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UCONNPNB 2264crivelloSummer

PNB 2264 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Protein, Bone, Connective Tissue

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20 Nov 2018
New language: based on latin and greek roots. Questions in the chapters are exam questions. Anatomy structure, gross and microscopic: cells fundamental
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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

[PNB 2264] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (105 pages long!)

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30 Mar 2017
Function ex: muscle contraction, how do we do electrical impulse. Ex: different bird feet is adapted to different functions. Structure/functions relati
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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

[PNB 2264] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (105 pages long!)

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7 Feb 2017
Function ex: muscle contraction, how do we do electrical impulse. Ex: different bird feet is adapted to different functions. Structure/functions relati
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UCONNPNB 2264crivelloSummer

PNB 2264 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Protein, Bone, Connective Tissue

105 Page
12 Oct 2018
New language: based on latin and greek roots. Questions in the chapters are exam questions. Anatomy structure, gross and microscopic: cells fundamental
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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

PNB 2264 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Vestibulocochlear Nerve, Trochlear Nerve, Lateral Sulcus

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24 Jan 2017
Differences between a sheep brain and a human brain. Describe the internal and external structures of the human brain. Appreciate similarities and diff
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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

PNB 2264 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Plantaris Muscle, Anatomical Terms Of Location, Hip

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24 Jan 2017
Ilia: largest pelvic region which form the superior region of the os coxae: fuse with ischium, pubis fuse with both at the acetabulum. Articulating poi
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UCONNPNB 2264Kimball & ReddenFall

PNB 2264 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lateral Sulcus, Central Canal, Histology

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16 Oct 2018
Lab 6 describe the effects of stretch on contractile force. Create a length tension curve and correlate it to different physiological conditions. Demon
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UCONNPNB 2264John ReddenSpring

PNB 2264 Final: Anatomy Exam

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7 Mar 2017
Na+ absorbed through active transport (basolateral side); symport, antiport or leaky channels (apical side) Na+ and glucose are transported across the
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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

PNB 2264 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Intervertebral Disc, Epiglottis, Fibrocartilage

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24 Jan 2017
Diverse, abundant, widely distributed throughout the body. Functions: structural support, binding structures together, back storage, exchange of nutrie
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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

PNB 2264 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Frog Legs, Gastrocnemius Muscle, Calibration

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24 Jan 2017
Motor unit: one motor neuron and all muscle fibers it innervates. Neuromuscular junction/contraction: action potential from motor neuron has reached in
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COMM 1100 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: United States Census Bureau

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COMM 1100 Quiz: Ch.8_Outlining

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COMM 1100 Quiz: Ch.16_Special Occasion Speaking

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COMM 1100 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Ethnocentrism

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COMM 1100 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Simile, Jargon

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Quiz.7_Ch.6_Research

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COMM 1100 Quiz: Ch.13_Informative Speaking

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COMM 1100 Quiz: Ch.12_Delivery

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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Metacarpal Bones, Hamstring, Patellar Ligament

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25 Feb 2017
Take quizzes on huskyct for extra credit. The human organism: anatomy is structure, physiology is function. Structure and function are related; structu
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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Blood Pressure, Integumentary System, Reflex Arc

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23 Jan 2017
Function ex: muscle contraction, how do we do electrical impulse. Ex: different bird feet is adapted to different functions. Structure/functions relati
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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Epicondyle, Quadratus Of Athens, Symmetry Operation

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23 Jan 2017
Central canal - channel that houses blood vessels and nerves that supply the bone. Surround central canal, rings of bone tissue called concentric lamel
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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Osteomalacia, Kyphosis, Thyroid

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24 Jan 2017
Describe the gross structure of a long bone. Compare and contrast spongy and compact bone. Relate the hormonal regulation of bone calcium to homeostasi
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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Hyaline, Purpura, Hydroxyproline

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24 Jan 2017
Describe the general characteristics (structure and function) of epithelial and connective tissue. Differentiate among the classes of epithelial and co
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UCONNPNB 2264John ReddenFall

PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Axial Skeleton, Shoulder Joint, Synovial Membrane

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17 Dec 2018
Articulation joint - meeting place of two or more bones. Ex) the shoulder joint connects the humerus and scapula. Range of motion - the normal extent o
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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Active Transport, Facilitated Diffusion, Brownian Motion

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24 Jan 2017
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UCONNPNB 2264John ReddenFall

PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Adrenal Gland, Pancreatic Islets, Endocrine Gland

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17 Dec 2018
Simple - endocrine gland controls release of its own hormone. Raises plasma ca++ concentration by breaking down bone. Lowers plasma ca++ concentration
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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Biceps, Radial Tuberosity, Olecranon

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23 Jan 2017
Head (disc-shaped, circular, articulates with capitulum of humerus) Neck radial tuberosity (anterior, attachment for biceps brachii muscle) Trochlear n
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UCONNPNB 2264John ReddenFall

PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Osteogenesis Imperfecta, Ultimate Tensile Strength, Random Coil

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17 Dec 2018
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UCONNPNB 2264John ReddenFall

PNB 2264 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Lipid Bilayer, Cell Adhesion Molecule, Signal Transduction

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17 Dec 2018
Biological membranes - selective barriers that separate the inner contents of the cell from the interstitial fluid, and the contents of an organelle fr
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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

PNB 2264 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Fluid Mosaic Model, Tight Junction, Lipid Bilayer

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23 Jan 2017
Membranes most universal function is to act as a selective barrier to the passage of molecules. Allows some molecules to cross while excluding others.
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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

PNB 2264 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Cranial Nerve Nucleus, Retinal Ganglion Cell, Postcentral Gyrus

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List the structures making up the brainstem and diencephalon. Describe the functions of each brain stem and diencephalon structure. Describe the struct
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PNB 2264 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Intervertebral Disc, Epiglottis, Fibrocartilage

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PNB 2264 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Vestibulocochlear Nerve, Trochlear Nerve, Lateral Sulcus

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UCONNPNB 2264John ReddenSpring

PNB 2264 Final: Anatomy Exam

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PNB 2264 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Frog Legs, Gastrocnemius Muscle, Calibration

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[PNB 2264] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (105 pages long!)

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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

PNB 2264 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Olecranon, Ischium, Humerus

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24 Jan 2017
Areolar connective tissue: nuclei, collagen fibers, elastic fibers, ground substance. Adipose tissue: nuclei, adipocytes (adipose cell, cell membrane.
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UCONNPNB 2264Kristen KimballFall

PNB 2264 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Voltage-Gated Potassium Channel, Computer Simulation, Resting Potential

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24 Jan 2017
Part i: the equilibrium potential and the membrane potential. Electrical potential difference between exterior and interior of the cell. Determined by:
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UCONNPNB 2264Kimball & ReddenFall

PNB 2264 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lateral Sulcus, Central Canal, Histology

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PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Ehlers–Danlos Syndromes, Intramembranous Ossification, Endochondral Ossification

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PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Bone, Elastic Cartilage, Osteon

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PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Fluid Compartments, Extracellular Fluid, Body Cavity

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PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Epithelium, Gross Anatomy, Connectomics

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PNB 2264 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Connective Tissue, Chondroitin, Ultimate Tensile Strength

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PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Adrenal Gland, Pancreatic Islets, Endocrine Gland

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PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Adrenal Medulla, Endocrine System, Cell Growth

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Endocrine system - a chemical messenger system within the body. Coordinate essential processes within the body by effecting changes at the cellular lev
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PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Autonomic Nervous System, Alpha Motor Neuron, Somatic Nervous System

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