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What number identifies the right atrium?
What number identifies the tricuspid valve (right AV)?
What number identifies the pulmonary veins?
What number identifies the left ventricle?
Referring to the chart included in the review, if you were using a 4x objective, and within yourField of View you were able to see 4 cells of a specimen, what would be the approximate size ofone cell of this specimen?
If your lab instructor informed the class that they would need to see a section of 5 cells of aspecimen so that they extended across the field of view, and she included the information thateach cell was 0.08mm, which objective would you use?
Is milk (ph 6.4 - 6.8) acidic or basic?
Milk of magnesia (pH 10.5) is what when compared to baking soda (pH 8.5)?Match the number to the Microscope part or function11 → fine adjustment knob3 → objective lens7 → ocular lens9 → stage6 → light source10 → course adjustment8 → armCorrectly match the followingMammals are unique in possessing what to help pull in air? →diaphragmWhat is the voice box? →larynxWhat is shared by both digestive and respiratory tracts?PharynxWhat epithelial tissue is destroyed by smoking, but can regenerate if smoking stops? →What are the lobed air sacs in the lungs? →alveoli

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