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BIOL 221: Human Anatomy & Physiology I

School: Towson University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 28

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Aldosterone & Target Cells: Intracellular Receptor Insights
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Learn why lipid-soluble signaling molecules like aldosterone only impact specific target cells. We discuss four theories and reveal that intracellular receptors present only in target cells are the key. This video demystifies the unique mechanism behind aldosterone's selective action.

Facultatively Anaerobic Cells: Mastering Growth in Any Oxygen Environm
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Learn about the unique adaptability of facultatively anaerobic cells in different oxygen conditions. Discover the outcome of an experiment comparing their growth in aerobic and anaerobic environments. Grasp the resilience of these cells and their growth mechanisms.

Unlocking Mitosis: Cell Division Control and Cyclin Degradation
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Explore the intricate process of mitosis and the crucial role it plays in cellular division. Learn how cell cycle control mechanisms, including cyclin degradation and Maturation Promoting Factor (MPF) activity, ensure accurate and regulated cell division.

Na+ Channels: Open at Resting Potential or Threshold?
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Discover the mechanics of voltage-gated Na+ channels and their role in neuron activity. This video breaks down key neuronal terms like resting potential and threshold to explain precisely when these channels open. You'll come away understanding that voltage-gated Na+ channels open at the threshold state initiating an action potential.

Shared Genes: Why Humans & Prokaryotes Share 1000?
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Explore the fascinating intersection of human and prokaryotic genetics revealing that both contain about 1000 shared genes despite their complexity difference. The video explains how this common genetic heritage can be traced back to a universal ancestor covering the essential functions these genes perform like metabolism and DNA replication.

Bone Marking for Nutrient Foramen: Hole, Facet, Canal?
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Explore the structure of bones and the key role of the nutrient foramen a small but vital hole. This video will help you understand why this marking is essential for bone health. Discover the answer to what kind of bone marking the nutrient foramen forms

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