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YORKKINE 2011Gillian WuFall

KINE 2011 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Electrochemical Gradient, University Of Manchester, Lipid Bilayer

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9 Dec 2012
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Nerve & muscle undergo transient & rapid changes in their membrane potential. Tissues: nerve & muscle, change resting potential to produce electrical s
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YORKKINE 2011Gillian WuFall

KINE 2011 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: United World Wrestling

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29 Oct 2011
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YORKKINE 2011Gillian WuFall

KINE 2011 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Wxlm, Wvva

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29 Oct 2011
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YORKKINE 2011Gillian WuFall

KINE 2011 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Citric Acid Cycle, Cell Membrane, Monocarboxylate Transporter

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29 Mar 2014
54
Three people from netherlands hans lipphershey , hans and zachrias janssesn (who were father and son) are given credit for inventing microscope. Larger
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YORKKINE 2011Gillian WuFall

KINE 2011 Chapter Notes -Infectious Mononucleosis, Fibrin, Hemostasis

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17 Oct 2012
33
8% of total body weight is from blood (5l female; 5. 5l in males) Consist of plasma and either erythrocytes, leukocytes or platelets: rbc"s and wbc"s =
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YORKKINE 2011Gillian WuFall

KINE 2011 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Sphingolipid, Glycogen, Purine

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21 Sep 2013
63
Kin 2011 will cover the chemical, cellular, tissue, and organ functions in the human body. Food + o2 food + o2 co2 + h2o + energy co2 + waste. Outside
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YORKKINE 2011Gillian WuFall

KINE 2011 Chapter Notes -Cell Adhesion Molecule, Fluid Mosaic Model, Lipid Bilayer

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12 Nov 2012
31
Ch 3: the plasam membrane and membrane potential. Phospholipids: the most abundant lipid in the membrane (have a non-polar tail and polar heads: made o
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YORKKINE 2011Gillian WuFall

KINE 2011 Chapter Notes -Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, Secretion, Citric Acid Cycle

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21 Sep 2012
28
Has ribosomes that bind to it when protein synthesis begins, so they are found in higher magnitudes in cells that need more protein secretion or cells
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YORKKINE 2011Gillian WuFall

KINE 2011 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Lipid Bilayer, Cell Adhesion Molecule, Cell Adhesion

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29 Mar 2014
40
Chapter 3 the plasma membrane & membrane potential. Plasma membrane: is an extremely thin layer of lipids and proteins that forms the outer boundary of
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YORKKINE 2011Gillian WuWinter

Chapter 1 Sildes Sildes from all of Dr. Wu's chapter 1

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16 Oct 2011
43
What is phys i about? (see course outline for objectives) Anatomy: study of the structure of the body, structure-function relationships of the body e.
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YORKKINE 2011Gillian WuFall

KINE 2011 Chapter Notes -Epithelium, Nervous Tissue, Muscle Tissue

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14 Sep 2012
21
Ch 1: homeostasis the foundation to physiology. Physiology: the study of the functions of living things. Teleological approach: explains bodily functio
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YORKKINE 2011Gillian WuFall

KINE 2011 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Alanine, Facilitated Diffusion, Osmotic Pressure

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6 Apr 2012
26
Desmosomes are most abundant in tissues that are subject to considerable stretching (skin) Tight junctions firmly bind with each other at points of dir
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