Anatomy-The scientific discipline that investigates the body's structure.
Developmental Anatomy-The study of the structural changes that occur between conception and
Embryology- A subspeciality of developmental anatomy, considers changes from co
1. suspended particles in the water which causes cloudiness and decreases depth of light penetration.
2. the processes of evaporation and transpiration together. EVAPOTRANSPIRATION
3. lakes with characteristics in between oligotrophic and eutrop
Many benthic macroinvertebrates are considered
indicator species that indicate the water quality
of a particular stream, creek, river, etc.
These indicator species need cold, clean, highly
oxygenated water to survive. You will not find
Chapter 6 Review
Skin and Its Tissues
Describe the structure of the layers of the skin. (p. 178-184).
Know the five layers of the skin and where they are found.
Summarize the factors that determine skin color. (p.183)
What are melanocytes? Where
Chapter 17 Review
17.1 Overview of the Digestive System
Which processes are carried out by the digestive system (p.
Name the organs of the digestive system. (p. 650)
Describe the structure of the wall of the alimentary canal. (p.
Chapter 18 Review
Carbohydrates - Proteins
1. List the major sources of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins. (pp. 695-699)
2. Describe how cells use carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins. (pp. 695-699)
3. Identify examples of positive and negative
Chapter 22 Review
22.1 Meiosis and Sex Cell Production
Outline the process of meiosis, and explain how it mixes up
parental genes. (p. 824)
22.2 Organs of the Male Reproductive System
Describe the structure and function(s) of each part of the male
Be Chapter 23 Review
Trace the movement of sperm toward an egg. (p. 868)
Describe, in detail, fertilization. (p. 869)
23.2 Pregnancy/Prenatal Period
List and provide details of the major events of cleavage. (p.
Chapter 19 Review
19.1 Overview of the Respiratory System
Identify the general functions of the respiratory system. (p. 731)
Explain why respiration is necessary for cellular survival. (p.
19.2 Organs of the Respiratory System
Name and descr
Control of mosquitoes is important due to the disease organisms they
can carry and transmit including encephalitis and West Nile virus.
Water is necessary for mosquito larvae to develop but even when the
weather is dry, mosquitoes still lay the
Mosquitoes can be more than just annoying, they
can spread diseases. Children are particularly
susceptible to La Crosse encephalitis virus
carried by some mosquitoes. Transylvania
County experiences several cases of La Crosse
about every year w
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
A protein that spans the cell membrane is termed a(n) integral protein.
Cancer can result if mitosis is too frequent or does not stop.
Which of the following describes a lysosome? A tiny, membranous sac that contains enzymes
Chapter 1 Review
Know all lab safety rules:
Understand concepts of recent labs and be able to answer questions posed in
Origins of Medical Science
Identify some of the early discoveries that lead to our current
understanding of the hu
Chapter 3 Review
Cells Are the Basic Units of the Body
Explain how cells differ from one another. (p. 83)
How many cells are in the human body?
How many varieties of cells?
What is differentiation?
A Composite Cell
Describe the general chara
Chapter 2 Review
The Importance of Chemistry in Anatomy and Physiology
Give examples of how the study of living materials requires an
understanding of chemistry. (p. 58)
Structure of Matter
compounds. (p. 58)
Chapter 5 Review
Describe a tissue, and explain the intercellular junctions in tissues.
Tight junction, desmosome, & gap juctions; be able to describe each
List the four major tissues types in the body.
Chapter 4 Review
Compare and contrast anabolism and catabolism. (p. 122)
Control of Metabolic Reactions
Describe the role of enzymes in metabolic reactions. (p. 123)
Go to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website to answer the following questions.
1. What insect spreads LaCrosse virus (LACV)? What is its common name and the genus and species?
2. What are the
1. Microbes are classified into 4 biosafety levels (BSLs)
BSL-1: Organisms normally dont cause disease in healthy individuals.
Standard microbiology safety precautions are adequate.
BSL-2: Organisms commonly encountered in community and
Chapter 13 Review
13.1 General Characteristics of the Endocrine System
Distinguish between endocrine and exocrine glands. (p. 488)
Explain what makes a cell a target cell for a hormone. (p. 488)
List some important functions of hormones. (pp. 488