LATERAL ASPECT OF THE BRAIN
The most obvious features of a lateral View of the brain are the lobes of
the cerebrurn and the cerebellum. The most anterior lobe is the frontal
lobe, which is responsible for intellect and abstract reasoning, among
1. All of the following characterize the ANS except (d) innervation of skeletal muscles.
2. Relate each of the following terms or phrases to either the sympathetic (S) or
parasympathetic (P) division of the autonom
1. Accessory glands that produce an oily secretion are the (c) tarsal glands.
2. The portion of the fibrous layer that is white and opaque is the (d) sclera.
3. Which sequence best describes a normal route for the
Corneal Implant Case Study
1. What function does a cornea have in vision?
The cornea is smooth and clear, but it is also strong and durable. Due to this fact, the cornea
serves two major purposes. The first job of the cornea
Sam the Runner
What equation is commonly used to calculate max heart rate for a person? Using this equation,
what is Samsmax heart rate?
1) 220-AGE = maximum heart rate (MHR)
220-27 = 193
According to information from exerci
2000 Meter Row
1.) What is responsible for raising Jim's heart and respiratory rate and stimulating sweating just
before the race?
When the race is about to begin, Jim feels nervous. His nervous system reacts to this feeling
Ive Fallen and I Cant get Up
1. What signs and symptoms did Greg exhibit when he was in the house?
The signs and symptoms Greg experienced were thirst, dizziness, and turgor
2. Was Mrs. Myron correct when she said that Greg
Chapter 2Chemical Composition of Life
Molecular BiologyLooking at the life of organisms at the molecular
level. The chemistry of an organism.
In chapter 2 we will discuss inorganic compoundscompounds that do
not have a carbon back b
There are approximately 3,000,000,000 base pairs in the mammalian genome (genes
constitute only a portion of this total).
There are approximately 10,000 genes in the mammalian genome.
A single gene averages 10,000 base pairs
Case Study Muscles and Nerves
1. What components of the nervous system are involved in physical sensation? How does
sensory impulse move throughout the body?
The peripheral nervous system or PNS, which is divided into sensor
1. Match the key terms to the appropriate descriptions.
(1) exhibit a joint cavity (c
(2) types are sutures and syndesmoses (a
(3) bones connected by collagen fibers (a
(4) types include synchondrose
1. Which of the following forms of energy is the stimulus for vision? (d) radiant.
2. All of the following are examples of the four major elements contributing to body mass
except (d) sodium
3. The mas
February 7th, 2017
Tuesday night class
1. Which epidermal cell type is most numerous? (a) keratinocyte
2. Which cell functions as part of the immune system? (c) dendritic cell
3. The epidermis provides a physical barrier due
1. What does the phrase failure to thrive mean?
It refers to a baby growing more slowly than comparably aged children.
2. What are some reasons why newborn babies fail to thrive?
There are many medical c
Prospectus for Test One
Anatomy - Studies the structure of body parts and their relations to each other.
Physiology - Concerns the function of the body, or how the body parts work and carry
out their life-sustaining activities.
1. The correct sequence of levels forming the structural hierarchy is (c) chemical, cellular,
tissue, organ, organ system, organismal
2. The structural and functional unit of life is (a) a cell
1. The smallest unit capable of life by itself is (d) the cell
2. The major types of lipid found in the plasma membranes are (choose two) (a)
cholesterol, (c) phospholipids
3. Membrane junctions that a
1. Use the key to classify each of the following described tissue types into one of the four major tissue
(1) Tissue type composed largely of nonliving extracellular matrix; important in protection an
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which is a function of the skeletal system? (a) support, (b) hematopoietic site, (c) storage, (d)
providing levers for muscle activity, (e) all of these
2. A bone with approximately the same
1. Match the bones in the columns with their descriptions.
2. Match the key terms with the bone descriptions.
3. Use key choices t
Vocab Ch. 4 BIO 201
Laproscopy - LAPAROSCOPY is when fiber optic instrument is inserted into abdomen to view
abdominal organs. Joanne went in for a laparoscopy cause they cant figure out why she can't
have a baby.
What is photodermatitis? Photodermatitis is an adverse reaction to UV rays in the skin. It is
akin to a rash and characterized by bumps, blisters, and swelling to the affected area and
accompanied by chills h
Pathology - Is the science of the causes and effects of diseases. Mainly used in
forensics for diagnoses in body tissue. Pathology is an important field of study to
consider if one wishes to work for CSI.
Case study 2
Not Just Another Day at the Beach
Decision -making and the Treatment of Malignant Melanoma
1. Define in your own words each of the four terms displayed above in boldface.
Cancer- uncontrollable dividing of the nucleus in the cells
HUNT, KYNDAL BROOKLYN
MICROBIOLOGY 220 BM013 CHAPTER TWENTY HOMEWORK
1. What is it caused when virus is present in the bloodstream?
2. What is it called when bacteria flourish and grow in the
3. What is endocarditis?
MICROBIOLOGY 220 CHAPTER SEVEN
o Acquired chemical substances from the environment
Metabolism and growth
o Any substance elemental or molecular required for life
MICROBIOLOGY 220 BM013 CURRENT EVENT I
At Tulane University, researchers have found that moneys with
depleted immune systems due to HIV have a second line of defense
against Tuberculosis. This will have significant impacts on future
Unit 2 Objectives
Tell the function of each bacterial structure.
List the parts of a flagellum in order.
List the function of each part of a flagellum.
Distinguish between the different types flagellar
arrangements (ampthitrichous, lophotrichous,
MICROBIOLOGY 220 BM013 CHAPTER NINETEEN HOMEWORK
1. What is the blood-brain barrier?
i. The restricted permeability of blood vessels in the
2. What microorganisms comprise the normal biota of the
i. There is no nor
MICROBIOLOGY 220 BM013 CHAPTER EIGHTEEN HOMEWORK
1. What are the five components of the integument?
i. Skin, hair, nails, sweat glands, and oil glands
2. What is the importance of keratin in the skin cells?
i. It allows the skin to withs