Review Sheet 1-  The Language of Anatomy
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Review Sheet 1- The Language of Anatomy

Course Number: BIO 201, Spring 2011

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TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
exerciseThe Microscopeith the invention of the microscope, biologistsgained a valuable tool to observe and study structures (like cells) that are too small to be seen by theunaided eye. The information gained helped in establishing many of the theorie
TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
N AME LAB T IME/DATETheA xialS keletonThe S kulli 1. F irst, m atch t he b one n amesi n c olumn B w ith t he d escriptionsn c olumnA ( the i tems i n c olumn B m ay b e u sedm ore t han once).T hen. c ircle t he b onesi n c olumn B t hat a re c ranial
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NAME LABTIME/DATETheA ppendicular SkeletonBoneso f t he P ectoral irdle nd U pperE xtremity G a1. Match the bone namesor markings in column B with the descriptionsin column A.ColurnnAs; deltoidtuberosiry 1. raised areaon lateral surfaceof humerusto w
TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
N AME LAB T IMEiDATEArticulations nd a Body M ovementsFibrous, artilaginous,nd S ynovial oints C a J1. U se k ey r esponseso i dentify t hej oint t ypesd escribed elow. t b Key: a . c artilaginous l. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. b. f ibrous c. s ynoviala; c artttag
TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
LAB TIME/DATEMicroscopic Anatomyand Organtzation ofSkeletal MuscleSkeletal Muscle Cells and Their Packaging into Muscles1. usethe items in the key to correctly identily the structures described below.Key:a.b.endomysiuml.connective tissue enshe
TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
TAMU Intl. - BIO - 201
29 APrint FormREVIEWSHEETNAME _EXERCISELAB TIME/DATE _BloodComposition of Blood1. What is the blood volume of an average-size adult male? _ liters An average adult female? _ liters2. What determines whether blood is bright red or a dull brick-re
Drexel - ENGR - 201
WELCOME TO PHYS 2O1 Spring 2010Course Instructor:Prof. Ramos (Disque 624), Email: rcr32@drexel.eduCourse Format:similar to Phys 101, 102Exams:2 Midterms (4/27 and 5/25, Tuesdays, 8-8:50 am),1 Final Exam. No make-up exams.Recitation:Attendance req
Drexel - ENGR - 201
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Where can you get polarized light ?A. Reflection off a shiny, non-conducting surface (ocean surface)Polaroid filters can be used to remove the glare from pictures.+=cfw_Ze"J cHnP 35'.f4lrdh': \/fofa. ("*,-o "( en l2atesA. *7/a:-,.!- *-" taze f/,4-
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But does light always behave like a wave ?The Photoelectric effectWhen light is incident on a metal surface,electrons can be ejected and give rise toa photoelectric current. Collector plate can be held at negative voltages to repel photoelectrons. M
Drexel - ENGR - 201
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Drexel - ENGR - 201
ENGR 201, Spring 2010 Homework Week 1 A. A temperature probe is used to measure the temperature in an experiment. Before using the probe in the experiment, a calibration curve is needed to ensure the correct va
Drexel - ENGR - 201
ENGR 201, Spring 2010 Homework Week 2 A. Text problems: 4.3, 4.5, 4.6, 4.9
Drexel - ENGR - 201
Homework 4.11 (only analyze column 1), 4.12 (onlyanalyze column 1), 4.26, 4.34, 4.42
Drexel - ENGR - 201
Homework Problems Wk 4Chapter 5, textbook 5.6, 5.8, 5.101
Drexel - ENGR - 201
Homework 1 SolutionA temperature probe is used to measure the temperature in an experiment. Before using theprobe in the experiment, a calibration curve is needed to ensure the correct value to within theinstrument accuracy. Using known temperature sou
Drexel - ENGR - 201
PROBLEM 4.3KNOWN:= 121.6 psiSx = 14 psiN is very largexFIND: P(x > 150 psi)ASSUMPTIONS:Normal distributionSx ; x x'SOLUTIONThe z variable is defined byz1 = -(x1 - x')/ = -(121.6 -150)/14 = 2.028We look up P(2.028) from Table 4.3. Interpolatio
Drexel - ENGR - 201
PROBLEM 4.11Data of Table 4.8, Column 1N = 20KNOWN:FIND: tSF (95%)FSOLUTIONFor this dataset in Column 1:F=1N F = 50.5 NN i=1 iSF = [1N ( Fi F )2 ]1/ 2 = 1.00 NN 1 i =1with = N 1 = 19 . Then from Table 4.4, t19,95 = 2.093. Thescatter of t
Drexel - ENGR - 201
PROBLEM 5.6KNOWN:Analog TachometerResolution: 5 rpmAccuracy: within 1% readingFIND: ud at 10, 500, 5000 rpmSOLUTIONThe design-stage uncertainty is22ud = (uo + uc )1/ 2whereuo = 2.5 rpmuc = 1% of readingThis yieldsspeed[rpm]ucuoud[rpm]
Drexel - ENGR - 201
PROBLEM 5.13KNOWN: Heat transfer from a rod is to be determined.Nu = hD/k is the nondimensional heat transfer.uh = 150 7% W/m2-K (95%)ud = 20 0.5 mm (95% assumed)uk = 0.6 2% W/m-K (95% assumed)FIND: uNuSOLUTIONAt the known level of uncertainty pro
Drexel - ENGR - 201
PROBLEM 8.5KNOWN: A thermistor has a resistance of 20,000 at 100C. = 3650CRo = 20,000 R = 500 FIND: The temperature corresponding to a thermistor resistance of 500 .SOLUTION:From (8.11)1Letting Ro = 20,000 R = Ro e1 T To R = 500 = 20, 000e
Drexel - ENGR - 201
12.12 Consider measuring a rotational speed using a stroboscope. Therotational speed is higher than the flash rate of the stroboscope. Thestroboscope is observed to synchronize at 10,000, 18,000, and 22,000 flashesper second. Determine the rotational s
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