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UT-DALLASBIOL 2312Wilson MichelleSpring

BIOL 2312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 50: Reabsorption, Hydrophiinae, Cloaca

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Chapter 50: osmotic regulation and the urinary system pt 1. Osmotic pressure is a measure of concentration difference. Osmotic movement of water goes f
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UT-DALLASBIOL 2312Wilson MichelleSpring

BIOL 2312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 45: Cytochrome C Oxidase Subunit Ii, Endometriosis, Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug

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1:23 pm: 45. 1: regulation of processes by chemical messengers. Intro: blood carries hormones to every cell in the body, but only those target cells wi
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UT-DALLASBIOL 2312Wilson MichelleSpring

BIOL 2312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 48: Bronchiole, Partial Pressure, Exhalation

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Nearly all reptiles, birds, mammals, amphibians has lungs. Lungs= site of oxygen diffusion into blood, co2 diffuses out. Direction of gas diffusion is
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UT-DALLASBIOL 2312Wilson MichelleSpring

BIOL 2312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 51: Monoclonal Antibody, Basophil, Mast Cell

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Have cd8 on their surface: helper t cells (th) Have cd4 on their surface: in order to be activated they have to first recognize fragments bound to mhc
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BIOL 2312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 46: Osteoporosis, Hamstring, Unit

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Hydrostatic skeletons use water pressure inside a body wall. Fluid filled cavity with circular and longitudinal muscles surrounding. Locomotion begins-
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UT-DALLASBIOL 2312Wilson MichelleSpring

BIOL 2312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 47: Portal Vein, Gastric Pits, Trypsinogen

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No specialization because every cell is exposed to all stages of food digestion. Specialization is when alimentary canal has separate mouth and anus. H
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UT-DALLASBIOL 2312Wilson MichelleSpring

BIOL 2312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 45: Acromegaly, Bronchiole, Rickets

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The cell response is dependent upon the type of g protein activated by the hormone"s receptor. Ex. ) epinephrine in liver: camp produced via adenylyl c
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UT-DALLASBIOL 2312Wilson MichelleSpring

BIOL 2312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 48: Carbonic Anhydrase, Red Color, Whole Blood

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48. 4- structures, mechanisms, and control of ventilation in mammals: lung structure and function supports the respiratory cycle: Visceral pleural memb
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UT-DALLASBIOL 2312Wilson MichelleSpring

BIOL 2312 Chapter 46: Chapter 46 Musculoskeletal System pt 2

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UT-DALLASBIOL 2312Wilson MichelleSpring

BIOL 2312 Chapter 51: Chapter 51 immune system pt 1

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The key for the immune system is distinguishing self from non self. Innate recognizes specific parts of molecules that are apart of pathogens. It is qu
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BIOL 2312 Chapter 49: The Circulatory System pt 2

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5:02 pm: 49. 5- characteristics of blood vessels: Blood leave heart---> arteries--->arterioles---> capillaries---> venules ---> veins---> heart. Larger
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BIOL 2312 Chapter Notes - Chapter 49: Sphygmomanometer, Superior Vena Cava, Heart Valve

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Platelets: not complete cells-- fragments of cells made in bone marrow. Transportation: rbc transport o2, nutrient molecules by plasma, metabolic waste
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