Right lower quadrant RLQ Left upper quadrant LUQ Left lower quadrant LLQ

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Right lower quadrant (RLQ) ° Left upper quadrant (LUQ) ° Left lower quadrant (LLQ) ° Appendicular Division (includes the upper and lower limbs) ° Organ & Systems (You must know that there are 11 systems and be able to name them and their associated organs) ° Integumentary System ° Skeletal System ° Muscular System ° Nervous System ° Endocrine System ° Cardiovascular System ° Lymphatic System ° Respiratory System ° Digestive System ° Urinary System ° Reproductive ° Male Reproductive System ° Female Reproductive System
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5 Exercise 2: Care and Use of the Compound Light Microscope ° Parts of the Microscope ° Head ° Objective Lenses ° Arm ° 4X ° Base ° 10X ° Body Tubes ° 40X ° Ocular Lenses (eyepiece) ° 100X (Oil Immersion lens) ° Rotating Nosepiece ° Stage ° Mechanical Stage ° Coarse Adjustment knob ° Aperture (opening in the stage) ° Fine Adjustment knob ° Condenser ° Iris diaphragm ° Definitions ° Resolution (or resolving power) ° Total Magnification ° Depth of Field ° Field of View ° Parfocal
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6 Exercise 3: Cell Structure ° Eukaryotic Cells (Students should know all parts of the cell, their location, and primary functions listed in Table 3.1) ° The Nucleus and its structures ° Nucleus ° Nuclear Envelope ° Nucleoplasm ° Nuclear pores ° Nucleolus ° Chromatin ° The Plasma Membrane ° Plasma membrane ° The Cytoplasm and its structures ° Cytoplasm ° Cytosol ° Organelles ° Membranous organelles within the Cytoplasm ° Rough Endoplasmic reticulum ° Smooth Endoplasmic reticulum ° Golgi apparatus (complex) ° Lysosome ° Transport vesicles ° Ribosomes ° Non-membranous organelles within the Cytoplasm ° Free ribosomes ° Centrioles ° Cilia ° Mitochondria ° Microvilli
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7 Exercise 4: Epithelial and Connective Tissues ° Epithelial Tissues (Epithelium) ° Simple squamous ° Simple cuboidal ° Simple columnar Goblet cells ° Stratfied squamous ° Pseudostratified columnar ° Transitional epithelium ° Connective Tissues ° Areolar (Loose Connective Tissue) ° Dense, Fibrous Connective Tissue ° Regular ° Irregular ° Reticular Tissue ° Adipose ° Hyaline cartilage ° Fibrocartilage ° Elastic cartilage ° Bone ° Blood
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8 Exercise 5: The Integumentary System ° Layers of the Skin and the Hypodermis ° Epidermis ° Stratum corneum ° Stratum lucidum ° Stratum granulosum ° Stratum spinosum ° Stratum basale (Stratum germinativum) ° Dermis ° Papillary layer ° Dermal papilla ° Reticular layer ° Hypodermis (superficial fascia or subcutaneous tissue) ° Adipose tissue ° Accessory Structures of the Skin ° Glands ° Sudoriferous glands (sweat glands) ° merocrine (eccrine) ° sweat pore ° apocrine ° sweat duct ° Sebaceous glands (produce oil) ° Hair ° Hair shaft ° Hair follicle ° Hair root ° Hair bulb ° Arrector pili muscle ° Sensory Receptors ° Merkel disc ° Pacinian corpuscle (lamellated) ° Meissner’s corpuscle (tactile) ° Hair follicle plexus ° Ruffini’s corpuscle ° Free nerve ending ° Cutaneous plexus (arteries and veins) °
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