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BMS 300: Biomedical Science Interdisciplinary Laboratory I

School: Colorado State University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 2

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Pelvis Anatomy Decoded: Dispelling Myths with Accurate Insights
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Discover the intricate details of the pelvis anatomy as we analyze and correct misconceptions about its structure and components, using sketches for clarity.

Fluorine's Electron Configuration: Unveiling Chemical Reactivity
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Explore Fluorine's electron configuration and its impact on chemical reactivity. Learn about electron shells, orbitals, and the quest for a complete valence shell.

Cytokines: Body's Cellular Messengers & Immune Coordinators Explained
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Discover the multifaceted role of cytokines as the body's cellular messengers. Uncover their pivotal tasks in regulating immune and inflammatory responses. Dive into their significance in cell growth, differentiation, and inter-cellular communication.

What Defines Anions? Electrons vs. Protons Unveiled
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Explore the fundamental characteristics of anions and decipher the statements that define them. Understand how electron transfer leads to ion formation, creating atoms with net electrical charges. Learn about the key property that sets anions apart from other atomic entities, providing insights into atomic structure and charge.

ATP Creation: Comparing Oxidative & Photophosphorylation Mechanisms
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Explore the intricacies of oxidative phosphorylation and photophosphorylation in ATP production. Delve into chemiosmosis, the electron transport chain, and the pivotal role of ATP synthase. Uncover the similarities and contrasts between these cellular energy-generating processes.

Muscle Contraction: Which Part Moves the Least? Origin vs. Insertion
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Uncover the fundamentals of human muscle contraction and anatomy in this lesson. Highlighting the distinct roles of muscle origin and insertion we clarify their functions in movement. Learn why the muscle origin is the cornerstone of stability during contraction anchoring our body mechanics.

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