1) This pedigree depicts the inheritance of a rare hereditary disease affecting muscles.
What is the most likely mode of inheritance of this disease?
Synaptic transmission (for cholinergic, adrenergic (2nd messenger), and GABAergic
1. AP reaches synaptic end bulb
2. Voltage regulated Ca+ gates open
3. Ca+ moves into cell
4. Ca+ leads to exocytosis of synaptic vesicles
5. ACh diffuses across s
Functions of Bones:
Support & protect soft tissues
Attachment site for muscles making movement possible
Storage of minerals, calcium & phosphate mineral homeostasis
Blood cell production occurs in red bone marrow (hemopoiesis)
Energy storage in yello
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Association, commissural, projection fibers
Association: fibers between gyri in same hemisphere. Tract extends vertically from brain
to spinal cord forming internal capsule.
Commissural: Tracts cross
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2. For my primary literature assignment, I chose the topic of genetic mutation. The reason I chose
genetic mutation is because, when I was in high school I remember briefly learning about DN
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The element present in all organic molecules is
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1. Humans and mice differ because
A) their cells have different small organic molecules.
B) their cells make different typ
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1. A localized group of organisms that belong to the same species is called a
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Why are water molecules are polar?
Water molecules are polar because the electrons of the polar covalent bond spend more time by the oxygen than the
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it has four valence electrons which can form many covalent bon
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-Is polar as a result of the electrons spending more times near
the electronegative oxygen atom
-Can form Hydrogen bonds with water molecules, helping
dissovle organise compounds su
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1. In a single molecule of water, two hydrogen atoms are bonded to a single oxygen atom by
A) hydrogen bonds.
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1. List the four major classes of macromolecules.
Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, Nucleic Acids
2. Distinguish between monomers and polymers
Monomers are the small molecules that make up
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response to environment
. . evolutionary adaptation
What are 7 properties of life? reproduction
growth and development
Anatomy and physiology affect your life everyday
Anatomy is the oldest medical science
Physiology is the study of function
Study strategies crucial for success
Attend all lectures, labs, and s
Brain and Cranial Nerves
The central nervous system (CNS) includes the brain, located in the cranial cavity, and the
spinal cord, located in the vertebral canal.
Evolution. The spinal cord has changed very little, while the brain has changed a
Chapter 5 Quiz Bio 231 Professor Salti
1) The basement membrane is found between
A) Epithelium and connective tissue.
B) Epithelium and extracellular material.
C) Epithelium and intracellular material.
D) Extracellular material and intracellular material.
Quiz Chapter 6:
1) The least common but most deadly type of skin cancer is
a) Basal cell carcinoma.
b) Squamous cell carcinoma.
d) Skin lymphoma.
e) Skin sarcoma.
2) Which of the following is not an accessory structure of the ski
I chose the topic of mammography because it is a specialty that I am interested in going into. I
have known multiple women who have had breast cancer, so I think that it is necessary to discu
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1. 3 places that dont have hair: lips, palms of hands, soles of feet. They dont have hair
because there are no hair follicles. The epidermis is much thicker in these areas and hair
follicles do cannot grow. These areas are h
1. Which of the following best describes the second law of Thermodynamics?
[a] The useful energy of a system will decrease
[b] Entropy is proportional to energy
[c] Energy is neither created nor destroyed
[d] Energy is the ability to do work
[e] There are
1. Epithelial tissue has the highest rate of mitosis because it most susceptible to
abrasions and has to replenish more often. For example the skin receives the most
damage and has to multiply at a much faster rate than other tissues that are
Lecture exam 2
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3) Which of the following inhibits platelet aggregation
Wrong answer: C) Thomboxane A2
Correct answer: A) Prostacyclin
Lecture notes: Prostacyclin: inhibits platelet aggregation and opposes the stimulatory
Lecture exam 1
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8) Memories that can be voluntarily retrieved and verbally expressed are called
Wrong answer: B) Reflexive Memories
Correct answer: A) declarative memories
Lecture notes: Declarative memories are long term
Sensory receptors monitor conditions inside and outside the body. Somatic sensory
informations reach sensory processing center in the cerebrum or cerebellum. Visceral
sensory informations reach reflex centers in the diencephalon and brain s
Pre-lab Ex 29
Use exercise 29A to answer the following questions.
1. Identify the following types of leukocytes.
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2. Determine the percentage of RBCs in the hematocrit tube below. Is this a normal value
for a mal