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BMS Exam 2
Proteins move through the cell in vesi…
Vessicle Transport Step 1
Vessicle Transport Step 2
Vessicle Transport Step 3
Proteins made in the rough Er by ribosomes ... - folded
Move to the Golgi in vesicles ... - add additional molecules, li…
Exit Golgi travel to different destinations... -i.e plasma membr…
Proteins move through the cell in vesi…
Vessicle Transport Step 1
Proteins made in the rough Er by ribosomes ... - folded
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BMS 500 Exam 2
Voltage-Clamp measures?
Depolarization elicits what response?
How does tetrodotoxin (TTX) and saxito…
What is the advantage of using a patch…
Ion channel function
early inward current followed by a delayed outward current
Pore blockers
ability to do voltage clamp experiments on small cells
Voltage-Clamp measures?
Ion channel function
Depolarization elicits what response?
early inward current followed by a delayed outward current
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BMS Exam 2
Where does glycolysis take place?
Summarize glycolysis in a sentence
What is the initial substrate of glyco…
What is the end product of glycolysis?
Cytosol
Glucose split into 3 carbon sugars which are then oxidized an…
-glucose... -carbohydrate... -6
2 pyruvate
Where does glycolysis take place?
Cytosol
Summarize glycolysis in a sentence
Glucose split into 3 carbon sugars which are then oxidized an…
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BMS 507 Exam 2
tissue
epithelial
connective
muscle
collection of cells/cell products that form specific, limited…
covers exposed surfaces, lines internal passageways, forms gl…
fills internal spaces; supports other tissues; transports mat…
specialized for contraction; skeletal muscle, cardiac muscle,…
tissue
collection of cells/cell products that form specific, limited…
epithelial
covers exposed surfaces, lines internal passageways, forms gl…
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BMS 208 exam 2
bones that are joined together and bon…
term meaning the end of a long bone
term meaning the shaft of a long bone
this type of connective tissue proper(…
articulated/disarticulated
epiphysis
diaphysis
periosteum
bones that are joined together and bon…
articulated/disarticulated
term meaning the end of a long bone
epiphysis
BMS 300 EXAM 2
Three Box Model
Data In
Data Analysis
Central Nervous System
Data In, Data Analysis, Data Out
Sensory Input. Part of the PNS.
Integration
CNS. Brain/spinal cord
Three Box Model
Data In, Data Analysis, Data Out
Data In
Sensory Input. Part of the PNS.
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BMS 309 Exam 2
trapezius
rhomboids
levator scapulae
pectoralis minor
adduction, elevation, & depression of scapula... CN XI: accessor…
adduction of scpaula
elevation of scapula
depression of scapula
trapezius
adduction, elevation, & depression of scapula... CN XI: accessor…
rhomboids
adduction of scpaula
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BMS 507 Exam 2
tissue
epithelial
connective
muscle
collection of cells/cell products that form specific, limited…
covers exposed surfaces, lines internal passageways, forms gl…
fills internal spaces; supports other tissues; transports mat…
specialized for contraction; skeletal muscle, cardiac muscle,…
tissue
collection of cells/cell products that form specific, limited…
epithelial
covers exposed surfaces, lines internal passageways, forms gl…
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BMS 302 (Exam 2)
Increased secretion of glucagon leads…
Insulinoma is a disease caused by unco…
Insulin receptors
Glycogen
Gluconeogensis; formation of glucose from amino acids
Increased glycogen's and hypoglycemia.
protein molecule for insulin binding; activates glucose trans…
storage form of glucose; animal starch
Increased secretion of glucagon leads…
Gluconeogensis; formation of glucose from amino acids
Insulinoma is a disease caused by unco…
Increased glycogen's and hypoglycemia.
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Exam 2 (BMS 409)
Sry via Sox9
Rspo1 via Wnt4 & Beta-catenin pathway
Fox12 (ovary) and Dmrt1 (testes)...thi…
nephrogenic cord
Gene responsible for testicular development in the XY bipoten…
Gene responsible for ovarian development in the XX bipotentia…
Deletion of this gene induces transdifferentiation of gonads…
intermediate mesoderm gives rise to...
