CHAPTER 2, PART 4

CHAPTER 2 PART 4 - THYMINE GUANINE CYTOSINE q “AT GEORGETOWN COLLEGE” MAINTAINING THE BODY WE NEED DNA TO TELL US HOW TO MAKE PROTEIN TO TELL

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CHAPTER 2,   PART 4 PSY 223 SPRING  2012
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HOW TO HELP THOSE IN  “MENTAL HOSPITALS” 1)   INSULIN THERAPY 2)  LOBOTOMY (OUT OF  CONTROL,PAIN) 3)  ELECTROCONVULSIVE  SHOCK 4)  DRUGS WHICH HELP  BRAIN
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THE EVOLUTION OF  CHLORPROMAZINE q PHENOTHIAZINES:  1880, WORM MEDICINE q 1940s  DANIEL BOVET  ANTIHISTAMINES q HISTAMINES LOWERS BLOOD PRESSURE q HENRI LABORIT, SURGEON q PATIENTS SLEEPLY, LESS AGITATED, NOT  CONFUSED q CHLORPROMAZINE, TURNS OFF SENSORY  ONSLAUGHT OF SENSORY INPUT
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TREATMENT OF  SCHIZOPHRENICS q  CALMING OF SCHIZOPHRENICS AND  THEY CAN BE RELEASED q  STARTED IN US ABOUT 1954 q  PATIENTS CHANGE FROM RAGING,  COMBATATIVE AND UNSOCIAL PEOPLE TO  COOPERATIVE, FRIENDLY AND CHEERFUL  PEOPLE q  MORE PEOPLE DIAGNOSED, BUT FEWER  IN MENTAL HOSPITALS
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WALTER FREEMAN MENTAL HOSPITALS ELECTRICAL  STIMULATION FOR  ANESTHESIA NO STERILE  CONDITIONS
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USE OF  ELECTROCONVULSIVE  SHOCK (ECT) FOR  DEPRESSION
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ANESTHESIA TOOTH GUARD MUSCLE RELAXANT SHORT SEIZURE ACTIVITY UP TO 80% EFFECTIVE
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FRANCIS  CRICK AND  JAMES  WATSON  TAKE A WALK 1953
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JAMES WATSON AND  FRANCIS CRICK  1953  DOUBLE HELIX
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q X-RAY DIFFRACTION q BASES, ADENINE, 
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Unformatted text preview: THYMINE, GUANINE, CYTOSINE q “AT GEORGETOWN COLLEGE” MAINTAINING THE BODY WE NEED DNA TO TELL US HOW TO MAKE PROTEIN TO TELL US WHEN AND WHERE TO MAKE THINGS WHAT TO DO IN THE PARK DNA READER READS YOUR GENETIC MATERIAL. PUT YOUR HAND ON SCREEN AND DNA WILL BE WRITTEN ON SCREEN RIBOSOME CAFÉ A VARIETY OF MEALS, FULL OF PROTEIN TO GIVE YOU ENERGY FOR THE DAY THE CELL MEMBRANE SECURITY GUARDS. LETS IN GOOD THINGS AND KEEP OUT BAD THINGS 1) DNA UNRAVELS 2) MESSENGER RNA TRANSCRIBES 3) MRNA ATTACHES TO RIBOSOME 4) TRANSFER RNA GRABS AMINO ACIDS 5) PROTEIN IS FORMED WHICH SPERM WILL GET LUCKY? SPERM CONTAINS--X CHROMOSOME--Y CHROMOSOME EGG CONTAINS--X CHROMOSOME SCIENCE IS SELF-CORRECTING 1) FUNCTION OF DNA TO MAKE PROTEINS 2) ONE GENE MAKES ONE PROTEIN 3) DOMINANT GENE ALWAYS WINS 4) HUMANS HAVE 100,000 GENES NO, ENHANCERS NO INACTIVATION NO, ONLY 20,000 HOMO SAPIENS MOVE OUT OF AFRICA MITOCHONDRIAL DNA...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course PSY 223 taught by Professor Charleskutscher during the Spring '12 term at Syracuse.

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CHAPTER 2 PART 4 - THYMINE GUANINE CYTOSINE q “AT GEORGETOWN COLLEGE” MAINTAINING THE BODY WE NEED DNA TO TELL US HOW TO MAKE PROTEIN TO TELL

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