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YORKBIOL 2021Julie ClarkWinter

BIOL 2021 Lecture Notes - Nuclear Localization Sequence, Nuclear Export Signal, Nuclear Pore

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Only have plasma membrane; so one compartment only. Cytoplasm includes organelles (mitochondrion) found in cytosol. Ribosome: found in cytosol and atta
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YORKBIOL 2021Julie ClarkWinter

BIOL 2021 Lecture Notes - Electrochemical Gradient, Membrane Transport, Lipid Bilayer

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Biol 2021- march 17 2009- lecture chapter 11. Chapter 11- membrane transport of small molecules and electrical properties of membranes. The lipid bilay
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YORKBIOL 2021Julie ClarkWinter

Ch. 11 - Membrane Transport of Small Molecules - Part 2 Summary of chapter and lecture on membrane transport of small molecules, part 2. Includes illustrations and graphics.

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Undergoes conformational change; can be open or closed. When open, channel acts as a selectivity filter (permits some inorganic ions to pass but not ot
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YORKBIOL 2021Julie ClarkWinter

Ch. 17 - Cell Cycle Part 2 A summary of the chapter and lecture notes on the cell cycle, part 2. Includes illustrations and graphics from the textbook.

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M-cdk activation causes all early events in mitosis. Activation of m-cdk: increase m cyclin gene expression. Cdk activating kinase (cak) puts on an act
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YORKBIOL 2021Julie ClarkWinter

BIOL 2021 Lecture Notes - Tight Junction, Transcellular Transport, Cell Adhesion

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Chapter 19: cell junctions, adhesion and extracellular matrix. Used in connective tissue; matrix of fibrous polymers causes stress: cell-cell adhesion
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YORKBIOL 2021Julie ClarkWinter

BIOL 2021 Lecture Notes - Affinity Chromatography, Column Chromatography, Lipid Bilayer

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Cell prep: collect tissues , grow cells in culture. In vitro: in glass; in vivo: in life conditions. Requires immortalizing (using mutations, virus) to
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YORKBIOL 2021Julie ClarkWinter

BIOL 2021 Lecture Notes - Dark Field Microscopy, Optical Microscope, Bright-Field Microscopy

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16 Oct 2011
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Review cell structure (chapter 8 & 9) No internal membrane- prokaryotes only have plasma membrane. Bacteria have cell wall, cell membrane, ribosomes an
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YORKBIOL 2021Julie ClarkWinter

BIOL 2021 Lecture Notes - Glycosylphosphatidylinositol, Lipid Bilayer, Membrane Protein

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Biol 2021 march 12 2009- lecture- chapter 10. Membrane proteins perform most of the membranes specific tasks and therefore give each type of cell membr
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YORKBIOL 2021Julie ClarkWinter

BIOL 2021 Lecture Notes - Guanylyl Cyclase, Sh2 Domain, Cyclic Nucleotide

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Binding directly or indirectly through a cyclic nucleotide. Ii cis retinal (light isomerisation)-> all trans retinal. Activates cyclic gmp phosphodiest
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YORKBIOL 2021Julie ClarkWinter

BIOL 2021 Lecture Notes - G0 Phase, Chromosome Segregation, Gene Duplication

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All cells come from pre existing cells. Cell cycle = cycle of a cell growth and division. Replicate chromosomes and segregate to daughter cells. S phas
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YORKBIOL 2021Julie ClarkWinter

BIOL 2021 Lecture Notes - Protein Kinase A, Adenylyl Cyclase, Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate

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Of all drugs are targeted to these receptors/pathways. Always a multipass transmembrane protein with a 7 membrane span (passes through the. Take signal
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YORKBIOL 2021Julie ClarkWinter

BIOL 2021 Lecture Notes - Tuberculosis, Coiled Coil, Transmission Electron Microscopy

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Chapter 16 part 2: motor proteins and cell movement. Two heavy chains and 2 light chains. Found in muscles -> muscle thick fibers. On microtubules and
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YORKBIOL 2021Julie ClarkWinter

Ch. 15 - Cell Communication - Part 1 A summary of the chapter and lecture notes on cell communication. Includes illustrations and graphics from the textbook.

