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Cells, tissues and organisms

BMS1021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Hemoglobin, Unsaturated Hydrocarbon, Collagen

Lecture 17: Water: - Polar - Forms hydrogen bonds between water molecules - A Calorie is defined as the amount of heat that causes 1g of water to change its temperature by 1 degree Celsius - ...

Biomedical Sciences
BMS1021
John Bertram
BMS1021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Depth Perception, Thumb, Neutral Buoyancy

Lecture 14: Eumetazoa animals possess true tissues Cnidarians: - have a radially symmetrical body plan - diploblastic which means they have two germ (cell) layers - are carnivorous and...

Biomedical Sciences
BMS1021
John Bertram
BMS1021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Heterotroph, Calcareous Sponge, Gastrulation

Lecture 11: - Gas exchange is fast when the area for diffusion is large and the path for diffusion is short - Respiratory surfaces tend to be large and thin - Animals without respiratory organs are small: (surface /...

Biomedical Sciences
BMS1021
John Bertram
BMS1021 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Hypothalamus, Thermostat, Rodent

Lecture 8: Catabolic pathway: Breakdown Anabolic Pathway: Construction Laws of Thermodynamics: - First Law (conservation of energy): Energy can be transferred or transformed, but cannot be created or destroyed - ...

Biomedical Sciences
BMS1021
John Bertram
BMS1021 Lecture Notes - Polysaccharide, Heterokont, Saprotrophic Nutrition

Lecture 5: Viruses: - unicellular - small in size (10-400nm) - obligate intracellular parasites - many have a limited host range - genetic material surrounded by a protein coat and potentially lipid envelope - ...

Biomedical Sciences
BMS1021
John Bertram
BMS1021 Lecture Notes - Large Intestine, Antibody, Immune System

Lecture Summaries Lecture 2 Summary: Each species has two-part name: first part is genus and second part is species. - E.g. Escherichia coli – genus = Escherichia, species = coli. •Six kingdoms and two domains: Eu...

Biomedical Sciences
BMS1021
John Bertram

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