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Mediterranean Ecosystems: Biodiversity and Conservation

Lec 5 E109.docx

Lec 5 E109—Using Nernst equation and Communication, feedback loops,...

University of California - Irvine
Biological Sciences
BIO SCI E182
lec 8.docx

e109 10/17/12 (Wedn before midterm) Myelin sheath-fast conducti...

University of California - Irvine
Biological Sciences
BIO SCI E182
lec 9.docx

e109 lecture muscle cells—the OTHER electrically excitable cell m...

University of California - Irvine
Biological Sciences
BIO SCI E182
Lec 6.docx

E109 Oct 10 Wednesday Lecture Feedback loops and control systems ...

University of California - Irvine
Biological Sciences
BIO SCI E182
Lec 4.docx

Lec 3 Oct 5 Water movement -Water moves from lower osmolarity to...

University of California - Irvine
Biological Sciences
BIO SCI E182
Lec 7.docx

e109 Ch. 8 Continued Neurons Graded Potentials -Graded: means not...

University of California - Irvine
Biological Sciences
BIO SCI E182
Lec 3.docx

e109 Monday oct 3 -there is nothing pushing molecules down a conc...

University of California - Irvine
Biological Sciences
BIO SCI E182
lec 26.docx

e109 12/5/12 Fig 22...

University of California - Irvine
Biological Sciences
BIO SCI E182
lec 22.docx

e109 11/26/12 lec 22 Physiology in the news Excreted Tamifl...

University of California - Irvine
Biological Sciences
BIO SCI E182
lec 25.docx

e109 12/3/12 lec 25 Carbohydrates break down into monosaccharides ...

University of California - Irvine
Biological Sciences
BIO SCI E182

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