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BIOD27H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: United States Presidential Election, 2008, North American Free Trade Agreement, Clean Hands

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25 Feb 2013
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During the 2008 us presidential election campaign, then candidate (now president) When chris bovaird was young, his behaviour and his early formation w
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Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach 5th Ed. - Ch. 4

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26 Jun 2011
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= essential for biological processes to maintain life: w/o e, cells would not be able to:  animals extract the e contained in biomolecules through the
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UTSCBIOD27H3Michelle AartsFall

BIOD27H3 Study Guide - Endocrine System, Cortisol, Catecholamine

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18 Dec 2012
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Release hormones (=second messengers) in response to physiological stimuli. They produce corticosteroids such as cortisol, aldosterone, androgens as we
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BIOD27H3 Study Guide - Abdominopelvic Cavity, Extracellular Fluid, Fluid Compartments

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26 Jun 2011
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Chapter 3 notes: biological compartments = varied, some come are completely enclosed structured.  biochemical processes that would conflict w/ e/o are
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UTSCBIOD27H3Michelle AartsFall

BIOD27H3 Study Guide - Gastric Bypass Surgery, Anterior Pituitary, Amygdala

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18 Dec 2012
24
Is a hormone produced by the stomach ghrelin increases appetite and stimulates the release of growth hormone. Ghrelin is a hormone that is produced and
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UTSCBIOD27H3Michelle AartsFall

BIOD27H3 Study Guide - Vasoconstriction, Neurotrophin-3, Corpus Luteum

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18 Dec 2012
26
Regulate the differentiation and growth of both cns and pns. Ngf is one member of a family of neurotropins. The gene family of neurotropins includes ng
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Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach 5th Ed. - Ch. 1

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16 May 2011
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UTSCBIOD27H3Catherine NashFall

BIOD27H3 Study Guide - Endoplasmic Reticulum, Myocyte, Myosin Head

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27 Jun 2011
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Cardiac muscle: only found in the heart, moves blood through circulatory system, multiple levels of control, primary extrinsic control arises from auto
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UTSCBIOD27H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

Final Exam Study Guide

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5 Dec 2010
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Endocrine glands/cells = secrete chemical messengers directly into blood. Effect over time  sec, min, hour, day, week, month. Growth and development,
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UTSCBIOD27H3Michelle AartsFall

BIOD27H3 Study Guide - Insulin-Like Growth Factor 1 Receptor, Igfbp3, Insulin Receptor

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18 Dec 2012
27
Is a hormone with molecular structure similar to insulin. Plays imp role in childhood growth and continues to have anabolic effects in adults. 70 aa in
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BIOB11H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Diluent, Flight Controller

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UTSCBIOB34H3Jason BrownFall

BIOB34H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Toronto Zoo, Reactive Oxygen Species, Macromolecule

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BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Glucose Transporter, Neurotransmitter, Integral Membrane Protein

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BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Botulinum Toxin, Phagocytosis, Organelle

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BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Immunofluorescence, Glycoprotein, Photomultiplier

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UTSCBIOB50H3Rachel SturgeFall

BIOB50H3 Midterm: Practice Questions 1 Fall 2018

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UTSCBIOB50H3Rachel SturgeFall

BIOB50H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Competitive Exclusion Principle, Medieval Commune, Trophic Cascade

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UTSCBIOB50H3Rachel SturgeFall

BIOB50H3 Midterm: BIOB50 Fall 2018 PQ Answers

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UTSCBIOB50H3Rachel SturgeFall

BIOB50H3 Midterm: BIOB50 Practice Questions 2 Fall 2018

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UTSCBIOC13H3Jason BrownSummer

BIOC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Stereoisomerism, Hydrolysis, Ketone

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9 Jul 2019
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UTSCBIOD27H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

Textbook notes-Chapter 10-Sensory Physiology

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11 Aug 2010
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Include vision, hearing, smell, taste, equilibrium include touch, temperature, pressure, ph, pain/itch, proprioception (the awareness of body movement
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UTSCBIOD27H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

Textbook notes-Chapter 8 Neurons-Cellular and Network Properties

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11 Aug 2010
72
Chapter 8  neurons: cellular and network properties. Complex processes, such as consciousness, intelligence, emotion, that cannot be predicted from th
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UTSCBIOD27H3Catherine NashFall

