lec 1 introduction.pptx

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6/11/11 1 Physiology, homeostasis, integrators and signal transduction Review: energy and cells Review: structure of a cell Review: chemical reactions Review: from genes to proteins Introduction to the Recitation section of this course Introduction to the 1-credit optional Laboratory course Introduction 01 The goal of these two lectures is to review pre-requisite material for this course and to provide students with an overview of the material to be covered in the course The sections for this lecture are: (slides related to each of these topics are labeled with the topic heading) (approximately) Topic # Topic lecture, recitation and laboratory Silverthorn Week 1 to week 4 Topic #1 Introduction (pre-requisite material) 1 - 5 lectures, reci- tations, labs, review, exam1 Membranes (pre-requisite material) 1 - 5 Topic #2 Homeostasis and Signal Transduction 6 Endocrine Communication and the Endocrine System 7 Neural Communication and the Sensory System 8 - 11 Topic #3 Muscle, Muscle Contaction and their Regulation 12 - 13 Week 5 to week 8 Topic #4 Basic Physiology of the Cardiovascular System 14 - 17 lectures, reci- tations, labs, review, exam2 Topic #5 Basic Physiology of the Respiratory System 18 Topic #6 Basic Physiology of the Renal System 19 - 20 Week 9 to week 12 Topic #7 Basic Physiology of the Gastrointestinal System 21 lectures, reci- tations, labs, review, exam3 Regulation of Organic Metab, Growth, Energy Balance 21 - 23 23 - 25 Topic #8 From Sexual Differentiation to Adult Reproduction 26 Neuroendocrine Control of Reproductive Cyclicity 26 Topic #9 Biological Clocks in Animal Health and Production 1 - 26 Week 13 to week 14 Topic #10 1 - 26 lectures, reci- tations, labs, review, exam4 Physiology of Animal Growth and Muscle Production 1 - 26 Physiology of Animal Exercise, Training and Racing 1 - 26 1 – 26 Course Outline
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6/11/11 2 Physiology Course (from cell to system) Physiology Course “Organ Systems of the Body”
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6/11/11 3 Physiology Life is a series of chemical reactions occurring in compartmentalized environments. The main purpose of life is to keep itself alive Physiology, the study of how life works, is based on simultaneous occurrence of these 3 concepts: levels of organization structure / function relationship homeostatic regulation Physiology levels of organization structure - function homeostatic regulation life as seen from conceptual ideas of everyday structures to control systems
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6/11/11 4 Physiology life as seen from black boxes diagrams of biological elements to control systems Life is a series of chemical reactions occurring in compartmentalized environments. The main purpose of life is to keep itself alive.
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course ANIMALSCIE 11 06 300 taught by Professor Advis during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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lec 1 introduction.pptx - 6/11/11 01 Introduction The goal...

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