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PSL201Y1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Robert E. Lee, Ion, Gastrointestinal Tract

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20 Nov 2018
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Hydrophilic head face the cytosol and the extracellular fluid. Cholesterol molecules interfere with hydrophobic interactions between phospholipid tails
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UTSGPSL201Y1Michelle FrenchFall

[PSL201Y1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (46 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2017
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Blood and immunity 3: innate immunity (textbook: pages 668-681) What is the role of the immune system: 1. What are the components of the immune system:
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PSL201Y1 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Robert E. Lee, Ion, Gastrointestinal Tract

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12 Oct 2018
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Hydrophilic head face the cytosol and the extracellular fluid. Cholesterol molecules interfere with hydrophobic interactions between phospholipid tails
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PSL201Y1 Study Guide - Mammary Gland, Anterior Pituitary, Adrenal Medulla

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26 Apr 2013
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiFall

PSL201Y1 Study Guide - Eosinophil, Sympathetic Nervous System, Genetic Disorder

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12 Dec 2012
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Plasma: liquid portion of blood; it transports proteins, hormones, electrolytes, organic nutrients, and waste products. Erythrocytes: the cellular comp
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UTSGPSL201Y1Anthony LamFall

Lecture 3: Hormones General overview of hormones (peptide, steroid, and amide). Includes information on each type, examples and more general hormone information.

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16 Oct 2011
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Hormones are classified into three subsets: peptide, steroid and amine. Peptide hormones are made of 3 amino acids or more, and make up most hormones.
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UTSGPSL201Y1Helen MiliotisFall

PSL201Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pupillary Response, Sympathetic Nervous System, Autonomic Nervous System

Jenny Jing37 Page
6 Sep 2018
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Primary function is to regulate organs to maintain homeostasis. Parasympathetic and sympathetic activities tend to oppose each other. Synapses between
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UTSGPSL201Y1Michelle FrenchWinter

PSL201 - Respiration.docx

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21 Apr 2012
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Exchange of oxygen and co2 in mixtures gases diffuse down their partial pressure gradient. Exchange of gases occur continuously between alveolar air an
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UTSGPSL201Y1Doug Mac KayFall

study notes for lecture five: adrenal gland

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8 Mar 2011
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::all came from the same precursor gene (pomc  gives acth and upon splicing, can give multiple forms of the hormone) \there is an inner layer = adren
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UTSGPSL201Y1Doug Mac KayFall

study notes for lecture one: membrane transport

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8 Mar 2011
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UTSGLIN101H1Peter JurgecFall

LIN101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Austronesian Languages, Reduplication, Glossary Of Ancient Roman Religion

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15 Nov 2019
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UTSGECO101H1Kripa FreitasFall

ECO101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Intelligence Quotient

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13 Nov 2019
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UTSGECO101H1Kripa FreitasFall

ECO101H1 Lecture 6: TUT06

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13 Nov 2019
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UTSGECO101H1Kripa FreitasFall

ECO101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Marginal Cost, Business Process, Opportunity Cost

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13 Nov 2019
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UTSGRSM230H1Laurence BoothWinter

RSM230H1 Midterm: important questions summary

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22 Oct 2019
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UTSGECO101H1Kripa FreitasFall

ECO101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Language Isolate, Phoneme, Sorus

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21 Oct 2019
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UTSGMAT137Y1Liu JiaqiFall

MAT137Y1 Lecture 10: 2019.09.27 LEC10

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21 Oct 2019
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UTSGMAT137Y1Liu JiaqiFall

MAT137Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Gnu Compiler Collection

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21 Oct 2019
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UTSGRSM260H1XianFall

RSM260H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Organizational Commitment, Absenteeism, Stereotype

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9 Oct 2019
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UTSGRSM324H1Matthew RomanFall

RSM324H1 Lecture 4: RSM324 - T4 (Oct 7)

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10 Oct 2019
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UTSGPSL201Y1Michelle FrenchFall

PSL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Electrochemical Gradient, Fluid Compartments, Extracellular Fluid

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27 Oct 2016
11
Bod(cid:455)"s (cid:272)ells are(cid:374)"t (cid:272)apa(cid:271)le to e(cid:454)(cid:272)ha(cid:374)ge (cid:373)aterials dire(cid:272)tl(cid:455) (cid
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UTSGPSL201Y1Michelle FrenchFall

PSL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Central Pattern Generator, Cpg Site, Flat Feet

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10 Nov 2011
42
Drive corresponding motor neurons on swing & Reflex loops operating on them especially. Stretch flexes, cutaneous reflexes (extensive thrust reinform a
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UTSGPSL201Y1Christopher PerumallaWinter

PSL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Supraoptic Nucleus, Growth Hormone–Releasing Hormone, Paraventricular Nucleus Of Hypothalamus

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29 Nov 2011
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UTSGPSL201Y1Michelle FrenchFall

Lecture 18 - Basal Ganglia & Cerebellum

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10 Dec 2011
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Basal ganglia & cerebellum: not directly involved in programming apparatus of motor system to initate a movement) to premotor centers. Basal ganglia: r
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UTSGPSL201Y1AllSummer

PSL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sodium Chloride, Epithelium, Passive Transport

