Class Notes for BIO271H1 at University of Toronto St. George (UTSG)

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UTSGBIO271H1Chris GarsideWinter

BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Standard Error, Standard Deviation, Scientific Notation

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22 Jan 2013
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What is a figure: figures includes graphs, photos and tables; tables are not figures, most of the data will be presented in tables or figures. Construc
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UTSGBIO271H1Chris GarsideWinter

BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Buccal Pumping, Agnatha, Fick'S Laws Of Diffusion

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8 Mar 2016
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More advanced organisms use the circulatory to deliver bulk flow to the different tissues in the body (if you live in water) if in air, the o2 has to d
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UTSGBIO271H1Chris GarsideWinter

BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Fetal Hemoglobin, Red Blood Cell, Carbonic Anhydrase

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17 Mar 2016
16
Hemoglobins: found mainly in vertebrates, composed of a globin protein and a heme molecule which has a porphyrin ring structure complexed to an iron. I
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UTSGBIO271H1Christopher GarsideWinter

BIO271 2014 Lecture 6.pdf

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5 Apr 2014
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Diffusion through water or air. Start ventilating bulk flow. Sponges and cnidarian move the external medium (seawater) by bulk flow through an internal
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UTSGBIO271H1Chris GarsideWinter

BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Atrioventricular Node, Coronary Circulation, Circulatory System

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24 Mar 2016
28
In the body cavity, there are ciliated flame cells that are actually part of an excretory system and they help move fluid by bulk flow around the gastr
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UTSGBIO271H1OhanaWinter

Lecture 2

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24 Feb 2011
34
 hyperpolarization mp more polarized: absolute refractory period.  cell capable of generating a new ap: relative refractory period.  more difficult
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UTSGBIO271H1Chris GarsideWinter

BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Periplaneta, Cockroach, Repeated Measures Design

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22 Jan 2013
112
Electrophysiological recording of conduction velocity and sensory: the results section is important, it is often where a researcher starts reading, use
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UTSGBIO271H1OhanaWinter

Lecture 5

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24 Feb 2011
39
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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UTSGBIO271H1Chris GarsideWinter

BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Potassium Channel, Autonomic Nervous System, Axon Hillock

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8 Mar 2016
21
Lecture 1 (january 13, 2016): structure and function of neurons, resting. Basal tone (somatic: low level of activity maintained at all times, rapid eff
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UTSGBIO271H1OhanaWinter

Lecture 3

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24 Feb 2011
33
Sensory physiology: chemoreception: neurotransmitter receptor function, ionotrophic receptors.  chemoreceptors: chemicals www. notesolution. com, for
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UTSGBIO271H1Chris GarsideWinter

BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Internal Intercostal Muscles, Negative Feedback, Paracrine Signalling

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10 Mar 2016
19
Respiratory organs are typically thin with a large sa and must be kept moist. Two animal lineages that colonized terrestrial habitats: arthropods. Syst
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UTSGBIO271H1Chris GarsideWinter

BIO271H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Soft Palate, Sensory Neuron, Taste Receptor

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8 Mar 2016
17
Lecture 3 (january 27, 2016): sensory physiology: chemoreception. Found on tissues which are not that important for fight or flight like the skin and k
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