1. Clavicle (distinguish right from left)
o Sternal vs Acromial ends
2. Scapulae (distinguish right from left)
o Superior/Inferior Angle, Medial/Lateral/Superior borders, Spine, Acromi
Figure3.16 Linking step between glycolysis and the Krebs cycle.
(a) The end-product of
glycolysis, pyruvate, is
converted to the initial
substrate of the Krebs
cycle, acetyl CoA, in the
mitochondrial matrix. (b)
The overall reaction of the
Diffusion and Osmosis Lab Answers
Fill in the Blank
Cl comes from the NACL
Methylene Blue = 373.91
Calculate petri dish and periodic table
Isotonic Cells shape is just five circle stuck together like a necklace
1. Transmittance percent decreases. Tube 1 showed this.
2. Percent values stayed the same. Tubes 2, 3,4.
3. Transmittance stayed the same, increased a bit, and then decline.
Colorimetric solution stayed the same.
4. Fell to 1% and then the tra
A bicarbonate buffer can help maintain PH
Pepsin- PH 1.5. Protease in stomach that comes from a pepsinogen. It clears peptide
bonds and amino acids. Released from parietal cells to stomach.
Amylase- PH 4.6 Inside saliva that breaks down the star
P wave is the summation caused by depolarization. Sodium and potassium cells
QRS Complex- Left and Right Ventricle Depolarization
T wave- Repolarization of the ventricles
71 beats per minute
Case Study: The Truth
By George Liu
Information: What is
Tuberculosis is caused by Mycobacterium
Spread from infected individuals through
coughing and sneezing
Healthy individuals inhale pathogen upon
Desire to breath decreases but mostly stays the same.
Reduce change in PH through donating and accepting proton.
Holding your breath after exercise routines
Faster C02 release and oxygen intake
Inspiratory Reserve Volume is the maximum
Contra Costa College
Tuberculosis Summary Paper #2
Tuberculosis is the second most disastrous infection after HIV responsible
for the deaths of millions of innocent people annually. In order to properly
address the ram
1. If the atria and the ventricles were to contract at the same time, then the
atrium cannot fill the ventricles. Atria need to contract first before the
ventricles do, so this delay is set into the body at the AV node through where
pacemakers at the SA n