Lab Review 7-12 - Lab Review Includes: Labs 7-12...

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Lab Review Includes: Labs 7-12
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Circulation Know the parts of the heart Identify the artery from the vein Identify the various cells of the blood Know the functions of the various cells Be able to identify the blood type on a blood typing card. Know the various blood types that can be received by that blood type
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Erythrocytes (Red Blood Cells) Main function of red blood cells (RBC) is the transport of Oxygen Each RBC contains the pigment hemoglobin which transports oxygen. RBC(s) are biconcave and have no nucleus at maturity.
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Erythrocytes-continued Most cells in blood are composed of erythrocytes or red blood cells. This view, contains erythrocytes & leukocytes. RBC WBC
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Blood Vessels-Arteries Blood is transported through the body by blood vessels. Arteries have thick walls with several layers including connective tissue, elastic fibers and smooth muscle. Artery
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Blood Vessels-Veins Veins, as the slide at the right shows, return blood to the heart. Cuplike valves help return blood to the heart by preventing the backflow of blood. Blood is moved from one segment between valves by muscular and respiratory movements. Valves Vein
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Simulated Blood Typing Lack of clumping of the simulated blood on the blood typing card, indicates that no antigens are present on the erythrocyte. What blood type is indicated?
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Simulated Blood Typing-continued See Table 7.3 in the lab book for antigens and antibodies present in various blood types. If the card indicates clumping of the A and the Rh antigen, then the blood type is A +. This also means that the antibody present in the blood plasma is B. The possible donor types for A+ blood include A+, A-, O+, O-.
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Heart Anatomy Be able to locate and identify the various structures of the heart. These include the aorta, aortic semilunar valve, AV valve, left & right atrium, left & right ventricles, & the major vessels.
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Internal Heart Structure Be able to locate and identify the various structures of the heart. This includes the inferior and superior vena cava, ventricles, atria, etc.
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Immune System Review the ways HIV is transmitted. Review the description of the various diseases. Review which cells of the immune system are involved with antibody mediated and cell mediated immune response. Know the function of the various immune system cells. Know the targets of the cell mediated and antibody mediated immune responses. Know the differences between antibody, antigen, MHC marker.
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Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) AIDS was discovered in 1981 when a rare form of pneumonia, Pneumocytic carinii, was found in healthy young people. An individual can become infected with HIV
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2011 for the course BIOL 1409 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Dallas Colleges.

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