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ANEQ 305 Study guide for exam 1

by: Andrew Everitt

ANEQ 305 Study guide for exam 1 ANEQ305

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This study guide goes over all of the material we have covered up to this point in the class in preparation for exam 1.
Functional Large Animal Anatomy/Physiology
Dr. Hyungchul Han
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Andrew Everitt on Sunday September 11, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to ANEQ305 at Colorado State University taught by Dr. Hyungchul Han in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 47 views. For similar materials see Functional Large Animal Anatomy/Physiology in Animal Science at Colorado State University.


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Date Created: 09/11/16
Study Guide Chapter 1 What is physiology? What are the characteristics of living things? Define Homeostasis. What are the levels of organization in the body? - Hint: there are 6 levels What 4 types of tissue are in the body? - What are examples of each? What percent of the average adults’ body is water? What are the 3 methods of homeostatically regulating organisms? What is the main method for regulating homeostasis? - What are the components of this system? What are the 3 germ layers in the body? Chapter 2 What is the requirement for being a cell? Name the 4 categories of Organic molecules. What is transcription? What is translation? If all cells have the same DNA, why don’t they all have the same function? What processes produce energy in the cell? - Where do they all take place? - Which process produces the most energy? What happens to a cell in a hypotonic solution? What happens to a cell in a hypertonic solution? What 2 major systems control and regulate the body? What is it called when a vesicle binds with the membrane and releases its contents outside the cell? What is it called when a piece of the membrane pinches off into the cell with nutrients? What are specificity, saturation, and competition? - What are they part of? What is the purpose of the Golgi Complex? What is the purpose of the Mitochondria? What is the purpose of the Nucleus? What is produced by the Electron Transport Chain besides energy? What is the structure of the cell membrane? Movement of glucose is an example of what type of transport? Chapter 3 What makes up the cell membrane? What are the different types of membrane proteins? - What are their functions? What does membrane permeability depend on? What is the main system for regulating homeostasis? What is Ficks Law of Diffusion? What affects the movement of ions across the membrane? What is osmosis? What is Tonicity? Is the concentration of sodium higher? Inside or outside the cell? - Where is the concentration of potassium higher? What are the mechanisms for transporting molecules into and out of the cell? What homeostasis factors are regulated by the internal environment? What is the resting membrane potential? What is secondary active transport? List the different categories of chemical messengers. Describe the process and function of the GPCR pathway. What are most hormones derived from?


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