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22 Aug 2018
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Hydrophilic head face the cytosol and the extracellular fluid. Cholesterol molecules interfere with hydrophobic interactions between phospholipid tails
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UTSGPSL201Y1Christopher PerumallaSummer

PSL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Vasospasm, Von Willebrand Factor, Extracellular Fluid

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20 Apr 2012
38
For bleeding to occur from a blood vessel, two things need to happen. Firstly, there needs to be damage done to the blood vessel. The second thing that
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UTSGPSL201Y1Michelle FrenchFall

PSL201Y1 Lecture 16: PSL201 Week 16 Reading Notes

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4 Dec 2017
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Psl201 lecture 16 reading notes; cardiovascular physiology 6. Blood pressure is determined by cardiac and vascular effectors. Blood pressure (mmhg)= ca
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UTSGPSL201Y1Christopher PerumallaSummer

PSL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Zona Fasciculata, Zona Reticularis, Zona Glomerulosa

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20 Apr 2012
17
The adrenal glands are pair structures that sit above each kidney. Both the adrenal glands and the kidneys are located in a potential space called the
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UTSGPSL201Y1Michelle FrenchFall

PSL201Y1 Lecture 15: Blood & Immunity 2

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29 Dec 2016
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Blood and immunity 2: blood clotting (textbook: pages 441-445) Case study: dilan has hemophilia a; he is regularly infused with blood clotting factor v
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UTSGPSL201Y1Michelle FrenchFall

PSL201Y1 Lecture 2: PSL201 Week 2 Reading Notes

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27 Oct 2016
10
Every minute of every day, huge networks of nerve cells throughout the body fire off messages. Some nerve cells send messages from the nervous system t
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiWinter

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Baroreceptor, Capillary Pressure, Microvillus

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29 Mar 2013
45
Kidneys filter blood, and produce urine (fluid that is eliminated from the body). Urine contains metabolic by-products and other substances properly de
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiFall

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Sodium-Potassium Alloy, Electrochemical Gradient, Active Transport

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6 Nov 2012
40
Central nervous system (cns): consists of the brain and spinal cord. Receives and processes information from sensory organs and the viscera to determin
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UTSGPSL201Y1Christine WongFall

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Bone Marrow, Carbonic Anhydrase, Pernicious Anemia

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13 Jan 2017
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15. 1 overview of the composition of blood: the hematocrit. Normal volume of blood in healthy adult = 5. 5l: 3l plasma, 2. 5l erythrocytes, leukocytes
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiFall

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Catechol, Tetrahydrocannabinol, Enteric Nervous System

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6 Nov 2012
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Electrical synapses: operate by allowing electrical signals to be transmitted from one neuron to another through gap junctions. Chemical synapses: oper
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UTSGPSL201Y1Michelle FrenchFall

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -C3B, Exocytosis, Red Blood Cell

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15 Jan 2013
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Lecture 3 innate immunity (text book and lecture notes complied) (black-textbook and red- lecture notes added) Mast cells: found in skin and mucosal ep
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UTSGPSL201Y1Christine WongFall

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Axon Terminal, Signal Transduction, Electrochemical Gradient

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27 Oct 2016
2
Electrical synapses allow electrical signals to be transmitted from one neuron to another through gap junctions. Exist between neurons, or between a ne
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UTSGPSL201Y1allWinter

Chapter 18.docx

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19 Jun 2013
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By regulating the plasma composition the kidneys ultimately control the volume and composition of all the body"s fluids. Secondary kidney functions inc
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiWinter

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate, Hormone Response Element, Mast Cell

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29 Mar 2013
29
Gap junctions link adjacent cells and arm formed by plasma membrane proteins, called connexins that form. The movement of ions through gap junctions el
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiWinter

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Pulmonary Circulation, Thoracic Vertebrae, Intrapleural Pressure

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29 Mar 2013
30
Internal respiration (cellular respiration): refers to the use of oxygen within mitochondria to generate atp by oxidative phosphorylation, and the prod
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiWinter

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Collagen, Portal Vein, Catecholamine

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29 Mar 2013
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Secondary endocrine organs: secretion of hormones is secondary to some other function. Primary endocrine organs are located outside the nervous system
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PSL201Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Internal Intercostal Muscles, Obstructive Lung Disease, External Intercostal Muscles

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Inspiration occurs as the external intercostal muscles and the diaphragm contract. During quiet expiration: the inspiratory muscles relax, causing the
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PSL201Y1 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Robert E. Lee, Ion, Gastrointestinal Tract

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PSL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Supraoptic Nucleus, Growth Hormone–Releasing Hormone, Paraventricular Nucleus Of Hypothalamus

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PSL201Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Vas Deferens, Scrotum, Anatomical Terms Of Location

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PSL201Y1 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Robert E. Lee, Ion, Gastrointestinal Tract

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PSL201Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cardiac Arrhythmia, Resting Potential, Axon Hillock

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PSL201Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Tricuspid Valve, Cardiac Muscle Cell, Artificial Cardiac Pacemaker

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PSL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potential, Saltatory Conduction, Reuptake

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Consists of the brain and the spinal cord. Receives and processes information from sensory organ and the viscera. To determine state of the external (s
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PSL201Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Collecting Duct System, Pancreatic Islets, Zygote

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Gap junctions are formed by connexins and link adjacent cells together. Connexins form connexons which allow ions and small molecules to pass directly
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