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Salty Taste Gustatory cell Physiology *(RELEASES SEROTONIN!) not ATP

1.Sodium ion enters through the sodium ion channel into the 2.gustatory cell 3.Sodium ion begins to depolarize the cell 4.A graded potential is activated 5.Voltage gated Sodium channels are…

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Bitter sweet Umami Gustatory Cell Physiology

This video will cover the physiology of the bitter sweet umami gustatory cell. The reason we can rope all 3 of these tastes together is because they all go through a very similar physiology the…

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Focusing Light

Original video: https://byui.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=ad8a2bb9-75ec-4c96-a170-527d173864b6. Stored in Kaltura to add captions for accessibility

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Animation Summation of Postsynaptic Potentials

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Professor Fink: Cellular Respiration

I have recorded a "newer" version of Cellular Respiration on YouTube, entitled: BIOLOGY; CELLULAR RESPIRATION (2012): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65434N6JYCA Professor Fink…

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Metabolism - Part 2: Glycolysis and Lactic Acid Fermentation

This video discusses the first step of cellular respiration - glycoloyis in a manner easy to understand but in enough detail to be useful.

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Metabolism - Part 1: Overview of Cellular Respiration

This video discusses the body's need for cellular respiration and what is actually happening to provide the energy to make ATP. In the next videos of this series, we discuss the 4 main parts of…

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Ionic & Covalent Bonds

This video walks you through how to recognize bonding patterns.

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Glial Cells - Neuroanatomy Basics

http://www.anatomyzone.com In this anatomy tutorial we look at the different types of glial cells in the central and peripheral nervous system. The following structures are discussed: -…

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BIO264-Organic Chemistry1_1

BIO264-Organic Chemistry1_1

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BIO264-NervousSystem1_2

BIO264-NervousSystem1_2

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BIO264-Nervous System7

BIO264-Nervous System7

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Inorganic Chemistry Video 1

Bro. Hunt lecture video inorganic Chem part 1

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Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration

What is the difference between aerobic and anaerobic respiration? processes that occur in aerobic respiration and anaerobic respiration

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Channel Protein

What are the parts of the cell membrane? Very basic explanation of the bilayer, integral and peripheral proteins

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Meninges & CSF Pathway Through Ventricles Part 1

What are the mater of the head? dura, arachnoid, pia mater, ventricles

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Reflexes Review

What are the different types of reflexes? Stretch reflex is monosynaptic, no interneuron. All others are polysynaptic and have inerneurons

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Four Sympathetic Nervous System Routes

What are the four sympathetic nervous system routes? Spinal nerves, sympathetic nerves, splachnic, adrenal medulla

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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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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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Electron Transport Chain Part 1

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

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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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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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