Lee Final Exam
Lee Final Exam Biology 106- Organismal Biology
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Emma Silverman on Sunday May 3, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to Biology 106- Organismal Biology at Washington State University taught by Dr. Cousins & Dr. Lee in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 501 views. For similar materials see Biology 106 in Biology at Washington State University.
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Date Created: 05/03/15
Review How the test was last time always the same Half is pretty easy Ex question What is a pheromone True or false cockroaches have pheromones 1012 harder Where do you look to find the harder things Question about speed of diffusion plasma testosterone 1323 nanomoles per liter plasma glucose 5 millimoles per liter 2 to 4 million glucose molecules for every one testosterone Know nanomolar vs millimolar Difference between fixed action pattern operant conditioning and classical conditioning Types of hormones which ones are amino acid derived Norepinephrine glucagon insulin single amino acids peptides proteins and glycoproteins which ones are steroids made from cholesterol sex hormones MEMORIZE glucose homeostasis if the blood glucose goes up what happens if it goes down what happens Homeostasis The steadystate physiological condition of the body Glucose major fuel of cellular respiration Normal blood glucose level 5 mM He will have an answer where these are reversed When glucose is too high the pancreas beta cells release insulin The liver takes up glucose and converts it to glycogen and then the blood glucose level returns to normal When glucose is too low alpha cells release glucagon which makes the liver break down glycogen and releases glucose There are two hormones involved in homeostasis insulin and glucagon He will have an answer where there are reversed Beta and alpha cells He will have an answer where there are reversed Type and Type II diabetes and their differences Type I autoimmune disorder where cells of pancreas are targeted and the body has to way to produce insulin usually begins in childhood Type II adult onset insulin deficiency because of reduced responsiveness of target cells usually begins after 40 Stress in the adrenal gland memorize figure Longterm stress stress gt hypothalamus secretes releasing hormone gt anterior pituitary secretes ACTH into bloodstream gt ACTH stimulates cortex of the adrenal gland gt cortex secretes corticosteroids into the bloodstream gt prolonged increase in corticosteroids Corticosteroids are NOT involved in short term stress only long term There will be a question where he asks if they are involved in short term stress Baboons and mongooses Nervous systems propagation Try to focus most important things like intracellular fluid primary cation is K and Na is low What is the pump that makes the gradient Sodiumpotassium ATPase 3Na and 2K lt potentially contributes to the membrane potential about 5mV Tetrodotoxin recognize it s a poison and it blocks sodium Na channels Chemical synapse Order in which things happen in chemical synapse Neurotransmitters know ACh characteristics He talked about it more than once Nerve gas situation Dopamine amino acid derived Serotonin Reuptake inhibitor works NO and what did it do Involved with viagra and smooth muscle relaxation Animal behavior Run through the examples and remind yourselves of them Few terms imprinting fixed action pattern operant conditioning classical conditioning Ecology Different types Examples generally remind yourself of them Hard question what s the name of the volcano Less priority intracellular fluid don t care about the proteins amino acids sulfate and phosphate Nodes of Ranvier don t know a lot Norepinephrine short term stress Don t always just memorize what IS memorize what ISN T
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