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BIOL 1115 Lecture Notes - Motor Neuron, Glycolysis, Exercise Intensity

Skeletal Muscle 1. Skeletal muscle attaches to and move the skeleton, they are under voluntary control. Smooth muscles found in the walls of hollow organ they don't have a set pattern like skeletal muscle and ...

Biology
BIOL 1115
T.Williams
BIOL 1115 Lecture Notes - Diastole, Antibody, Granulocyte

 Animals are aerobic organism so they need oxygen to supply their body tissues. (both land and water creatures)  Animals are multicellular; therefore, they have a lot of cells making diffusion ineffective be...

Biology
BIOL 1115
T.Williams
Somatotypes.docx

Somatotypes  The picture an individual has of her own body which she forms in her mind  The skeleton, muscle and fat.  A quantitative description of the present structure and composition of the bo...

Biology
BIOL 1115
T.Williams
BIOL 1115 Lecture Notes - Thoracic Cavity, Inferior Vena Cava, Superior Vena Cava

Cardio-Respiratory Anatomy  Atria is where all the blood from both side of the heart gather (top of the heart). The vessels that enter the right atria is called the Superior vena cava and Inferior v...

Biology
BIOL 1115
T.Williams
BIOL 1115 Lecture Notes - Skeletal Muscle, Viscosity, Arteriole

Blood Flow and Gas Transport  Cardiac output is the amount of blood pumped from the heart from either the right side or left side per minute.  Both right and left ventricle have the same cardiac outp...

Biology
BIOL 1115
T.Williams
BIOL 1175 Lecture Notes - Quality Time, Boundary Marker

Reinforcement theory: Byrne’s law Our attraction to another person is proportionate to the number of reinforcements that persons give us reinforcements plus punishments the person gives us Gottman’s 5:1 ratio ...

Biology
BIOL 1175
C.Stewart
BIOL 1175 Lecture Notes - Epididymis, Azithromycin, Condom

BACTERIAL INFECTIONS – Chlamydia Chlamydia  Chlamydia trachomatis is a bacterium that is spread by sexual contact and infects the genital organs of males and females o 2008 over 80 thousand cas...

Biology
BIOL 1175
C.Stewart
BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Loose Connective Tissue, Aponeurosis, Fibroblast

Dense (ir)regular tissues Dense Connective Tissue -Contains numerous, thicker, and denser fibers (packed more closely), but with fewer cells than loose connective tissue 1. Dense regular connective tissue...

Biology
BIOL 1215
E.Barley
BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Exocrine Gland, Sebaceous Gland, Sweat Gland

Endocrine and Exocrine Glands Glandular Epithelium: Endocrine Glands Secretions of gland called hormones enter interstitial fluid and diffuse directly into the bloodstream Hormones regulate metabolic and...

Biology
BIOL 1215
E.Barley
BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Dense Irregular Connective Tissue, Chondroitin Sulfate, Hyaline Cartilage

Cartilage Cartilage is a dense network of collagen fibers and elastic fibers firmly embedded in chondroitin sulfate, a gel-like component of ground substance. -Can endure a lot of stress, it strength is due to its c...

Biology
BIOL 1215
E.Barley
BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Ground Substance, B Cell, Small Cell

Cells and Fibers in Connective Tissues: 1. Fibroblasts- large, flat cells with branching processes. Present in several connective tissues, and usually most numerous. Fibroblast migrate through connective tissues, sec...

Biology
BIOL 1215
E.Barley
BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Basement Membrane, Epithelium, Free Surface

Epithelial Cells Epithelial tissue: -Consists of cells arranged in continuous sheets, in either single or multiple layers -Closely packed and held tightly together by many cell junctions, there is little int...

Biology
BIOL 1215
E.Barley
BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Loose Connective Tissue, Umbilical Cord, Reticular Cell

Embryonic and Matured Tissues 1.Embryonic Connective Tissue -present in the embryo, the developing human from fertilization through first 2 months of pregnancy and in fetus, the developing human from the third mont...

Biology
BIOL 1215
E.Barley
BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Ground Substance, Epithelium

Connective Tissues Connective Tissue- Most abundant and widely distributed tissues in the body Numerous functions -Binds tissues together -Supports and strengthen tissue -Protects and insulates inte...

Biology
BIOL 1215
E.Barley
BIOL 1215 Lecture Notes - Cell Nucleus, Osmosis, Microvillus

CELLS IN LAYERS AND CELL SHAPES 1. Arrangement of cells in layers- Cells arranging in one or more layers depending on function a. Simple epithelium- Single layer of cells that function in diffusion, osm...

Biology
BIOL 1215
E.Barley

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