Thursday, February 18, 2010
BMED 2210
1. A tank containing 1.03 kg of air is heated from 35C to 83C. Is the work done on the air in
the process positive or negative?
2. Air (an ideal gas) at 90F and 10 psia is contained in a horizontal cylinder by a frict
Cell
Physiology
Dr. Harley
Housekeeping
Dr. Harleys office. U.A. Whitaker 3105
Office Hours: Tuesdays 9:30 to 11 or by
appointment.
Review Group Projects.
Be sure to read chapters: 2, 3 and 5
Homework DUE DATE 26 August!
Overview
Molecular Interacti
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BMED 2210, Spring 2014 (23Jan14)
, QUIZ 2
This quiz is closed book/closed notes. You may use your calculator. You will be graded on the process
that you use to solve the problem; therefore, show ALL YOUR WORK.
5.0 liters of a mixture containing 90.0
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BMED 2210, Fall 2013 (29Aug13)
QUIZ 1
This quiz is closed book/closed notes, and the use of a calculator is NOT permitted. A numerical
answer is not required UNLESS there is a SOLID LINE on the right hand side of the equation.
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Solution Case 4
1. Asseni'BT
i) Obj ective: nd the rate of heat remov
ii) select units: K, I, g, s
' iii) draw the owsheet as in the diagram
iv) dene system boundary
2. Analysis
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V i) state assumptions
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BMED 2210, Spring 2014 (27Febl4)
QUIZ 5
This quiz is open book/closed notes. You may use your calculator. You will be graded on the process that
you use to solve the problem; therefore, show ALL YOUR WORK.
A stream of dry air owing at a rate of 220
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BMED 2210, Spring 2014 (06Feb14)
QUIZ 4
This quiz is closed book/closed notes. You may use your calculator. You will be graded on the process
that you use to solve the problem; therefore, show ALL YOUR WORK.
Consider a process to produce rock cand
Cell
Physiology
Dr. Harley
Housekeeping
Dr. Harleys office. U.A. Whitaker 3105
Office Hours: Tuesdays 9:30 to 11 or by
appointment.
Review Group Projects.
Be sure to read chapters: 2, 3 and 5
Homework DUE DATE 26 August!
Overview
Molecular Interacti
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BMED 2210, Spring 2014 (27Marl4)
QUIZ 7
This quiz is open book/closed notes. You may use your calculator. You will be graded on the process that
you use to solve the problem; therefore, show ALL YOUR WORK
Under what conditions are the following ener
Membrane Transport
Permeability of Lipid Bilayers
Small non-polar molecules: O2 and
CO2 readily diffuse across
Uncharged polar molecules: water
and ethanol cross fairly rapidly, but
glucose hardly at all
Ions and charged molecules: highly
impermeable
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BMED 2210, Spring 2014 (13Marl4)
QUIZ 6
This quiz is open book/closed notes. You may use your calculator. You will be graded on the process that
you use to solve the problem; therefore, show ALL YOUR WORK.
In the winter, a major problem i
Gene Expression
DNA Packaging
RNA Processing
RNA Translation
RNA Interference
Protein Modification
Protein Degradation
Prokaryote Control of Gene Expression
Operator-repressor control that induces
transcription: The lac operon
Operator control that repr
Watson & Crick
Molecular Structure of Nucleic
Acids
Nature, 1953
DNA in Cells
Early Clues that DNA is the Genetic Material
Viral Replication Confirms DNA is Genetic Material
32
P-containing DNA
35
S-containing coats
The Bases of DNA & RNA
Nomenclature of
Genetic Variation & Cancer Clues
DNA is not immutable
All present and extinct life evolved from
primitive cells over 3.5 billion years
Genetic mutations-ultimate source of
change
Larger scale rearrangements that promote
variety and change
Duplication
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BMED 2210, Spring 2014 (17Aprl4)
QUIZ 8
This quiz is open book/closed notes (other than your one page crib sheet and the blue tables of
thermodynamic properties from H&R). You may use your calculator. You will be graded on the process
that you use t
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BMED 2210, Spring 2014 (16Jan14)
QUIZ 1
This quiz is closed book/closed notes, and the use of a calculator is NOT permitted. A numerical
answer is not required UNLESS there is a SOLID LINE on the right hand side of the equation.
If there is a solid
Neuro
Physiology
Dr. Harley
Housekeeping
Sign up for group projects.
Be sure to read chapters: 8 - 11
Homework DUE DATE 4 September!
Overview
Nervous System Overview
Cellular and Network Properties
The Central Nervous System
Sensory Physiology
Autonomi
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Total 138.4 195.3 294
Problem solving studio problems
Week of 22Feb10 (Chapters 23-24)
9. How much heat has to be transferred to vaporize 1 kg of liquid water at 100C and 1 atm to
water vapor at 100C and one atm in a closed container of the proper volume?
10. A tank 20 ft high
3/15/2010
BMED 2210
Worksheet problems for this week
H&R
25.7
25.10 a,b
25.12
The problem we started in class solve via heat of formation method
The problem we started in class solve via the heat of reaction method
H&R 25.30
Submarine atmosphere problem
BMED 2210A Learning Objectives for Exam 1 (S14)
Dimensions, units, and their conversion
o Convert one set of units in a function or equation into another equivalent set for mass, length,
area, volume, time, and force
o Explain the difference between weig