Lab Guide A&P 04-05

Lab Guide A&P 04-05 - LABGUIDEFOR ANATOMYANDPHYSIOLOGY

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1 LAB GUIDE FOR ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY  (BIOLOGY 2221L and 2222L) This lab guide was written to be used with
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LAB 1         (Exercises 3, 4) ASSIGNMENT : Microscopy :  Exercise 3, pp.21-25, 27, Activities 1, 2, 4 1.  Identify and state function of parts of compound light microscope. 2.  Demonstrate correct use and care procedures. 3.  State and explain principles/rules of microscopy. 4.  Define and calculate total magnification. Mitosis :  Exercise 4, pp.37-39, Activity 6 5.  Define mitosis/cytokinesis. 6. Identify the five phases of mitosis from slides (allium root            tip/whitefish)/models. 7.  Describe the activities/events occurring in each phase. 8.  Describe the biological significance of mitosis. 2
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Lab Two:  Tissues and Skin (Exercises 6, 7) ASSIGNMENT : Tissues :  Exercise 6, Activities 1-4, pp.48-65 1. State the characteristics (cell types, arrangements, matrix composition  in CT, functions, body locations) of the 4 major tissue types and major  subcategories of each type. 2. Identify   the   specific   tissues   listed   from   slides   and/or   micro-graphs.  Identify cells and matrix components on assigned slides. Identify organ/ body location for each assigned tissue section. Skin :  Exercise 7, pp.67-70, 73, Activities 1, 3) 3. Study skin slide and model identifying the tissue types found in the skin  layers.   4.   Identify the specific skin structures listed on skin slides and models.  State functions of the skin’s tissue layers and structures. Tissues (Exercise 6) simple squamous epithelium hyaline cartilage simple cuboidal epithelium elastic cartilage simple columnar epithelium bone pseudostratified epithelium skeletal muscle stratified squamous epithelium smooth muscle transitional epithelium cardiac muscle 3
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areolar connective tissue neural tissue adipose tissue       *Required-multi-polar neurons with                         glial cells dense irregular connective tissue       *Optional-spinal cord cross section dense regular connective tissue       *Optional-peripheral nerve fibrocartilage       *Optional-neuromuscular                        junction/motor endplate                 Structures in Skin (Exercise 7) Epidermis  (stratified squamous  epithelium)        reticular layer        stratum corneum        sudoriferous-sweat glands        stratum spinosum        arrector pili muscle        stratum granulosum        hair follicle/shaft        stratum basale         sebaceous-oil (sebum) glands D     ermis      ( dense irregular connective  tissue)         sensory nerve fibers/receptors        papillary layer Hypodermis  (Adipose tissue) 4
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course BIOL 2222 taught by Professor Jones during the Summer '11 term at Kennesaw.

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Lab Guide A&P 04-05 - LABGUIDEFOR ANATOMYANDPHYSIOLOGY

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