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These notes cover week 2 material from BMS lectures.
These notes cover BMS lectures for week 3
These notes cover material from January 25, 27, 28, and 29th
These notes cover material for February 1, 3, 4, and 5th
These notes cover week 4 of physiology from tissues, to bones and the endocrine system.
This study is comprehensive and covers everything on the exam except for the endocrine system. Since i cannot add them to this, i will email the last part upon request. It should be done tomorrow after
These notes cover everything in BMS week 5 including G-Protien Coupled Receptors, Negative Feedback, the Neuron Doctrine, Experiments and Myelination of Axons.
These Notes cover all the topics in lecture from week 6 including Action Potentials, Voltage Gated Ion Channels( Sodium, Potassium, and Calcium), Generator Potentials, Synaptic Experiments, SNARE hypothesis and Neurotransmitters.
These notes are an introduction to the respiratory system.
Respiratory epithelium, diaphragm, ventilation and elastic recoil.
Compliance and elastic recoil.
These notes cover what is going to be on Exam II of BMS 300. They cover Neuron systems working similar to a machine. The neuron doctrine as long as the functional description of the neuron. And finally will include an introduction to Glia in the central and peripheral nervous system
These notes cover the first week of material learned in lecture.
These are the first sections of notes, covering composition of proteins and some of the physics of molecules.
This is Week 1 and 2 BMS 300 lecture notes from Lectures 1-7
Lecture 1: Water
Lecture 2: Diffusion& Equilibrium
Lecture 3: Phospholipids& Proteins
Lecture 4: Protein Secondary& Tertiary Structure
Lecture 5: Prokaryotic and Eukaryotes
Lecture 6: Structure and Function of the Endoplasmic Reticulum
Lecture 7: Lysosomes and Mitochondria
These notes cover what we went over on week 2.
BMS 300 Principles of Human Physiology Class notes for Week 2
BMS Principles of Human Physiology Notes week 3
*Microtubles, kinesin, dynien,
* DNA replication
BMS 300 Human Physiology Week 5. Start of Exam 2 New Material Covers:
*The Nervous System
BMS Week 6 Notes:
* Role of Sodium channels and types
*Role of Potassium channels and types
*Membrane and action potential
This study guide covers Exam 2 material including
-The Nervous System
Central Nervous System, Peripheral Nervous System , Ion channels, Action-potential, Polarization, Neurotransmitters, Excitatory Post Synaptic Potentials, snare proteins, Brain and Spinal Cord
-The Muscular System**
-The Cardiovascular System **
** We have not went over these two units yet but will on Monday and Tuesday of 3
These cover whats going to be on Exam 2 covering the brain and spinal cord and the nervous system.
START OF EXAM 3
This is the start of exam 3 notes starting the cardiovascular unit.
The anatomy and structure of the heart and directions of blood flow,
The cardiac cycle,
Tissue types of the heart,
Starlings law and OHM's Law
Continuing on the cardiovascular unit:
Contractile and conductile cells,
Parasympathetic and sympathetic system,
Action potential in the heart.
The week before test 3. Covers and introduces:
The vascular system, blood flow, blood components.
The immune system: erythrocytes, lymph, thymus, types of immunity.
This study guide is for Exam 3 it covers:
The components and mechanisms of the heart, and heart electricity;
Blood: it's flow and components;
Immune: Innate vs Adaptive and bacterial and viral
This material is the start of Exam 4 Material.
It introduces and covers the Respiratory System:
-The components of the lungs and how breathing works,
-The pathway of air throughout the body and blood.
This covers all material through out the year that may be on our final, as well as a question break down on how many questions of each topic are expected to be on the final. The study guide is organized by the unit topics of the question distribution. Which covers:
-Blood,immune and lymph
John P Walrond
More will be added later:
-complexity of water
-triglycerides (info and structure)
phospholipid structure, micelles, liposomes, amino acids, and protein levels/structure
Information on secondary protein structures (alpha helices and beta sheets), proteins in aqueous solutions, and how R-groups affect protein folding/structure
Transmembrane protein structure/ functions, prokaryotes and eukaryotes, and the role of histones
roles of the ER and Golgi, glycosylation, and vesicle transport
Endocytosis, mitochondria, and the cytoskeleton
Microtubules (kinesin and dynein), actin filaments (myosin), movement of vesicles within a neuron using anterograde and retrograde.
deoxyribose/ribose structure, the components of DNA, phosphodiester bonding, and the semi-conservative replication of DNA
RNA structure and transcription
types of RNA, RNA editing, and translation
synthesizing secreted, lysosomal, and transmem. proteins, intro. to tissues
epithelium and junctions (anchoring, tight, and GAP). Also, intro to exocrine gland!
-diffusion and osmosis
-amino acid structure
-levels of protein structure
-protein synthesis (bound and free ribosomes)
-central dogma (replication, transcription, and translation)
types of cartilage, bone
autocrine, paracrine and endocrine processes, cell responses to hormones, the hormone-receptor complex, molecules as hormones, and the law of mass action