Reviewing Your Knowledge
A. Arteries and Veins
1. Which arteries carry low oxygen blood, and which veins carry high oxygen blood?
The arteries with low O2 - pulmonary trunk; R and L pulmonary arteries
veins with high O2 - R and L pulmonary vei
BIOS256 Week 4 Lab: #10 Influence of Fluid Intake on Urine Formation
Activity 10: Influence of Fluid Intake on Urine Formation
Name: Priya Bolla
1. Urine output will be highest during: Water L
Mechanical Digestion in the Gastrointestinal Tract
a. Click the Contents button.
b. Open the Digestive System File.
c. Click Animations.
d. Click Mechanical Digestion in the Gastrointestinal Tract.
Immunity and Alterations in Mechanisms of Defense
1. Identify some of the more common immune deficiencies and therapies
available to treat these problems.
Primary Immune Deficiencies
Defect in class switch (B
Selective IgA de
The temperate grassland biomes are
composed of a mix of grasses and forbs
by some of the worlds most fertile soils.
Since the development of the steel plow
these lands have been made into
1. Describe the mechanisms of fluid balance in the body.
o Describe body fluid composition
Intracellular fluids contains mainly water, small molecules, dissolved ions, large
water soluble molecules and makes up 60% of volume. Extracellular fluid
Lymphatic system and Immunity
Right lymphatic duct
Lymphatic vessels in arm
Lymphatic vessel in leg
Thoracic duct draining into subclavian vein
Area drained by thoracic duct
Area drained by rig
By John Hall
Nature of Work
Surgeons specialize in the treatment of injury, disease, and deformity
through operations. Using a variety of instruments, and with patients
under anesthesia, a surgeon corrects physical deformities, repairs bone
Mechanical and Chemical Digestion
Digestion of Starch by Salivary Amylase Chart Table 35.2
IKI test results for starch:
Benedicts test results for sugar
1. The oil emulsified in tube
Week 7 lab: Video in Class
Part A: Questions about the video: Commercial Surrogacy
1. What is the procedure involved in IVF? First, stimulating multiple follicles and eggs to develop. Next,
egg retrieval to get the eggs. Then, fertilizing the eggs in the
Week 6 Lab: Fetal Pig Dissection: Identification of major organs.
Please follow this link for the steps of dissection.
After dissection observe the various systems and organs related to the system.
Week 5 Lab Instructions (Blended)
The Urinary System
Part A: Kidney Dissection
SAFETY NOTE: Wear gloves and safety glasses when
Student Name: _christina rogers_
BIOS256 Week 3 Lab Exercise
Review of Mechanical Digestion in the Gastrointestinal Tract
1. Define the gastrointestinal tract (GI). the contiuous, muscular digestive tube that winds though the body. It
Week 2 Lab Instructions
The Digestive System
Organ Identification on torso and model
Group presentations: Clinical Connections of the digestive system.
Discuss the process and significance of gene mapping
Gene mapping refers to one of two different ways of definitively locating the gene on a
chromosome. The first type of gene mapping is also called genetic mapping. Genetic mapping
refers to the use of li
By John Hall
This antibody Is found in mucosal areas like
respiratory and urogenital tract.
It also prevents colonization by pathogens and is also
found in tears saliva and breast milk.
This functions as an antig