Sensory Receptor : The Eye
A. Visual acuity:
Actual sequence on
No corrective lenses
No corrective lenses
Chapter 11: The nervous tissue
1.What are the three basic steps the Nervous System uses to carry out its coordinating function?
Be familiar with the terms sensory receptors, integrating centers and effectors?
The nervous system carries out its coordinatin
Chapter 11: Muscular System
1.Be ale to define the five universal characteristics of musle:
Excitability: ( responsiveness): when stimulated by chemical signals, electrical changes
across the plasma membrane
Conductivity: The local electrical change trigg
BIO 111-Lecture Must Know
Chapter 12-Nervous Tissue
1) What are the three basic steps the Nervous System uses to carry out it?s
coordinating function? Be familiar with the terms ? sensory receptors,
integrating centers and effectors?
2) What are the 2 maj
Chapter 14: The Brain and cranial nerves
1.Be familiar with the 3 major portions of the brain:
Cerebum: is about 83 % of the brain vlime and consists of pair of half globes called
Cerebellum: occupies the posterior cranial fossa infe
Chapter 13: Spinal Cord, Spinal Nerves and Somatic Refles
1.What are the 4 main functions of the spinal cord?
Conduction: it contains bundles of nerve fibers that conduct information up and down the
cord, connecting different levels of the trunk with each
CHAPTER 7: THE SKELETAL SYSTEM
List and discuss the 6 functions of bone tissue.
Name the four classifications of bones by shape, and give an example of each.
Define the terms sesamoid bone and Wormian bone and give an example of each.
Chapter 9 : Joints
1) Define articulation or joint. What are the two ways to classify joints?
Joint (articulation): any point where two bones meet.
Joints are classified in two ways:
structure (how the bones are connected)
function (how many degrees of fr
Chapter 7: Bone tissue
1.What are the tissue that compose the skeletal system?
2. List 6 functions of the skeleton:
Support: all bones support for the muscles, the mandible and maxilla support the teeth.
Protection: enclose and
Axial Skeleton: Part 1- Skull
1.What is the function of hypoglossal canal?
2.Occipital condyles on the occipital bone articulate with?
3. What is the function of
External auditory canal or acoustic meatus
Internet auditory canal or acoustic meatus
Chapter 18 & 19 review
1. Sodium carbonate can be made by heating sodium bicarbonate:
2NaHCO3(s) Na2CO3(s) + CO2(g) + H2O(g)
Given that H = 128.9 kJ/mol and G = 33.1 kJ/mol at 25C, above what minimum
temperature will the reaction become spontaneous under
Chapter 6: Integumentary system
1.List the 2 layers of skin ? What type of tissues are foundin each layer ?
Strarified squamous epithelium called epidermis
A deeper connective tissue layers called dermis
2. Describe the functions of the skin:
Vertebra, hip and thoracic cage.
1. What is lordosis, kyphosis, scoliosis
2. Inferior articular processes with?
Superior articular provesses with ?
3. What is the function of intervertebral foramen at cervical ?
4. What is the function of transverse foram
Dynamics of Pulmonary
Ventilatory Control: Neural Factors
Medullacontains respiratory center
Controls neurons to activate diaphragm and
A neural center in the hypothalamus
integrates input from descending neurons to
Expenditure During Rest
and Physical Activity
Energy Expenditure During Exercise
Ratio of Nutrients
Fat vs. CHO During Endurance
Energy Expenditure at Rest
Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE):
1. Resting Metabolic Rate (
Energy Transfer in Exercise
Oxygen Transport System
Short-term Energy: Lactic Acid System
Anaerobic glycolysis resulting in lactate formation
Rapid, large accumulations of blood lactate occur during
maximal exercise lasting b/w 60 and 180 second
Vitamins, Minerals &
Highly specific roles
Run chemical reactions in the body
A, D, E, K
Transported in/around the body via fats;
Name: Dung Nguyen
1. Write a basic from of the rate law for the following reaction:
2. If doubling the concentration of perchlorate ion in the reaction above causes the rate of
reaction to quadruple, what is the
Laboratory Experiment #1
Name: Dung Hoang Nguyen
Introduction: This lab helps us
To review the use of spreadsheets for calculating and graphing laboratory data.
To learn how to u se excel to carry out calculation
Hip, thigh, leg, foot muscles location
1.Origin insertion action of
Quadriceps femoris group
2. Name of muscle action
Adductor longus adductor magnus
Tensor fasciae later
Test #1 - Solutions
1) The standard issue weapon to a Krenulon Royal Fighter is a 74-II Electrocon Projector, with a muzzle
velocity of 2100 m/s. It res a 14.0 g bullet that carries a charge of 9.70 mC. The planet Kren
Quiz #2 - Solution
A potential dierence of 14, 000 Volts is maintained between two metal plates 3.00 cm apart. An electron is placed
between the two plates, right next to the negatively charged plate. The electron move
LEGAL ISSUES: SEXUAL HARASSMENT
James M. Cooney, Esq. (11/10/2013)
Title VII of Civil Rights Act: Federal law prohibits sex discrimination/sexual
harassment at the workplace. Must file a charge of discrimination with Equal
Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
Sunday December 1st
+/ Dating at work: right or wrong
Do something good to do or not good to do?
+/ Employers position
Employee flexibility: dating co-worker? supervisor dating subordinates?
Check the employee handbook: policy (relations