Sry via Sox9
Gene responsible for testicular development in the XY bipoten…
Rspo1 via Wnt4 & Beta-catenin pathway
Gene responsible for ovarian development in the XX bipotentia…
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BMS 308 Exam 2
Communication
Extrinsic Regulators
Connexon
Direct Intercellular Communication
key to all regulation
nervous (neurotransmitters) and endocrine (hormones) systems
protein tunnel directly linking neighboring cells
ions and small molecules pass directly from one cell to another
Communication
key to all regulation
Extrinsic Regulators
nervous (neurotransmitters) and endocrine (hormones) systems
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BMS 300 Exam 2
depolarize
hyperpolarize
repolarize
Three Box Model
the inside of the cell is becoming more positive
the inside of the cell is becoming more negative
inside of the cell is returning to baseline membrane voltage
-Input: sensory in (PNS)... -Analysis: integration-goes to brain…
depolarize
the inside of the cell is becoming more positive
hyperpolarize
the inside of the cell is becoming more negative
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BMS 325 Exam 2
1. record Vm 2. set voltage clamp to c…
TEA
4 subunits, each with 2 membrane spann…
4 subunits, each with 6 membrane spann…
what are the steps to perform a voltage clamp experiment?
blocks K channels to see the Na current
How many subunits and membrane spanning regions are there in…
How many subunits and membrane spanning regions are there in…
1. record Vm 2. set voltage clamp to c…
what are the steps to perform a voltage clamp experiment?
TEA
blocks K channels to see the Na current
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BMS300 Exam 2
Calcium channel blockers
Beta blockers
Alpha blockers
ACE inhibitors
decrease contractility of the heart, decrease CO (anti-hypert…
Beta 1 blockers, decreases HR and contractility (anti-hyperte…
block EPI and NOR from binding to alpha 1 receptor, decrease…
prevent conversion of angiotensin I to angiotensin II, less v…
Calcium channel blockers
decrease contractility of the heart, decrease CO (anti-hypert…
Beta blockers
Beta 1 blockers, decreases HR and contractility (anti-hyperte…
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BMS 310 Exam 2
Dementia
Gross Pathology of the Alzheimer's brain
Normal Human Brain Frontal Lobe
Temporal Lobe
- deterioration of memory and cognition ... - alterations in beh…
- brains have narrowed gyri and widened sulci due to neuronal…
- Cognition... - Personality ... - Social Behavior
Memory formation
Dementia
- deterioration of memory and cognition ... - alterations in beh…
Gross Pathology of the Alzheimer's brain
- brains have narrowed gyri and widened sulci due to neuronal…
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BMS Exam 2
Meiosis (2)
Meiosis (cycles)
Haploid (3)
Diploid (3)
-Formation of eggs and sperm (gametes)... -One parent cell yield…
-Interphase 1 (same as mitosis)... -Meiosis I (prophase, metapha…
-a single set of chromosomes... -One set of 23 (n)... -Gametes (egg…
-two sets of homologous (similar) chromosomes... -Two sets of 23…
Meiosis (2)
-Formation of eggs and sperm (gametes)... -One parent cell yield…
Meiosis (cycles)
-Interphase 1 (same as mitosis)... -Meiosis I (prophase, metapha…
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BMS 310 Exam 2
Alzheimer's Manifestations
Alzheimer's pathology
temporal lobe
hippocampus
- deterioration of memory and cognition... - alterations in beha…
- narrowed gyri and widened sulci due to neuronal loss... - fron…
memory formation... short term memory disappears in mid-late AD…
region of the temporal lobe... site of most severe neuronal loss
Alzheimer's Manifestations
- deterioration of memory and cognition... - alterations in beha…
Alzheimer's pathology
- narrowed gyri and widened sulci due to neuronal loss... - fron…
BMS110 Exam 2
Expansion
Gene Mutation
Polysome
Transposable Elements
Mutation where nucleotide sequence repeated many times
Changes in the nucleotide sequence of genes
Cluster of ribosomes all translating same mRNA
DNA from viruses able to move around genome
Expansion
Mutation where nucleotide sequence repeated many times
Gene Mutation
Changes in the nucleotide sequence of genes
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Exam 2 for BMS 301
Anterior Longitudinal lig
posterior longitudinal lig
Ligaments Flava
interspinal lig
Broad big that limits extension (continuous)
limits flexion, thin and continuous
Between adjacent lamina, limits lateral flex
not continuous limits flex of the vertebral column. The inter…
Anterior Longitudinal lig
Broad big that limits extension (continuous)
posterior longitudinal lig
limits flexion, thin and continuous
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BMS 307 Exam 2
Parts of the trachea?
Secondary or lobar bronchi?
Tertiary or segmental bronchi?
Three surfaces of the lung?
Trachea, right and left main bronchi, secondary or lobar bron…
Each supply a lobe of the lung, how many lobes on right and l…
10 right and 8 left.
Costal, diaphragmatic, and mediastinal.
Parts of the trachea?
Trachea, right and left main bronchi, secondary or lobar bron…
Secondary or lobar bronchi?
