Textbook Notes for Biomedical Sciences at University of Guelph (U OF G)



U OF GBIOM 3200Nicole CampbellWinter

BIOM 3200 Chapter Notes -Resting Potential, Schwann Cell, Axoplasmic Transport

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14 Apr 2014
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U OF GBIOM 2000Idont RememberFall

BIOM 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: Small Intestine, Coldwater Fish, Multinucleate

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13 Apr 2015
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U OF GBIOM 3200Jennifer MonkSpring

BIOM 3200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Muscularis Mucosae, Submucous Plexus, Simple Columnar Epithelium

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11 Jun 2016
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Within the lumen of the gastrointestinal tract food molecules are hydrolyzed into their monomers. The monomers then pass through the inner layer (mucos
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U OF GBIOM 3200Tarek SalehSummer

BIOM 3200 Chapter 8-9: BIOM 3200 Week 10 The Nervous System

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17 Oct 2017
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Identify the major neurotransmitters families in the cns and ans. Identify all of the components of a reflex arc. The cns consists of the brain and spi
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U OF GBIOM 3200Jennifer MonkSpring

BIOM3200 Chapter 12-13: Unit 8

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11 Jun 2016
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Cardiac muscle & skeletal muscle, is striated and contains sarcomeres that shorten by sliding of thin and thick filaments. Skeletal muscle requires ner
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U OF GBIOM 3200Jennifer MonkSpring

BIOM 3200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: 5-Alpha-Reductase Deficiency, Seminiferous Tubule, Mesonephric Duct

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16 Aug 2016
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A particular gene on the y chromosome induces the embryonic gonads to become testes. The embryonic testes secrete testosterone, which induces the devel
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U OF GBIOM 3200Tami MartinoWinter

BIOM 3200 Chapter Notes - Chapter all: Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction, Zona Fasciculata, Zona Glomerulosa

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23 Nov 2017
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Endocrine: claude bernard originator of modern physiology, homeostasis: remaining relative internal consistency, despite changing external environment.
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U OF GBIOM 3200Tarek SalehSummer

BIOM 3200 Chapter 7,12: BIOM 3200 Week 9 Synaptic Transmission & Muscle Physiology

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17 Oct 2017
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By the end of this unit you should be able to: describe the stages of neuron impulse transmission for both chemical and electrical synapses. Identify m
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U OF GBIOM 3200Tarek SalehSummer

BIOM 3200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Intestinal Villus, Stomach, Intestinal Epithelium

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17 Oct 2017
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By the end of this unit you should be able to: In digestion, the gastrointestinal tract turns large molecules (polymers) into small molecules (monomers
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U OF GBIOM 3200Jennifer MonkSpring

BIOM 3200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Lauren Graham, Intrapleural Pressure, Transpulmonary Pressure

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11 Jun 2016
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3 functions: ventilation = a mechanical process called breathing. oxygen concentration of air is higher in the lungs than in the blood and oxygen diffu
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U OF GBIOM 3200Jennifer MonkSpring

BIOM 3200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Thyroid Hormone Receptor, Steroid Hormone Receptor, Hormone Response Element

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16 Aug 2016
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Lack the ducts that are present in exocrine glands. Secrete their products (biologically active molecules-hormones), into the blood. The blood carries
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U OF GBIOM 3200Tami MartinoWinter

Biom3200 unit 3.docx

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1 Aug 2014
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Cranial nerves that arise from the brain. Spinal nerves that arise from the spinal cord. Brain: composed of neurons and support cells. Sensory peripher
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