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UTSGPSL300H1Sandeep Dhillon Fall

PSL300H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Pituitary Gland, Hypothalamus, Hormone

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Homeostasis: the process of maintaining a constant internal environment despite. Local signalling: molecule released by cell that acts on itself, molec
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UTSGPSL300H1Michelle FrenchFall

PSL300H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 86 pages long!)

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Homeostasis: keeping the internal environment stable, in spite of changing external conditions. External conditions influence internal homeostasis: bod
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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeFall

PSL300H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Hypothalamus, Vasodilation, Protein

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Positive feedback (stimulus response response increases stimulus e. g. cervical stretch) Cervical stretch oxytocin from posterior pituitary more contra
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UTSGPSL300H1Hae- Young KeeFall

[PSL300H1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (88 pages long!)

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K, na and cl with their relatively permeability (remember that k is the major player at rest. = has the greatest permeability whereas na and cl have lo
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UTSGPSL300H1Alison BuchanFall

[PSL300H1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (168 pages long!)

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Online quizzes on blackboard - only up for 3 days (3, 1% each) Tutorials - sign up on blackboard (online, sept 17) Science of how we stay alive and hea
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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeSummer

PSL300H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Pituitary Gland, Hypothalamus, Endocrine System

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UTSGPSL300H1Alison BuchanWinter

[PSL300H1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (274 pages long!)

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The central nervous system (cns) is the brain and the spinal cord. Neurons outside the cns make up the peripheral nervous system. The peripheral nervou
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UTSGPSL300H1William JuSummer

[PSL300H1] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (58 pages long)

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UTSGPSL300H1Michelle FrenchFall

PSL300H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 131 pages long!)

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Cytoplasmic features: neurons (excitable, for information transfer, glia (non-excitatory, for neural function support to increase information transfer
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UTSGPSL300H1Dr.Buchan, Dr.Kee, Dr.TweedFall

[PSL300H1] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 291 pages long Study Guide!

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PSY202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cengage Learning, Analysis Of Variance

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UTSGPSY202H1AmandaSummer

PSY202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Bundesautobahn 63, Cengage Learning, Analysis Of Variance

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UTSGPSY202H1AmandaSummer

PSY202H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Adenoid, Cengage Learning

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UTSGPOL200Y1Clifford OrwinSpring

POL200Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Utopia, Realpolitik, Deontological Ethics

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UTSGMIE350H1GRUNINGERFall

MIE350H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Coding Conventions

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UTSGMUS202H1Remi ChuWinter

MUS202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Piano Sonata, Fidelio

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UTSGMUS202H1Remi ChuWinter

MUS202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Fidelio, First Act, Recitative

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UTSGMUS202H1Remi ChuWinter

MUS202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Organicism, Sonata Form, French Horn

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Class 4 the concert of 1808, part i. What types of concerts were there, and what can one expect to experience at a concert: what makes the opening of s
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UTSGECE318H1Li QianFall

ECE318H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Curved Mirror, Real Image, Virtual Image

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Following the sign conventions, si, r and li are negative. Law of sines1 on om c : lo sin ( ) Oc = so cv where cv = cm = r. thus. Also using sin ( ) =
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UTSGECE318H1Li QianFall

ECE318H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Chief Operating Officer, Polarizer, Circular Polarization

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Tutorial-5-solutions: let the irradiance of the input light, the light through the rst polar- izer and the light through the second polarizer be repres
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UTSGPSL300H1William MackayFall

PSL300 Practice Questions.doc

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UTSGPSL300H1Hae- Young KeeFall

PSL300H1 Lecture Notes - Gonadotropin, Nuclear Receptor, Catabolism

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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin Kee

PSL300H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Parathyroid Gland, Anterior Pituitary, Thyroid

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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeFall

PSL300H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Adenylyl Cyclase, Rankl, Epiphyseal Plate

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Stimulus sensor/receptor afferent pathway control/integration center efferent pathway target/receptor response. Changes in set-point at integrating cen
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UTSGPSL300H1Michelle FrenchFall

PSL300H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Kinocilium, Piriform Cortex, Medical Optical Imaging

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Vestibular apparatus: mechanoreceptors in 2 inner ear structures: semicircular canals; detect angular acceleration otolith organs; detect linear forces
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UTSGPSL300H1Alison BuchanFall

PSL300H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Arcuate Nucleus, Supraoptic Nucleus, Anterior Pituitary

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The ans is a high player here to balance each other. They rarely occur in isolation - changes in envir needs ans responses. Product of many physiologic
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UTSGPSL300H1Hae- Young KeeFall

PSL300H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Cpg Site, Stretch Reflex, Reciprocal Inhibition

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There is a hierarchical level of organization of how different groups of neurons (nuclei) control motor movement. Simple reflexes: sensory neurons make
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UTSGPSL300H1Michelle FrenchFall

Lecture 22 - The Motor Unit

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Motor unit: def"n: a motoneuron & all of muscle fibers it, muscle fibers of a motor unit all contract innervates. together. Project from spinal nerve f
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UTSGPSL300H1Alison BuchanFall

PSL300H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Autonomic Nervous System, Postganglionic Nerve Fibers, Sympathetic Nervous System

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Sympathetic/parasympathetic pathway: autonomic reflexes, autonomic control centers. Autonomic, and involuntary - thought to be separate from somatic co
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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeFall

PSL300H1 Lecture 13: Cell Neuro 1

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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeSummer

PSL300H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Hormones: Endometrium, Vasoconstriction, Thyrotropin-Releasing Hormone

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Activate enzymes involved in glycolysis, glycogenesis and lipogenesis, inhibit enzymes for glycogenolysis, glycogenesis and lipolysis. Increase uptake
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UTSGPSL300H1Alison BuchanFall

PSL300H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter (All required for MIDTERM 1): Soft Tissue, Sex Organ, Cortical Reaction

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Body monitors key functions to maintain homeostasis: regulated variables: bp, glucose, etc must be in a particular range to remain health, control mech
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UTSGPSL300H1Michelle FrenchFall

PSL300H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Cardiac Output, Immunoassay, Membrane Potential

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UTSGPSL300H1Alison BuchanFall

PSL300H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter (All required for MIDTERM 2 and FINAL EXAM): Anterior Chamber Of Eyeball, Ciliary Muscle, Referred Pain

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The cns is divided into gray matter and white matter (p. 293) Cns is composed of neurons and supportive glial cells: interneurons are those neurons com
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UTSGPSL300H1Hae- Young KeeFall

PSL300H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Rhodopsin, Scattering, Exocytosis

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Fovea and macula (ring of tissue around fovea) has most acute vision and the form the centre of the visual field: so when we look at an object, the len
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UTSGPSL300H1allWinter

PSL300H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Resting Potential, Membrane Potential, Active Transport

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Resting membrane potential = membrane potential: electrical gradient between ecf and. Icf: resting part of name comes from the fact that this electrica
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UTSGPSL300H1allWinter

PSL300H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Foam Cell, Blood Vessel, Function Model

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UTSGPSL300H1Michelle FrenchFall

PSL300H1 Chapter Notes -Eosinophil, Leukopoiesis, Active Transport

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UTSGPSL300H1Alison BuchanWinter

PSL300H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Paramesonephric Duct, Vas Deferens, Seminal Vesicle

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UTSGPSL300H1Michelle FrenchFall

PSL300H1 Chapter Notes -Patellar Reflex, Brainstem, Thalamus

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Skeletal muscles cannot communication with one another directly, so they send messages to the cns allowing the integrating centers to take charge and d
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