Each supply a lobe of the lung, how many lobes on right and l…
BMS 305 Exam 2
Dietary Carbohydrate
Simple Carbohydrate(s)
Complex Carbs
The process of Glycogen storing glucose
any sugar, starch, or cellulose that contributes to the sourc…
(The sugars) ... Monosaccharides: glucose, fructose, galactose... D…
- polysaccharides: starches (storage of energy in plants) gly…
Blood glucose levels increase after a meal... liver cells link g…
Dietary Carbohydrate
any sugar, starch, or cellulose that contributes to the sourc…
Simple Carbohydrate(s)
(The sugars) ... Monosaccharides: glucose, fructose, galactose... D…
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Exam 2 BMS
Process of Long-Term Potential
LTP
LTD
Sensory receptors
1) Glutamate binds to AMPA and NMDA channels... 2) Net Na entry…
Physical changes in a synapse that allow the response of post…
results from down-regulation of the AMPA receptor, causes a r…
detect stimuli from the environment
Process of Long-Term Potential
1) Glutamate binds to AMPA and NMDA channels... 2) Net Na entry…
LTP
Physical changes in a synapse that allow the response of post…
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BMS Exam 2
What is atherosclerosis?
What does artherosclerosis lead to?
What are non modifiable risk factors o…
What are modifiable artherosclerosis a…
Blood vessel buildup w/ plaque making it narrow over time ... Bl…
Poor perfusion to vital organs leading to ischemia
Can't control... Age... Gender... Ethnic background ... Family hx
Can control... Personal habits... Hyperlipidemia... Obesity... Psych vari…
What is atherosclerosis?
Blood vessel buildup w/ plaque making it narrow over time ... Bl…
What does artherosclerosis lead to?
Poor perfusion to vital organs leading to ischemia
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BMS Exam 2
Prokaryote
Eukaryote
the 9 characteristics of life
cytosol
Before + nucleus, no nucleus no organelles. Bacteria and has…
true + nucleus, animals and plants
contains materials found only in living organisms ... acquire an…
liquid inside the cell
Prokaryote
Before + nucleus, no nucleus no organelles. Bacteria and has…
Eukaryote
true + nucleus, animals and plants
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BMS 100 exam 2
attachment
infatuation
cohabitation
sexual orientation
emotional tie between an infant and his/her caregiver or betw…
an idealizing, obsessive attraction,characterized by a high d…
living together in a sexual relationship without being married
consistent pattern of emotional and sexual attraction based o…
attachment
emotional tie between an infant and his/her caregiver or betw…
infatuation
an idealizing, obsessive attraction,characterized by a high d…
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BMS 545 Exam 2 Objectives
What are the 3 major functions of the…
Describe the gross components to the s…
Draw a cross-section of the spinal cor…
Describe the general components to a r…
1) Sensory... * 1° afferents → sensory info into the cord... * Asce…
* Begins at foramen magnum... * Extends in adult to vertebral b…
Reflex = stereotyped response to a given sensory input... * Cor…
What are the 3 major functions of the…
1) Sensory... * 1° afferents → sensory info into the cord... * Asce…
Describe the gross components to the s…
* Begins at foramen magnum... * Extends in adult to vertebral b…
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BMS 409 Exam 2
4 Steps of Sexual Differentiation in M…
What is the name of the gene located o…
What gene results in the development o…
What gene is located on the X chromoso…
1. Establishment of Chromosomal Sex... 2. Development of Undiffe…
Sry via Sox9 (Results in development of testes and opposes in…
Sry via Sox9 (located on Y gene)
Rspo1 via Wnt4 and beta-catenin
4 Steps of Sexual Differentiation in M…
1. Establishment of Chromosomal Sex... 2. Development of Undiffe…
What is the name of the gene located o…
Sry via Sox9 (Results in development of testes and opposes in…
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BMS Exam 2
What happens at week 5 of brain develo…
What are the three primary brain vesic…
What is referenced in the slides as th…
Why does the brain fold up during deve…
Brain develops from the neural tube to having primary vesicles
Prosencephalon ... Mesencephalon... Rhombencephalon
When the brain develops secondary vesicles the telencephalon…
Because it grows much faster than the skull and the skull's m…
What happens at week 5 of brain develo…
Brain develops from the neural tube to having primary vesicles
What are the three primary brain vesic…
Prosencephalon ... Mesencephalon... Rhombencephalon
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BMS Exam 2
