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Drug Treatment Choice in Older Adults with Urinary Incontinence

Drug Treatment Choice in Older Adults with Urinary Incontinence

Drug Treatment Choice in Older Adults with Urinary Incontinence. Catherine E. DuBeau, MD Professor of Medicine Director, Geriatric Continence Clinic Co-Director, Urology Resident Geriatric Education Program. Disclosures. Pfizer Astellas Novartis. Factors in Management - Ease of Use.

By sandra_john
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The Cell and Its Environment

The Cell and Its Environment

The Cell and Its Environment. Spring 2010. What is a cell?. A cell is the basic unit of living things. Some living things are composed of only one cell and are called UNICELLULAR organsims. Organisms that have many different cells are called MULTICELLULAR organisms.

By elina
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Cell Structure

Cell Structure

Cell Structure. Chapter 3. Examples of Cells. 3.2 What, Exactly, Is a Cell?. Cells are the fundamental units of all life All cells start life with a plasma membrane, cytoplasm, and a region of DNA which, in eukaryotic cells only, is enclosed by a nucleus. Cell Structure.

By valiant
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Ch. 8 Membrane Structure & Function

Ch. 8 Membrane Structure & Function

Ch. 8 Membrane Structure & Function. Membrane Structure and Function. The plasma membrane controls traffic into and out of the cell it surrounds It is selectively permeable – allows some substances to cross it more easily than others

By arich
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Chapter 36 Transport in Plants

Chapter 36 Transport in Plants

Chapter 36 Transport in Plants. For vascular plants the evolutionary movement onto land involved the differentiation of the plant body into roots and shoots Vascular tissue transports nutrients throughout a plant; this transport may occur over long distances. Transport Scale/Distance.

By azuka
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Day 1

Day 1

Day 1. Homeostasis. All living things respond to their environments. Remember living things are made of cells that contain carbon. Homeostasis is the maintenance of stable internal conditions in a changing environment .

By abby
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Biochemistry of the liver

Biochemistry of the liver

Biochemistry of the liver. Vladimíra Kvasnicová. The figure was adopted from http://faculty.washington.edu/kepeter/119/images/liver_lobule_figure.jpg (April 2007). The figure was adopted from http://connection.lww.com/Products/porth7e/documents/Ch40/jpg/40_003.jpg (April 2007).

By bessie
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The Plasma Membrane -

The Plasma Membrane -

The Plasma Membrane -. Gateway to the Cell. Photograph of a Cell Membrane. Cell Membrane. The cell membrane is flexible and allows a unicellular organism to move. Homeostasis. Balanced internal condition of cells Also called equilibrium

By julianne
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Endocrine System II

Endocrine System II

Endocrine System II. First, Let’s Compare Some General Aspects of the Nervous and Endocrine Systems. Nervous vs. Endocrine Systems. Communication nervous - both electrical and chemical endocrine - only chemical Speed and persistence of response

By mairi
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BIO 105

BIO 105

BIO 105. Cell Membranes. Cell Membranes. Cell Membranes. The eukaryotic cell possesses many membranes The outer membrane is called the plasma membrane . Many organelles are bounded by membranes…..ER, mitochondria, Golgi, nucleus All membranes have similar properties. Plasma Membrane.

By eldon
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Protein: Amino Acids

Protein: Amino Acids

Protein: Amino Acids. Amino Acids. Amino Acids. Nonessential amino acids a.k.a dispensable amino acids Essential amino acids a.k.a indispensable amino acids Conditionally essential amino acids. An Essential Amino Acid. Nonessential Amino Acids. Proteins. Peptide bond. Proteins.

By stavros
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Biochemistry of hormones derived from amino acids and proteins

Biochemistry of hormones derived from amino acids and proteins

Biochemistry of hormones derived from amino acids and proteins. Alice Skoumalová. Content Definition of peptide hormones Common features: synthesis, interactions with receptors at the cell surface Groups of peptide hormones

By philyra
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Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Chapter 5. 0. The Working Cell. Conservation of Energy. Energy is defined as the capacity to perform work. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. Potential energy is stored energy. Machines and organisms can transform kinetic energy to potential energy and vice versa.

By nitsa
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Cell Composition

Cell Composition

Cell Composition. 70-90% water Organic chemistry key to the construction of cells is inherently linked to the properties of water vs. organic compounds Consider 4 groups of monomers (a single, repeated ‘building block’): Sugars Fatty Acids Nucleotides Amino Acids. Polysaccharides Lipids

By jacqueline
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Macromolecules

Macromolecules

Macromolecules. Basic Types. Storage Structural Informational. How to Build a Macromolecule. Stepwise addition of monomers Generally add via a condensation rxn. How to Build, con't. Monomers must be activated Energy for activation generally from ATP Build in one direction

By hieu
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Membrane Structure and Function

Membrane Structure and Function

Membrane Structure and Function. Membrane Function. Membranes organize the chemical activities of cells. The outer plasma membrane forms a boundary between a living cell and its surroundings Exhibits selective permeability Controls traffic of molecules in and out. Membrane Function.

By tucker
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I. Cell Shape and Size

I. Cell Shape and Size

© 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. I. Cell Shape and Size. 3.1 Cell Morphology 3.2 Cell Size and the Significance of Smallness. Figure 3.1. Spirochete. Coccus. Hypha. Stalk. Rod. Budding and appendaged bacteria. Spirillum. Filamentous bacteria. © 2012 Pearson Education, Inc.

By yazid
(384 views)

Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. A View of the Cell. Cell Theory. CD-ROM Before microscopes, people thought diseases were caused by curses and supernatural spirits They had no idea microorganisms, such as bacteria and viruses existed When the microscope was invented, scientists discovered cells exist

By gwendolyn
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BITO-111 BIOTECHNOLOGY

BITO-111 BIOTECHNOLOGY

BITO-111 BIOTECHNOLOGY. Ayesha Masrur Khan November 2013. Applications of Biotechnology. Applications of Biotechnology (cont’d). Pollution prevention.

By arav
(177 views)

Cell Transport

Cell Transport

Cell Transport. Honors Biology. Cell transport. Cells transport substances across the cell membrane either without using energy (passive ) or with energy (active ). Passive Transport. 2 Main Types: Diffusion and Osmosis

By jed
(149 views)

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