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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 52 pages long!)

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12 Oct 2017
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Blood does not have collagen and fibers typically found in other connective tissues. Buffy coat: a thin whitish layer, which contains leukocytes that p
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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Regulatory T Cell, Cytotoxic T Cell, Humoral Immunity

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22 Jun 2017
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Active vs passive humoral immunity, naturally and artificially acquired immunity, as well as primary and secondary immune responses. Active humoral imm
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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Monoclonal Antibody, Gamma Globulin, Lymph Node

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22 Jun 2017
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Clonal selection of b cells and t cells. First encounter between an antigen and a naive immunocompetent b lymphocyte. Usually occurs in the lymphoid or
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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Antigen-Presenting Cell, Adaptive Immune System, Mhc Restriction

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22 Jun 2017
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What occurs during inflammation, 4 cardinal signs of inflammation. Inflammation is triggered whenever the body tissues are injured by physical trauma,
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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Natural Killer Cell, Adaptive Immune System, Phagocyte

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22 Jun 2017
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Ch:20: phagocytes, nk cells, antimicrobial proteins, and fever to the functioning of innate defenses. Phagocytes: white blood cells that ingest and dig
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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Natural Killer Cell, Adaptive Immune System, Humoral Immunity

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22 Jun 2017
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1st line of defence -skin and mucosae. Skin and mucous membranes , and their secretions: Keratin is resistant to weak acids and bases, bacterial enzyme
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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Reticular Connective Tissue, Lymphatic System, Lamina Propria

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22 Jun 2017
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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Oncotic Pressure, Lymphatic Vessel, Extracellular Fluid

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22 Jun 2017
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If lymphatic system fails so does the cardiovascular system. Returns fluid that have leaked from the vascular system back to the blood. Consists of: of
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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Pulmonary Circulation, Coronary Circulation, Pulmonary Artery

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22 Jun 2017
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Myogenic controls the systemic blood pressure for individual organs, so it does not fluctuate and. Myogenic control (physical control) controlling the
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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Mean Arterial Pressure, Angiotensin, Hypotension

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22 Jun 2017
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Thee direct and indirect (renin-angiotensin-aldosterone) mechanisms for renal control of blood pressure. Unlike short term mechanisms that controls blo
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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Vasomotor Center, Venous Blood, Baroreflex

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22 Jun 2017
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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Vascular Permeability, Tunica Media, Tight Junction

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22 Jun 2017
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The structure and general function of the major types of blood vessels. Arteries: carry blood away from the heart (branches) Elastic arteries: thick wa
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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Second-Degree Atrioventricular Block, Ventricular Fibrillation, Qrs Complex

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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Electrical Conduction System Of The Heart, Resting Potential, Pacemaker Potential

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22 Jun 2017
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Length of absolute refractory period (when na+ channels are still open or inactivated): Contraction can last 15-100 ms with brief refractory periods of
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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Inferior Vena Cava, Superior Vena Cava, Left Coronary Artery

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22 Jun 2017
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The myocardium is too thick to allow diffusion and allow nutrients in, the heart receives its nutrients through the coronary circulation. Left coronary
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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Pulmonary Circulation, Serous Fluid, Heart Valve

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22 Jun 2017
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The second heart sound (the dup of the lub-dup) is caused by closure of the semilunar valves. The external and internal anatomy of the heart. The heart
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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Anticoagulant, Hemolytic Disease Of The Newborn, Coronary Circulation

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25 May 2017
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Leukemia: over population of leukocytes, cancerous cells fill red bone marrow, crowding other cell lines. Leukemia is quickly advanced if it derives fr
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MRUBIOL 1221TjandraWinter

BIOL 1221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Blood Vessel, Humerus, Hematocrit

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25 May 2017
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Blood does not have collagen and fibers typically found in other connective tissues. Buffy coat: a thin whitish layer, which contains leukocytes that p
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MRUENTR 2301Anne StoneWinter

ENTR 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Fax, Target Market, Value Chain

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29 Dec 2016
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* look for the gaps in the market. * expertise- hang around those with creative minds. * hang around creative people, those that are different than me.
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MRUNURS 1112Darlene Dawson, Heather Bensler, Shelly Stanhope- GoodmanFall

NURS 1112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1,2: Occupational Safety And Health, Dysarthria, Aphasia

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21 Dec 2016
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Elements of nurse"s professional relationships: nurse-patient relationship: the patient"s needs take priority of the nurse"s needs. This can strengthen
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MRUNURS 1112Darlene Dawson, Heather Bensler, Shelly Stanhope- GoodmanFall

NURS 1112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25, 29: Health Promotion, Role Theory, Role Conflict

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13 Dec 2016
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Components of self-concept: identity: involves the internal sense of individuality, wholeness, and consistency of a person over time in various circums
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MRUNURS 1112Darlene Dawson, Heather Bensler, Shelly Stanhope- GoodmanFall

NURS 1112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 35, 45: Urinary Tract Infection, Tendon Sheath, Common Peroneal Nerve

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13 Dec 2016
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Abduction: movement of an extremity away from the midline of the body. Adduction: movement of extremity toward the midline of the body. Circumduction:
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MRUNURS 1112Darlene Dawson, Heather Bensler, Shelly Stanhope- GoodmanFall

