Lecture1-2009W - c Membrane transport c Neuronal...

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BIOS 342/542 Principles of Physiology I (Winter, 2009) Physiology = Function / Mechanisms b The word "physiology physiology physiology physiology" written in Chinese, meaning "The study of the logic of life." Function / Mechanisms Biological Processes Physical & Chemical properties
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Human Brain c Higher brain function - cognitive - coordinated behavior etcE. c Consist of 100x10 9 neurons Sensory - motor coordination!
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Function Electrical / Chemical 70 Miles/hr = 30m/sec Biomembrane, a borderline of life Aquatic environment
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Topics of PPI Cellular Biomembrane c Cellular signaling
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Unformatted text preview: c Membrane transport c Neuronal communication c Motor (structure/function) c Energetics of living cells Textbook Animal Physiology, 2 nd Ed Richard W. Hill Gordon A Wyse Margaret Anderson 2008, Sinauer Associates Why are you studying physiology? b Its because you have toEE Motivation b Professional schools have found that success in a physiology course is a very good predictor for success in the health profession curriculum and practice!! Uniqueness of Physiology b Integration of chemistry & physics....
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2009 for the course BIOS 342 taught by Professor Tanda during the Spring '09 term at Ohio University- Athens.

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