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LIFESCI 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 48: Distal Convoluted Tubule, Proximal Tubule, Extracellular Fluid

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30 Nov 2016
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Tissue fluid and water balance: osmolarity of a solution is the moles of a osmotically active particles per liter of solvent, a 1 molar solution of glu
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UCLALIFESCI 2Esdin JosephFall

LIFESCI 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 38: Extracellular Fluid, Homeostasis, Vasoconstriction

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30 Oct 2016
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LIFESCI 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 41: Tectorial Membrane, Basilar Membrane, Cochlear Nerve

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29 Oct 2016
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Sensory cells: sensory cells transduce physical or chemical stimuli into action potentials, receptor cells, modified neurons, also known as transductio
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LIFESCI 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Purple Sulfur Bacteria, Electromagnetic Spectrum, London Academy Of Music And Dramatic Art

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29 Oct 2016
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Photosynthesis: the biochemical process by which plants convert light energy into chemical energy, it is the very basis of life on earth, its chemical
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LIFESCI 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 49: Seminiferous Tubule, Sertoli Cell, Leydig Cell

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30 Nov 2016
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Male reproductive organs: ureter, van deferens, urethra, epididymis, testis, scrotum. Spermatogenesis: occurs in the seminiferous tubule of the testes,
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LIFESCI 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5 and 9: Lipid Bilayer, Gap Junction, Membrane Transport Protein

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29 Oct 2016
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Cells communicate and are well anchored to each other. Cells are surrounded by interstitial fluid bathing them: maintaining constant concentrations of
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LIFESCI 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Covalent Bond, Carboxylic Acid, Alpha Helix

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29 Oct 2016
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Four major types of macromolecules are: proteins, carbohydrates, nucleic acids, and lipids: macromolecule: huge molecules in size. Very large molecule
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