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Class Notes for BIOL 3070 at York University (page 5)

Animal Physiology II

BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Osmosis, Oncotic Pressure, Lipid Raft

Lecture 4 Animal Physiology Bulk Endocytosis oactivity dependent exocytosis (happens when activity of cell increases rapidly ie. at nerve terminal rapid train of action potential moving through axon terminal which signals ...

Biology
BIOL 3070
Spencer Mukai
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Reticulocyte, Troponin, Cardiac Cycle

Lecture 5 Animal Physiology Blood ohemacrotic levels tells you oxygen carrying capacity of blood (people with anemia have low hematocrit levels) oanimals that hold their breath for long times typically have higher hematocr...

Biology
BIOL 3070
Spencer Mukai
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sodium-Potassium Alloy, Antiporter, Cardiac Muscle

Lecture 7 Animal Physiology Ventricular Action Potential (see graph in lecture) oNoncontractile cells within the heart (SA node sets heart rate because it depolarizes the quickest, followed by AV node, then bundle of his a...

Biology
BIOL 3070
Spencer Mukai
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Facilitated Diffusion, Calcium Signaling, Membrane Transport Protein

Lecture 3 Animal Physiology (BIOL3070) Osmosis: passive transport of water across semipermeable membrane osmotic pressure opposes hydrostatic pressure created by water flowing through membrane Osmotic vs. Hydrostatic press...

Biology
BIOL 3070
Spencer Mukai
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Exponential Growth, Logistic Function, Sustainable Yield

Chapter 54 – Population Ecology 54.1 How Do Ecologists Study Populations? • A population consists of the individuals of species within a given area. • The members of a population are distributed over space, and...

Biology
BIOL 3070
Hernan Humana
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Circadian Rhythm, Circadian Clock, Opportunity Cost

Chapter 53: Behaviour and Behavioural Ecology 53.1. What Questions Do Biologists Ask About Behaviour? • Ethology: the study of animal behaviour from an evolutionary perspective • For many animals, much of thei...

Biology
BIOL 3070
Hernan Humana
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Intertropical Convergence Zone, Alpine Tundra, Cool Air

Chapter 52: Ecology and the Distribution of Life 52.1: What is Ecology? • Ecology: scientific study of the rich and varied interactions between organisms and their environment. • Communities: embracing a...

Biology
BIOL 3070
Hernan Humana
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Sympatric Speciation, Allopatric Speciation, Reproductive Isolation

Chapter 23: Species and Their Formation 23.1 What Are Species? We can recognize and identify many species by their appearance • Linnaeus described hundreds of species on the basis of their appearancemorpho...

Biology
BIOL 3070
Hernan Humana
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Allele Frequency, Genotype Frequency, Population Genetics

Chapter 22: The Mechanisms of Evolution 22.1 What Facts Form the Base of Our Understanding of Evolution? • Darwin developed the major features of an explanatory theory for evolutionary change based on two maj...

Biology
BIOL 3070
Hernan Humana
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Cambrian Explosion, Atmospheric Temperature, Radionuclide

Chapter 21: The History of Life on Earth 21.1 How Do Scientists Date Ancient Events? • Fossils can tell us a great deal about the body form, or morphology, of organisms that lived there long ago, as well as h...

Biology
BIOL 3070
Hernan Humana
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Isotopes Of Hydrogen, Electronic Tagging, Guppy

CHAPTER 54- POPULATION ECOLOGY 54.1 How Do Ecologists Study Populations? • Population consists of the individuals of a species within a given area • any given time, an individual organism occupies only one sp...

Biology
BIOL 3070
Hernan Humana
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Primary Producers, Primary Production, Ecosystem Services

Chapter 56: Ecosystem and Global Ecology 56.2 How Does Energy Flow Through the Global Ecosystem? Solar energy drives ecosystem processes • Solar energy enters ecosystems by way of plants and other photosynthetic ...

Biology
BIOL 3070
Hernan Humana
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Phenotypic Trait, Quantitative Genetics, Mendelian Inheritance

Chapter 9- Quantitative Genetics • Quantitative Genetics- the branch of evolutionary biology that provides tools for analyzing the evolution of multi-locus traits 9.1- The Nature of Quantitative Traits ...

Biology
BIOL 3070
Hernan Humana
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Tropical And Subtropical Moist Broadleaf Forests, Temperate Deciduous Forest, Intertropical Convergence Zone

Ch 52: Ecology and the Distribution of Life 52.1 • ecology: scientific study of rich and varied interactions btwn organisms and environment • communities: systems embracing all the organisms loving together in ...

Biology
BIOL 3070
Hernan Humana
BIOL 3070 Lecture Notes - Circadian Rhythm, Circadian Clock, Opportunity Cost

Chapter 53: Behaviour and Behavioural Ecology 53.1. What Questions Do Biologists Ask About Behaviour? • Ethology: the study of animal behaviour from an evolutionary perspective • For many animals, much of thei...

Biology
BIOL 3070
Hernan Humana

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