Intelligence: Knowns and Unknowns
Ulric Neisser (Chair)
Thomas J. Bouchard, Jr.
A. Wade Boykin
Stephen J. Ceci
Diane E Halpern
John C. Loehlin
Robert J. Sternberg
In the fall of 1994, the publicatio
THE MECHANICS OF QUIET BREATHING
1. Describe the respiratory system as a two-compartment model &
define the elastic recoil properties of each compartment.
2. Specify the unit of pressure adopted when considering the mechanics
DR. SALLY OSBORNE
DEPARTMENT OF CELLULAR & PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
ROOM 3602, D.H COPP BUILDING
AIRWAY RESISTANCE & LUNG COMPLIANCE
Key Factors in Movement of Air In & Out of the Lungs
1. Define airways resistance. Based on the parallel arrangement of airways
explain why airways resistance is least in the smaller airways in hea
Endocrine System I-III !
Gartner and Hiatt, Textbook of Histology!
Chapter 13 Endocrine System (303-325)!
Chapter 9 Nervous System (208-210)!
Endocrine System I-III: Outline !
!Types, characteristics, and mode of action!
28Lect, GI -III, Roskelley
November 14, 2011, Ch 18
Alimentary Canal (cont'd)
Large Intestine (Colon to Rectum)
- Highly absorptive (mostly for water and ions vs. nutrients in the sm. intestine)
- Mucosa - absorptive; enterocytes and goblet cells; crypts/
Lecture 35: Nov 30, 2011!
!Male Reproductive II
!Review/Final Exam Prep !
!Glands and Penis!
Final Quiz 4 - Open until the end of the day/midnight Friday Dec 2nd!
Final Exam - Wed Dec 14th @ 7:00pm; SRC A/B!
Lecture 16 Blood, Oct 14, 2011 ( Dr. Roskelley)
Reading: Chapter 10
Blood: Refer to slides and image drawn in class.
- Specialized connective tissue that is composed of:
the formed elements (blood cells and platelets); and the plasma (ECM).
Lecture 21 Summary: Dr. Viau, Oct 26, 2011
Endocrine System I Ch 13 pp 303-311
a) circulate in the blood and can affect many tissue types
b) can be peptides, amines, or steroids
c) all peptides are w
Lecture 12 Muscle, Oct 03, 2011 (Dr. Moukles)
Reading Chapter 8 pages157 -168
General Points/Concepts of Muscle Cells and Tissues:
- Can be striated (eg. striped due to sarcomeres) or non-striated (eg. no fully organized sarcomeres
Lecture 9 (Sept 26/2011): Dr. Emerman
Basic Tissue Intro and Epithelium
Textbook: Ch. 5, pp. 85-94; pp. 103-09
-Know the definition of a tissue.
-The 4 basic tissues are: epithelium, muscle, connective tissue and nervous tissue (covered in
23Lecture, Endocrine III, Oct 31, 2011; Dr. Viau
- Composed of follicles (follicular cells and colloid) and C cells.
o Follicle cells: produce thyroid hormones.
- Follicular cells respond to TSH to secrete precursors, which are release
Lecture 35 Male Reproductive II, Nov 30, 2011 (Dr. Roskelley)
Reading: Chapter 21
Genital Ducts (contd)
II. Extratesticular Ducts (cont'd):
1) Epididymis: See lecture 34
2) Ductus/Vas Deferens:
-It is site of v
Lecture 34 Male Reproductive I, Nov 28, 2011 (Dr. Roskelley)
Reading: chapter 21
*Note: You will not be tested on embryology of the female and male reproductive
Male Reproductive System:
Is consist of:
04Lecture, Sept 14/11 (Chris Loewen)
Cell Structure I
Readings: Ch. 2 pp 11-26
Cells are the basic functional units of complex organisms. Cells are surrounded by membranes
and include various organelles (see Fig 2.5 and Fig 2.6 in the text). You should un
Secretory Phase (Day 14-28):
- Progesterone causes the endometrium to increase in size due to the synthesis of
nutrients by epithelial and CT cells.
- Nutrients are used by fertilized egg until the placenta forms.
If fertilization does not occur then the