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BIO271H1 2014 SECTION 2 NOTES (Lectures 7-10).pdf

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All respiratory organs have to be thin and moist. Two major animal lineages have colonized terrestrial habitats: arthropods: crustaceans, chelicerates,
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BIO271H1 Study Guide - Integrative Thinking

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13 Dec 2013
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This session consists of our discussion of integrative thinking. Please write down or draw a diagram of the method that you use to make very important
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BIO271 - Circulatory Section.docx

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Type method none none muscular contractions move h2o none muscular contractions move isf. Ciliated cells move isf and muscle contractions closed ciliat
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UTSGBIO271H1Christopher GarsideSpring

BIO271H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gas Exchange, Partial Pressure, Blood Pressure

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BIO271H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Axon Hillock, Purkinje Cell, Motor Neuron

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UTSGBIO271H1Chris GarsideWinter

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26 Sep 2014
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UTSGBIO271H1Kenneth YipWinter

BIO271H1 Study Guide - Countercurrent Exchange, Hemolymph, Cephalochordate

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25 Nov 2012
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UTSGBIO271H1Kenneth YipWinter

BIO271 - Respiration Section.docx

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12 Apr 2012
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Respiration exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the external environment and the mitochondria. Mitochondrial respiration: production of atp t
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UTSGBIO271H1Christopher GarsideWinter

BIO271H1 2014 MIDTERM NOTES - section 1 (Lectures 1-6).pdf

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13 Apr 2014
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Lecture 1: organization of the nervous system. Cns : brain and spinal cord. Pns : nerves innovating tissues of the body. Hippocampus: responsible for e
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BIO120H1 Final: BIO120H1 Final Review 3

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BIO120H1 Exam Solutions Fall 2018: Adaptive Radiation, Histocompatibility, Eye Color

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BIO120H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Richard Lewontin, Quantitative Genetics, Coevolution

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BIO120H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hemimetabolism, Reduviidae, Impatiens

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BIO130H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cycloheximide, Chloroplast Dna, Metabolome

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BIO130H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Rna Polymerase Ii, Cleavage And Polyadenylation Specificity Factor, Viral Vector

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The following statements describe different aspects of mrna processing and maturation in the nucleus of eukaryotic cells. A plausible explanation for t
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BIO130H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Horizontal Gene Transfer, Bacteria, Gene Duplication

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UTSGBIO120H1Spencer BarrettFall

BIO120H1 Final: BIO120H1 Final Review Questions 1

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BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Pearson Education, August Krogh, Evolutionary Physiology

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12 Feb 2013
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Labs do not really correlate with what we"re doing in the lectures at that time. This lecture will introduce you to my section of the course. We will s
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UTSGBIO271H1Chris GarsideWinter

BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Standard Error, Standard Deviation, Scientific Notation

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What is a figure: figures includes graphs, photos and tables; tables are not figures, most of the data will be presented in tables or figures. Construc
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UTSGBIO271H1Chris GarsideWinter

BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Fetal Hemoglobin, Red Blood Cell, Carbonic Anhydrase

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Hemoglobins: found mainly in vertebrates, composed of a globin protein and a heme molecule which has a porphyrin ring structure complexed to an iron. I
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BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Buccal Pumping, Agnatha, Fick'S Laws Of Diffusion

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8 Mar 2016
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More advanced organisms use the circulatory to deliver bulk flow to the different tissues in the body (if you live in water) if in air, the o2 has to d
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BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Atrioventricular Node, Coronary Circulation, Circulatory System

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24 Mar 2016
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In the body cavity, there are ciliated flame cells that are actually part of an excretory system and they help move fluid by bulk flow around the gastr
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BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Periplaneta, Cockroach, Repeated Measures Design

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22 Jan 2013
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Electrophysiological recording of conduction velocity and sensory: the results section is important, it is often where a researcher starts reading, use
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BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Potassium Channel, Autonomic Nervous System, Axon Hillock

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8 Mar 2016
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Lecture 1 (january 13, 2016): structure and function of neurons, resting. Basal tone (somatic: low level of activity maintained at all times, rapid eff
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UTSGBIO271H1Christopher GarsideWinter

BIO271 2014 Lecture 6.pdf

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5 Apr 2014
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Diffusion through water or air. Start ventilating bulk flow. Sponges and cnidarian move the external medium (seawater) by bulk flow through an internal
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BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Internal Intercostal Muscles, Negative Feedback, Paracrine Signalling

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10 Mar 2016
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Respiratory organs are typically thin with a large sa and must be kept moist. Two animal lineages that colonized terrestrial habitats: arthropods. Syst
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BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Sodium Channel, Electrophysiology, Outsideinside

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BIO271H1 Study Guide - Prudential Securities, Federal Home Loan Banks, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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