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MCGILLANAT 262John PresleySummer

ANAT 262 Lecture Notes - Cloning, Hat Medium, Immunoglobulin Light Chain

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21 May 2012
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We know so much about cells thanks to three main biological techniques: Microscopy (light and electron: light microscopy was the earliest technique use
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MCGILLANAT 261Craig MandatoFall

ANAT 261 Lecture Notes - Duodenum, Elastase, Catabolism

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6 Apr 2012
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The liver is one of the glands in the digestive system. It has both endocrine and exocrine properties: exocrine: secretes bile, which goes to the gall
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MCGILLANAT 261Craig MandatoFall

ANAT 261 Lecture Notes - Microvillus, Lamina Propria, Adrenal Gland

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6 Apr 2012
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The urinary system is made up of the kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder and the urethra. In this course, we will only study the kidneys and the urinary
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MCGILLANAT 262John PresleyWinter

ANAT 262 Lecture Notes - Vacuum Chamber, Nuclear Pore, Inelastic Scattering

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21 May 2012
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MCGILLANAT 261Craig MandatoFall

ANAT 261 Lecture Notes - Dental Papilla, Apoptosis, Dental Lamina

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6 Apr 2012
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As we said before, the gingiva (which are your gums) are made of a stratified squamous parakeratinized epithelium. The parakeratin allows the gingiva t
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MCGILLANAT 261Craig MandatoFall

ANAT 261 Lecture Notes - Cardiac Muscle, Intercalated Disc, Myoepithelial Cell

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6 Apr 2012
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Glandular tissue originates from the epithelium during development. Stimulation by a trophin factor on nearby epithelial lining will cause the epitheli
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MCGILLANAT 261Craig MandatoFall

7. Respiratory System.pdf

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6 Apr 2012
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The function of the respiratory system is to provide oxygen and remove carbon dioxide from the blood. There are three segments of the respiratory syste
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MCGILLANAT 261Craig MandatoFall

11. Esophagus and Stomach.pdf

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6 Apr 2012
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Before we discuss the esophagus in particular, it would be useful to make a general plan of the digestive tract starting with the esophagus and ending
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MCGILLANAT 261Craig MandatoFall

ANAT 261 Lecture Notes - Eyepiece, Collagen, Acidophile

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6 Apr 2012
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Histology can be divided into two important categories: Medical histology is the identification of tissues and cells from microscopic slides. Dynamic h
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MCGILLANAT 261Craig MandatoFall

ANAT 261 Lecture Notes - Epineurium, Autoimmune Disease, Morphine

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6 Apr 2012
26
The nervous system is made up of cells called neurons. Working together, neurons are responsible for all of your thought and consciousness. Structurall
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MCGILLANAT 261Craig MandatoFall

ANAT 261 Lecture Notes - Dermis, Serotonin, Fibrin

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6 Apr 2012
29
Up until now, we have learned specific tissues which are the building blocks of larger structures. The first one we will learn about is blood vessels.
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MCGILLANAT 315Nicole VenturaFall

ANAT 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Brachial Plexus, Latissimus Dorsi Muscle, Levator Scapulae Muscle

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20 Oct 2017
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Anat 315: anatomy of the limbs an d back. The brachial plexus: plexus of nerves originating from c5-t1 responsible for innervating almost the entire up
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