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4. Which industry Sector in which year generated the greatest Operating Profit per company?
A. Exploration in 1992
B. Natural gas in 1992
C. Petrochemicals in 1992
D. Exploration in 1998
E. Natural gas in 1998
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across a range of different media revealed that people were twice likely to tell lies when
using the phone than when communicating via e-mail. It had previously been a
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9 Operating Performance for International Paper Goods (IPG) (list)
10 E 11 B 12 B
10. Efficiency is the operating cash flow as a percentage of total cost (Goods Sold & Fixed
Costs). What was the efficiency of IPG in 1995?
16 Red Pertroleum Inc-6 Month Target Review (list)
1. 6 total oil production cost
A 2 million
B 18 million
C 109 million
D 404 million
2. What was the approximate cost of total oil production in Month 1?
A 2.25 million
B 4.23 million
CSB332 Session 12:
Degenera2on & Regenera2on
Wallerian Degenera2on: A characteris2c sequence
of events that follows the severing of a vertebrate
CSB332 Session 10 NTs in the CNS
Glutamate = most abundant amino acid in the brain
Glutamate and aspartate: excitatory amino acid NTs
Increase cell firing
All cells contain glutamate!
-Important in protein synthesis & cellular metabo
CSB332 Session 11: Synapse Forma4on
Growth cones (GCs) are the expanded 4ps of growing
The axon GC = the region of the axon responsible for
naviga4on and elonga4on toward a target.
Lamellipodia - broad
CSB332 Session 13
Short-Term Synap1c Plas1city
Plas%city is the capacity of the nervous system
Synap&c plas&city is the capacity to alter the
strength of synap1c transmission
Short-term or long-term
CSB332 Session 3
Resting membrane potential: difference in electrical
charge between inside and outside of the neuron.
the cell, and
Inside = -70 mV
GABAa receptor is inotropic
GABAb receptor is metabotropic
Dopamine D1 post synaptic, D2 pre synaptic.
Alpha 2 A receptor inhibits Ca2+ channel opening, lessens NE released.
GPCR: 7 transmembrane domains, extra N term, intra C term.
GABAa is Go, dec
APs result from sudden large increases in sodium conductance. Membrane allow sodium to pass
ENa is +34mV
Increase in membrane potential to be positive.
Repolarization results from a large increase in K+ permeability.
Ek is -58mV
-reflexes are slower than conduction along an axon (synapses)
-as one set of muscles becomes excited, another set relaxes (inhibitory synapses)
-several weak stimuli present at slightly diff times or l
CSB332 Lec 3
-Proteins generally carry a negative charge.
-AP @ -50mV is the threshold
-RMP always negative
-Transporters requires ATP
Intracell & extracell solutions must each be electrically neutral: (-) needs to be balanced by
1. All scientific knowledge is provisional . Everything that science knows, even the
most mundane facts and long-established theories, is subject to re-examination as
new information comes in the latest data and ideas are scrutinized the most. Some
CSB332H1 Winter 2013 Lecture 3
Francis R. Bambico, PhD
Neural impulse (movie)
A neural impulse is produced by the change in the electrical milieu of the neuron that propagates through the axon. What carries electrical charge through the neu
The brain/nervous system is an information processing machine!
Introduction to Neuroanatomy
Francis R. Bambico, PhD Lecture 1 & 2 Reference: FNB Appendix C
Conductivity Sensitivity Reactivity
PNS (Somatic & Autonomic Components) *Sensory neurons receive
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For both the graduate schemes and internships, there are three competency
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Practice Test 9
1) If Howards and Makepeaces annual sales target for Brand b was 690,000, what fraction of
this were actual Brand B sales?
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