Fifield 1 Jennifer Fifield Doc Linda Martin-Morris Biology 100 October 8, 2007
CASE STUDIES C2 10/08/2007
What changes in the brain make a drug addictive? Long-term loss of dopamine neuron electrical activity Changes in biochemical makeup of the br
Biology 100 Case Studies (07/08) Case Study 3 Drug Safety? How are the drugs we are "allowed" to use determined to be safe? And among the drugs that are more restricted are they necessarily unsafe? An overview of Liska chapter 3 is a great place t
Case Study II - Physostigmine
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I. Introduction - Jennifer A. What physostigmine is used for [what can be treated with it]? B. How is physostigmine a smart drug? C. Mention qu
Biology 100 Study Guide, Week 1 Study guides will be published weekly (near the end of the week). They will be available on line at the Biology 100 Web site: http:/protist.biology.washington.edu/biol100 USE THESE GUIDES WISELY! They will really help
Study Guide, Week II
I. VOCABULARY - Practice USING these words, applying them correctly to course material. Don't waste your time memorizing definitions. While there will be matching on the exam, we will not use glossary definitions to
Study Guide, Week III
I. Lab and Case Studies. Yes, we will cover both on exams. A. Review the minute paper prompt and review the wrap up comments made in lecture upon the completion of case 1 what did we hope you would learn from doin
The estimated number of ecstasy users in the U.S. is over 1.9 million, compared to nicotine which is used by over 71.5 million people.
Bella Estes. Samantha Riley. Jennifer Fifield. Terra Magnuson. Ecstasy creates a release of nonepinephrine, which d
Leshner, Alan I. "Oops: How Casual Drug Use Leads to Addiction." National Institute on Drug Abuse. National Institutes of Health. 6 Oct. 2007 <http:/www.nida.nih.gov/> . "Ecstasy." Brown University Health Education. 16 May 2006. Brown University. 6 O
Case Study II - Physostigmine SCRIPT
Good morning and welcome to Drugs With Jenn. Today's featured drug will be physostigmine. We'll be talking to two different characters, as well as the opportunity to chat with a specialist on the drug.
Fifield 1 Jennifer Fifield Professor Linda Martin-Morris Biology 100 6 November 2007
Exam I - White Version Test Corrections
4. Hypothalamus - K. If a drug binds here it could make you overheat. I found this answer in my Lab Manual on page 20 where
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Physostigmine reverses cognitive dysfunction caused by moderate hypoxia in adult mice.
Bekker A, Haile M, Gingrich K, Wenning L, Gorny A, Quartermain D, Blanck T. Department of Anesthesiology, New York Univer
Study Guide 5 - Biology 100 I. A big connection can be made between the stimulant lab you just finished and case study2. This connection will be tested on the final in a fairly significant way. It involves careful consideration of experimental design
I. Lab and Case Studies. Yes, we will cover both on exams. II. KNOW your student ID number! II. VOCABULARY Polygenic, contributing allele, branch diagram Pedigree, Twin study, concordance, selection study Addiction III. Polygenic inherita
Study Guide 6 - Biology 100 I. GOpost credit will count if you submit your one required post by Sunday 12/5. We don't advise you to put off that long, however! II. VOCABULARY Antidepressants (SSRIs, MAO-Is, tricyclics), serotonin, monoamine, monoamin
Biology 100 Case Studies (07/08) Case Study 2 Smart Drugs? Are there drugs that make you smarter? Do they work for everyone? Could you just pop a pill before the upcoming midterm and as a consequence, score a higher grade with the same amount of stu