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NEM 10V Lecture Notes - Lecture 60: Nematology, Electron Transport Chain, Photon
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Nematology Photosynthesis: Photosynthesis is the process by which sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water are combined in plants to form glucose and oxygen. Leaves are the prima...

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NEM 10V Lecture Notes - Lecture 62: Immunotherapy, Chemotherapy, Complementary Dna
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Nematology Immune System Part 2: HIV is an enveloped virus with the envelope derived from the host cell membrane with viral glycoproteins inserted into the membrane as the virus lea...

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NEM 10V Lecture Notes - Lecture 61: Central Nervous System, Brainstem, Stapes
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Nematology Central Nervous System Part 2! The ear has three parts: 1. the outer ear or auricle 2. middle ear 3. inner ear. The auricle is the visible part of t...

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NEM 10V Lecture Notes - Lecture 59: Circadian Rhythm, Stamen, Flowering Plant
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Nematology Angiosperms: Angiosperms are vascular seed plants that make flowers, and fruit. The production of female gametes occurs in the ovarywhere there are several rows of c...

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NEM 10V Lecture Notes - Lecture 52: Seminiferous Tubule, Hemoglobin, Peptide
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Nematology Reproductive: Ovaries are a females primary sex organs where egg cells originate. Each ovary may contain millions of potential eggs. The eggs lie dormant until p...

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NEM 10V Lecture Notes - Lecture 54: Frontal Lobe, Temporal Lobe, Parietal Lobe
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Nematology Central Nervous System Part 1: The nervous system consists of the central nervous system, and the peripheral nervous system. The central nervous system is the processing c...

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NEM 10V Lecture Notes - Lecture 55: Threshold Potential, Resting Potential, Membrane Potential
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Nematology Peripheral Nervous System: A neuron is a cell that communicates with other cells via a combination of electrical and chemical signaling. Neurons consist of dendrites, a ...

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NEM 10V Lecture Notes - Lecture 53: Melatonin, Pineal Gland, Endocrine System
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Nematology Endocrine System: Glands of the endocrine system are located throughout body. These glands produce steroid hormones, and peptide hormones. Steroid hormones are lip...

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NEM 10V Lecture Notes - Lecture 56: Nematology, Soil Texture, Carbon Cycle
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Nematology Plants: Rhizosphere Soil is a mixture of several different components including: 1. organic matter, 2. water ...

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NEM 10V Lecture Notes - Lecture 57: Nematology, Marchantiophyta, Sporophyte
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Nematology Non-Vascular Plants: Land plants are thought to have evolved from green algae in the following sequence 1. bryophytes, 2. seedless vascular plants, 3. gymnosperms, 4. ...

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NEM 10V Lecture Notes - Lecture 58: Sporophyte, Gametophyte, Transpiration
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Nematology Gymnosperms: Seed plants began to dominate the land as a result of two major reproductive adaptations. Pollen freed seed plants from the requirement for water in rep...

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NEM 10V Lecture Notes - Lecture 45: Extracellular Fluid, Pulmonary Vein, Gas Exchange
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Nematology Circulatory System: The human heart has four chambers and pumps blood through two circuits. The pulmonary circuit carries oxygenpoor blood from the right ventricle through the pulmonary artery to the pulmonary ...

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NEM 10V Lecture 48: Digestive System
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Nematology Digestive System: Primary functions of the digestive system are the breakdown of food, called digestion, and absorption of nutrients. Digestion begins in the mouth where the teeth break food into smaller particl...

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NEM 10V Lecture Notes - Lecture 42: Titanium Dioxide, Dermis, Integumentary System
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Nematology Integumentary System: Our skin is formally known as the integumentary system. Skin has 3 main layers: 1. the epidermis 2. the dermis 3. hypodermis or subcutaneous layer. The functions of skin are: 1. protection,...

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NEM 10V Lecture 50: Urinary system
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Nematology Urinary system: The main function of the urinary system is to rid the body of excess water and unwanted solutes. Humans have two kidneys to filter blood and produce urine The composition and volume of the fluid ...

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