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BIOL 30233 Human Physiology is a Biology course at CU Denver taught by the following professor: Beck. 3 elite notetakers have produced 6 study materials for this Biology course.
These are notes for what we covered in the first 3 weeks of class, it includes topics covering homeostasis, cell biology, membrane transport, the nervous system, action & graded potential, and many more.
These notes cover topics dealing with the Autonomic Nervous System; it specifically goes into details of the sympathetic and the parasympathetic nervous system. Neurotransmitters and sensory physiology were also covered in these notes.
This is a study guide for the first Human Physiology exam. This study guide is comprehensive and covers topic 1-5. It was made using the lecture outline and study guide provided by Dr. Beck. I have mad
These notes cover topics we covered in week 5, including receptor potentials, sensory adaptation, sensory coding, the somatosensory system, and the ascending pathway, & skelectal muscle. It also includes muscle fiber, myofibrils, sarcomere, sarcolemma, satellite cells, T-tubules, Sarcoplasmic Reticulum, Sarcoplasm, thick filaments, cross bridge, myosin, thin filaments, actin, troponin, tropomyosin
These notes cover the topics we discuses in week 6, including myofibrils, sarcomere organization, A band, I band, H zone, M line, Z line/disc, Skeletal muscle innervation, motor units, fine control vs large control, excitation contraction coupling, neuromuscular junction, end-plate potential, Ca2+ pump, and many more.
These notes cover topics dealing with skeletal muscle (ending of topic 6), metabolism, and digestion (topic 7 and 8). It includes information on the sliding filament mechanism, anabolism, catabolism, O
These notes cover what we went over during week 8, including the cardiovascular system and the remainder of digestion.
These notes cover more of the cardiovascular system and what roles it plays in circulation.
This study guide covers topic 6 (Skeletal muscle), 7( Metabolism), 8( Digestion), 9 (Cardiovascular system), and 10 (Circulation). There are 2 documents, the first one is the study guide, and the second document is the study guide outline that contains an outline of the study guide and various questions. Good luck!
These notes cover the remainder of topic 10 ( Circulation), and some of topic 11 (Respiration).
These notes are from week 11 that covers respiration.
These notes are from what we covered week 12 of lecture including respiration and the renal system.
These notes the rest of the renal system, and a majority of the endocrine system.
These are combined notes from week 15 and 16, covering the renal system, endocrine system, and endocrine reproductive system.
Physiology exam 3 comprehensive study guide. Covers Topic 11( respiration) 12 ( renal system), 13 (Endocrine system), 14 (Endocrine system: reproduction). Good luck!
These are the last set of notes from Dr. Beck class.