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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

[CSB332H1] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (18 pages long)

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6 Feb 2017
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Neurons communicate/encode information using electrical signals: difference in charge across the membrane - ions can"t get through phospholipid bilayer
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Study Guide - Winter 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Neuron, Wireless Access Point, Protein

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12 Oct 2018
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Cumulative effects of stress: acutely (hours), low to moderate physiological levels of adrenal steroids enhance synaptic function and certain types of
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Neuron, Wireless Access Point, Protein

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19 Nov 2018
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Cumulative effects of stress: acutely (hours), low to moderate physiological levels of adrenal steroids enhance synaptic function and certain types of
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ligand-Gated Ion Channel, Tetrodotoxin, Electromotive Force

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26 Feb 2014
50
Synapse is made up of: presynaptic element. Contains synaptic vesicles, which house neurotransmitter that is released after vesicle fusion with the pla
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Excitotoxicity, Inferior Parietal Lobule, Brainstem

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27 Apr 2014
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UTSGCSB332H1Melanie WoodinWinter

CSB332H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Taste Bud, Olfactory System, Olfactory Tract

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17 Aug 2012
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Csb332h1s l20 (no l19, prof took up test instead); march. 28, 2012. Ca influx opens cl channel cl leaves more depolarization. Olfaction depends upon ch
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UTSGCSB332H1unknowWinter

CSB332 Mid-Term WRITTEN ANSWER KEY 2011 REVISED.doc

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4 Apr 2012
219
Csb 332 neurobiology of the synapse summer 2011 dr. forder. : (total of 6 marks: when describing neuronal fine tuning, the term hebbian. Labeling secti
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UTSGCSB332H1Dr.Taryn GriederWinter

CSB332H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Neuromuscular Junction, Exocytosis, Hydrolysis

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19 Apr 2016
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Squid Giant Synapse, Stellate Ganglion, Synaptic Vesicle

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26 Feb 2013
61
Release of neurotransmitter stimulus: depolarization of the nerve terminal. Release occurs as a result of ca entry into the terminal through voltage-ac
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Limbic System, Midbrain Tectum, Neuroglia

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9 Dec 2013
39
Postsynaptic potentials (end plate potentials [eep], epsp and ipsp) are produced by changes in the conductance of postsynaptic receptors (ionotropic re
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UTSGMIE231H1Beno BenhabibFall

MIE231H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Industrial Engineering, Binomial Distribution, Normal Distribution

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UTSGMIE231H1Beno BenhabibFall

MIE231H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gamma Distribution, Normal Distribution, Estimation Theory

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18 Sep
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UTSGMIE231H1Beno BenhabibFall

MIE231H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Industrial Engineering, Confidence Interval, Lawn Mower

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UTSGMIE231H1Beno BenhabibFall

MIE231H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sample Space, Industrial Engineering, Binomial Distribution

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18 Sep
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UTSGMIE231H1Beno BenhabibFall

MIE231H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Confidence Interval, Sample Size Determination, Industrial Engineering

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UTSGMIE231H1Beno BenhabibFall

MIE231H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Geometric Probability, Random Variable, Sample Space

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UTSGMIE231H1Beno BenhabibFall

MIE231H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Exponential Distribution, Industrial Engineering

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UTSGMAT237Y1John BlandFall

MAT237Y1 Final: Notes1

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14 Sep
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UTSGMAT237Y1John BlandFall

MAT237Y1 Final: Notes8

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UTSGMAT237Y1John BlandFall

MAT237Y1 Final: Notes7

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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture 1: CJH332: Lecture 1

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14 Jan 2017
8
Different stressors can produce effects on many parts of the body. Acth hits adrenal medulla which reacts to release other hormones which are involved
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lipid Raft, Lipid Bilayer, Resting Potential

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14 Jan 2017
9
Neurons communicate/encode information using electrical signals: difference in charge across the membrane - ions can"t get through phospholipid bilayer
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Resting Potential, Reversal Potential, Axoplasm

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23 Jan 2017
3
When using nerst it is easier to simplify the rt/zf into one term and the [k]o/[ki] into one term and then solve. When the neuron is not ring it is neg
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UTSGCSB332H1T.GreiderWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Electrical Synapse, Organelle, Connexon

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1 Feb 2015
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potential, G Protein–Coupled Receptor, Sk Channel

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14 Mar 2014
56
These three conditions reflect hyperactivation of different regions of the brain. Hyperactivation results in dramatic increase in the release of neurot
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Cholera Toxin, Middle Cerebral Artery, Sprouting

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14 May 2018
0
Neurons that resprout are likely to regain functional connectivity (survive) If the second color is taken up to the cell body; but was not taken up dur
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Dopaminergic Cell Groups, Lentivirus, Channelrhodopsin

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14 May 2018
0
Turning the electron back on animal would return to the same area it received the stimulus. Electrophysiology allows us to study different techniques,
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Aplysia Gill And Siphon Withdrawal Reflex, Supplementary Motor Area, Primary Motor Cortex

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22 Mar 2013
26
Explicit memory information that you can recall. Implicit memory can"t really tell another person using in a narrative form but you can show through se
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Spin–Lattice Relaxation, Excitatory Synapse, Postsynaptic Density

