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10/08/16
University of Colorado Denver
BIOL 30233 Lecture Notes
Professor: Beck

What is a break down of large molecules into smaller parts?

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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

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Describe skeletal muscles.
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