2009_Lab_13_Integumentary,Respiratory,Circulatory_and_Muscles_no_heart_or_vessels

2009_Lab_13_Integumentary,Respiratory,Circulatory_and_Muscles_no_heart_or_vessels

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Biology 002-Laboratory Manual 1 INTEGUMENTARY, CIRCULATORY, RESPIRATORY SYSTEMS and  MUSCLES  In this exercise you will have an opportunity to see some of the structures we have been  talking about in class. PROCEDURE With a lab partner and USING YOUR NOTES, answer the following questions  associated with the displays that are set up around the room.  Hand in your lab before you leave. GRADING 1-3 wrong  check 3.5 wrong  = check minus Specimen #1.  Human femur Identify region  a. The circular bone section was cut from region  a.  Of what type of bone is this region composed? What used to be found in the  middle of the circular section of bone? Identify structure  b. Of what type of bone is  b composed? Name the membrane that covered this bone when it was living. Specimen #2. Bone tissue Name the large circular units (a) seen in this model/slide. Name the small circular regions (b) in the middle of each of the above units. When this tissue is living, what is located in the above small, circular structures? Identify the cells that, when living, are part of this tissue.
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Biology 002-Laboratory Manual 2 Of what material is the matrix composed? Specimen #11.  Skeleton.
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