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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 308 pages long!)

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Lecture 2 the organization of the living body. Definitions the science of structure and the relationships among structures. Ways in which individual co
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

[NATS 1610] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (37 pages long)

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1 Dec 2016
Th e o rg a n iza tio n o f th e livin g b o d y. S e p 15 le c tu re. S tru c tu ra l a n d fu n c tio n a l org a n iza tio n. These cells then inter
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

[NATS 1610] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 38 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
Check slide 3 lecture 3 for more reference. Slide 5-6: from structural organization (lecture 2) to life process. Slide 7: 5 environmental requirements
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

[NATS 1610] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (231 pages long)

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30 Mar 2017
Several basic characteristics allow us to distinguish between living things and nonliving objects. Take in energy and materials from the environment. O
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 126 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
Lecture 2 the organization of the living body. Definitions the science of structure and the relationships among structures. Ways in which individual co
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YORKNATS 1610Barbra CzebhanFall

NATS 1610 Study Guide - Final Guide: Recombinant Dna, Insulin, Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer

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27 Sep 2013
Cell size is limited, cannot grow indefinitely. All cells in the body are somatic cells besides gametes: sperm, egg. Interphase (preparation stage: mak
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Membrane Transport Protein, Respiratory Tract, Cartilage

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5 Dec 2018
Cytoplasm portion of the cell interior that is not occupied by the nucleus. Consists of two parts: organelles- little organs . Complex, gel-like mass w
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Muscular System, Reproductive System, Homeostasis

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22 Oct 2018
Coordination and regulation of body and body systems. Circulatory: carries material from one part of the body to another. Digestive: breaks down food i
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hydrolysis, Inner Membrane, Blood Sugar

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18 Oct 2018
Cellular metabolism cells need energy for their activities. Metabolism intracellular chemical reactions: degradation, synthesis, transformation of smal
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Final: 04 - NATS1610-fw1819 - REVIEW - Neural Communication

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NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Green Darner, Eye Color, Mount Everest

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9 Feb 2020
Abdomen is blue or blueish go to 2. Abdomen is not blue but instead is red, black, brown or white go to 3. Wings are brown towards the inside and are
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YORKFall

NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Monarch Butterfly, Herbicide

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Observed monarch butterfly behaviour has significant implications for species survival. Habitat loss is one of the worlds leading causes of species dec
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NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mendelian Inheritance, Numeracy, Population Genetics

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9 Feb 2020
Biodiversity and conservation biology assignment #1. In this assignment, you will be doing two types of questions, most of which involve numbers. Many
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YORKWinter

NATS 1560 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Calibri, Moodle, Hank Green

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2 Feb 2020
Write your name (as it appears in the class list) and student number on the line above. Read the instructions completely, including the academic integr
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YORKWinter

NATS 1870 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Joseph Von Fraunhofer, Annie Jump Cannon, Williamina Fleming

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16 Jul 2019
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YORKWinter

NATS 1870 Lecture 17: NATS 1870- Short Assignment #2 (June 9)

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16 Jul 2019
Ancient folklore from china and europe describes auroras as: souls at play, using a walrus head as a ball, great dragons or serpents in the skies, view
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YORKWinter

NATS 1870 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin, Harlow Shapley, White Dwarf

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16 Jun 2019
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NATS 1870 Quiz: NATS 1870- Quiz 1 (History of Colours)

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16 Jun 2019
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NATS 1870 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Oa, Neon, Hubble Space Telescope

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16 Jun 2019
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NATS 1870 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Steven Sasson, Photographic Plate, Light Pollution

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16 Jun 2019
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Final: Complete and Comprehensive 50 Page Final Exam Study Guide - Fall 2015

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15 Dec 2015
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Melanoma, Stratified Squamous Epithelium, Adipocyte

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7 Dec 2015
The integumentary system is the collection of the skin and its accessory organs such as. Desiccation: aids in heat regulatory, aids in excretion of ure
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Nucleic Acid Sequence, Deoxyribose, Cell Nucleus

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2 Dec 2015
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Structural Change, Protein Structure, Tripeptide

