WHY STUDY MICROBIOLOGY.WHO CARES?
Bacteriology - The study of bacteria
Helminthology - The study of worms
Mycology - The study of fungi (molds, yeast)
Phycology - The study of al
Unit 4 Review
Ch 16, 17, 18
Distinguish between specific and nonspecific defenses, with examples of each.
Specific against a specific antigen ex. Antibody.
Nonspecific works against any foreign invad
CHAPTER 16 ADAPTIVE IMMUNITY
- Nonspecific defenses of innate immunity are fast and readily available, but they do not change
in intensity or effectiveness. Also, their responses can sometimes be harmful, like high fever.
- Adaptive immunity, c
Microbiology Unit 1 Exam Study Guide
Chapter 1: A Brief History of Microbiology
What contributions did Leeuwenhoek make to science?
he invented the microscope; discovered microorganisms
2. Identify the six groups of microorganisms.
West Texas A&M University
College of Nursing & Health Sciences
Nursing 4540 Adult Health II
Arrhythmia Work Sheet
QRS RATE & RHYTHM
Before each QRS
0.12 to 0.20
Sinus Arrhythmia Before each QRS
0.12 to 0.20
Sodiumpotassium (Na+/K+) exchange pumps maintain the concentration of
sodium and potassium ions across the plasma membrane.
Neural tissue includes 2 kinds of cells
Neurons- cells that send and receive signals
Neuroglia (glial cells)- cells that support an
Humans and many other animals are vertebrates
Anatomy= the study of body structure
Oldest medical science since 1600 BCE
Anatomy describes the structures and what they are made of, where they are located,
and associated structures.
Physiology= the study o
Lecture 4 take home exam
1. The axial skeleton has 80 bones. It consists of the skull, vertebral
column, and the thoracic cage. The skull protects the brain and has
entrances that function with the respiratory system and the digestive
4 types of tissue:
1. Epithelial tissuecovers exposed surfaces (layers of cells internal and
lines internal passageways
forms glands (structures that produce secretions)
2. Connective tissuea. Fills internal spaces
b. Supports other tissue