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BIPN 102 - BIPN 102 FALL 2011 TA NI MO QUESTIONS DONT...

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BIPN 102 – F ALL 2011 TA: N I M O Q UESTIONS ? D ON T HESITATE TO EMAIL ME ! JEFFNIMO @ GMAIL . COM F INAL E XAM ( POST MIDTERM 2 MATERIAL ) S TUDY G UIDE /L IST OF THINGS TO KNOW General Info: - Format: Multiple Choice - 60% of total grade - Material covered: Everything! Concepts/Misc. Appetite Regulation Know the different hormone/compound that regulate appetite, their sources, and any additional effects (refer to the table from my lecture notes) Metabolic Regulation Fasted State o Dominant hormone = glucagon o Know the stimuli, inhibitors, and effects of glucagon, including changes to any metabolic pathways and the enzymes involved Fed State o Dominant hormone = insulin o Know stimuli, inhibitors, effects, and metabolic pathway/enzyme changes Hypoglycemia o Know the symptoms, and know that it triggers sympathetic input Type I Diabetes o Know the cause of condition (nonfunctional β -cell no insulin secreted), symptoms (glucosuria, 3 “polys”, DKA) and their causes Type II Diabetes o
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  • Fall '06
  • Nefzi
  • dominant hormone, nonfunctional androgen receptors, β-3 adrenergic receptors, metabolic pathway/enzyme changes

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