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16 Jan 2014
48
Synapse is something that interconnects two objects. Only some subpopulations of neurons are able to be stained where the reaction takes place, so he w
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Middle Cerebral Artery, Internal Carotid Artery, Arterial Tree

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14 May 2018
0
Lecture 15(b): stress & stroke: the duration the blood flow is cut off to an area of the brain determines severity of damage, intracerebral blood flow
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Cytosol, C-Terminus, Choline Acetyltransferase

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23 Mar 2013
27
Axon terminal depolarization and release. Chapter 13 243- 248; 250- 252; 255- 256. Chapter 13 release of neurotransmitters. Stimulus to release nt is t
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UTSGCSB332H1Melanie WoodinWinter

Chapter 4

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14 Jan 2012
20
Permeability & concentration determine channel conductance: 2 types of electrical signals in nerve cells: Action pots (propagated along entire neuronal
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UTSGCSB332H1Melanie WoodinWinter

CSB332H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11-12: Chemical Synapse

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1 Feb 2012
27
Csb332h1s ch. 11: direct chemical transmission via ionotropic recs. Electrical transmission at synapses specialized for very fast reflex responses & in
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UTSGCSB332H1Melanie WoodinWinter

Chapter 6 Notes

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17 Jan 2012
16
Ionic basis of the resting potential: at rest neuron (-) wrt outside, high k inside, low na & cl inside grads. Membrane pot stops them from moving w co
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UTSGCSB332H1Melanie WoodinWinter

Chapter 5 (only required sections relating to lecture)

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14 Jan 2012
19
5 reading (only required to read what is covered in lecture: neurons perform wide repertoire of bhvr, site-directed mutagenesis. Experimental advances:
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UTSGCSB332H1Melanie WoodinWinter

Chapter 7 notes

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18 Jan 2012
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lipid Raft, Lipid Bilayer, Resting Potential

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Neurons communicate/encode information using electrical signals: difference in charge across the membrane - ions can"t get through phospholipid bilayer
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

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OC76801418 Page
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Neurons communicate/encode information using electrical signals: difference in charge across the membrane - ions can"t get through phospholipid bilayer
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UTSGCSB332H1unknowWinter

CSB332 Mid-Term WRITTEN ANSWER KEY 2011 REVISED.doc

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Csb 332 neurobiology of the synapse summer 2011 dr. forder. : (total of 6 marks: when describing neuronal fine tuning, the term hebbian. Labeling secti
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ligand-Gated Ion Channel, Tetrodotoxin, Electromotive Force

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Synapse is made up of: presynaptic element. Contains synaptic vesicles, which house neurotransmitter that is released after vesicle fusion with the pla
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Resting Potential, Reversal Potential, Axoplasm

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When using nerst it is easier to simplify the rt/zf into one term and the [k]o/[ki] into one term and then solve. When the neuron is not ring it is neg
View Document
UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Limbic System, Midbrain Tectum, Neuroglia

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Postsynaptic potentials (end plate potentials [eep], epsp and ipsp) are produced by changes in the conductance of postsynaptic receptors (ionotropic re
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UTSGCSB332H1Dr.Taryn GriederWinter

CSB332H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Neuromuscular Junction, Exocytosis, Hydrolysis

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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Excitotoxicity, Inferior Parietal Lobule, Brainstem

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27 Apr 2014
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Tetraodontidae, Tetrodotoxin, Invertebrate

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27 Jan 2013
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The protein spans the membrane, with a central water-filled pore open to both the intracellular and extracellular spaces. On each side of the membrane,
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Neuron, Wireless Access Point, Protein

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Cumulative effects of stress: acutely (hours), low to moderate physiological levels of adrenal steroids enhance synaptic function and certain types of
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

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Cumulative effects of stress: acutely (hours), low to moderate physiological levels of adrenal steroids enhance synaptic function and certain types of
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UTSGCSB332H1Melanie WoodinFall

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Ion, Second Messenger System, Ligand-Gated Ion Channel

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Lecture 14 (march 17): synaptic plasticity and learning. Habituation gated ca channels stimulus many times decline in response: apply high frequency st
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CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Adipose Tissue, Umbilical Cord, Cell Potency

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What is known : neuronal stem cells migrate to damaged areas, however they are not incorporated to form new neuronal networks, acute stroke, and long t
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CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Neurofibrillary Tangle, Nucleus Basalis Of Meynert, Spatial Disorientation

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In the distant path, our genome was invaded with a virus that left remnants of itself within our. Experiment #1: when arc gene is introduced into bacte
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CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Psen1, Presenilin, Passive Immunity

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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Cholera Toxin, Middle Cerebral Artery, Sprouting

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Neurons that resprout are likely to regain functional connectivity (survive) If the second color is taken up to the cell body; but was not taken up dur
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Dopaminergic Cell Groups, Lentivirus, Channelrhodopsin

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14 May 2018
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Turning the electron back on animal would return to the same area it received the stimulus. Electrophysiology allows us to study different techniques,
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UTSGCSB332H1William JuWinter

CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Vesicular Monoamine Transporter 2, Glutamic Acid, Dopamine Transporter

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Cre-recombinase promotor can be specific or general. Specific promotors can be synthesized to drive expression in specific cell types: targeting dopami
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CSB332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Image Stabilization, Confocal Microscopy, Barrel Cortex

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