The nuclear membrane has to disappear…
Metaphase occurs prior to the splittin…
Mitosis is the process of chromosome s…
Cells that lack or ignore cell cycle c…
Attachment of mitotic spindle fibers centromeres
Aligning of chromosomes in the middle of the cell
Cytokinesis
Are defective and may be cancerous
The nuclear membrane has to disappear…
Attachment of mitotic spindle fibers centromeres
Metaphase occurs prior to the splittin…
Aligning of chromosomes in the middle of the cell
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Bms exam 2
Prokaryote
Eukaryote
Plants have
The cell is
No nucleus ... No organells... Bacteria... Has cell walls
Nucleus... Organelles (sensory pathway, disposal and recycling a…
Chloroplasts and cell walls
The smallest unit of having the properties of life
Prokaryote
No nucleus ... No organells... Bacteria... Has cell walls
Eukaryote
Nucleus... Organelles (sensory pathway, disposal and recycling a…
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BMS 300 Exam 2
taste
affrent
efferent
somatic
1. sweet- simple sugar... 2. salty- Na selective channel... 3. bitt…
to carry toward... -sensory info somatic... -conscious... - visceral-…
autonomic nervous system... to carry away... - to cause or bring ab…
from the body
taste
1. sweet- simple sugar... 2. salty- Na selective channel... 3. bitt…
affrent
to carry toward... -sensory info somatic... -conscious... - visceral-…
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BMS 310 Exam 2
Alzheimer's Manifestations
Alzheimer's pathology
temporal lobe
hippocampus
- deterioration of memory and cognition... - alterations in beha…
- narrowed gyri and widened sulci due to neuronal loss... - fron…
memory formation... short term memory disappears in mid-late AD…
region of the temporal lobe... site of most severe neuronal loss
Alzheimer's Manifestations
- deterioration of memory and cognition... - alterations in beha…
Alzheimer's pathology
- narrowed gyri and widened sulci due to neuronal loss... - fron…
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BMS Exam 2 Overview
Epithelial tissue
Connective tissue
Muscle Tissue
Neural Tissue
Tissue that covers exposed surfaces- lines internal passagewa…
Tissue that fills internal spaces- supports other tissues- tr…
Tissue specialized for contraction
Tissue that carries electrical signals
Epithelial tissue
Tissue that covers exposed surfaces- lines internal passagewa…
Connective tissue
Tissue that fills internal spaces- supports other tissues- tr…
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BMS Exam 2
Diploid
Haploid
Centromere
Spindle Apparatus
two complete sets of chromosomes, one from each parent.
single set of unpaired chromosomes
the point on a chromosome by which it is attached to a spindl…
-separate duplicated chromosomes in M phase... -consist of 2 dis…
Diploid
two complete sets of chromosomes, one from each parent.
Haploid
single set of unpaired chromosomes
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BMS Exam 2
Mitosis
Meiosis
Chromosome
Sister chromatid
-Is responsible for all body growth and tissue repair... -End up…
-Is responsible for the formation of gametes, sexual reproduc…
-Is made up of a single continuous DNA molecule & the associa…
Each half of a duplicated chromosome
Mitosis
-Is responsible for all body growth and tissue repair... -End up…
Meiosis
-Is responsible for the formation of gametes, sexual reproduc…
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BMS 301 EXAM 2
Case series
case report
who writes case reports/series?
Do case series/reports have a control…
2 or more patients with a similar disease
describes a single patient
they are written by clinicians to share insights gained from…
no it is not described
Case series
2 or more patients with a similar disease
case report
describes a single patient
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bms exam 2
why do cells divide?
Understanding cell division
Eukaryotic Cell Division
What is Mitosis responsible for
every multicellular organism from a single cell that has divi…
parent cells give rise to 'daughter cells' / all instructions…
Mitosis & Meiosis
is responsible for all body growth & tissue repair / ends up…
why do cells divide?
every multicellular organism from a single cell that has divi…
Understanding cell division
parent cells give rise to 'daughter cells' / all instructions…
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BMS Exam 2
All are stages of interphase except?
The form of RNA that carries the code…
If a parent cell has 40 chromosomes be…
When one allele's phenotype (first all…
Mitosis
mRNA
40
Dominant, Recessive
All are stages of interphase except?
