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Class Notes for HUBS1403 at University of Newcastle

Biomedical Science Part 1

HUBS1403 Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Botulinum Toxin, Myofilament, Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor

Muscle Types 1. Skeletal 2. Smooth 3. Cardiac Skeletal muscle is controlled by the somatic nervous system Cardiac and smooth are influenced by the autonomic nervous system Involuntary smooth, cardiac Striated skeletal,...

Human Biosciences
HUBS1403
Judith
HUBS1403 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Sensory Neuron, Golgi Tendon Organ, Norepinephrine

Somatic Motor Systems - Somatic motor system voluntary skeletal muscle movement - Basic pathway involves two motor neurons: 1. Upper Motor Neuron (UMN; red) 2. Lower Motor Neuron (LMN; black) ...

Human Biosciences
HUBS1403
Judith
HUBS1403 Lecture 19: week 8

HUBS Week 8 Posterior Pituitary Gland does not synthesize hormones stores and releases from axon terminals two hormones produced by neurosecretory cells of the hypothalamus: oxytocin (OT) antidiuretic hormone (ADH).

Human Biosciences
HUBS1403
Judith
HUBS1403 Lecture 12: Week 7 Notes

HUBS Week 7 Lecture 19 Organisation In general cells must communicate or talk with each other for three main reasons: 1. Coordination in a multicellular organism. 2. Maintain the body in a state of homeostasis. 3. Bring a...

Human Biosciences
HUBS1403
Judith
HUBS1403 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor, Chemical Synapse, Vesicle Fusion

HUBS 1403 Week 12 Muscle Type Striated Voluntary Nervous System Skeletal Yes Yes Somatic Cardiac ...

Human Biosciences
HUBS1403
Judith
HUBS1403 Lecture 1: HUBS1403 Notes

HUBS1403 saWeek 1 (Lectures 1 3) Complex Structures When units of biological material are put together, the properties of the new material are not always additive, or equal to the sum of the properties of the components. ...

Human Biosciences
HUBS1403
Judith
Human Biosciences
HUBS1403
Judith
HUBS1403 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Parasympathetic Nervous System, Cerebellum, Actin

Afferent Efferent Atomic no. Mass no. Atomic mass Anion Cation Ionic bond Hydrogen bond Covalent bond Isotonic Hypertonic Hypotonic Microtubules Intermediate filaments Microfilaments Mitochondria Lysosome...

Human Biosciences
HUBS1403
Judith
HUBS1403 Lecture 1: HUBS 1403 Summary

HUBS 1403 Atoms molecules cells tissue organ organ system organism Intracellular fluid inside cell Extracellular fluid outside cell Stimulus detection afferent efferent response Matter Subatomic particles protons (+), neu...

Human Biosciences
HUBS1403
Judith
HUBS1403 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Facilitated Diffusion, Phosphorylation, Anabolism
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METABOLISM all the chemical reactions occurring in cells and tissues of your body at any moment provide the energy needed to maintain homeostasis, metabolic turnover, also growth, maintenance and repair, sec...

Human Biosciences
HUBS1403
karen mate
HUBS1403 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nitrogenous Base, Cytosine, Hydrogen Bond
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LECTURE 5 PROTEINS Proteins are enzymes Most abundant organic compounds of the human body Accounts for 20% of body weight Contains C,H,O,N PROTEIN FUNCTIONS: 1. Structure and support...

Human Biosciences
HUBS1403
karen mate
HUBS1403 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Anabolism, Monosaccharide, Hydrophile
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Carbohydrates and Lipids HUBS 1403 LECTURE 4 Carbohydrates and lipids preferred energy source for the body Metabolism: all the chemical reactions occurring in the cells and tissues of your body at any...

Human Biosciences
HUBS1403
karen mate
HUBS1403 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Extracellular Fluid, Skeletal Muscle, Resting Potential
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STUDENT: 3295781 LAUREN HUNT HUBS 1403 2018 SEM 1 NOTES Lecture 23: Ion Channels and Resting Membrane Potential 1. List the six major types of transmembrane proteins. THERE ARE 6 TYPES OF TRANSMEMBRANE PROTIENS MAJOR DETER...

Human Biosciences
HUBS1403
karen mate
HUBS1403 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Grey Matter, Glossopharyngeal Nerve, Thoracic Cavity
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STUDENT: 3295781 LAUREN HUNT HUBS 1403 2018 SEM 1 NOTES Lecture 31: Autonomic Nervous System 1. Describe, in broad terms, the roles of the sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions of the ANS. Hear...

Human Biosciences
HUBS1403
karen mate
HUBS1403 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Neuromuscular Junction, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Corticobulbar Tract
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STUDENT: 3295781 LAUREN HUNT HUBS 1403 2018 SEM 1 NOTES Lecture 28: Sensory Nervous System 1. Distinguish between general and special senses Sensory processing Stimulation of sensory receptor Many different types of recept...

Human Biosciences
HUBS1403
karen mate
Organizational Behavior - Reference Guides

The systematic study of individual and group behavior within organizational structures is outlined in this coordinated Guide. Theories of leadership and individual behavior are related to the foundations of group behavior ...

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