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  1. 2nd and 3rd year paper choices

    by , 18-12-14 at 01:48 PM
    2nd year:
    S1: PHSL231, MICR221, ANAT241, MAOR110
    S2: PHSL232, PHSL233, MICR223, STAT110

    3rd year:
    SS: HUNT233, FORB201
    S1: PHSL342, PHSL345, BIOC210
    S1: PHSL343, ANAT243, ANAT332
  2. Medical Related Books

    by , 12-12-14 at 11:03 AM
    I was going to post this in the "book you're currently reading" thread, but thought it might be better off as a blog post when I started to ramble.

    I've been collecting these books over the last couple of years... I may or may not have 5 more in the mail (thanks for being cheap and for the free shipping, bookdepository.com).
    Maybe I am just bad at the internet, but a lot of these were hard to find when I didn't know where to look, so hopefully this is a list which might ...
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  3. ANAT332 Semester 2 2014

    by , 10-12-14 at 03:03 PM
    This paper consists of 3 modules:
    The 1st module is taught by Dr Bunn who discusses cell division, death, differentiation and how mutations in the genes that control these processes leads to cancer. Rather than being taught lecture by lecture, the sections are taught. As a result, the final exam question is based on all 3 lectures, or so we were told. However, in the final exam, the question was about apoptosis (comparing and contrasting intrinsic and extrinsic apoptosis) and the types (with ...
  4. ANAT243

    by , 07-12-14 at 06:18 PM
    There are 4 modules:
    The 1st module is taught by Dr Gold discussing the functions and somewhat the structure of both the male and female reproductive tract. My advice would be to memorize the summary slides she puts up on moodle closer to the exam because she will ask questions from that.
    The 2nd module is taught by Dr Gold and Dr Wilson discussing reproductive technologies, contraception, fertilisation, implantation, pregnancy and lactation. Once again for Dr Gold memorize her summary ...
  5. PHSL 343 Semester 2 2014

    by , 07-12-14 at 05:41 PM
    PHSL343: 4 modules
    The 1st module is taught by Dr Butt and this year the content was split between glucose( how the model for glucose reabsorption in the intestine is wrong and what the new model is) and bicarbonate transport through the CFTR channel. As a result, this years and previous years exam questions (either/or) were a choice between between glucose and bicarbonate. In my opinion, glucose is easier. Cell diagrams and graphs are a must.
    The 2nd module is taught by Dr Mcdonald ...
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