Lab 3 Prelab Assignment
Lab 3 prelab questions.
Provide reasoning for the mitosis and meiosis in animal and plant organism. Compare and contrast
mitosis and meiosis. Provide illustration to your explanation.: Mitosis and meiosis are very significant
Lab 2 Prelab Assignment
Comparison of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells
The notable similarities between prokaryotes and eukaryotes are that each contain DNA, cytoplasm,
ribosomes, and a cell membrane. The notable differences include the lack of membrane b
Lab 3 Experimental Assignment
Experiment 1: Table 2
Number of Cells in Each Stage
Total Number of Cells
Calculated % of time in Each
Lab 6 Prelab Assignment
1. The functions of the bones include providing support, protection, movement, calcium storage, blood
cell production, and endocrine regulation.
Please note the axial skeleton in the
photos to the left and right in blue.
Hello and I Welcome everyone to Anatomy & Physiology lab I
Right now you should have reviewed and became familiar with the due dates for
each lab. You can find it in your Bb course calendar (green chevron on the
left). Make sure that you adjust your sched
Lab 2 Questions:
1.Why is the cell considered the structural and functional unit of all living things?
Based on scientific observations over the next 150 years, scientists formulated
the cell theory, which is used for all living organisms no ma
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Lab 5 Post-lab Assignment
For experiments 1 and 2, you should study the presented images of the microscopic slides. For grading
you should present labeled slides and answer post lab questions wi
Lab 5 Prelab Assignment
1. Provide definition of a tissue. Illustrate your answer. Tissues can be defined as a collection of cells
that connects to become the fabric within the body of animals and plants.
2. Describe functional importance of epithelial ti
Lab 4 Prelab Assignment
1. Compare and contrast diffusion and osmosis. Explain its relation to biological organisms. Provide
an illustration to your answer.: Diffusion is defined the spontaneous movement of particles from
an area of higher concentration t