Mitosis
The form of RNA that carries the code…
mRNA
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BMS 301 Exam 2
Prospective cohort study... -define... -stre…
Nurses' Health Study
Retrospective cohort study... -define... -st…
Nested case-control... -definition... -stren…
-definition: measuring outcome variables overtime after takin…
A prospective cohort study... 1976, nurses age 25-42 mailed inv…
-definition: looking at the past - already have assembly of c…
case-control study "nested" within a cohort study. Can assess…
Prospective cohort study... -define... -stre…
-definition: measuring outcome variables overtime after takin…
Nurses' Health Study
A prospective cohort study... 1976, nurses age 25-42 mailed inv…
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BMS exam 2
Transcriptional regulator
Receptor protein
Properties of proteins that allow to b…
Allosteric site
bind to DNA, promotes transcription
receive messages from outside the cell, binds to the message…
non-covalant bonds, specific amino acids lining the binding s…
binding sites and will change the shape ... ex. cAMP
Transcriptional regulator
bind to DNA, promotes transcription
Receptor protein
receive messages from outside the cell, binds to the message…
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Exam 2 for BMS 301
Anterior Longitudinal lig
posterior longitudinal lig
Ligaments Flava
interspinal lig
Broad big that limits extension (continuous)
limits flexion, thin and continuous
Between adjacent lamina, limits lateral flex
not continuous limits flex of the vertebral column. The inter…
Anterior Longitudinal lig
Broad big that limits extension (continuous)
posterior longitudinal lig
limits flexion, thin and continuous
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BMS 508 Exam 2
Each of the following would cause an i…
The cardiovascular centers in the medu…
The layer of a blood vessel that is do…
Arterial blood flow rises and falls du…
an inhibitor of angiotensin II
All of the above
tunica media
arterial pressure rises and falls
Each of the following would cause an i…
an inhibitor of angiotensin II
The cardiovascular centers in the medu…
All of the above
BMS 111 Exam 2- tissue types
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
Simple Columnar Epithelium
Pseudostratified Columnar Epithelium
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
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bms lab exam 2
tissue cells
histology
apical
basal
specialized cells and their product
study of tissues
faces lumen
basement membrane
tissue cells
specialized cells and their product
histology
study of tissues
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BMS 501 Exam 2 - GI
What are the 5 major functions of the…
The lumen of the GI tract is (internal…
Digestion involves what 3 phases?
Describe the general structure of the…
1) Move food through the GI tract... 2) Mechanical/physical bre…
External
1) Secretion... 2) Absorption... 3) Motility
1) Mucosa:... * Composed of epithelium consisting of endocrine a…
What are the 5 major functions of the…
1) Move food through the GI tract... 2) Mechanical/physical bre…
The lumen of the GI tract is (internal…
External
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BMS 321 Exam 2
amino acids
fischer projections
stereochemical depictions of molecules
amino acid isomers
-building blocks of proteins... -20 amino acids... -composed of cen…
-constituent atoms and bonds... -horizontal bonds- outward (wedg…
-shape of molecules... -solid wedge- outward... -dashed wedge- inwa…
-isomers- same atoms are connected but arranged differently... -…
amino acids
-building blocks of proteins... -20 amino acids... -composed of cen…
fischer projections
-constituent atoms and bonds... -horizontal bonds- outward (wedg…
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BMS 216 exam 2
Autotrophs
Use organic source of carbon
Chemotrophs
Phototrophs
Use inorganic source of cardon CO2
Carbs,proteins,fats are obtained from other organisms
Acquire energy from aerobic respiration and fermentation
Acquire energy from light
Autotrophs
Use inorganic source of cardon CO2
Use organic source of carbon
Carbs,proteins,fats are obtained from other organisms
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BMS 305 Exam 2
Crohn's Disease
fistula
zinc in Crohn's disease
Can patients with Crohn's absorb vitam…
-can occur throughout GI tract, but usually ileum and colon... -…
-abnormal passage between tissues... (between 2 lumens or to the…
-lose zinc due to soaps... -important for wound healing
-not if the ileum is involved because B12 is absorbed in the…
Crohn's Disease
-can occur throughout GI tract, but usually ileum and colon... -…
fistula
-abnormal passage between tissues... (between 2 lumens or to the…
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BMS 110-Exam 2
-DNA ➔ mRNA➔ protein
-Reverse Transcriptase
-Sugar molecule (ribose or deoxyribose…
Double Helix
The flow of information is from:
Some viruses can use RNA as a template for the synthesis of D…
Nucleotide three components
DNA nucleotides are arranged to form a______
-DNA ➔ mRNA➔ protein
The flow of information is from:
-Reverse Transcriptase
Some viruses can use RNA as a template for the synthesis of D…
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BMS 250- Exam 2 Review- Joint Movement
flexion
extension
hyperextension
lateral flexion
When the angle between two articulating bones decreases, this…
When the angle between two articulating bones increases, this…
When the extension of a joint goes beyond the normal movement…
When the vertebral column bends in a lateral direction, this…
flexion
When the angle between two articulating bones decreases, this…
extension
When the angle between two articulating bones increases, this…
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