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Human Body Systems 2

BMSC11002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Extensor Digitorum Muscle, Abdominal External Oblique Muscle, Extensor Digiti Minimi Muscle
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CHAPTER 11: THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM 11.1 Skeletal muscles produce movement when the insertion is pulled toward the origin. Origin: muscle attachment to the stationary bone (by means of a tendon) o Usually proximal Insertion: a...

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BMSC11002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Active Transport, Loose Connective Tissue, Hemoglobin
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CHAPTER 10: MUSCLE TISSUE 10.1 Skeletal, cardiac, and smooth muscle tissues differ in location, structure, and function There are 3 types of muscle tissues: 1. Skeletal Because the function of most skeletal muscles is to m...

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BMSC11002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cytosol, Keratin, Adipocyte
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WEEK 4: TISSUE LEVEL OF ORGANISATION 4.1 FOUR TYPES: EPITHELIAL, CONNECTIVE, MUSCLE, NERVOUS Body tissues can be classified into four basic types according to their structure and function: Epithelial tissue covers body sur...

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BMSC11002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Lipoprotein, Defecation, Deoxyribose
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WEEK 2: CHEMICAL LEVEL OF ORGANISATION 2.5 ORGANIC MOLECULES ARE LARGE CARBONBASED MOLECULES Macromolecules large organic molecules formed from smaller organic molecules o They are usually polymers a polymer is a large mol...

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BMSC11002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Hexose, Polar Regions Of Earth, Amphiphile
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WEEK 3: CELLULAR LEVEL OF ORGANISATION 3.1 THE PRINCIPAL PARTS OF A CELL Plasma membrane forms the cells flexible outer surface, separating the cells internal environment from its external environment o This selective barr...

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BMSC11002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Limbic System, Commissural Fiber, Body Fluid
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WEEK 8: CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM 13.1 THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM: BRAIN, SPINAL CORD, AND PROTECTIVE STRUCTURES the brain consists of 4 major parts: o the cerebrum is the largest part of the brain o the diencephalon contains...

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BMSC11002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Axon Terminal, Lipid Bilayer Fusion, Endoplasmic Reticulum
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WEEK 7: INTRODUCTION TO THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 12.1 NERVOUS SYSTEM: HOMEOSTASIS AND INTEGRATION OF BODY CAVITIES Sensory function sensory receptors detect internal stimuli, such as an increase in blood acidity, and external st...

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BMSC11002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Endocrine System, Cardiac Muscle, Threshold Potential
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Muscle and nerve tissue and physiology: Neurons and muscle cells have much in common, in that they both are excitable, conduct electric impulses by allowing sodium ions to enter and potassium ions to exit, and both functio...

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BMSC11002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Anabolism, Cytosol, Insulin
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WEEK 1 AN INTRODUCTION TO THE HUMAN BODY 1.1The human body is composed of 6 levels of structural organisation and contains eleven systems 1. Chemical level this is the very basic level which includes atoms, the smallest co...

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BMSC 11002 Lecture 8: WEEK 8
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WEEK 8: CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM 13.1 THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM: BRAIN, SPINAL CORD AND PROTECTIVE STRUCTURES 13.2 CNS BLOOD FLOW AND CEREBROSPINAL FLUID (CSF) 13.3 THE CEREBRUM 13.4 THE CEREBRAL CORTEX 13.5 THE DIENCEPHALO...

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BMSC 11002 Lecture 9: WEEK 9
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WEEK 9: PERIPHERAL AND AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM 14.1 NERVE STRUCTURE 14.2 CRANIAL NERVES 14.3 SPINAL NERVES 14.4 REFLEX ARC 14.5 AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM (ANS) 14.6 THE SYMPATHETIC DIVISION 14.8 AUTONOMIC REFLEXES WEEK 9: ...

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