SAT Subject Physics Formula Reference
This guide is a compilation of about fifty of the most important physics formulas to know
for the SAT Subject test in physics. (Note that formulas are not given on the test.) Each
formula row contains a description of
At the end of the lecture, student should be able to;
Know the biochemical properties of iron
Enlist the functions of iron in body
State the sources of iron in diet
Describe the steps of iron absorption from gut to
At the end of the lecture the student should be able to:
Know the general features of protozoa
Enumerate the classification of protozoa
Group .Protos = first, Zoon = a
CELL CYCLE ,CONTROL OF CELL PROLIFERATION.
At the end of lecture students should be able to know,
What is cell cycle.
Phases of cell cycle,
Control of cell division.
The cell cycle is an ordered set of events, culminating
HEME DEGRADATION & RELATED DISORDERS &
To state the normal turnover of erythrocytes
List the sites of erythrocyte and hemoglobin degradation
State the fates of protein and prosthetic part of hemoglobin
List the r
Haemopoiesis Erythropoiesis & Its Regulation
At the end of lecture student should be able to know,
What is haemopoiesis.
Types of stem cells.
Classification of stem cells.
Sited of haemopoisis.
Regulation of haemopoeitic cells.
INTRODUCTION TO LYMPHOID TISSUE
HISTOLOGY OF LYMPH NODE AND THYMUS
At the end of this lecture the student should be able to:
Understand the immune system and lymphoid tissue.
Differentiate between central lymphoid
PATHOGENESIS OF MALARIA
At the end of the session the student should be able to
Define Malaria and list the types of plasmodium species causing malaria
Describe the pathogenesis with relevant lab tests
DIFFERENT TYPES OF PLASMODIUM
At the end of the lecture, students should be able to:
Describe about the acute inflammation.
Describe the changes occurring in acute inflammation.
Cardinal signs of (acute) inflammation
Rubor = Redness
Tumor = Swell
Abnormalities of Hemoglobin
At the end of the lecture student should be able to demonstrate;
The R and T state of the hemoglobin
The Heme structure and its synthe
COMPOSITION OF BLOOD:
PLASMA COMPONENTS AND PROTEINS
Discuss the components of plasma.
Discuss about of plasma proteins.
Explain the role of plasma proteins in human body.
List the diseases in which plasma proteins are raised or decre
Histology of Tonsil and spleen
At the end of this lecture, students should be able to identify the:
Locations of tonsils.
The histological features of tonsils.
Functions of tonsils.
Histological features of spleen.
List characteristics and clinical manifestations
Types of exudates: serous, purulent, fibrinous, hemorrhagic
Describe possible outcomes of an inflammatory reaction and
THE ROLE OF LEUKOCYTES
Chapter 2, Acute and Chronic Inflammation in Robbins
Basic Pathology, Sixth Edition, pages 25 46
Injurious stimuli cause a protective vascular connective
tissue reaction called inf