Biol 1711 Final Exam Study Guide
Marsha J. Howard, instructor
Your regular class time during the week of April 17, 2017
Oliphant Hall, rm. 228.
70-80 points multiple choice, completion, matching, True/False.
Marsha Howard, Instructor
A N IM A L TISS U ES
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M ajor Tissue Types
Covers body surfaces, lines cavities, forms
Joins and holds tissues together
Supports and protects the body and its
A Study of Circulation
Giant Palouse earthworm
3ft or more in length, white
to light pink, odor of lily
Burrows 15ft deep
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Diabetes- a metabolic disease in which
LESSON 7 : BLOOD VESSELS
AND BLOOD PRESSURE
Anatomy & Physiology
November 19, 2016
Blood vessels are the
humans duct work for
transporting blood through
There are 5 different types
Anatomy & Physiology
31 October 2016
Scoliosis is an abnormal lateral curvature of the spine. When you look at the X-Ray of someone
who has scoliosis it will appear as though the spine has an S shaped curve laterally.
June 2, 2016
Research of Human Disease: Mononucleosis by Definition and
Microorganisms That Cause the Disease
Mononucleosis is primarily an infection caused by the Epstein-Barr virus
(EBV), or Human Herpesvirus 4, (HHV-4), which is one of
EMBRYOLOGY OF THE EYE
ANATOMY & HISTOLOGY OF THE EYE
EYE: OUTLINE OF ANATOMY
'I. Fibrous Tunic
° A. Sclera: Outer fibrous tunic
' B. Cornea: Anterior transparent portion; refractive
' C. Limbus: Sclerocorneal junction; contains outow apparatus fo
'Mesomere appeared all along the body and became segmented; each segment
termed a nephrotome.
-Each nephrotome contained a nephrocoel which opened to the coelom.
-The dorsolateral wall of each nephrotome produced a
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- f the developlng a1 - S
PARAXIAL MESODERM (EPIMERE; SOMITIC)
° Mesoderm that runs along the neural tube, continuous at rst but ultimately
segmented into somitomeres.
' Most of these are ultimately transformed into somites. In the chick a new
somite appears about ever
'microtubules, neurolaments, and microfilaments.
'Microfilaments are mostly associated with the cell membrane (actin).
'Microtubules are important in axonal transport (plus end toward the axonal
-Slow Transport (a
~Muscle differentiates under the inuenced of sequentially released myogenic
factors, proteins which regulate gene transcription.
-Mesenchyme: mitosis and transformation to myoblasts. Continued mitosis as
PHARYNX & ENTODERM
Recall early development with regard to involution, the hypoblast, and development of
Pharynx & Mouth
~Boundaries of the month are difcult to ascertain; formed from b
1603 mid-term #3 - Fall 2010
Match the common names of the organisms with the correct phyla in which they belong.
Use the letter preceding the phylum name in the word bank. There are more phyla in the
bank than there are questions.