For the listed structure or molecule, provide the appropriate cell type in
which they can be found. Answer A for animal, P for plant, and B for Bacterial. Note
that the structure or molecule can be found in more than one type of cell. If the
1. What is the difference in response between the stretch reflexes we measured and the deep
tendon (Golgi tendon organ) reflex?
The difference in response between the stretch reflex and the deep tendon reflex is that in a
Sensory Nerves Lab
1. Why would you expect there to be a higher density of receptors in some locations as
compared to other locations?
I would expect there to be a higher density of receptors in some locations of the body rather
than other area
Blood Pressure Lab
1. What would happen if a type A blood donor donates blood to a type B recipient?
If a type A blood donor donated blood to a type B recipient there would be a transfusion
reaction in which the type A antigens attaches to the
Joints, Goniometry, and Somatotyping Lab
1. Which of the five types of synovial joints exhibits the greatest range of motion?
The synovial joint that exhibits the greatest range of motion is the ball and sock joint.
2. What movement at t
Membrane Transport Lab
Group Osmosis Data
Initial wt. (g)
Bag A (dHO)
Class Summary Osmosis Data
EMG, Muscle Strength & Dynamometry Lab
1. Which hand was stronger for your subject, both in absolute and relative terms, and by how
In our subject, the right hand was stronger in both absolute terms, which makes senses because
her right h
ECG & Pulse Lab
1. Were there any differences in heart rate when comparing: pulse sites, sides of body, or
pulse to ECG? If so, why might there be?
Comparing the heart rates between pulse sites, sides of body and pulse compared to ECGs
Blood Pressure Lab
1. What Korotkoff sound(s) could you hear, and what do they represent in terms of pressure
in artery & cuff, and blood flow though the artery?
The Korotkoff sounds I could hear clearly in the lab was the 1st sound and the 5th
HSC 106QR Study guide: Exam 1
Requirements for your body concerning nutrients:
*There are 45 essential nutrients which are nutrients that the
body is unable to produ
Much progress has been made over last 100 years in
health and life expectancy
Worldwide goal of 21st century: achievement of good
o Requires individual actions to improve personal
health as well as organized community action
Alcohol and tobacco chapter 8
20% is rapidly absorbed from the stomach into the
75% is absorbed in the upper part of the small
remaining is absorbed along the GI tract
Affected by many factors
o Food in the stomach
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Part 2 - $20 Budget
a Menu Worksheet
1. Garlic Parmesan Crusted Salmon and Asparagus
with cucumber water
1 bunch of Asparagus
Developing intimate relationship
Willingness to give oneself
-share ideas, feelings, time, and needs
self-concept and self esteem
-feeling good about oneself
love, sex, a
What is stress?
Stress refers to two different thigns
-situations that triggers physical and emotional reactions
-the reactions themselves
stress response- reaction
Physical response to stressors
Two systems in your body are
HSC 106 Study Guide
Chapter 5- Sexuality, Pregnancy, and Childbirth
Female sexual maturation
Male sexual maturation
Sexual response cycles
Responsible sexual behaviors
Signs and symptoms of pregnancy
My Fitness Pal Instructions:
If you are not already a member with the site you will need to sign up by creating a
Once that is created, it will prompt you to answer questions so the website can generate
Newman, P., Witchalls, J., Waddington, G., & Adams, R. (2013, November 13). Risk factors
associated with medial tibial stress syndrome in runners: a systematic review and metaanalysis. In https:/www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3873798/. Retrieved fro
Akiyama, K., Noh, B., Fukano, M., Miyakawa, S., Hirose, N., & Fukubayashi, T. (2015, July 1).
Analysis of the talocrural and subtalar joint motions in patients with medial tibial stress
syndrome. In National Center for Biotechnology Information. Retrieved
Schulze, C., Finze, S., Bader, R., & Lison, A. (2014, October 14). Treatment of Medial Tibial
Stress Syndrome according to the Fascial Distortion Model: A Prospective Case Control Study.
In https:/www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4212583/. Retrieved J
MIDWESTERN TOWN, USA
Welcome to your new job! You have recently been hired in the health department of
Midwestern Town, USA. Fortunately, you know the importance of having coalitions in
your community, and have started one to look
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Sexuality, Pregnancy and Childbirth
Female sexual maturation:
Physical changes begin around 8-13 years old with breast development and rapid body
Usually starts around 12 years.
Can begin earlier.
Alcohol and Tobacco
20% is rapidly absorbed from the stomach into the bloodstream.
75% is absorbed in the upper part of the small intestines.
Remaining is absorbed along the GI track.
Affected by many factors:
Food in the stomach.
Intimate relationships and communication
Developing intimate relationships:
Willingness to give to oneself
Share ideas, feelings, time, and needs
Self-concept and self-esteem
Feeling good about oneself
You will spend around 6 years eating 70000 meals and 60 tone of food.
Your body requires:
45 essential nutrients you must intake because body is unable to produc
The period of the hearts contraction.
The period of the hearts relaxation.
Risk factors for cardiovascular disease:
o Major factors that can be changed:
1- Tobacco use
2- High blood pres
The bodys ability to respond or adapt to the demands and stress of physical effort
Types of physical fitness:
Cardiorespiratory endurance: ability to form prolonged large muscle dynamic
muscular strength: amount of