NURS 1112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 47: Nociceptor, Calibration, Pain Scale

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13 Dec 2016
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MRUNURS 1112Darlene Dawson, Heather Bensler, Shelly Stanhope- GoodmanFall

NURS 1112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 40: Calibration, Sleep Deprivation, Excessive Daytime Sleepiness

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13 Dec 2016
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3. drugs and substances, lifestyle, emotional stress, the physical environment, exercise and fatigue, food and caloric intake. Insomnias (acute-less th
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MRUNURS 1112Darlene Dawson, Heather Bensler, Shelly Stanhope- GoodmanFall

NURS 1112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 39, 42: Gingival Recession, Hernia, Transferrin

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13 Dec 2016
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MRUNURS 1112Darlene Dawson, Heather Bensler, Shelly Stanhope- GoodmanFall

NURS 1112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 43, 44: Colorectal Cancer, Kegel Exercise, Suppository

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13 Dec 2016
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Structures of the upper and lower urinary tracts: upper: kidneys and ureters; lower: bladder and urethra. Relies on the coordinated effort of the bladd
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MRUNURS 1112Darlene Dawson, Heather Bensler, Shelly Stanhope- GoodmanFall

NURS 1112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 37, 46: Melanin, Sunburn, Integumentary System

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13 Dec 2016
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4 functions of skin and implications for nursing care of each: the skin protects against disease causing organisms senses pain temperature, and touch,
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MRUNURS 1112Darlene Dawson, Heather Bensler, Shelly Stanhope- GoodmanFall

NURS 1112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Valsalva Maneuver, Pelvic Floor, Detrusor Urinae Muscle

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4 Dec 2016
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Urinary elimination: millions of nephrons in the kidney, urine travels along the ureters. Control of micturition: (urine output, ability to pee) 1500 1
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MRUNURS 1112Darlene Dawson, Heather Bensler, Shelly Stanhope- GoodmanFall

NURS 1112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Sensory Overload, Sensory Deprivation, Hearing Aid

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4 Dec 2016
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How your mind is thinking will impact our overall health. Behaviour, appearance (ex: arrived to class wearing two pairs of shoes, came inappropriately
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MRUNURS 1111Lisa Semple, Jocelyn LehmanFall

NURS 1111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Body Image, Nursing Process, Headache

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4 Dec 2016
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Experience of an individual with severe headaches, doctor makes the patient feel that she wasted resources in coming into the hospital although followi
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MRUBIOL 1220Margot WilliamsFall

[BIOL 1220] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 36 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
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Digital images of biology 1220 lab models are available at: wwwacad. mtroyal. ca/adc/biol1220/index. php. This site is only for students registered in
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MRUNURS 1112Darlene Dawson, Heather Bensler, Shelly Stanhope- GoodmanFall

[NURS 1112] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (61 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
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Collaborative partnerships: describe the essential ingredients of a collaborative partnership: sharing power, being non-judgemental and accepting, bein
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MRUNURS 1111Lisa Semple, Jocelyn LehmanFall

[NURS 1111] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 46 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
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Vocabulary: metaparadigm the knowledge that we need as nurses to do our work, comprised of knowledge that is needed to understand clinical situations,
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MRUBIOL 1220Margot WilliamsFall

BIOL 1220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Knee, Plane Joint, Posterior Cruciate Ligament

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6 Nov 2016
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Chapter 8-joints lab: objective: identify the bones of the appendicular skeleton and name the important landmarks. importance of these differences: Des
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MRUBIOL 1220Margot WilliamsFall

BIOL 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Gross Anatomy, Nutrient Canal, Bone Remodeling

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6 Nov 2016
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Cartilage grows in: collagen fibers have great tensile strength appositional-cells secrete matrix against the external face of existing cartilage. Sesa
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MRUBIOL 1220Margot WilliamsFall

BIOL 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Microvillus, Lipid Bilayer, Nucleolus

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6 Nov 2016
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List in order the stages of the cell cycle and mitosis and briefly describe. Mitosis & dna replication what happens during each one: cell cylcle: Mitos
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MRUBIOL 1220Margot WilliamsFall

BIOL 1220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Earwax, Sodium Chloride, Melanocyte

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6 Nov 2016
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Chapter 5: integumentary system: name the cells that make up the epidermis and briefly describe the function(s) of each. Describe the changes that occu
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MRUBIOL 1220Margot WilliamsFall

BIOL 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Hematopoietic Stem Cell, Elastic Cartilage, Neuroglia

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6 Nov 2016
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Describe the types of connective tissue found in the body and their characteristic. Location:skin; around blood vessels, muscles and body organs. Funct
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MRUBIOL 1220Margot WilliamsFall

BIOL 1220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Stratified Squamous Epithelium, Mesothelium, Simple Squamous Epithelium

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6 Nov 2016
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Tissue: groups of cells that are similar in structure and function. Stratified epithelia: 2 or more layer of cells: list the four basic tissue types in
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MRUBIOL 1220Margot WilliamsFall

BIOL 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Phospholipid, Peroxisome, Passive Transport

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6 Nov 2016
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Cell: basic structure and functional unit of living organisms-contains all the parts to survive in an ever changing world: formed of carbon, hydrogen,
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