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BIOL 4510 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gap Junction, Stroke Volume, Invagination

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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cabomba, Linear Regression

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23 Mar
Table 1: cumulative oxygen gas produced by cabomba every 2 minutes (0. 03 hours), under red light in a monometer. Time (hours) exp tube 1 trial 1 exp t
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Methylene Blue, Pressure Measurement, Pipette

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12 Mar 2019
The cumulative oxygen production (ml o2) of the aquatic plant, cabomba caroliniana under white light, is used to determine the photosynthetic rate (ml
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Methylene Blue, Pipette, Pressure Measurement

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12 Mar 2019
The cumulative oxygen production (ml o2) of the aquatic plant, cabomba caroliniana under white light, is used to determine the photosynthetic rate (ml
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Pressure Measurement, Standard Deviation, Null Hypothesis

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12 Mar 2019
Statistical analysis of the aquatic plant camboba caroliniana calculated by using the photosynthetic rates (ml o2 produced/g/hour). In a manometric sys
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Methylene Blue, Pressure Measurement, Pipette

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12 Mar 2019
The cumulative oxygen production (ml o2) of the aquatic plant, cabomba caroliniana under white light, is used to determine the photosynthetic rate (ml
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Plasmolysis, Optical Microscope, Pipette

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12 Mar 2019
Determining the minimum concentration threshold required for plasmolysis to occur in the. Aquatic plant rotala nanjenshan using a compound microscope.
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pressure Measurement, Confidence Interval, Standard Deviation

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12 Mar 2019
Statistical analysis of the aquatic plant camboba caroliniana calculated by using the photosynthetic rates (ml o2 produced/g/hour). In a manometric sys
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BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Chlorophyll, Photon, Chemical Equation

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12 Mar 2019
Effect of green light vs white light on photosynthetic rate of aquatic plant cabomba caroliniana. The photosynthetic rate measured by the cumulative ox
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BIOL 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Pressure Measurement, Pipette, Methylene Blue

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13 Feb 2019
Table 1: photosynthetic rates and oxygen production data collected for the aquatic plant, Cabomba caroliniana, exposed to a white light source. The con
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BIOL 20102014_term_2_annotated

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31 Jan 2019
Sc/biol plant biology second term test (28 february 2014) page 1 of 4: ascogenous hyphae, cleistothecium, conidiophore, calyptra, mycorrhizae, trichogy
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BIOL 4510 Lecture 4 Cell Biology.pdf

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27 Nov 2012
Some basic cell biology morphology of muscle cells. Peter backx smooth muscle skeletal, and cardiac is more. Although all 3 are capable of contracting,
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YORKBIOL 4510Robert G TsushimaFall

BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Porton, Syncytium, Cardiac Muscle Cell

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1 Oct 2013
In small single cell organisms or animals < 1 mm in diameter, movement of molecules can occur easily by diffusion or cell transport from the external e
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YORKBIOL 4510Peter BackxxFall

BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Wiggers Diagram, Diastole, Inotrope

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30 Oct 2012
In small single cell organisms or animals < 1 mm in diameter, movement of molecules can occur easily by diffusion or cell transport from the external e
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YORKBIOL 4510Peter BackxxFall

BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Phosphoenolpyruvic Acid, Titin, Tnni3

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30 Oct 2012
Force generation involves the interaction of thick and thin filaments. In skeletal and cardiac muscle this is controlled by ca2+ binding to the troponi
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BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Atrioventricular Node, Paravertebral Ganglia, Purkinje Fibers

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22 Nov 2012
The amount of blood pumped by the heart per minute is given by: Cardiac output (l/min) = co = stroke volume (l/beat) x heart rate (beats/min) = sv*hr.
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BIOL4510/KINE4510

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27 Nov 2012
In small single cell organisms or animals < 1 mm in diameter, movement of molecules can occur easily by diffusion or cell transport from the external e
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BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Myosin Light-Chain Kinase, Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, Cardiac Muscle

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25 Mar 2014
There are two properties of muscle you need to fully understand: the force-length relationship, the dependence of force generation on the intracellular
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BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Cardiac Muscle, Cardiac Output, Heart Rate

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22 Nov 2012
Now that we have discussed the molecular properties of some key contractile proteins we will now discuss several important functional properties of the
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BIOL 4510 Lecture 19 Stem Cells 2.pdf

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4 Jan 2013
Regenerative medicine uses genes, proteins and cells to repair or replace damaged organs. Some tissues display regenerative properties, such as blood,
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BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Diastole, Faraday Constant, Electrochemical Potential

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30 Oct 2012
Ion channels are a superfamily of transmembrane proteins that selectively catalyze the flow (movement) of ions across the cell membrane. Their properti
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BIOL 4510 Chapter Notes -Ryanodine Receptor 2, Adenylyl Cyclase, Sodium-Calcium Exchanger

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21 Nov 2012
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BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Phosphoenolpyruvic Acid, Titin, Tnni3

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BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Atrioventricular Node, Paravertebral Ganglia, Purkinje Fibers

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BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Myosin Light-Chain Kinase, Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, Cardiac Muscle

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BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Cardiac Muscle, Cardiac Output, Heart Rate

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BIOL 4510 Lecture 19 Stem Cells 2.pdf

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BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Myosin Light-Chain Kinase, Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, Cardiac Muscle

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BIOL 4510 Lecture Notes - Porton, Syncytium, Cardiac Muscle Cell

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lecture18-receptors3-revised.pdf

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4 Jan 2013
The parasympathetic nervous system releases acetylcholine (ach), which interacts with nicotinic ach receptors at the ganglion and muscarinic ach recept
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BIOL 4510 Lecture 19 Stem Cells 2.pdf

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lecture20-ecm-revised.pdf

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4 Jan 2013
The extracellular matrix (ecm) is essential for maintaining tissue structure, and to act as scaffolding for the myocytes. It ensures proper myocyte ali
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lecture17-receptors2-revised.pdf

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lec 15

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4 Jan 2013
The purpose of electrical depolarization (i. e. action potentials) is to initiate contraction. This process is called excitation-contraction coupling (
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lec 13

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4 Jan 2013
Four contractile proteins are phosphorylated: tn-i, c-protein, tn-t, and mlc-2. Phosphorylation by pka occurs in n-terminal region of tn-i; unique to c
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lec 14

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4 Jan 2013
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BIOL 4510 Lecture 4 Cell Biology.pdf

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