Chapter 16 Review Sheet
Chapter 16 Review Sheet
Discuss the structure and the 3 primary functions of the endocrine system. Relate the importance of the functions to
negative feedback and the ability to maintain homeostasis.
Compare the functions of
Chapter 20 Review Sheet
1. Discuss the structure and primary functions of the lymphatic system.
2. Discuss lymphatic capillaries, lymphatic vessels, main lymphatic trunks (right lymphatic duct(s)
and thoracic duct) and explain why lymphatic vessels dont f
Secretory GlandsGlands are organs that secrete substances when stimulated.
Exocrine glands are typically composed of salts, water,
enzymes and immunoglobins and contain secretory ducts.
Endocrine glands are ductless and secrete
Lab Report #1: Lab 2 & PhysioEx 28B Worksheet
September 12, 2016
PART A: ENDOCRINE GLANDS OF THE HUMAN
1. Complete the following chart: attached
2. Explain the mechanism of communication, control, and integration in the
Chapter 19 Review Sheet
1. Discuss the major function of the cardiovascular system and what this major function depends
upon. How is the major function accomplished? What is hemodynamics and how does it
relate to the major function of the CV system?
The endocrine system and its hormones play a vital role in maintaining bodily functions and
homeostasis. The anterior pituitary gland is responsible for the production of a majority of the
hormones that the body produces, specifically the growth hormone.
Surveying the Stars
Light the Astronomers Tool
Due to the vast distances, with few exceptions,
direct measurements of astronomical bodies are
We study remote bodies indirectly by analyzing
Understanding the properties of light
Lab Report 1
Lab 1: Body Organization & Carbohydrate Chemistry
Lab 2: Lipid and Protein Chemistry & Basic Microscopy
Cheek Cell Drawing
Intro to Biology 210 Lab
- BODY O
Chapter 1 Review Questions
1. Define anatomy
2. Define physiology
3. Explain complementarity of structure and function, provide examples
4. Name, explain 10 characteristics of life
5. Name and explain the 7 levels of organization (hierarchy)
6. List, name
ORGANIZATION OF THE BODY
C. Complementarity of Structure and Function
D. Characteristics of Life
BIO 210 Test 1 Review
Name the cavities in which the following organs are located: lungs, heart,
stomach, liver, spinal cord, brain (be as specific as possible).
a.Lungs = pleura; heart = mediastinum; stomach = abdominal; liver =
BIO 210 CHAPTER 1 ORGANIZATION OF THE BODY
Study of the
of an Organism and the Relationship of Its Parts
Organism: Living Thing (Human Body)
Anatomy is Learned
BIO 210: Anatomy & Physiology
June 16, 2015
Lab Report 1: Body Organization,
Chemistry, Carbohydrates, Lipids,
Proteins and Basic Microscopy
Questions: Lab 1
1. Diagram an individual in anatomical position.
2. In anatomic
Bio 210: Anatomy and Physiology I
July 14, 2015
Lab Report 3: Labs 5, 6, &, 7
Integumentary & Skeletal System
LAB #5 Questions
PART A: SKIN MICROSCOPE STUDY
List the two primary layers of skin.
The two primary layers of skin are the epide
Lab 3 & 4:
Mitosis, & Tissues
June 25, 2015
Bio 210: Anatomy & Physiology I
Lab 3 Questions
A. DIFFUSION OF A LIQUID INTO A GAS
What percentage of students detected the odor?
Discuss some factors that
NAME OF TISSUE
Everyone gets hurt at some point or another, it is just a fact of life. You run, you trip, you
fall, you scrape your knee. Most often that scenario happens in children, but you catch my drift.
If not, lets say youre hiking. You walk past a bush
Lab Report 4
Labs 9, 10, 11, & 12
Bio 211: Anatomy and Physiology
July 27, 2014
1. Complete the following chart
1. What happened to fluid flow as the radius (diameter) of the flow tube was increased?
Flow rate increased as the radius of the flow tube was increased.
2. In this experiment, a simulated motor changes the diameter of the flow tub
Lab 7 & 8:
July 13, 2015
Bio 211: Anatomy & Physiology
1. Compute the MRV using the following formula: MRV = TV x BPM (Breaths per minute).
Show your work.
BPM= 15 TV= 499
499 * 15 = 7485 ml/min
Lab 3, 4, 5 & 6
Biology 211: Anatomy and Physiology
June 22, 2015
Lucky does not even begin to describe the skater in the first article. He is now back to
doing what he has always done and what he loves to do. H
June 1, 2015
Anterior Pituitary Gland
Within cranial cavity, ventral
surface of the brain; attached
to the hypothalamus by the
Infundibulum, in the
depression of the Sella
Turcica, covered by
For example, the regulation of body
temperature in humans and other mammals is a
complex system facilitated by feedback
Nerve cells that control thermoregulation, as well
as those controlling other aspects of homeostas
Test 6 Review
1. List and describe the three types of survivorship curve. Give an example of an animal
or plant with each type.
Type I: Low death rate early (flat) then increases steeply (Humans)
Type II: Intermediate relatively constant d