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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeSummer

PSL300H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Pituitary Gland, Hypothalamus, Endocrine System

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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeSummer

PSL300H1 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Pituitary Gland, Hypothalamus, Endocrine System

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12 Oct 2018
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UTSGBIO230H1Christopher M YipWinter

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cyclin A, Cyclin E, Cyclin-Dependent Kinase 1

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10 Jun 2018
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Cell cycle the repeated duplication of the cell"s contents division of these components into two. Eukaryotic cell cycle involved: cell growth and chrom
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UTSGBIO230H1Christopher M YipWinter

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Receptor Tyrosine Kinase, Sh2 Domain, Sh3 Domain

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10 Jun 2018
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Enzyme-coupled receptors: receptor tyrosine kinase transmembrane protein which consists of two domains: extracellular domain which acts as a receptor a
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UTSGBIO230H1Christopher M YipWinter

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Adenylyl Cyclase, Electrochemical Gradient, Nitric Oxide Synthase

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10 Jun 2018
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UTSGBIO230H1Christopher M YipWinter

BIO230H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter All CHapters: Nucleotide, Noncoding Dna, Piwi

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10 Jun 2018
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All cells use dna for their hereditary code: all cells transcribe using rna, rna chains are flexible and can bend back on itself to connect segments gi
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UTSGBIO230H1Christopher M YipWinter

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Transmembrane Protein, Model Organism, Morphogen

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10 Jun 2018
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Within an embryo, 4 processes play out at the cellular and tissue level to essentially create the final organism. These processes are: cell proliferati
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UTSGBIO230H1Christopher M YipWinter

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Secretion, Cleavage Furrow, Epithelial Polarity

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10 Jun 2018
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Cells engage the extracellular space: communication with other cells, acquire resource. Need control and dynamic changes to the plasma membrane: cells
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UTSGBIO230H1Christopher M YipWinter

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Secretion, Ldl Receptor, Triskelion

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10 Jun 2018
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Polarized cell cell that has different ends ( polarized - different) (ex: nervous cell, epithelial cell); Three types of pathways: forward (biosyntheti
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UTSGBIO230H1Christopher M YipWinter

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Adherens Junction, Basal Lamina, Tight Junction

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10 Jun 2018
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Epithelial tissue - tissue in which cells are directly connected with minimal extracellular matrix beneath (ex: 60 % of our body, coats out organs, for
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UTSGBIO230H1Christopher M YipWinter

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Tectorial Membrane, Basilar Membrane, Epithelium

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10 Jun 2018
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Stem cells - undifferentiated biological cells that can differentiate into specialized cells and can divide (through mitosis) to produce more stem cell
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UTSGBIO230H1Christopher M YipWinter

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Nocodazole, Tubulin, Dynamin

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10 Jun 2018
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Has polarized (different) ends (-)-end and (+)-end. -tubulin and -tubulin monomeric proteins that make a heterodimer. If you look at the protofilament
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UTSGBIO230H1Christopher M YipWinter

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Paracrine Signalling, Signal Transduction, Quorum Sensing

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10 Jun 2018
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Examples of unicellular communication: quorum sensing in bacteria, mating in budding yeast, aggregation of ameboid cells. Cells receive signals in 2 ma
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UTSGBIO230H1Christopher M YipWinter

BIO230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Mammary Gland, Trophoblast, Blastocyst

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10 Jun 2018
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Morphogenesis the generatio of tissue shapes that form organs and bodies (basically, the creation of form of a cell; how cell gets shaped) Cell differe
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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeSummer

PSL300H1 Final: PSL300 Final Exam Review

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10 Jun 2018
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> tissues -> organs -> organ systems -> organisms -> populations of organisms. The process of maintaining a constant internal environment despite chang
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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeSummer

PSL300H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Male Reproductive System, Vas Deferens, Seminal Vesicle

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10 Jun 2018
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Testes produce gametes (sperm) this is where germ cells are stored; develop from the bipotential gonad differentiated into a testis descends into the s
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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeSummer

PSL300H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Insulin Receptor, Adrenal Medulla, Peptide Hormone

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10 Jun 2018
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Physiology is the study of how the body works. Negative feedback is when a change in a variable is reduced. Positive feedback is when a change in a var
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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeSummer

PSL300H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Fallopian Tube, Reproductive System, Oogonium

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10 Jun 2018
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Ovary - female gonad source of oocyte (egg: arose from the bipotential gonad in utero. See structures are not attached fimbriae finger projections. Egg
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Midterm: PSY100 Term Test 1 All Textbook Notes

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10 Jun 2018
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Embodied Cognition, Motivation, Sensory Memory

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10 Jun 2018
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Lecture 1: some fundamental insights of psychology (sept. 13. 2016) Why are you here: requirement for psych minor extrinsic, psych is interesting intri
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Ch1-13: PSY100 Readings Chapter 1-13 Notes

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10 Jun 2018
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Midterm: PSY100 Ch1-5 Summary

