Nutrition: A Biology Perspective. Will Brown Lecture 2. Objectives and Content. Objective: Define the nutritional needs of a human being from a physiological and biological point of view Contents Cells and cell structure Cellular metabolism and respiration Tissues and organ systems.
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More on this when we get into Proteins later in the quarter.
Rough endoplasmic reticulum (rER)
Smooth endoplasmic reticulum (sER)
Ribosome attached to rER
Cis face of Golgi apparatus
Trans face of Golgi apparatus
Cisternae of Golgi apparatus
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DO NOT spend time trying to memorize this! It will not be on the test! I highlight this so you can understand the complexity of metabolism.
Urethra (Left side with frontal section)
Renal artery and vein
Inferior vena cava
Common iliac artery and vein
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