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Glycolysis Part 2

(What is the difference between glucose and glycogen?) This ESS 375 video teaches the difference between glucose and glycogen.

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Glycolysis Part 1

(What is glycolosis?) This ESS 375 video teaches about glycolosis.

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Hormones of Exercise Part I (Target Tissue)

(How do lipid and water soluable hormones interact with cells?) This ESS 375 video teaches how lipids and water soluable hormones interact with cells.

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Chemoreceptor Reflex, Adrenal Medullary Mechanism

Chemoreceptor reflex mechanism with a brief review of pH and application questions, adrenal medullary mechanism, CNS ischemic response mechanism. Q: What are the different short term blood pressure…

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Blood Pressure & pH

A video explaining the process by which blood pressure is regulated through pH and gas exchange. Q: How does the chemoreceptor reflex regulate Blood Pressure?

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Parkinson's Disease

This is a video about Parkinson's Disease

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Sound Travel Through the Ear

How does sound travel through the ear? frequency determines the speed and pitch determines the volume of the sound. hair cells are bent which stimulates action potentials.

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Memory Chart

How does memory work? long and short term memory, electric signals of memory

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G Protein Receptors Part 2

What are the uses of G Protein in the senses? g protein and action potentials and processes of senses

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G Protein Receptors Part 1

How does a G protein function? Parts and function of a G protein

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Action Potential in the Eye

How does an action potential move through the eye? exlanation of an action potential in the eye, rods, bipolar neurons and the optic nerve

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Reabsorption

What gets reabsorbed in the proximal convoluted tubule, the decending limb of the loop of Henle, the ascending limb of the loop of henle, and the distal convoluted tubule. The vasa recta is also…

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Renin-Angiotensinogen-Aldosterone Mechanism Effect

Same mechanism as previous video, except in more depth because it focuses in on the kidney. Explains differences in cortical nephron vs juxtamedullary nephron. Q: How does this mechanism work? Q:…

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ADH*

This video discusses ADH and aquaporins. Q: What is ADH, and what does it do?

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Neurons of the ANS

What do the odd and even receptors do in the ANS? The differences of neurons, receptors and divisions of the ANS

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Hormone Pulsatility

What is pulsatility? Hormones are released in a pulse or a bunch at a time.

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Electron Transport Chain Part 2

explanation of the flow of electrons through the chain Questions: How does the electron transport chain work?

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Tracks of CNS

What are functions and responses of the CNS? Afferent and efferent pathways, sensory and motor neurons, and synapses

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Krebs Cycle Part 2*

Final stages of the Krebs cycle, product totals, beta oxidation Questions: What are the steps of the Krebs cycle?

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ANS and Receptors

What are the receptors of the sympathetic, parasympathetic, and somatic systems? the different receptors in each of the systems of the autonomic nervous system

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Stomach Cells in Upper Digestion Part 1

This video covers parietal cells, and how it interacts with the bicarbonate buffer system in our bodies. Questions: What are the cells of digestion?

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Krebs Cycle Part 1*

early steps of krebs cycle, CoA Questions: What are the steps of the Krebs cycle?

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Aerobic vs. Anaerobic

what is the difference between aerobic and anaerobic processes? ketoacidosis, anerobic and anaerobic

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Glycolysis Part 3

What are the steps of glycolysis? final steps of glycolysis and pyruvate formation

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Diabetes Part 1

A video that teaches about diabetes.

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Glycolysis Part 1***

A video that teaches about glycolysis.

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Divisions of Nervous System Part 1

A video that teaches about divisions of the nervous system.

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Stomach Cells in Upper Digestion Part 2

This video covers how the enteric nervous system works with the ECL cells, cheif cells, G-cells, and D-cells. The video is a continuation of "Stomach Cells In Upper Digestion Part 1".…

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Stomach Cells in Upper Digestion Part 3

This video is a continuation on the discussion of the stomach cells, but covers what gastrin does, and what somatostatin does. It also explains what would happen if somatostatin wasn't present…

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Divisions of Nervous System Part 2

A video that teaches about divisions in the nervous system.

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