BIOL 326 - General Physiology Animal Physiology Lecture Notes: Nervous and endocrine systems. February 3rd-12th, 2010 Dr M. Sweeney-Nixon
Objectives: At the end of this section, you will be able to describe how organismal homeostasis is maintained in anim
Biol 326: General Physiology. Sample Midterm 2:
SECTION 1: True or false questions. State whether the statements below are TRUE or FALSE. If the answer is false, you MUST fix the underlined word(s) to get full points (2 points per question). Write the cor
B iol 326: General Physiology. Sample Midterm 1:
Instructions: You have 55 minutes to write this exam that has * questions of * value (*points each). You must answer all questions to get full marks. There are 2 sections on this exam to be written on this
starch (amylose, amylopectin)
Short distance sucrose transport
Long distance sucrose transport
pressure flow hypothesis of phloem
P Membrane pumps actively transport sucrose into
Animal Organ systems
Plant Organs & Organ systems
P leaves P buds P stems P flowers P fruits P roots (root cap, root hairs) P tubers P rhizomes
Plant organismal homeostasis
Light water Photosynthesis e- transport O2, H+ gradient ATP NA
BIOL 326 - General Physiology Lecture Notes: Osmoregulatory systems and The stress of dehydration in animals.
March 8-10, 2010 Dr M. Sweeney-Nixon
Objectives: At the end of this section, you will be able to describe in general terms how (and why) animals
BIOL 326 - General Physiology Animal Physiology Lecture Notes: Cardiopulmonary systems and the stress of hypotension & hypoxia. February 17-March 3rd , 2010 Dr M. Sweeney-Nixon
Objectives: At the end of this section, you will be able to 1. List the differ
BIOL 326 - General Physiology Introductory Lecture Notes: Physiologic principles, Homeostasis. January 6- 8th, 2010 Objectives 1: At the end of this section, you will be able to 1. Define homeostasis. 2. List the components of biological control systems.
1 Graphs with two Y-axes, and 2 sets of data It is fairly easy to plot multiple graphs on one page, but not so easy to plot data so that they have two different y-axes. Minitab doesnt do these kinds of graphs, but Excel does. Consider a set of data like t
PHYSIOL. PLANT. 57: 422-427. Copenhagen 1983
Kinetics of the reactivation of the Hill reaction in CO2-depleted chloroplasts by addition of Mcarbonate in the absence and in the presence of herbicides
Jan F. H. Snel and Jack J. S. van Rensen
Snel, J. F, H,
BIOL 326 - General Physiology Animal Physiology Lecture Notes: Energy Regulation and the Stress of Hypo- and Hyperglycemia. March 10th-12th, 2010 Dr. M. Sweeney-Nixon Objectives: You will be able to describe 1. how food is digested, including the role of
Membrane potential of cells
Every plant and animal cell has a voltage across its plasma membrane called a membrane potential: ~-70mV (-50 to 100mV) inside. Excitable cells (muscles, neurons) need large changes in their MP in order to
Organization of animals & plants
Scale of nature (log)
Objectives Cell 1: membranes.
At the end of this session, you will be able to:
P Describe transport processes across the plasma membrane : ion channels, GLUT, important physiological ion pumps P Descr
Biology 326 -General Physiology Membrane transport: simple diffusion, ion channels, GLUTs, pumps, regulation of pH and volume. January 11-15th, 2010 Dr. M. Sweeney-Nixon Objectives. At the end of this lesson, you will be able to describe passive transport
Water is needed by cells and body fluids
cells. shape, size, metabolism etc.
Blood. volume, pressure, concentration of solutes
Terrestrial animals lose water
Aquatic animals also face ionic/osmotic challenges
Animals vary in their tolerance to dehydration
The stress of hypotension: Cardiovascular systems
At the end of this lesson, you will be able to:
P List the differences between closed and open circulatory systems P List the differences between fish, amphibian, avian and mammalians cirulatory systems P
Department of Biology Biol 326-General Physiology Syllabus, W inter 2010
Dr. Marva Sweeney-Nixon Duffy 437; Tel: 566-0633; Fax: 566-0740; email: [email protected] What are the profs office hours ? Mondays and Fridays, 11:30-12:45; Monday afternoons.
Regulators vs conformers
The science of the function of a living organism and all its parts, including chemical and physical processes, working together to sustain the organisms life and maintain homeostasis.
Physiological variables in humans
Biol 326, Final exam information (2010).
Your final exam (Tuesday April 13th, 2pm, Sports Centre) is worth 30% of your final mark in this course. There will be 3 sections on the final exam, and a bonus section which is challenging, but a way to get extra