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Circulatory Systems

Circulatory Systems

Circulatory Systems. Transport & Maintenance. Circulatory Systems. transport to & from tissues nutrients, O 2 ; waste, CO 2 hormones maintain electrolyte balance of intercellular fluid transport to/from homeostatic organs small intestine delivers nutrients

By Roberta
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Circulatory Systems

Circulatory Systems

Circulatory Systems. Transport & Maintenance. Circulatory Systems. transport to & from tissues nutrients, O 2 ; waste, CO 2 hormones maintain electrolyte balance of intercellular fluid transport to/from homeostatic organs small intestine delivers nutrients

By liam
(249 views)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Chapter 49. Table of Contents. Section 1 Neurons and Nerve Impulses. Section 1 Neurons and Nerve Impulses. Chapter 49. What is a neuron?. The scientific name for a nerve cell is made up of a cell body, dendrites, and axons.

By paul
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Neuroscience

Neuroscience

Neuroscience. Crystal Sigulinsky Neuroscience Graduate Program University of Utah crystal.cornett@utah.edu. Housekeeping Notes. Posting lectures online Writing Assignment Listed as #4 due Monday July 7 th July 6 th = Monday Office hours

By Pat_Xavi
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Plant Growth and Development II

Plant Growth and Development II

Plant Growth and Development II. "It is at the edge of a petal that love awaits.” ...William Carlos Williams. apical/basal, axial. SAM. embryogenesis. RAM. primary growth. Leaf Primordia. ?. ?. ?. Stem Tissues. 2 o Growth. ?. primary growth. Structure/Function.

By halil
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Cardiac Muscle and Heart Function

Cardiac Muscle and Heart Function

Cardiac Muscle and Heart Function. Cardiac muscle fibers are striated – sarcomere is the functional unit Fibers are branched; connect to one another at intercalated discs . The discs contain several gap junctions Nuclei are centrally located Abundant mitochondria

By matthias
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Chapter 48/49

Chapter 48/49

Chapter 48/49. Nervous Systems. The human brain contains an estimated 100 billion nerve cells, or neurons Each neuron may communicate with thousands of other neurons Complex information processing network is at work. Different neurons do different things.

By rance
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FERTILIZATION

FERTILIZATION

FERTILIZATION. Fertilization. The process by which the sperm initiates and participates, with the egg, in the development of the embryo. What are the factors that affect the sperm ’ s potential for successfully fertilizing the egg?.

By awentia
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Unit A: The Nervous and Endocrine Systems

Unit A: The Nervous and Endocrine Systems

Semester 2 - 2015. Redding Biology 30 Semester 2. Unit A: The Nervous and Endocrine Systems. Chapters 11, 12 & 13 McGraw Hill Ryerson. Chapter 11 The Nervous System. Redding – Unit A Biology 30. Structures & Processes of the Nervous System.

By overton
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Physiological Psyc

Physiological Psyc

Physiological Psyc. Ch.2. Cells of the Nervous System. The nervous system is composed of two types of cells, neurons and glia . Neurons. Cells which receive and transmit information to other cells. The human brain contains approximately 100 billion neurons.

By kapono
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Nervous System

Nervous System

Nervous System. Functions and Divisions of the nervous system. The nervous system has three basic functions: Sensory input: gathering information. Integration: interpreting sensory input and what to do with it.

By brooklyn
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Nervous System

Nervous System

Nervous System. Brain, spinal cord, efferent and afferent neurons Pattern of information flow:. Receptor Afferent path Integration Efferent Path Effect. Central Nervous System (CNS). Main cell types are neurons and glial cells. Typical Arrangement of Neural Connections.

By burian
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Section 2 Electrophysiology of the Heart

Section 2 Electrophysiology of the Heart

Section 2 Electrophysiology of the Heart. Two kinds of cardiac cells 1, The working cells. Special property: contractility 2, Special conduction system, including the sinoatrial node, atrioventricular node, atrioventricular bundle (bundle of His), and Purkinje system.

By velvet
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Passive Electrical Properties of the Neuron

Passive Electrical Properties of the Neuron

Passive Electrical Properties of the Neuron. Reference: Eric R. Kandel: Essentials of neural Science and Behavior. P149 - 159 . I. Equivalent Circuit of the Membrane and Passive Electrical Properties. Equivalent Circuit of the Membrane and Passive Electrical Properties.

By mabyn
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Membrane Transport of Small Molecules and the Electrical Properties of Membranes

Membrane Transport of Small Molecules and the Electrical Properties of Membranes

Membrane Transport of Small Molecules and the Electrical Properties of Membranes. Chapter 11, Molecular Biology of the Cell Jin-Chung Chen.

By abiola
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Chemical synapses: post-synaptic mechanisms

Chemical synapses: post-synaptic mechanisms

Chemical synapses: post-synaptic mechanisms. Postsynaptic Membranes and ion channels . Ligand gated ion channels – a review. Resting K + channels : responsible for generating the resting potential across the membrane

By hilde
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Membrane potential

Membrane potential

Membrane potential. Resting membrane potential Action potential End plate potential Synaptic potential Excitatory post synaptic potential Inhibitatory post synaptic potential. Resting membrane potential potential. Resting Membrane Potential. GENESIS OF RESTING MEMBRANE POTENTIAL

By dewei
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The Nervous System

The Nervous System

The Nervous System. Signal Transduction Pathway. Reception, Transduction, Response Ligand is the fancy word for signaling molecule. Energy can be in the form of ions. Step 1: Reception… What 3 words must you say?. Step 2: Transduction. Step 3: Response… Which is usually?.

By gusty
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Passive Properties of Axons: The neuron described as a wire.

Passive Properties of Axons: The neuron described as a wire.

Passive Properties of Axons: The neuron described as a wire. Passive processing or cable properties. Power point taken (in part) from Fundamental Neuroscience, 3 rd Ed. Squires, Berg, Bloom, du Lac, Ghosh & Spitzer, Academic Press (Elsevier), 2008. Areas of Neural Processing.

By kara
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Membrane potentials

Membrane potentials

Membrane potentials. Huan Ma (马欢), PhD Department of Physiology Room 515, Block C, Research Building School of Medicine, Zijingang Campus Email: mah@zju.edu.cn Tel: 88208068. OUTLINE. Resting potential Graded potential Action potential Refractory period. Electrocardiogram ECG.

By nasya
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