In this unknown project, we performed a series of experiments in order to
determine the identity of Unknown C. The results from these experiments allowed us to
determine physical characteristics of our organism, which in turn, allowed us to co
Virtual Lab: Enzyme Controlled Reactions
1. Which of the following does NOT apply to an enzyme:
2. When an enzyme catalyzes a reaction:
Substrate(s) bind in the active site
3. Which of the following would interfere most with the abilit
Review of Terms/Concepts for Chapter One and Two, Human A & P I
Define/Describe/Discuss based on class notes:
Negative Feedback Reaction
Positive Feedback Reaction
Muscle tissue has several characteristics that enable it to perform functions no other
tissue can. 1) It is excitable and responds to neurotransmitters and hormones. 2) It is
extensible and can be stretched. 3) It is elastic and can pull bac
Lymphatic System and Immunity
The lymphatic system is made up of the lymph, lymphatic vessels and lymphatic organs
Lymph is a fluid drained from the interstitial space into lymphatic capillaries. Most (85%)
of the interstitial fluid is reabsor
Muscle Tissue Review Questions
Name five functions of the muscular system
-moves bone of skeleton moves internal substances produce heat
-maintain posture/ balance - support soft tissues
Name the three types of muscle tissue _-skeletal/voluntary/striated
The integumentary system is the skin and its derivatives, the hair, nails, nerves and
glands. In volume, the skin is the largest organ of the body, covering 2 meters in most
The functions of the skin are to:
1) Regulate body t
Running head: LABORATORY DANGERS
School of Management
Texas Womans University
There are many dangers that employees will encounter working in a hospital. One of the
most hazardous places a laborat
Autonomic Nervous System
The ANS is a system of visceral sensory and motor neurons in the PNS with centers in
the CNS that regulate smooth and cardiac muscle and some glands.
The centers in the CNS are in the hypothalamus and medulla oblongata with input
An Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
This is our introductory chapter to anatomy and physiology. Read through the entire
chapter as if it were a novel, not trying to remember details, but just to get the whole
story. We will come back l
What are the functions of the Nervous System?
What are the parts of the Nervous system?
Describe CNS, PNS, and ANS:
What are the types of cells in Nervous tissue and describe:
Describe the neuroglia in the CNS:
What is Myelin and its function?
Review of Brain and Spinal Cord
What percentage of the blood supply goes to the brain with each heartbeat?
How is blood brought into the brain?
-By 2 carotids and 2 vertebral arteries
- They join in a structure called the Circle of Willis that redistr
Luteinizing Hormone and Follicle Stimulating Hormone
Although these hormones are inactive during pregnancy itself, you wouldn't be in this amazing altered
state called pregnancy if it weren't for the crisp conceptual choreography of luteinizing hormone (L
5A pre-lab procedure Boyles Law and the empty space in air
Get the atmospheric pressure and the height of the bottom of the stopcock. Write both of these
down. The instructor will close the stopcock and open and closed.
A & P I Review- Cell
Exam questions will come from class notes. These questions are for use as a study aide only.
Answer the questions without looking at your notes, and then use your notes or text to
check the accuracy of your answers.
What lipid molecul
Brain and Cranial Nerves
The brain is a mass of 100 billion neurons and 1 trillion neuroglia .
Weight= 3 pounds
Principal parts- Brain Stem, Cerebellum, Diencephalon, Cerebrum (Use figures in book)
Brain is covered by a set of three membranes called the m
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