BI 106 A&P Domestic Animals Lab #3 Special Senses I. Skin :Handout and Model A. Free nerve endings (pain) B. Pacinian corpuscle (pressure) C. Meissner corpuscle (touch) D. Ruffini endings (pressure) E. Krause end bulbs (touch) F. Merkels discs (touch) II.
BI 106: A& P of Domestic Animals
Description: Continuation of a comprehensive vertebrate anatomy and physiology course, employing a systems approach. Emphasis on domestic species such as the cat, dog, bird, horse, ruminant, rat, and mouse. An
BIOL 1006 Quiz #1 1/26/06 Name_ 1. What structures comprise the central nervous system?
2. What is a dendrite? 3. How are messages passed between neurons? 4. What is myelin?
5. What part of the brain controls basic functions such as respiration? 6. Which
BI 106 Final Exam May 9, 2006 Name_
Academic Honesty Students who fail to abide by the standard of conduct, including academic honesty and plagiarism, will be disciplined. Disciplinary action may range from withdrawal by the instructor from class or labor
BI 106 Hour Exam #3 April 7, 2006 Name_ Anyone observed cheating is in deep doo doo. Understand? Sign here_
Rememberthis is multiple multiple double secret choice. In other words, there may be more than one correct answer to a question. If there are, circ