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BIOL 103 Human Biology
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Lectures Lecture materials are available at the following internet address: mycourses.geneseo.edu Click on: 201001-BIOL-103-01: Human Biology-Lec OR 201002-BIOL-103-02: Human Biology-Lec Course Materials Introduction and Organization Need help? Contact mycourses.geneseo.edu
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Testing your knowledge of the Concepts Page 18 (Chapter 1): Questions: 13-17 Page 63-64 (Ch. 3): Questions: 13-17, 22-24, 26, 27 Answers: Pages A-2 & A-3
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Supplemental Instruction Review Sessions Tuesday , Jan. 26, 7-8pm - Milne 109 Joanne Thursday , Jan. 28, 7-8pm - Milne 105 Gauri Sunday , Jan. 31, 6-7pm - Milne 109 Joanne & Gauri
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BIOL 103 01 BIOL 103 02 11.2% 8.2%
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Treeman (HPV/warts) http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=DStwXsmZ3OE warts
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Haemangioma – huge weeping facial tumor
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living cell
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No membrane around nucleus. Membrane around nucleus. Eukaryotic animal cell Page 48 in Mader
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Cells Why study cells? Cells are the foundation for understanding the multi cellular body
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Cell theory -- basic biological concept, i.e., all life occurs in cells and all cells come from pre-existing cells
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Homeostatic mechanisms, which regulate our internal environment, depend on cells Homeostasis is disrupted by El Tor, a cholera exotoxin, from Vibrio cholerae it causes a loss of water from cells by osmosis - massive, exhaustive diarrhea
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Vibrio cholerae
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Pathology = study of diseased cells R ed b lood c ell (RBC) counts help diagnose anemia. W hite b lood c ell (WBC) counts help diagnose allergies, infections, parasites, etc.
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RBC WBC RBC
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Pathology (cont.) Pap smear -- an examination of cells from the opening of the cervix (neck) of uterus.
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(neck) ___________
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Pathology (cont.) Biopsy -- taking group of cells (a piece of tissue) from the body. Done for He nrietta La cks in 1951. Cervical cancer cells were removed and cultured. HeLa cells are alive today and most studied in the history of science
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Cell size and shape 50 WBCs, side-by-side are the width of a period. One human ovum can be seen with the unaided eye. Chicken egg? Nerve cells: some with extensions over a meter long.
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RBC egg chicken egg?
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