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UTSGBIO271H1OhanaWinter

Lecture 2

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24 Feb 2011
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 hyperpolarization mp more polarized: absolute refractory period.  cell capable of generating a new ap: relative refractory period.  more difficult
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Lecture 5

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24 Feb 2011
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Sensory physiology: photoreception: cross section in the cochlea, outer hairs amplify quiet sound.  the change in the shape of the hair cell increases
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Lecture 3

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24 Feb 2011
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Sensory physiology: chemoreception: neurotransmitter receptor function, ionotrophic receptors.  chemoreceptors: chemicals www. notesolution. com, for
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Lecture 4

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24 Feb 2011
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 trp chanels: transient receptor potential channels, mechanosensory protein receptors.  channels are linked to extracellular matrix and to the cytosk
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Lecture 1

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24 Feb 2011
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Lecture 1: central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, organization of the nervous system, made up of neurons and glia, neurons can be further d
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BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Internal Resistance, Positive Feedback, Saltatory Conduction

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21 Jan 2013
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Bio271h lecture 1: structure and function of neurons; action potentials. This is basically an introduction to fundamental neuroscience. It is not too s
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