Unit 1 Exam Review Topics
Chapter One Review Topics
Describe the difference between a prokaryotic and eukaryotic
Be able to explain the hierarchy of organization (Biosphere,
Ecosystem, Community, Population, Organism, Organ System,
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Chapter 6: Integumentary System
I. Skin and Its Tissues
1. The skin is composed of several kinds of tissues.
2. Skin is a protective covering that prevents many harmful substances from entering the body.
3. Skin also retards water loss and
Chapter 8: Joints of the Skeletal System
A. Joints are also called articulations.
B. Joints bind parts of the skeletal system, make possible bone growth, permit parts of the skeleton to change
shape during childbirth, and enable the body t
Chapter 4: Cellular Metabolism
I. Metabolic Processes
1. Metabolism is the sum total of chemical reactions within cells.
2. In metabolic reactions, the product of one reaction serves as starting materials for another metabolic reaction.
Chapter 7: Skeletal System
I. Introduction and
II. Bone Structure
A. Bone Classification
1. The four classes of bone according to shape are long, short, flat, and irregular.
3. Short bones are shaped like cubes.
5. Flat bones are plate-like structures.
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ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II RESPIRATORY SYSTEM _
The following are important air volumes and lung capacities that one can measure:
(1) Tidal Volume (TV)u Normal breathing, that is, the volume of air inhaled
and exhaled in a normal respira
TOP SOURCES SELECT VITAMINS AND MINERALS
FOOD SOURCES OF VITAMIN A
Food Sources of Vitamin A ranked by micrograms Retinol Activity Equivalents (RAE) of
vitamin A per standard amount; also calories in the standard amount. (All are 20% of RDA for
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HW6 Chapter 6
I: Calculate your RDA.
My usual diet provides an average intake of 342 grams of carbohydrate, 110 grams of protein, and 25
grams of fat.
342 grams of carbohydrate x 4 kcal/gram = 1368 kcal
Nutrition (BIOL 1322)
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Chapter 5 HW 5
Part I: Case Study Dave is a 46-year-old attorney with a family history of heart disease (his
father had a heart attack at the age of 56) whose recent blood tests reveal high blood LDL
HW2 Chapter 2
Part 1: Jane is an emergency room physician and has a very busy work schedule. She does not get
much time to cook at home and relies on cafeteria meals or prepared, frozen dinners. Her typical meals
Chapter 8 HW 8
Using the textbook page references indicated below, calculate your personal energy and body
composition numbers. Show detailed calculations to earn full credit. If you prefer not to use
Homework 11: Matching exercise
1. Typical amount (in mL) of water lost from lungs every day:350
2. Recommended water intake (in mL) for infant expending 1,000 kcalories:1500
3. Enzyme released by kidneys: Renin
Chapter 10 HW 10
1. Transport protein of vitamin A: Retinol-binding protein
2. Promotes bone dismantling prior to bone growth: Vitamin A
3. Condition that results from severe vitamin A deficiency: Xerophthalmia
Chapter 9 HW 9
1.Name of thiamin deficiency disease: Beriberi
2. A food unusually rich in thiamin: Pork
3. Exposure to this leads to destruction of riboflavin: Ultraviolet Light
4. A food source that supplies a su
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Study Topics for Examination 1 - Biology 1361
Be able to recognize and assemble a correct representation of the hierarchy of biological organization.
Molecule, intestinal cell organelle, intestinal cell, intestinal tissue, digestive system,
TOPICS FOR EXAMINATION 2 - Biology 1361, CAMPBELL Biology in Focus
KNOW AND UNDERSTAND ALL TOPICS AS A FUNCTION OF THE CONCEPT CHECK
HEADINGS IN YOUR TEXT and in slides! These are not the only topics we covered just some of
the more important concepts so
NAME: VAN HOANG
MODULE 4: ASSIGNMENT 1
Near the end of my term as editor (19972004), Gastrointestinal Endoscopy published an
editorial by Robert Granz on the future of endoscopy. Obsolescence is a normal consequence of
Textbook Content Review 4 CHAPTERS 8 - 10 (91 points total)
Answers are to come directly from the textbook. Include page numbers in the text to show where your answers
were found. The gray boxes are available for you to highlight and type right in. One
Journals week 1 -12
April 26, 2016
Tuesday, February 23,2016
Are you for or against recycling?
Recycling Is important to me. It helps keep my community and the world
clean and healthy. Recycling shows the respect we have for
1. What career are you interested in?
Im interested in Medical Administrative Services.
Describe the career you are interested in?
The career is about communicating with patients, scheduling appointments,
electronic medical coding, filing
April 1, 2016
Instructor Elaina Barna
Rough Draft of Essay #2: How to Make Homemade Cookies
Growing up Ive always loved the smell of fresh baked, homemade chocolate chip
cookies. If you think cookies are just to satisfy your h
1. What did you learn about the person, job, and working conditions?
I learned that Latanya really enjoys her job and has a passion for it. She states that the
job can be hectic and require a lot of time but is a very good career field for me to
Friends reaches out to troubled teens
What is this article mainly about?
A teen took her life due to suicide, so the youth from
her school created a nonprofit organization to
prevent suicides by yo