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Bacteria Color Erythrocytes (hemoglobin) Glucose Ketones Leukocytes pH Protein Specific gravity Volume Big cars help guide killing lest people potentially seem vast
Identify what each animal group excretes amino acids as Urea Uric Acid Ammonia Uric Acid Urea Sharks Birds Most Fish Most reptiles Mammals
Name the 3 components of the excretory system Kidney Bladder Urethra
What is kidney filtration based on Size
What is reabsorbed by the kidney? Water Essential molecules
Identify (1 (2 (3 (4 5) 6) 7) Calyces Renal Artery Renal Vein Ureter Renal Pelvis Medulla Cortex
Identify
Fill in the kidney function table Region Structure Function Cortex Medulla Renal Pelvis Glomerulus Bowman’s Capsule Proximal Tubule Distal Tubule Descending loop of Henle Ascending loop of Henle Collecting Duct Renal Papilla Ureter Filter blood Drain fluid into proximal tubule Remove Na & Cl Hold urine for concentration (by H2O removal) Concentrate filtrate Pump out Na & Cl ions Allow concentration of urine, if necessary Transport filtrate to ureter Transport urine to bladder
What is this? Kidney
Exercise 13
What comprises the CNS? The PNS? Brain and Spinal Chord Everything else
Name the six key components of the neuron and their purpose. Axon Cell body Dendrites Nodes of Ranvier Schwann cells Synapse Move signals away from cell body Contains nucleus and most organelles Conduct nerve impulses to cell body Speed the transmission of electrical signals Provides the insulating myelin sheath for axons in the PNS Gap between axon and dendrite
What is the basic unit of the nervous system? Neuron
Name the two types of cells in taste buds Receptor cells Support cells
Where is the retina located? The back of the eye
What is the purpose of the lens? Focus light on the retina
What is the purpose of the Iris? To control the amount of light that reaches the retina How does the Iris accomplish this? By opening or closing the pupil
Name the two photoreceptors in the human eye Cones Rods
Where are rods more numerous? The edge of the retina
Which photoreceptor is active in dim light? Rods

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