1. Describe the structure, function and distribution of lymphatic vessels.
Like veins, lymphatic vessels have three tunics (Tunica Externa, Tunica Media, Tunica Intima) and valves, but are
thinner walled. Their purpose is to collect lymph from
1. Describe the three layers of the blood vessel wall and state the function of each.
The three layers of the blood vessel wall are:
o Outermost layer of the blood vessel wall
o Protects and reinforces the blood vessel
1. List the important differences between hormonal and neural controls.
The nervous system controls its targets (muscles and glands) via electrical impulses that travel along the nerves. This results in a
quick but short live
1. Describe the size shape and location of the heart.
The heart is a fist-sized, cone shaped, hollow organ located between the lungs and slightly to the left of the sternum.
2. Name the coverings of the heart.
The coverings of the heart include
1. Describe the composition and physical characteristics of blood.
Blood is composed of erythrocytes, leukocytes, platelets and plasma. Physically, it is a sticky liquid with a salty or metallic taste
that varies in color from dark red (lack of
BUAD 208 Case Study I THE AFTERMATH OF TYRANNY The Rasumofsky Company, makers of "59" brand insecticides and industrial chemicals, had been run for many years by one man; Ferdinand Bullock, who was largely responsible for its steady growth during the
Rasumofsky Company Joshua Sipe
The Rasumofsky Company at the time being is plagued with many severe problems but with proper direction these problems can be solved.
The Rasumofsky Company, maker
What does quality mean to you? What companies do you believe provide you with quality goods or services and why? What companies have failed to meet your quality expectations?
Quality can mean different things depending on whether it is a good or a s
Everybody sometime in their lives has seen or been in the presence of someone who is addicted to something whether or not they know it. Addiction is very different from an ongoing habit. Addiction is defined as the continued involvement with a substa
Cancer has become a larger problem over the past century and the total death count has risen above heart disease. Although there is no cure for cancer recent technology has provided some support to those who are diagnosed. Cancer is the uncontrollabl
How would you respond to a person who justifies his/her unhealthy behaviors by saying, "Healthy people die of heart attacks, too."?
If I had to respond to a person who said people who are healthy die of heart attacks, too.? I would have to agree wit
Joshua Sipe M&M distribution Introduction: The field project that I chose to do was the distribution of M&M colors based on the evenly distributed percents as said by the mars company. This seemed like a fun project because people always have a favor
Joshua Sipe Biology104 SectionM01 March 4, 2008 Title: Absorption Spectrum for a Chlorophyll Extract Abstract: The objective of this lab was to determine the relationship between chlorophyll extract and the visible light spectrum. Starting at 420nm t
Joshua Sipe Biology104 SectionM01 May 1, 2008 Title: Mitosis in an Onion Root Tip Abstract: The objective of this experiment was to view an onion root tip through a low power objective (10xs) and a high power objective (40xs) in order to view onion c
Joshua Sipe Biology104 SectionM01 May 5, 2008 Title: Plasmid Transformation of E. coli Abstract: The objective of this lab was to create competent bacterial cells able to pick up plasmids and express the genes from these plasmids, changing their phen
Joshua Sipe Biology104 SectionM01 April 14, 2008 Title: Testing for Unknown Substances Abstract: The objective of this lab was to determine unknown substances through the use of different indicator tests. The experimental samples that were used were
Joshua Sipe Biology104 SectionM01 March 4, 2008 Title: Carbon Dioxide Production During Aerobic Respiration Abstract: The objective of this lab was to measure the amount of carbon dioxide produced as a result of aerobic respiration. Guppies were used
Joshua Sipe Biology104 SectionM01 February 10, 2008 Title: Determining the Concentration of Bromophenol blue in an Unknown Solution Abstract: The objective of this lab was to determine the concentration of bromophenol blue in an unknown solution. Thi
Joshua Sipe Biology104 SectionM01 March 4, 2008 Title: Differential Permeability of Membranes Abstract: The objective of this lab is to examine how a membrane limits diffusion depending on the size of the molecule, molecular weight and the membranes
Joshua Sipe Biology104 SectionM01 January 1, 2008 Title: The Effect of Exercise on Heart Rate Abstract: The objective of this lab was to test the effect of exercise on heart rate. An experiment was set up so two individuals at a time walked up and do
Joshua Sipe Biology104 SectionM01 March 4, 2008 Title: The Effect of Herbicides on Photosynthetic Rate Abstract: The objective of this lab was to measure the photosynthetic rate of spinach
leaves while under the influence of barium chloride. The spin
Joshua Sipe Biology104 SectionM01 March 4, 2008 Title: The Hydrolysis of Carbohydrates Abstract: The objective of this lab is to determine the effect of hydrolysis on carbohydrates to determine if hydrolysis would separate the polymers into monomers.
Monarch Butterflies and Toxic Pollen
1. There are many sources to this article which include Dr. John Losey, Dr.
David Andow, Dr. Stephen Malcolm, Dr. Angelika Hilbeck, Dr. Guenther Stotzky and Dr. Janet Andersen. Most of the a
Toxic Pollen from widely planted genetically modified corn can kill monarch butterflies 1. The author Blaine P. Friedlander, Jr. is a professor at Cornell University along with other professors at Cornell University such as Lind