BIOL 5600 TEST 1 STUDY GUIDE
BIOL 5600 TEST 1 STUDY GUIDE BIOL 5600
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BIOL 5600 Test 1 Study Guide Six life processes 1) Metabolism 2) Growth 3) Movement 4) Responsiveness 5) Differentiation 6) Reproduction Homeiostasis vs. Allostasis Feedback systems -3 components of: 1) Receptor 2) Control center 3) Effector Positive vs. negative feedback Homeostatic imbalance Body fluids -3 categories of: Boundaries between compartmetns Dry weight method Dilution technique Plasma membrane -Selective permeability -NA+/K+ pumps Glycocalyx Functions of plasma membrane proteins General Transport mechanisms -Active vs. passive Chemically vs. Voltage regulated channels Mechanisms of cell communication CAMP G-proteins Graph of channels and ions being released and their effects on cell function Membrane potential -Resting potential Excitable cells Relative concentration of ions in and out of cell Nernst equation Goldman equation Polarization vs. Hyperpolarization Hyperkalemia vs. hypokalemia Action potential vs. Graded potential Neurons EPSPs vs. IPSPs Spatial summation Conduction How to engender an action potential -Normal chemical stimulation -Mechanical stimulation -Electrical stimulation Importance of Ca2+ Drugs and affects Muscle tissue -Characteristics of (4) -Types of (3) Skeletal muscle Cardiac Muscle Smooth muscle -Visceral muscle Voluntary vs. involuntary Striated vs. not striated Contraction and its effects on A/I bands and thin/thick filaments Multi-unit cells vs. single unit cells Neuromuscular junctions Excitation Wave of depolarization caused by action potential and the release of Ca+2 T-tubules Sarcomeres (functioning unit) Sarcolemma Release of neurotransmitters Snare complex -Series of proteins that forms it Rynodine receptor 4 steps of contraction Muscle fiber -Parts of: Twitch profiles for 3 types of skeletal muscle fibers Progressive muscular paralysis (ALS) Pathology
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