrine Signalling, Arginine, Signal Peptide

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BIOL 361 Midterm: BIOL361 M2.PDF

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UBCBIOL 361AllFall

BIOL 361 Study Guide - Vasodilation, Autophosphorylation, Growth Factor

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Ras protein->ras protein bind+hydrolyze gtp->function as switches by cycling btw the active state(gtp=bound) and the inactive state(gdp=bound)-catalyze
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BIOL 155 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hepatic Portal System, Distal Convoluted Tubule, Venule

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The mark value for each question is posted in the margin. Compare and contrast facilitated diffusion and secondary active transport. Provide an example
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UBCBIOL 112AllFall

BIOL 112 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Membrane Transport Protein, Membrane Transport, Unicellular Organism

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Practice qs for the topics that will be tested on midterm 1. This document contains some questions that you can practice on. The questions are grouped
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BIOL 112 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Amphiphile, Catabolism, Lipopolysaccharide

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BIOL 112 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Genetic Code, Isoprene, Glycerol

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BIOL 112 Study Guide - Final Guide: Oxidative Phosphorylation, Chemiosmosis, Cellular Respiration

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BIOL 112 Study Guide - Final Guide: Chemotroph, Anaerobic Organism, Bacteriorhodopsin

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BIOL 155 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Chordae Tendineae, Cardiac Muscle Cell, Papillary Muscle

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BIOL 112 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate, Lipid Bilayer, Phospholipid

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Biol 112 questions for midterm (with answers at the end: 100 bacterial cells are on leaf in the forest and grow for five doublings (cell divisions). Af
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BIOL 155 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ouabain, Membrane Potential, Hydrophile

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Ouabain is a chemical that inhibits the sodium-potassium pump in cell membranes. Yes, the na-k-atpase is responsible for setting up the k+ and na+ grad
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UBCBIOL 112AllFall

BIOL 112 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dna Replication, Chemiosmosis, Cell Membrane

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Biol 112 practice final december 2012: which of the following statements is true with respect to the metabolic process termed. Biol 112 practice final
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BIOL 361 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Electrochemical Gradient, Nernst Equation, Reference Electrode

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Na+/k+ atp pump: per each atp: pumps out 3 na, pumps 2 k+ in, creates electrochemical gradient. Electrogenic: results in a net movement of either posit
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BIOL 361 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Resting Potential, Axon Hillock, Electrochemical Gradient

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What are the phases of a typical ap? figure 5. 12 p. 168. Depolarization phase: membrane potential at axon hillock reaches threshold (as a result of su
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BIOL 361 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Second Messenger System, Potassium Channel, Cytoskeleton

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Ion channels are membrane proteins that form pores for specific ions to pass when the channel is open. The channels are specific to one or sometimes tw
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BIOL 361 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Resting Potential, Axon Hillock, Electrochemical Gradient

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BIOL 361 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Electrochemical Gradient, Nernst Equation, Reference Electrode

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Na+/k+ atp pump: per each atp: pumps out 3 na, pumps 2 k+ in, creates electrochemical gradient. Electrogenic: results in a net movement of either posit
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BIOL 361 Lecture 1: Lecture one bio 361 notes

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Predict if and how a molecule will cross a cell membrane, considering the properties of both the membrane and the molecule: Cell membrane properties: m
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BIOL 361 Final: skeletal muscle learning objectives

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