Review Sheet 4-1 (fourth sheet for first test).
1. Know what ribosomes are made of and generally how they interact with
mRNA and t-RNA to make proteins. Is energy required? If so, in what
a) Ribosomes are the components of cells that make
Review Sheet 3-2 including but not past slide 11-22 on the sliding filament hypothesis
for exam 2.
* page 602 for more info about GH (chapter 16= endocrine system)
Hormonal Control of Bone Growth and Development ( continued)
What other hormones
Review Sheet 1-1
Defining human anatomy and physiology etc.
-What is anatomy?
Anatomy is the study of the form of the body (form)
And Physiology is the study of function in the body (function)
-How are the two linked?
They can be linked together becaus
Bio 319: Exam 4 Notes
Load muscles with creatine will have more shuttles running= more CP= CP
stores can undergo more activity
More creatine can have dangerous effects on the body ?
Anything extra will produce more nitrogenous waste that kidneys ha
1. To make a muscle, individual muscle fibers are organized into fasicles
2. A motor neuron, together with all of the individual muscle fibers that it
innervates is called a motor unit
3. The smaller the muscle unit, the finer the control of movement in t
1. A loud sound or something flying at your eye that makes you
blink is an example of a? simple reflex
2. a tap on the tendon under the kneecap produces the knee-jerk or
_ reflex. Myotatic
3. A _ _ _ like the stretch (_)
reflex is produced via single syna
What are Chargaffs rules?
o any cell of all organisms should have a 1:1 ratio (base Pair Rule)
of pyrimidine and purine bases and, more specifically, that the amount of
guanine is equal to cytosine and the amount of adenine is equal to thymine.
KINE 306 Functional Anatomy for CoachesSpring 2014
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Acetabulum The socket of the hip joint. This is the place where the three pelvic bones (ilium,
ischium and pubis) meet and are fused together.
Articulation A joint or junction between bones. Example: The shoulder joint is the articu
Determining the Membrane Potential:
Pump is pumping the ions against their concentration gradient causing an
unequal distribution of ions. This protein which is the rock of keeping sodium
in much higher concentrations on the outside of the cell than on t
Tissues Associated with
3. Ligaments and Tendons
Each of these tissues is important to the
structure and function of the body. Each
also responds and adapts differently to
Bio 319: 501
Introduction to PowerLab
1- What is being recorded by the pulse transducer is the circumferential difference in the
patients finger as a result of the pulsing characteristics of arteries in the finger. By
Human Anatomy & Physiology CELLS I.
Timothy P. Scott, Ph.D.
INTRODUCTION - Cells are the smallest units of life - Cells made of carbon, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen, and other trace elements - Average size is 10 m (ranges from 2 m to 1 m) CELL MEMBRANE AND