Life Sciences 2 Exam #1 Key
Two and Three Point Questions
1) Identify two of the three tissue subdivisions that form from somites and an adult
structure that develops from each. (2 points)
1 point each; must have 2 of the three
PATTERNS OF HUMAN GROWTH!
Prof. Peter Ellison, ofce hours TU Peabody Musum 51F, or by appointment!
There must be some way outta here . . .!
Said the joker to the thief . . .!
Prof. A Biewener for George V. Lauder
We complete our initial discussion of the nervous
system by reviewing neural integration.
Then we begin our discussion of muscle as a tissue
and address the process of muscle contraction.
LS2: Prof. George V. Lauder
Lect. 22: Scaling analyzing the effects of size in
anatomy and physiology
But size is not everything see the MythBusters elephant and mouse video:
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Introduction to the Nervous System
Prof. George V. Lauder
We focus on the basic organization of
the nervous system.
Physiology of nerve cells
Monday 2-3 (after class) and by
Lect 18: Respiration and Oxygen Transport
A A Biewener!
Reading: Vander Ch14 (pgs. 446 489)!
Respiratory design for diffusion & matching O2
transport in linked steps of diffusion and bulk
Branching architecture of lung airways, alveoli,
! Energy Metabolism
Prof. Andrew Biewener!
Ofce hours this week: Friday (not Wed) 2:00-3:00!
[email protected] !
or email for appointment MCZ Agassiz Hall Rm 1!
whole body energy use
Energetics II: Activity Metabolism
Professor Andrew Biewener!
Reading: Biewener Ch8_LocoEnergetics.pdf & Text, Ch 13 (pgs. 410-441)!
1. What are the sources of ATP supply (anaerobic vs aerobic) in
relation to exercis