THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM IS MADE UP OF:
Changes that occur in this system undergoes major changes with aging and are mostly
visible and evident to the aging individual and others as well.
Common Disorders Associated wi
Overview of the Skeletal System Lab Report Assistant
Exercise 1: Bone Shapes
Data Table 1. Features of the Skeletal Model
Bones of the Skull:
Bones of the
Jessica Selfs Overview of Anatomy Lab Report Assistant
Exercise 1: Reviewing Anatomical Terms Using a Human Body
Data Table 1. General Areas of the Body using Body Orientation Terms
regions of the body
Brown Bag Medication Review
Brown Bag Assessment: In-depth Medication Review
VNSG 1362 Spring 2016
Race Black/African American
Prescription Drug Coverage?
Medicare Part D
Weight 145 l
Chapter 2 Summary
Sections 2.10, 2.11, and 2.12
2.10- Proteins are the bodys basic structural material and have many vital functions
Protein composes 10- 30% of cell mass and is the basic structural material of the body.
The building block of proteins is
Chapter 3 Discussion
This section discusses transportation. There are TWO types of transportation: Active transport
and vesicular transport. Active transport is broken down into primary and secondary active transport.
The difference between primary an
Chapter 9 Summary
This section discusses what allows muscle contractions. A motor unit consists of one
motor neuron and all the muscle fibers it supplies. The neuron will fire the initial information to
contract to the muscle fibers then contraction
Chapter 5 Summary
This section discusses the finger nails and toe nails. The book gives a great illustration on page
160 of the fingernail. Basically, the nails are made up of hard keratin (like hair.) The nail is grows due to
the nail matrix (also c
Answer the following questions while completing the virtual microscope activity at
https:/www1.udel.edu/biology/ketcham/microscope/scope.html. After completing this assignment, submit
as a course message in Blackboard.
TRANSLOGATION OF MATERIALS
diffusion~the m0vement of molecules (or atoms) from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower
solvent-that which dissolves something else
solute-that which is dissolved
osmosisthe movement of wat
Lab Quiz #5 Name
Name this structure (this part of a vertebra).
Name this hole. ,
What type of vertebra is this (that is, what part of the back
is this located in)?
Name this structure.
Name this specific bone, then teil what 3-part structure it
is a pa
Introduction to pH Indicators
1. Fill in the table with the results from your lab notes.
5M citric acid
2. How acc
Fermentation of Different Sugars by Yeast Cells
For each of the sugars fermented by yeast, fill in the chart below to determine the volume of CO2 production.
Volume at t=0 minutes
Experiment 1: Measuring the Rate of Photosynthesis
What was the name of the plant you used to study photosynthesis?
Fill in the table below with the results from your first experiment. Calculate the cha