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UTSGPSL301H1Michelle FrenchWinter

PSL301H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Circulatory System, Sodium-Calcium Exchanger, Cytosol

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19 Feb 2014
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UTSGPSL300H1Alison BuchanFall

PSL300H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter (All required for MIDTERM 2 and FINAL EXAM): Anterior Chamber Of Eyeball, Ciliary Muscle, Referred Pain

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12 Dec 2016
6
The cns is divided into gray matter and white matter (p. 293) Cns is composed of neurons and supportive glial cells: interneurons are those neurons com
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UTSGPSL280H1C.WittnichFall

PSL280H1 Chapter Notes -Pinniped, Thoracic Cavity, Multifidus Muscle

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19 Nov 2012
65
Move them like birds do in flight. Allows for fast swimming with the capability to do tight turns butinstable fore limbs have twice the sa than the pel
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiFall

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Sodium-Potassium Alloy, Electrochemical Gradient, Active Transport

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6 Nov 2012
40
Central nervous system (cns): consists of the brain and spinal cord. Receives and processes information from sensory organs and the viscera to determin
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiWinter

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Baroreceptor, Capillary Pressure, Microvillus

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29 Mar 2013
45
Kidneys filter blood, and produce urine (fluid that is eliminated from the body). Urine contains metabolic by-products and other substances properly de
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UTSGPSL300H1Alison BuchanFall

PSL300H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter (All required for MIDTERM 1): Soft Tissue, Sex Organ, Cortical Reaction

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12 Dec 2016
4
Body monitors key functions to maintain homeostasis: regulated variables: bp, glucose, etc must be in a particular range to remain health, control mech
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiFall

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Catechol, Tetrahydrocannabinol, Enteric Nervous System

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6 Nov 2012
36
Electrical synapses: operate by allowing electrical signals to be transmitted from one neuron to another through gap junctions. Chemical synapses: oper
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiWinter

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Basal Metabolic Rate, Sympathetic Nervous System, Gluconeogenesis

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29 Mar 2013
25
The thyroid gland is a butterfly-shaped structure located on the ventral surface of the trachea. Calcitonin regulates ca levels in the blood. The 4 par
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UTSGPSL440Y1Doug HutchinsonWinter

PSL440Y1 Chapter 10, 13: PSL440 Textbook Notes

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17 Apr 2016
40
Nociceptors unspecialized nerve cell endings that initiate sensation of pain. Adelta group axons myelinated (fast), c fiber group axons unmyelinated (s
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UTSGPSL201Y1Yue LiWinter

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate, Hormone Response Element, Mast Cell

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29 Mar 2013
29
Gap junctions link adjacent cells and arm formed by plasma membrane proteins, called connexins that form. The movement of ions through gap junctions el
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UTSGPSL201Y1Michelle FrenchFall

PSL201Y1 Chapter Notes -C3B, Exocytosis, Red Blood Cell

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15 Jan 2013
43
Lecture 3 innate immunity (text book and lecture notes complied) (black-textbook and red- lecture notes added) Mast cells: found in skin and mucosal ep
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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeSummer

PSL300H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Hormones: Endometrium, Vasoconstriction, Thyrotropin-Releasing Hormone

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8 Jun 2018
0
Activate enzymes involved in glycolysis, glycogenesis and lipogenesis, inhibit enzymes for glycogenolysis, glycogenesis and lipolysis. Increase uptake
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