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Lecture of October 12

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Michael Kim, Sabrina Lauredent, Leynette Reyes Lecture of October 12, 2010 I. Homeostasis : -Steady state; keeping a variable within a normal range. -Homeostasis does NOT mean proprioception- the ability to figure out where your body is in space (balance) An example is Module 26.7 page 26 II. Biological Molecules/Organic -Are Proteins, Lipids, Carbohydrates, and Nucleic Acid; of which are made up of polymers (having several parts) -Proteins are made of amino acids (monomers) -Lipids consist of fatty acids and glycerol -Carbohydrates consist of monosaccharides (single sugars) -Types of monosaccharides are glucose, gelactose, fructose and ribose
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Unformatted text preview: -Sucrose however is a disaccharide Other polysaccharides include starch and cellulose -Nucleic Acids are consist of monomers called nucleotides III. Homeostasis (cont.)-Reviewing mod 26.7-muscles store and use glycogen -positive feedback makes more insulin-negative feedback stops making insulin IV. Endocrine vs. exocrine-Endocrine system involves the hormones; beta cells secrete insulin in to the circulatory system. Michael Kim, Sabrina Lauredent, Leynette Reyes-Exocrine system is made up of acini cells, and insulin goes into a duct...
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