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10 Jun 2018
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Final: PSY100 Final Exam Review

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10 Jun 2018
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Lecture 1: psychological science: psychology > the scientific study of behaviour, thought, and experience, and how they can be affected by physical, so
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Episodic Memory, Semantic Memory, Semantic Network

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10 Jun 2018
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Stores: retain information in memory without using it for any specific purpose. Control processes: shift information from one memory store to another.
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UTSGPCL102H1Rebecca LaposaFall

PCL102H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Therapeutic Index, Indigestion, Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell

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8 Jun 2018
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Pcl102h1 spring 2013 the art of drug discovery. Lecture 16: clinical trials and the food and drug administration (f. d. a. ) Obstacles of change agents
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UTSGPCL102H1Rebecca LaposaFall

PCL102H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Chemical Space, Ovulation, Prodrug

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8 Jun 2018
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Pcl102h1 spring 2013 the art of drug discovery. Hallmarks of cancer: growth signal autonomy (overgrowth) 2: evasion of apoptosis (avoiding cell suicide
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UTSGSOC102H1Dan DoldermanFall

SOC102H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Ch1 Intro to Soc: The Communist Manifesto, Jon Porter, Scientific Revolution

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8 Jun 2018
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UTSGMGY277H1William NavarreWinter

MGY277H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Rheumatic Fever, Streptococcus, Complement System

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8 Jun 2018
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Define the terms primary pathogen, opportunist, and virulence. Primary pathogen is microbes or virus that cause disease in otherwise healthy individual
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UTSGMGY277H1William NavarreWinter

MGY277H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Measles, Haptoglobin, Mucosa-Associated Lymphoid Tissue

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8 Jun 2018
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Overview: overview of innate defences, first line of defences, cells of the immune system, cell communication. Innate immunity: protects against microb
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UTSGMGY277H1William NavarreWinter

MGY277H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Antigenic Variation, Escherichia Coli, Botulism

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8 Jun 2018
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Communicable- contagious; spread from one host to another: ex; measles, colds, flu, transmission determined by interactions between environment, pathog
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UTSGMGY277H1William NavarreWinter

MGY277H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mordant, Peptidoglycan, Biome

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8 Jun 2018
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Unit 2 the bacteria: define the terms magnification , resolution , contrast , and refraction and apply them when looking at an image from a microscope.
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UTSGMGY277H1William NavarreWinter

MGY277H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Catabolite Activator Protein, Vibrio, Phospholipid

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8 Jun 2018
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What they discovered/developed developed use of cowpox vaccine against small pox (first truly effective intervention against microbial disease) (cid:49
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UTSGMGY277H1William NavarreWinter

MGY277H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Single-Access Key, Microorganism, Prokaryotic Small Ribosomal Subunit

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8 Jun 2018
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Determining phylogeny of prokaryotes: difficult to apply same classification criteria, do not undergo sexual reproduction, relied heavily on phenotypic
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UTSGMGY277H1William NavarreWinter

MGY277H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lipid Bilayer, Catabolite Activator Protein, Repressor

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8 Jun 2018
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Magnification: the increase in the apparent size of the object compared to the size of the actual object: i. e. how much larger you made the object wit
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UTSGMGY277H1William NavarreWinter

MGY277H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dental Caries, Aerotolerant Anaerobe, Human Microbiota

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8 Jun 2018
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Microbial growth defined by increase in cell numbers, not cell size. Generation time: time it takes to double population. Influenced by environmental c
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UTSGMGY277H1William NavarreWinter

MGY277H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cranial Nerves, Syncytium, Inclusion Bodies

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8 Jun 2018
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Unit 3: the viruses: describe the physical and genomic features of viruses. Physical: a virus consists of genomic dna surrounded by a protein capsid co
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UTSGMGY277H1William NavarreWinter

MGY277H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Reverse Transcriptase, Trypsin, Retrovirus

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8 Jun 2018
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Unit 3: the viruses: describe the physical and genomic features of viruses. Physical: a virus consists of genomic dna surrounded by a protein capsid co
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UTSGMGY277H1William NavarreWinter

MGY277H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Enterobacteriaceae, Disaccharide, Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism

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8 Jun 2018
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Unit 8: antimicrobials and antimicrobial resistance: describe the discovery of antimicrobial drugs and antibiotics. First produced by chemists then by
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UTSGMGY277H1William NavarreWinter

MGY277H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Headache, Cryptosporidiosis, Trematoda

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8 Jun 2018
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Know the difference between an opportunistic and primary pathogen: opportunistic pathogens cause disease in immunocompromised individuals whereas. Prim
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UTSGMGY277H1William NavarreWinter

MGY277H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Non-Ionizing Radiation, Surgical Mesh, Mouthwash

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8 Jun 2018
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Sterilization: removal or destruction of all microorganisms so they can no longer multiply or revive. Sterile item is free of microbes including endosp
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