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CSB343H1 Lecture 3: LECTURE 3

CSB343 LECTURE 3 Uses of Energy by an Animal 3 key areas of metabolic consumption o Biosynthesis o Chemical work o Mechanical work ENERGY PRODUCTION Substrates (glucose, fatty acids etc.) are broken down into CO2 and H2O t...

Cell and Systems Biology
CSB343H1
David Hogg
CSB343H1 Lecture 6: Lecture 6

CSB343 Lecture 6: Heat and Temperature Heat and Temperature Heat (thermal energy) is an extensive quantity o It is energy with units J or cal (1 cal = 4.186J) Temperature is an intensive quantity o It is a measure of atomi...

Cell and Systems Biology
CSB343H1
David Hogg
CSB343H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Membrane Fluidity, Autonomic Nervous System, Ph

CSB343 Lecture 7: Cardiorespiratory Mechanisms of Heat Exchange Heat Modulates Membrane fluidity o Different types of phospholipids and cholesterol that can influence the rigidity Protein function o Heat can result in an i...

Cell and Systems Biology
CSB343H1
David Hogg
CSB343H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Neuromuscular Junction, Efferent Nerve Fiber, Chemical Synapse

CSB343 LECTURE 4 SKELETAL MUSCLE ORGANIZATION 3 layers of connective tissue that is surrounding it Endomysium surrounds each individual muscle fibre Perimysium surrounds a bunch of muscle fibers that come together to make ...

Cell and Systems Biology
CSB343H1
David Hogg
CSB343H1 Lecture 8: Lecture 8

CSB343 Lecture 8: Neural Mechanisms of Thermoregulation, Adaptations to Cold, Hibernation and Mechanisms of Hypometabolism Rat Brain Different areas of the brain that are involved in thermoregulation Internal temperature a...

Cell and Systems Biology
CSB343H1
David Hogg
HMB302H1 Midterm: Bell Ringer 2 Chart

NAMECLASSIFICATION KEY ID LOCATION PICTURE Lymph Nodule Primary Lymph Nodule: Found all throughout uniform in colour the body along major Secondary Lymph Nodule: 2 lymphatic vessels; distinct colours (primary nodule neck, ...

Human Biology
HMB302H1
Ron Wilson
HMB302H1 Midterm: LABORATORY CHART

HMB302 LABORATORY CHART NAMECLASSIFICATION KEY ID LOCATION PICTURE Columnar Epithelium - Cell height is greater - Form secretory and than the width absorptive epithelia, - Nucleus is usually near found in the digestive the...

Human Biology
HMB302H1
Ron Wilson
HMB302H1 Lecture 8: Lecture 8

Lecture 8: Respiratory System Respiratory System Composed of lungs and a sequence of airways leading to the external environment, functions in providing oxygen and eliminating carbon dioxide from the cells of the body Subd...

Human Biology
HMB302H1
Ron Wilson
HMB302H1 Lecture 3: Lecture 3

find more resources at oneclass.com HMB302 Lecture 3: Muscle and Nerve Tissue, and Blood Muscle Tissue Responsible for the movement of the body (locomotion) Muscle tissue has specialized cells with two pr...

Human Biology
HMB302H1
Ron Wilson
HMB302H1 Lecture 5: Lecture 5

HMB302 Lecture 5: Lymphatic System Introduction: Lymphatic System Responsible for the immunological defense of the body: o Selfnon-self-recognition o Protection from foreign invader (antigens) o Handles by B-cells, T Cells...

Human Biology
HMB302H1
Ron Wilson
HMB302H1 Lecture 1: Lecture 1

HMB302 Lecture 1: Epithelial Tissue Classification What is a Cell? The smallest unit of life that will react to an environmental perturbation o Fundamental unit of Life Each cell is unique o All the cells in the body react...

Human Biology
HMB302H1
Ron Wilson
HMB302H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Tunica Externa, Loose Connective Tissue, Pulmonary Vein

find more resources at oneclass.com HMB302 Lecture 4: Circulatory System Circulatory System Composed of two separate, but related components: o Cardiovascular system which carries blood in both di...

Human Biology
HMB302H1
Ron Wilson
HMB302H1 Lecture 7: Lecture 7

find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 7: Liver and Gall Bladder The Liver Largest gland in the body (1500 g) Located in the upper right-hand quadrant of the abdominal cavity, just inferior to the di...

Human Biology
HMB302H1
Ron Wilson
HMB302H1 Lecture 6: Lecture 6

Lecture 6: Digestive System Digestive System Also known as the alimentary canal continuum of the oral cavity A very long tube where food is churned, liquefied and digested nutritional elements and water are absorbed and in...

Human Biology
HMB302H1
Ron Wilson
IMM340H1 Lecture 10: Lecture 10

IMM340 Lecture 10: Cytokines and Chemokines General Properties of Cytokines and Chemokines Cytokines are small proteins of less than 30 kDa that mediate the effector functions of the immune system and allow cell communicat...

Immunology
IMM340H1
Liliana Clemenza

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