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Communication between cells is mediated mainly by extracellular signal molecules. Figure 15-1: a simple intracellular signalling pathway activated by a
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YORKBIOL 2021Julie ClarkWinter

BIOL 2021 Lecture Notes - Intermediate Filament, Globular Protein, Cytoskeleton

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Gives cell strength, shape, movement of cells. Gene sequences are conserved (gene sequences are similar in all species) Rigid, forms trackways which ve
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YORKPSYC 1010Rebecca JubisWinter

PSYC 1010 Lecture Notes - Detection Theory, Psychophysics, Retina

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16 Oct 2011
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Sensation: the process whereby our sensory organs gather information from the outside world. Perception: the process whereby the brain interprets and o
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YORKPSYC 1010Rebecca JubisWinter

PSYC 1010 Lecture Notes - Type A And Type B Personality Theory, Circulatory System

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A disruption in psychological and physiological functioning that occurs when an event is perceived as a threat to our goals and when we cannot cope wit
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YORKPSYC 1010Rebecca JubisWinter

PSYC 1010 Lecture Notes - Intellectual Disability, Diagnostic And Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders, Personality Disorder

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Mental illnesses should be treated like physical illnesses. 4 major criteria for defining abnormal behaviour: statistical frequency, deviation from soc
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YORKPSYC 1010Rebecca JubisWinter

PSYC 1010 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Content Validity, Factor Analysis, Criterion Validity

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A standardized measure of a sample of behaviour. Intelligence tests: used to assess intellectual potential: aptitude tests: used to assess potential of
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YORKPSYC 1010Rebecca JubisWinter

PSYC 1010 Lecture Notes - Operant Conditioning, Psychotherapy, Thematic Apperception Test

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Insight therapies ( talking therapies): behaviour therapy any therapy that"s based on learning principles, biomedical therapies. Assumptions: maladapti
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YORKPSYC 1010Rebecca JubisWinter

PSYC 1010 Lecture Notes - Opponent Process, Disinhibition, Thalamus

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Components of motivation: drive or arousal, goal-directed behaviour. Theories of motivation: freud"s notion of life/death instincts, sociobiological vi
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YORKPSYC 1010Rebecca JubisFall

PSYC 1010 Lecture Notes - Corpus Callosum, Action Potential, Autonomic Nervous System

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Argues that to understand behaviour, we must examine the brain and nervous system. An underlying assumption is that for every thought or behaviour, the
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YORKPSYC 1010Rebecca JubisFall

PSYC 1010 Lecture Notes - Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning, Contiguity

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This approach tries to identify antecedents and consequences of behaviour. 3 types of learning: classical conditioning, operant or instrumental conditi
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YORKPSYC 1010Rebecca JubisFall

PSYC 1010 Lecture Notes - Social Influence

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Two general areas of social psychology: social cognition: the study of the way we perceive and evaluate others. Attempts to study first impressions, st
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YORKPSYC 1010Rebecca JubisFall

PSYC 1010 Lecture Notes - Hypnic Jerk, Slow-Wave Sleep, Lucid Dream

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It picks up brain waves (brain activity), by detecting the electromagnetic radiation with electrodes on the head. After experimentation, it was discove
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YORKPSYC 1010Rebecca JubisWinter

Memory Lecture covering memory. Topics include: cognitive vs. behaviouristic approach, information processing approach to memory, working memory model, short term memory, and long term memory. Some diagrams included.

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Cognitions occur between the stimulus and response. These cognitions are deliberations, such as predictions, expectations, interpretations, and evaluat
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YORKPSYC 1010Rebecca JubisFall

PSYC 1010 Lecture Notes - Erogenous Zone, Phallic Stage, Electra Complex

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Unconscious it has no contact with reality. Irrational & amoral: reflex activity, primary process thinking (you fantasize about the object that will re
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YORKPSYC 1010Rebecca JubisFall

PSYC 1010 Lecture Notes - Naturalistic Observation, Confounding, Sampling Bias

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Consists of a set of written questions that are used to determine people"s attitudes, beliefs or behaviours. In order to generalize from the sample to
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