Bio 105 EXAM 2 - Study Guide (Spring 2008)

Bio 105 EXAM 2 - Study Guide (Spring 2008) - BIO 105 EXAM 2...

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BIO 105 – EXAM 2 Study Guide Spring 2008 (Walker) Exam 2 will be held next Wednesday, March 5th. It will be similar in format to Exam 1, so bring number 2 pencils. The exam will cover Chapters 7, 8, and 9. Chapter 7 – C.V. System: Blood Learn the difference in the different types of blood cells, physically and functionally. This figure is a great source of info to help supplement the notes and text information. Know that the blood is made up of formed elements (red and white blood cells, and platelets), and plasma. Know the abundance of these components of blood (ex. There are 4-6 million red blood cells per drop of blood, much fewer white blood cells at any given time). Plasma is 92% water, and the rest consists of salts and organic molecules. Have a general idea what is in plasma other than water (ex. Plasma proteins, electrolytes…) Know the functions of blood. They fall into three primary categories. Understand what the red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets do. Know the different types of white blood cells (the different granular and agranular leukocytes) and their function. Know the role of platelets in sealing a broken vessel via clotting. Understand hemostasis and how this helps the healing process of wounded vessels.
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course BIOL 105 taught by Professor Chandlerwalker during the Spring '08 term at S. Indiana.

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Bio 105 EXAM 2 - Study Guide (Spring 2008) - BIO 105 EXAM 2...

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