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27 Nov 2015
The most diverse biological molecules with many roles and are necessary in all activities of an organism. Catalyst- enzymes: regulate metabolism by sel
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Carboxylic Acid, Triglyceride, Hydroxy Group

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Nats 1610 lecture #21 molecules of life. Composed of several types of basic building blocks. Are non-polar, dissolve in non- polar substances. Phosphol
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Relative Atomic Mass, Functional Group, Cellulose

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20 Nov 2015
Proteins, dna carbohydrates and other molecules found in all living organisms: are composed of carbon atoms bonded to each other, and atoms of other el
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Melanoma, Stratified Squamous Epithelium, Adipocyte

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7 Dec 2015
The integumentary system is the collection of the skin and its accessory organs such as. Desiccation: aids in heat regulatory, aids in excretion of ure
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Structural Change, Protein Structure, Tripeptide

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27 Nov 2015
The most diverse biological molecules with many roles and are necessary in all activities of an organism. Catalyst- enzymes: regulate metabolism by sel
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Lipid Bilayer, Membrane Lipids, Membrane Transport Protein

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25 Nov 2016
P la s ma me mbra ne: ma de of a phos pholipid bila ye r with a tta che d a nd e mbe dde d prote ins a nd chole s te rol. P hos pholipids: ha ve pola r
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Hydrolysis, Photosynthesis, Cellular Respiration

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25 Oct 2016
Check slide 3 lecture 8 for more reference. Slide 4/8: video based on how enzymes work. Slide 6: cellular metabolism cells need energy for their activi
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Microtubule, Chromatin, Phospholipid

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1 Oct 2015
Cells vary in size & shape, but are still small. (for example frog egg 1mm) The discovery of cells followed the invention of the microscope . 3 common
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Threshold Potential, University Of Manchester, Cell Membrane

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1 Mar 2018
Lecture 24 - the nervous system: neural communication. The various animation links within these notes are important. Web link with many study resources
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Relative Atomic Mass, Functional Group, Cellulose

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20 Nov 2015
Proteins, dna carbohydrates and other molecules found in all living organisms: are composed of carbon atoms bonded to each other, and atoms of other el
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Glycogen, Cell Nucleus, Polysaccharide

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27 Oct 2015
Nats 1610 lecture 1 and 2 the organization of the living body. Anatomy: the science of structure and the relationship among structures. Structure of a
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NATS 1610 Lecture 1: SNATS 1610 - Lecture 1

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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Nucleic Acid Sequence, Deoxyribose, Cell Nucleus

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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Brainstem, Grey Matter, Sympathetic Nervous System

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6 Dec 2017
When the voltage difference across the neuron plasma membrane shifts by a minimum amount called the threshold, the result is a nerve impulse or action
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Ibuprofen, Neuromuscular Junction, Muscle Tone

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6 Dec 2017
We do not have conscious control over contractions of cardiac and smooth muscles, so they are said to (cid:271)e (cid:862)i(cid:374)(cid:448)olu(cid:37
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanWinter

NATS 1610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Sampling Error, Decomposer, Homeostasis

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13 Apr 2014
Chapter1- notes- the living body monday september 16th 2013. Cell- a organized unit that can survive and reproduce by itself. It uses energy, necessary
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanFall

NATS 1610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Helicobacter Pylori, Pylorus, Micelle

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6 Dec 2017
Digestive system: the tube where food is digested and absorbed and undigested residues are expelled: also called the gi tract, stretched out to be 6. 5
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanWinter

NATS 1610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Rigor Mortis, Tendon Sheath, Myocyte

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13 Apr 2014
Muscular tissue is composed of cells called muscle fibers: contractile (forcefully shorten in response to external stimulation) 3 types of muscle: skel
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YORKNATS 1610Barbara CzabanWinter

NATS 1610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Hepatic Portal System, Lymphatic Vessel, Bile Acid

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13 Apr 2014
The digestive system is a long tube which food is broken down and from which the nutrients food contains are absorbed: this tract continues on to the a
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NATS 1610 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Glycolipid, Phospholipid, Nucleolus

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