Review sheet for Sherwood Chapter 1
These are some interesting topics covered in Chapter 1.
What is the role of cells being organized into tissues?
What is the role of epithelial tissue? Know why one type may be more useful
than another in different place
Arthur G Street and Stephen L Mayo, Computational protein design
(1999), Structure, 7:R105R109.
BTY589: Protein Engineering
Advances in rational protein design Protein
design cycle theory and experiment.
BTY589: Protein Engineering
SITE DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS
Error prone PCR
A small amount of Mn2+, in place of the
Excess of dGTP and dTTP relative to the other
two nucleotide triphosphates.
Error rates of one nucleotide per kilobase
The inherent characteristics of the D
Emerging Horizons in Cancer Therapeutics
Dr. Tranum Kaur
Suggested Reading: Molecular Biology of Cancer
Mechanisms, Targets and Therapeutics by Lauren Pecorino
(Oxford University Press) | ISBN-10: 019957717X | ISBN-13:
978-0199577170 | Edition: Third Edi
CRISPR-cas9 Applications and
Comparing CRISPR-cas9 system to another genome editing technology such as ZFN and TALEN is highly insightful. Even though each technology has
advantages and disadvantages, Crisper-cas9 Is favoured because CRISPR-cas
Chapter 72: Apoptosis
Principles of Molecular Medicine by
Runge, Marschall S.; Patterson, Cam (Eds),
2nd ed. 2006. Humana Press
Apoptosis, a programmed cell death in multicellular organisms
involves a series of biochemical events lead
Molecular Pathways: CDK4 Inhibitors for Cancer Therapy
Mark A. Dickson
Unrestrained growth is the hallmark of cancer, and disrupted cell-cycle regulation is, therefore, common.
CDK4 is the key regulator
Cell Cycle and Apoptosis
Dr. Tranum Kaur
Cell Cycle resource posted on Blackboard
The Cell Cycle Principles of Control by David O
Morgan, New Science Press, 2007.
A cell reproduces by carrying out an orderly sequence of
Welcome to Biology 204
Human Physiology I
Instructor: Dr. Barbara Zielinski
Office hours are Tues 10-12, or by appt.
Biology Building: room 104
Why is physiology cool?
Who are you?
Why are you taking the class?
Who am I?
I am a phys
Human Physiology Midterm 2 Review
How does transduction occur in the ear? (HINT: LOTSSSSSS of ways, so make sure you
know all of the steps.) not covered
Auditory processing Fig. 3-12
Synaptic plasticity changes in the neurons in the brain
Chapter 3 CNS multiple choice
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Indicate the answer choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
Which is a correct sequence according to level or organization in the human body?
chemicals, tissues, organs, cells
tissues, organs, body system, organism
chemicals, organism, organs, body system
cells, tissues, organs, chemicals
Which factor of the inter
Review sheet for Cardiophysiology and Vascular Physiology
Chapters 7 and 8
Please keep in mind that as always, you are only responsible for the material we cover in class; if we dont
finish all of the material here, then you are not responsible for all of
Review sheet for Chapter 6: Muscles
What are the specialised anatomical features of a muscle fibre, muscle fascicle,
myofibril, and sarcomeres?
What is the role of the proteins actin, myosin, tropomyosin, and troponin in the
contraction of a skeletal musc
Review sheet for Chapter 4: PNS
What are the basic properties of a stimulus that every receptor must be able to detect?
needs a certain amount of intensity, duration, location, modalities (senses, proprioception)
for cell to respond
What are the differenc
Review sheet for Chapter 3: The CNS
This chapter highlights the connectedness of the major brain areas within the central
nervous system that produces some of our most simple responses such as reflexes to our
most complex outputs such as conscious thought
Review sheet for Sherwood 3rd Edition
Chapter 2: Cell Physiology
What is the plasma membrane made of, and why is it so important in physiology.
What are the factors that affect diffusion rate? What additional factors affect
diffusion rate across a membran
A series of articles for general audiences
Unraveling the Mystery of Protein Folding
by W. A. (Bill) Thomasson
This series of essays was
developed as part of FASEBs
efforts to educate the general
public, and the legislators whom
it elects, about the benef