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UWBIOL373Vivian DayehWinter

BIOL 373 - Completed Notes.doc

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Introduction: ok let"s start out really basic. Electrical signals: changes in a cell"s membrane potential. This type of communication is the majority o
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UWBIOL373Heidi EngelhardtSummer

Unit 7 - Metabolism and Energy Balance - Full Textbook Notes

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Satiety centre: stops food intake by inhibiting feeding centre. Glucostatic theory: glucose metabolism by hypothalamic centers regulates food intake. W
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UWBIOL373Heidi EngelhardtWinter

BIOL373 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19-20: Angiotensin, Cvcc, Acidosis

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UWBIOL373Heidi EngelhardtSummer

BIOL373 Chapter Notes -Noxious Stimulus, Vestibular Nerve, Cyclic Guanosine Monophosphate

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Special senses: visions, hearing, taste, smell and equilibrium. Somatic senses: touch, temperature, pain, itch, and proprioception. Proprioception: the
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UWBIOL373Heidi EngelhardtSummer

Unit 6 - Digestive System - Full Textbook Notes

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The gastrointestinal tract (gi tract) is a long tube passing through the body: the lumen and its contents are actually part of the external environment
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UWBIOL373Heidi EngelhardtSummer

BIOL373 Chapter Notes -Cardiac Output, Red Blood Cell, Hypotension

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Chapter 20: integrative phys ii fluid and. Water and ions can be excreted via the kidneys, feces, sweat, and lungs. Water and sodium are associated wit
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UWBIOL373Heidi EngelhardtSummer

BIOL373 Chapter Notes -Somatostatin, Thyroid, Lymphocyte

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Functions that fall under hormonal control are: growth and development, metabolism, regulation of the internal environment (temperature, water balance,
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UWBIOL373Heidi EngelhardtSummer

BIOL373 Chapter Notes -Choroid Plexus, Dorsal Root Ganglion, Arachnoid Granulation

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First multicellular animals to develop neurons were cnidaria, the jellyfish and sea anemones: nervous system consists of a nerve net composed of sensor
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UWBIOL373Heidi EngelhardtSummer

BIOL373 Chapter Notes -Barr Body, Late-Onset Hypogonadism, Finasteride

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Puberty: the period when a person makes the transition from being non-reproductive to being reproductive. Humans have internal fertilization, mating an
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UWBIOL373Heidi EngelhardtWinter

BIOL373 Chapter Notes -Ureter, Homeostasis, Reabsorption

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Urine: fluid waste produced by the kidneys (cid:224) reflects the functioning of the body: first step to examining is to determine its colour, dark yel
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