Tissues of the Human Body
Prof. A. Powell-MS-P.A.
Northeast State Community College
Objectives: Chapter 4
1.Define the term tissue.
2.List the four major categories of tissues and discuss the basic functions of
3.Describe the ge
PSYC 1030 Test #2 Study Guide
Study the following terms. Be able to define, explain and apply each term.
Classical conditioning, Unconditioned stimulus, Unconditioned response, Conditioned stimulus
Pavlov and his original study with d
Lab Report 2: E6 & E7
In exercise 6 and 7 we were introduced to Gram negative organisms. Gram (-) bacteria
react differently than Gram (+) when Gram stained, hence why it is usually the first step in
identifying bacteria. According to our
Micro Lecture Study Guide Exam 2
-Chapter 5 Microbial Metabolism
These processes are how cells make energy.
Glycolysis splitting of glucose
1( Glucose) 2 (pyruvate)
b. Two stages:
i. Prep stage make intermediate
ii. Energy-conserving stage oxi
Lab Report 1: E4 & E5
Bacteria can be categorized by certain qualities they possess. In order to characterize
bacteria a differential stain is used, which reacts differently with each kind of bacteria, making it
easier to classify. The mos
Lab Practicum II: Unknown #3
As we began our journey into the microbial world this semester, the coexistence and
importance of microorganisms was not fully understood but a mere nuisance and a side thought
after using the bathroom. Microbe
Chapter 5 Checkpoint:
What is the first step in cellular respiration that begins releasing the energy stored in glucose?
2. What is the carrier for hydrogen ions and high energy electron during glycolysis?
3. If oxygen is not present, w
WAYS TO PRODUCE ENERGY
NADH FADH2 CO2
Glycolysis (breakdown of glucose, 6C)
2 x Pyruvic acid (or pyruvate, 3C)
Intermediate step: 2 x Acetyl CoA (2C)
Basic Facts: found at the beginning of the powerpoint, sometimes forgotten about
Skeletal System= 206 bones
- Axial skeleton= 80 bones (skull, thoracic cage, and vertebral column)
- Appendicular skeleton= 126 (pectoral girdle, upper limbs, pelvic girdle,
Which of these is considered voluntary striated muscle tissue?
A) Smooth muscle
C) Skeletal muscle
D) None of these
Muscle Fascicles are composed of _.
The cell membrane of a
Intro to Microbiology Lab
Oct. 27, 2016
Exercise 6 and Exercise 7 Lab Report
Introduction: Exercises 4 and 5 focus on identifying and determining four species of gramnegative bacteria and the respective aspects of each one
Intro to Microbiology Lab
Nov. 10, 2016
Practical Assessment II; Identification of the Unknown
Introduction: After selecting an unknown bacteria, I made a gram-stain of the bacteria and
performed three additional tests to
Biology 12 name: Answer key
Ms. Kuiper Block:
CELL REVIEW WORKSHEET
1. Matchin .
1. internal framework that anchors organelles, gives A) cell membrane
2. cellular ropes" made of repeating units of the protein B) cell wall
L 3. hollow tubes for
The Biology of Osmosis Jones
These questions follow the movie in order. Use the bold headings to keep your place in the
Frank Eats an Egg
1. What type of cell is Osmosis (Ozzie) Jones?
White blood cell
2. A cop and his girlfriend are
Phylum Porifera (Sponges)
Animals ofthis phylum show following important characters.
Most simple multicellular organisms. From evolutionary point
of view they occupy a position between protozoa and true
HABIT AND HABITA
The organisms placed in a particular group, all have many
fundamental similarities in their structure.
The ipper, wing and arm are, all build on the same pattern
but during the course of evolution, each has been modied
from its basic pattern to
Unit 2 Section 1
- lnvplves taking measurements cf individuals selected frpm the pbpulatinn pf
erganisms that's being investigated.
I In thepry these individuals are representative [If the pppulatibn as a whale hpwever
there are several reasp
Chemistry Review Worksheet Fall, 2010 Answer Key
1) Certain bacteria can convert nitrogen gas (N2) and water (1le) into ammonia (NHg) and
oxygen gas (02).
A. Write a balanced equation for this reaction.
2N2+6H20 - >4NH3+302
B. If you start with 5 grams of
"Fungi are a group of unicellular to multicellular, thalloid,
heterotrophic, eukaryotic living organisms having a body
called MYCELLIUM, made up of HYPHAE which are non-
chlorophyllous & have cell wall (made up of chi
Enzymes are bio-catalyst which speed up the chemical
reactions by lowering "Energy of activation".
ENERGY OF ACTIVATION
Amount of energy which is required to start a chemical
reaction. OR Energy required to brea
Includes all eukaryotic multicellular and chlorophyllous
living organisms, which have cell wall made up oftrue
Majority of members are autotrophic but few are
parasite e.g.: Cuscuta
They have localized gr
Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab Coloring Book
Anterior semicircular canal
Posterior semicircular canal
Lateral semicircular canal
Bones and Muscles of th
Unit 1: Introduction to A&P - Packet #1 (5 points) / Glass
1.) mark the characteristics of life
2.) In your own words define the terms
Introduction to A&P Internet Lecture Notes
Introduction to A&P
Basic approach in A&P
What is the structure, and how does it work?
A relatively constant internal environment
Basic Characteristics of Life:
Organization- cellular and
Nervous System Study Guide
*This is just a guide. There may be items on the test that are not the guide.
Terminology Central Nervous System, Peripheral Nervous System, Afferent nerves, Efferent nerves, Ascending
nerves, Descending nerves, Axon, Dendrite,