Cranial Never lab Report 1
Cranial Nerve Lab Report
November 15, 2016
Cranial Never lab Report 2
This study examined a 5-year-old girl Zoe, who was recently evaluated for her
vision problems. Her parents noti
Human Anatomy and Physiology II
Human Anatomy and Physiology, 9th ed.
HCC Class Materials
Lab Manual: HCC Lab Manual (will be in bookstore
Dr. Ann Repka
Office: ST 260
When I am ready for the final exam, I should be
Define and utilize the scientific method
Distinguish between phase of matter
Distinguish between a homogeneous
mixture, a heterogeneous mixture and a
Objective 11: The Intrinsic Conduction System
Sinoatrial (SA) Node
Right atrial wall, just
below the SVS
rate is 100/min
is the normal
Biol 203 Honors Case Study: Genetic Selection
Good morning, everyone, Dr. Lee began the meeting. We have a lot to talk about. Ill summarize
this case for those of you who may not have had time to read the file. Sam and Donna Grahm have been
married six ye
a. System: particular part of the universe that we are interested in
b. Surroundings: refers to the rest of the universe
c. Thermal energy: a form of kinetic energy
d. Chemical energy: a form of
Experiment 10: Atomic Spectroscopy
Experiment 10: Atomic Spectroscopy
1. The goal in part one of the experiment was to compare the accepted
Organisms are life forms because they:
- acquire and use energy
- are made up of one or more cells
- process information
- are capable of replication
- are a product of evolution
Cell theory: all organisms are made of cells, and all cells come
Exam #2 Need to Review:
4.43- Arrange the following pairs of charged particles in order of increasing
magnitude of attractive force.
4.57The graph shows IE1, IE2, IE3, and IE4 for three main group elements: A, B,
and C. Using information from th
Law of conservation of mass
balance became an
important instrument in the
which is the quantity of
matter in a material.
You should note the distinction
between the terms mass and
Chapter 5 Microbial Metabolism
What is Metabolism?
Collection of controlled biochemical reactions that
take place within cells of an organism.
Ultimate function of metabolism is to provide
structures necessary to reproduce the microorganism.
BIO2010 Chapter 5 Study Guide
Glycolysis is _.
the lysis of glucose in chloroplasts
the synthesis of pyruvate in mitochondria
the breakdown of glucose to form two molecules of pyruvate
the synthesis of glucose from two molecules of pyruvate
Analyze the three major categories of hormones, discuss how each are regulated, and provide examples
Hormones are substances produced by a set of glands in the human body. Together, these
glands make up the endocrine system. The three major categ
From: Salivary glands & pancreatic
Starch NOT digested:
From: Pancreatic acinar cells
Protein NOT digested: No C
1. Open the Power Point as a slide show.
2. Click the down arrow to progress.
Identify the organ:
Identify the structures
BIOL 204 - Week 8 Lab
Anatomy of the Lymphatic and
The thoracic duct of the cat may be seen lying parallel to the
thoracic aorta in the thoracic cavity
Cat Lymph Node
Dr. Glenn Gebler
Lymph is the fluid
Structures & organs
Collect excess large particles and tissue fluid
Return tissue fluid to the bloodstream
Transport fats from the digestive tract to the
BIO 2060 Chapter 24 Study Guide
Suppose you suddenly develop a wild craving for bananas and eat a half
dozen. Since bananas are rich in potassium, this will raise your blood
potassium concentration. How does the body get rid of the extra potassium?
BIO 2060 Chapter 21 Study Guide Questions
1. Name one specific physical property that gives skin its protective, immune function.
2. Name one specific chemical property that gives skin its protective, immune function.
Skin has Keratin th
1. What does it mean to say that photosystem II splits water?
A. water is reduced to yield H2 gas
B. a condensation reaction occurs
C. water is broken into monomers
D. water is oxidized to yield H+, electrons, and O2
2. Cellular respiration is controlled
1. Synaptic signaling between adjacent neurons is like hormone signaling in
which of the following ways?
A. it persists over a long period
B. it sends its signal molecules quite a distance
C. it sends its signal molecules through the blood
D. it sends its
1. The final acceptor of electrons in the light reactions of photosynthesis
2. What is the main purpose of the reactions in a fermentation pathway?
A. to synthesize pyruvate from lactate
B. to synthesize electron acceptor