Heart sounds S1 & S2 clear and crisp.
S1 is louder at the apex of the heartclosure of tricuspid & mitral valve.
S2 louder near the base of the heart. Closure of aortic & pulmonary
*Head circumference- tested every appointment up to 36 months of age.
The influence of Enzyme Concentration
on the Rate of Starch Digestion
October 11, 2016
Three different experiments were carried out during this lab. The first experiment focused
on how fast starch disappeared with diffe
Global Climate Change: Carbon
Photosynthesis by plants, algae,
cyanobacteria brings carbon into living
world. Uses carbon dioxide.
Cellular respiration, animal and plant
cellular life power generator, harvests
energy from sugar. Releases carbon di
Water, Minerals, and Nitrogen
Reservoir: Oceans (salt water)
Users: All life, plants and animals
Intermediate Bioprocessor: none
Key driving process: evaporation and
Water; Reservoir to Users and
Nutrient Recycling: Carbon
Reservoir: Atmospheric and water soluble
Users: All life forms, carbon-based life on
Users: photosynthetic plants, algae, and bacteria
Recyclers: All life forms via cellular
Bio 102 Lab-Wed
Eugenics may seem like a new outlook on how to customize future generations of the human society but this theory has been around for centuries. Eugenics is the social philosophy that promote
Chapter 38 Outline The Nervous system
38.1 What Are the Structures and Functions of Neurons? p. 762 38.2 How Is Neural Activity Produced and Transmitted? p. 762 38.3 How Are Nervous Systems Organized? p. 764 38.4 What Is the Structure of the Huma
Homeostasis & Organization Chapter 31 Outline
Homeostasis: How Do Animals Regulate Their Internal Environment? p. 636 How Is the Animal Body Organized? p. 639
Section 31.1 Outline
Homeostasis: How Do Animals Regulate Their Internal Environment?
Chapter 33 Respiration
33.1 Why Exchange Gases? p. 670 33.2 What Are Some Evolutionary Adaptations for Gas Exchange? p. 670 33.3 How Does the Human Respiratory System Work? p. 675
Why Exchange Gases?
Gas exchange supports cellular respiration
Digestion and Nutrition Chapter 34 Outline
What Nutrients Do Animals Need? p. 686 How Is Digestion Accomplished? p. 692 How Do Humans Digest Food? p. 695
Section 34.1 Outline
What Nutrients Do Animals Need?
Energy Is Derived from Nutrients and
M. Andrea Ward General Biological Sciences
THE WHOLE PROCESS There are different terms used to describe scientific ideas based on the amount of confirmed experimental evidence. Hypothesis - a statement that uses a few observations
Chapter 35 Urinary System
35.1 What Are the Basic Functions of Urinary Systems? p. 708 35.2 What Are Some Examples of Invertebrate Excretory Systems? p. 708 35.3 What Are the Functions of Vertebrate Urinary Systems? p. 709 35.4 What Are the Struc
Chapter 32 Circulation
32.1 What Are the Major Features and Functions of Circulatory Systems? p. 650 32.2 How Does the Vertebrate Heart Work? p. 651 32.3 What Is Blood? p. 657 32.4 What Are the Types and Functions of Blood Vessels? p. 661 32.5 H