Get 2 days of unlimited access
at University of Delaware

Textbook Notes for Biological Sciences at University of Delaware (UD)

  • 269 Result
  • About UD

UDBISC106Rohe BenjaminSpring

BISC106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Cerebrospinal Fluid, Dura Mater, Pia Mater

OC8302923 Page
26
Central nervous system: brain and spinal cord; integrates all voluntary and involuntary nervous functions. Peripheral nervous system: keeps cns in cont
View Document
UDBISC103Safran CatherineFall

BISC103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13.3-13.4: Sister Chromatids, Spindle Apparatus, Genetic Variation

OC15246553 Page
3
View Document
UDBISC276SafranFall

BISC276 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor, Acetyl-Coa, Synaptic Vesicle

OC22617565 Page
0
Nervous system= a network of billions of nerve cells linked together in a highly organized manner to form the rapid control system of the body. Neurons
View Document
UDBISC276SafranFall

BISC276 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8.1: Central Nervous System, Peripheral Nervous System, Action Potential

OC15246553 Page
0
Crash course in human anatomy and physiology https://www. youtube. com/watch?v=qpix_x-9t7e https://www. youtube. com/watch?v=ozg8m_lda1m https://www. y
View Document
UDBISC300Cooper CarltonFall

BISC300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Prokaryotic Large Ribosomal Subunit, Flagellin, Lysis

Eukaryotic microbes can be divided into 2 major groups: protists and fungi; protists are very diverse. 5. 1 eukaryotic cells are diverse but share some
View Document
UDBISC276SafranFall

BISC276 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.4: Leptin, Iodine Deficiency, Thyroid

OC15246552 Page
0
View Document
UDBISC276SafranFall

BISC276 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.4: Placenta, Adipose Tissue, Independent Community And Health Concern

OC15246552 Page
0
Blood calcium levels are a tightly regulated by homeostasis to maintain normal muscle contraction. Pth secreted when blood calcium gets too low. Acts o
View Document
UDBISC207David RadenFall

BISC207 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Nuclear Lamina, Nucleolus, Nuclear Membrane

OC18095083 Page
0
Chapter 7: prokaryotic cell structures, the most prominent structure is the chromosome. Most bacterial and archaeal species have a single, circular chr
View Document
UDBISC208Safran CatherineSpring

BISC208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 36: Heart Valve, Coronary Circulation, Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery

OC8922978 Page
3
Single cellular organism- uses diffusion/osmosis to effectively transport nutrients, gases, and water. Multicellular organism- also uses diffusion/osmo
View Document
UDBISC276SafranFall

BISC276 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Sympathetic Ganglion, Autonomic Ganglion, Postganglionic Nerve Fibers

OC22617562 Page
0
Chapter 11: efferent division- autonomic and somatic motor control. Autonomic neurons: control smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, many glands, some adipose
View Document
UDBISC207AllFall

BISC207 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12-14: Deoxyribose, Recombinant Dna, Dna Replication

OC8610263 Page
11
View Document
UDBISC276SafranFall

BISC276 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Posterior Pituitary, Anterior Pituitary, Pituitary Gland

OC22617563 Page
0
Hormones act on target cells by: o o o. Controlling transport of ions or molecules across cell membranes. Hormone= chemical secreted by a cell or group
View Document
Showing 1 — 12 of 269 result

Textbook Notes (270,000)
US (100,000)
UD (1,000)
BISC (200)