WHAT IS HOMEOSTASIS?
Way to maintain equilibrium
inside the body
Helps in proper functioning
Maintained by collaboration
of various body systems
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What disorder did you choose to write about?
Which part of axial skeleton does this disorder affect?
a. Widespread osteolytic bony lesions especially in bones with red marrow
characterize it. Most commonly affected bones are skul
Neurons are special cells that conduct nerve impulses. There are various
components of the nerve cell (neurons) that help in transmission of a nerve impulse.
The dendrites help in receiving signal. They surround the soma or the cell body of
the neuron. Ax
Nutrition in Cancer and Heart Disease
Diagnosis & Treatment
For each scenario, work with your group members to propose a detailed diagnosis
and a treatment strategy diet, medication, therapeutic measures, etc. that properly
1. What percentage (or ratio) of American will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their life?
2. What are the 6 hallmarks of cancer?
self sufficiency to growth signals
insensitivity to anti-growth signals
1. The process of making new blood vessels is called angiogenesis
2. Lung cancer and kidney cancer
3. Strategies used by cancer cells in achieving growth factor autonomy
a. Extracellular growth signals can be manipulated
b. Receptors of extracellular grow
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NERVOUS TISSUE AND MEMBRANE POTENTIAL.
True / False Questions
1. The nervous system employs exclusively electrical means to send messages, whereas the
endocrine system communicates by means of chemical messengers.
2. Most neurons have m
23. Which of the following muscles is responsible for medially rotating the tibia on the femur
when the knee is flexed?
C. Adductor brevis
D. Vastus medialis
24. A clinician induces contraction of the gastrocnemius and sole
BIOLOGY 118 - EXAM 5 - FINAL
DEC. 15, 2010 - VERSION A
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Biology 118, Final, Version B, Autumn 2015
Biology 118, Dec. 16, 2015
Final, Version B
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-located retroperitoneally: behind abdominal cavity membrane
-fat hold kidneys in place and protect them from mechanical injury
-if someone is starving: are at risk of kidneys to move down in visceral cavity
because they lacks fat
1.A key goal of intra-neuronal communication is to _
A) release neurotransmitter from the presynaptic terminal
B) generate an EPSP at presynaptic dendrites
C) generate an IPSP at presynaptic, dendrites
D) re-uptake neurotransmitter from the synaptic cleft
You are responsible for managing the fish population of a lake. The small juvenile fish prey primarily on daphnia,
tiny aquatic invertebrates. At time C in the graph below, you discover in your lake a dreaded invasive fish,
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1. What are germ layers and what are three examples of major derivatives to which each
germ layer gives rise?
Germ layer is a group