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Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids - Lehninger Chapter8

Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids - Lehninger Chapter8

Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids - Lehninger Chapter8. 8.1 Basics 8.2 Structure 8.3 Chemistry 8.4 Nucleotide Function . 8.1 Basics. Building Blocks Canonical and Minor Bases Phosphodiester bonds Naming and Drawing Base Stacking and Pairing. Building Blocks.

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Conditions and More Web Form Fields

Conditions and More Web Form Fields

Conditions and More Web Form Fields. Conditions. if (then) else Syntax. if. (. ). Boolean expression. {. instructions if expression is true (then). }. else. {. instructions if expression is false. }. Example. Check age. < 59. >=59 and <65. >65. Gotta Work!. Early Retirement?.

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ISM conditions in low z QSOs

ISM conditions in low z QSOs

ISM conditions in low z QSOs. background. Star formation, AGN activity and the ISM Quasi-stellar objects (QSO) : are the most energetic AGN and are thought to be an important phase of massive galaxy evolution. photodissociation region (PDR). PDR. PDR is created by UV radiation

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PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY

PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY

PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY. Explanation of behaviour that refer to the body systems – cells, muscles, blood, hormones and the nervous system. PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY. Miranda Psychology. Physiological Psychology STRESS. Section 1 Stress as a bodily response. Section 3

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Physiological Characteristics

Physiological Characteristics

Metabolism = sum of all chemical reactions in a cell Catabolism = breakdown Output of energy Anabolism = synthesis Input of energy. Enzymes = proteins that catalyze reactions Coenzymes = enzymes that assist NAD (niacin) FAD (folic acid) Coenzyme A Exoenzyme s = excreted enzymes

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Physiological Metronome

Physiological Metronome

Physiological Metronome. Adam Pala, Ben Fleming, Cole Drifka , Jeff Theisen. Clients: Dr. Bill Fahl, Dept. of Oncology Vanessa Young, Carnegie Mellon music student Advisor: Dr. Paul Thompson, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering. Background. Metronomes provide time or rhythm to musicians

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Physiological Approaches

Physiological Approaches

Physiological Approaches. Electrodermal Activity (EDA): Skin Conductance. Most obtained by electrodes or sensors placed on the skin surface. Advantage: Noninvasive, no discomfort. Disadvantage: Movement constrained. Electrodermal activity:

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Physiological Adaptation

Physiological Adaptation

Physiological Adaptation. Life in the Lab. Physical Variables. Temperature Drosophila The knock-down time increased fourfold after 18 generations Also saw increases in flight time There was a shift in the niche E. coli

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Physiological Psychology

Physiological Psychology

Physiological Psychology. Biological Rhythms. What is a bio-rhythm?. Which of the following diagrams would you consider to be showing a rhythmic pattern?. What is a biological rhythm?. A periodic change in the behaviour or physiology of animals and plants

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Physiological Recovery

Physiological Recovery

Physiological Recovery Aims to restore the performer to pre-exercise or competition levels in the shortest possible time.

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Physiological Variability

Physiological Variability

John Doyle Experiments. Ben Recht Theory/computation. Physiological Variability. Control and dynamical systems Caltech. My interests. Multiscale Physics. Core theory challenges. Network Centric, Pervasive, Embedded, Ubiquitous. Systems Biology.

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