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Week 3 Notes

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Week 3 Notes 10603

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Contains the rest of Chapter 2 notes and part of the beginning of Chapter 3
Anatomical Kinesiology
Dr. Mitchell
Class Notes
Anatomical, Kinesiology, anatomy
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This 7 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alexa_Nelson on Wednesday December 30, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 10603 at Texas Christian University taught by Dr. Mitchell in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 25 views. For similar materials see Anatomical Kinesiology in PHIL-Philosophy at Texas Christian University.


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Date Created: 12/30/15
Anatomical Lecture Notes – Week 3 Active Transport  KEY CONCEPT: Active transport is going against the gradient; needs the use of ATP  Secondary Active Transport: o Different protein in use o Other protein uses the energy created by primary active transport o Both Na+ and glucose must be bound for the process to occur o Symport: transport happens in the same direction o Anti-port: transport happens in the opposite direction o Primary active transport has to happen before secondary in order to set up the gradient Endocytosis  Involves a vesicle (capsule made of cell membrane material)  “endo” – bringing things into the cell  Phagocytosis o Solid particle  Pinocytosis o Liquid material  Exocytosis o Bringing things out of the cell Organelles  Terms: o “a” – without o “reticulum” – network  Nucleus, Ribosomes, Endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus o ALL relate to protein synthesis  Mitochondria o Energy production using ATP with oxygen  Difference between the ER and the golgi is the presence of vesicles breaking off the golgi  Protein Synthesis: o Protein Functions  Membrane transport: facilitated diffusion, primary and secondary active transport  Structure: micro and macro level ex. Reestablishing muscle  Contractile: skeletal and smooth muscle  Receptors: Chemical communication  Hormones  Enzymes: proteins catalyze reactions o Nucleus  Regulates cell function by regulating protein synthesis o Ribosomes  Site of amino acid sequencing (free ribosomes): strands which can be folded, twisted or globs (different forms for producing correct function) o Endoplasmic Reticulum  Processing of amino acid sequence (bound ribosomes)  Strands – primary, secondary, tertiary, quaternary: increased levels of processing for increased function KEY CONCEPT: SHAPE o Golgi Apparatus  Packaging center – vesicle formation o Mitochondria  Two membranes (outer/inner) – 2 bilayers for increased surface area  Folds = cristae Chapter 3 – Tissues


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