Animal Diversity and Ecology
A. Overview of Earths history
a. How long ago did the Earth form?
b. What were the earliest organisms on Earth and how long ago did they appear
c. How did Earths atmo
3.05 NERVE CONDUCTION
3. Motor End
4. Calcium Channel
5. Synaptic Vesicles
1. The signal transmission across a myoneural junction that allows the nervous system to
move the muscles of a football
3.07 HONORS HORMONES
THE DEATH OF A DIABETIC
1. What are the symptoms of diabetes?
Excessive thirst and increased urination
Slow healing sores or frequent infections
Tingling hands and feet
Red, swollen, tender gu
2.03 HONORS - PHYSIOLOGY OF MUSCLE
SLOW AND FAST TWITCH FIBERS
There are two main types of skeletal muscle fibers, slow twitch and fast twitch, which differ in
speed of contraction and endurance.
Most of your muscles are made up of a mixture of both slow
1.05 THE HUMAN SKELETON
1. 22 bones
2. The skull is apart of the Axial skeleton, the femora, hip bones, humeri, tibie, and scapulae are
apart of the Appendicular skeleton+
3. 22 people
4. The MNI for the bones that were collected were 4
5. It shows a cert
3.05 NERVE CONDUCTION
Neurons are nerve cells and the basic building blocks of the nervous system.
Electrical impulses travel through neurons, carrying messages to and from your central nervous
system to the tissues and organs of your bod
Heel of hand
Back of neck
I can conclude that where you can feel the touch more you have a larger density of touch
3.03 THE BRAIN
REGIONS OF THE BRAIN
The brain is part of your central nervous system (CNS) and controls every part of your daily life,
including thought and movement
The average human brain weighs about three pounds and looks like a large pinkish-gray wal
3.07 ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
The endocrine system is like sending a friend a text message. The endocrine gland is like typing
the message because the gland is in charge of getting the commands. The hormones are like
pressing send on your phone because it carries
EXAM 3 STUDY GUIDE
Changes in Species in Geologic Time (Module 75)
What are the biases associated with interpreting the fossil record?
o Habitat bias: organisms that live in areas where dediments are actively
being deposited, including beaches/ mudflats/
This guide should help you focus in on some of the more important topics we
covered for this exam. Again, please attend the review sessions, ask me questions
and review the PowerPoints to help you prepare.
Know all the domains and kingdoms covered.
1. The end product of glycolysis is
2. The final output of the Krebs cycle includes all of the following except
3. The usefulness of fermentation as a means of deriving energy is limited because
the end products are toxic to
HLTH 1000 Unit 2 Study Guide
Chapter 1: Accessing Your Health
Just as health problems can create impediments to success in life, improving your health can lead
satisfaction, and more
in living. (3)
Biodiversity and Conservation
A. What is biodiversity?
B. How can the term biodiversity be applied?
C. Describe four reasons why we should care about biodiversity.
D. Is biodiversity loss permanent?
Human Population Growth & Community Ecology
I. Human Population Growth
A. Does human population growth follow the exponential or logistic growth model?
a. How large is the human population now?
b. How can you determine if
2.03 MUSCLE CONTRACTION
CHEMISTRY OF MUSCLE CONTRACTION
o The cells of our skeletal muscles are made up of complex proteins
o These myofibrils are further divided into sections called sarcomeres.
o All of the exciting chemistry that