BIOB30 Lecture 1

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14 Oct 2011
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How body adapts to changes in external and internal environment. Some of bernard"s discoveries: fat, glucose, skin temperature is controlled by mechani
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UTSCBIOD27H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

Textbook notes-Chapter 11-Efferent Division-Autonomic and Somatic Motor Control

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11 Aug 2010
41
Chapter 11- efferent division: autonomic and somatic motor control. It is subdivided into sympathetic and parasympathetic branches. N the autonomic ner
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UTSCBIOD27H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

Textbook notes-Chapter 9-The Central Nervous System

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11 Aug 2010
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Behaviours that have to do with feelings and emotions. The cns consists of the brain and the spinal cord. In the very early embryo, the cells that beco
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BIOD27H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Neural Coding, Adrenocorticotropic Hormone, Prolactin

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27 Jul 2010
32
There are three types of hormone interactions: synergism. Effects of combined hormones > the summed effects of individual hormones. E. g. epinephrine a
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UTSCBIOD27H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

BGYB30H3 Lecture 13 Notes Autonomic and Somatic Control-Oct 22

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11 Aug 2010
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The pinna and ear canal direct sound into the ear. Sound waves hit the tympanic membrane (ear drum) Malceus, incus, and stapes are bones in the middle
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UTSCBIOD27H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

BGYB30H3 Lecture 20 Notes-Nov 17

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11 Aug 2010
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UTSCBIOD27H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

Textbook notes-Chapter 6-Communication Integration and Homeostasis

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11 Aug 2010
35
N electrical signals ,70. ,3083,. 08202-7,30549039,070,8chemical signals are molecules secreted by cells into the ecf. Chemical signa
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UTSCBIOD27H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

Textbook notes-Chapter 7

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11 Aug 2010
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N hormones are chemical messengers secreted into the blood by specialized cells and are responsible for many long term functions of the body. N hormone
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Chapter 10 Study Guide

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27 Jul 2010
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328-342 role of the afferent division of the nervous system: provide us info about the environment outside and inside our bodies. 892:9,9:8:,
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Chapter 6 Study Guide

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27 Jul 2010
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BIOD27H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Facilitated Diffusion, Passive Transport, Dynamic Equilibrium

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27 Jun 2011
38
 to maintain homeostasis, the body uses mass balance. Equilibrium: homeostasis often refers to the stability of the extracellular fluid compartment (c
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Chapter 1 Study Guide

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27 Jul 2010
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Biome  entire community of organisms living in a major ecological region, such as the marine biome or the desert biome. Genome  all the genes in an o
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UTSCBIOD27H3A.EliaSummer

Chapter Notes for Chapter 1 of Human Physiology 5e

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24 Jun 2011
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To treat disease and injury appropriately, we have to understand the human body in its healthy state.  physiology: the study of normal functioning of
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BGYB30 Chapter 5 textbook notes

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18 Feb 2011
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The law of mass balance: if the amount of a substance in the body is to remain constant, any gain must be offset by an equal loss. Total amount (or loa
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Chapter Notes for Chapter 3 of Human Physiology 5e

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26 Jun 2011
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 advantages: compartments separate biochemical processes that might otherwise conflict with one another; barriers allow contents within compartments t
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Chapter 5 Study Guide

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27 Jul 2010
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BGYB30 chapter 8 textbook notes

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18 Feb 2011
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Chapter 8 neurons: cellular and network properties. Complex processes, such as consciousness, intelligence, cannot be predicted from the properties of
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UTSCBIOD27H3Catherine NashFall

BIOD27H3 Chapter Notes -Sarcomere, Titin, Nebulin

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29 Jun 2011
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BIOD27H3 Study Guide - Covalent Bond, Ionic Bonding, Atomic Mass

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Chemistry review: atoms: the building blocks of all matter, composed of 3 smaller particles:  neutrons: unchged: protons and neutrons account for most
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Textbook notes-Chapter 10-Sensory Physiology

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Chapter 8  neurons: cellular and network properties. Complex processes, such as consciousness, intelligence, emotion, that cannot be predicted from th
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BIOD27H3 Study Guide - Abdominopelvic Cavity, Extracellular Fluid, Fluid Compartments

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Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach 5th Ed. - Ch. 4

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Chapter 10 Study Guide

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Chapter 6 Study Guide

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