Review of Chemistry
Define anatomy, and differentiate its many subdivisions.
Identify the types of images formed by various types of medical imaging, and contrast the
form of energy used to make these images.
Define physiology, and expl
LAB 1 OBJECTIVES:
On the practical we will not accept laymen terms such as whiskers, ears, paws, groin ect. Students must use
the terminology that is presented in their lab manual.
Identify the following external anatomy on the rat:
Objectives for Tissues/Integument (chp 2&3):
Be able to identify the following tissues (and key features indicated by your lab manual). Know their functions,
locations, major surrounding extracellular components if present (the components of matrix in con
Tips for lab 1 working with the rat
1. Practice identifying the directional terms using the image of a rat.
2. Practice identifying the major 9 regions using the image of a rat.
3. Always use the right and left sides of the rat. It is not your right or le
Basic living, structural and functional units of
Cell is structural and functional unit of life
Activity of organism is combined results of
individual and aggregated cells
Activity of ce
Tips for appendicular skeleton
1. Know the system in, which you find that specific bone, whether in axial or appendicular.
2. Spine of the scapula ends as acromion process. So it is on dorsal aspect.
3. The coracoid process is on ventral aspect above the
You have only 4 major types of tissue:
When you name the specific tissue it falls within the 4 categories.
For example:a. Cardiac muscle tissue is the name of a special type of muscle tissue th
Tips for lab - Axial skeleton
Tips to identify the structures on axial and appendicular skeletal bones
1. Based on the shape there are several types of bones: flat, short, long and sutural and
2. Carpals are example for short bones
3. Patella is a
What is Anatomy
Study of structure and the relationship among
Axial Skeleton (chp4) Objectives:
Classify bones based on their shape:
Identify the parts of long bones:
Axial Skeleton (chp4) Objectives: Reorganized and explained
1) Based on their shape:
Short bones: Carpal bones
Long bones: Femur
Flat bones: Skull bones
Irregular bones: Vertebra
Sutural bones: Found in skull. They dont have specific names
Identify the tissues that make up the skeletal system.
Differentiate appositional and interstitial growth of bone.
Name the skeletal divisions and bone classification. List an example from each group.
Describe the anatomical struct
Identify the regions of the skin, and discuss the composition of each.
Differentiate thick and thin skin.
List the cell types found within the epidermis, and identify their functions.
List the factors that contribut
List the functional and structural classifications of joints, and provide an example of
Identify the components of a synovial joint.
Describe the factors that limit movement at a synovial joint.
Explain the types of movemen
Describe the structure and function of cutaneous, mucous, serous and synovial
Discuss the processes involved with normal tissue repair.
Identify the embryonic origin of the different tissue types.
Tissue collection of cells functions together for a particular task
Histology the study of tissues
- covering and lining
o all 3 body surfaces are covered with epithelium
o anything covering or lignin the free body surface
Differentiate the axial and appendicular skeletons, identifying which bones belong to
List the function of the pectoral and pelvic girdles, and identify the bones comprising
Describe the various surf
Discuss the classifications of epithelial tissueshow and why they are classified as they
areand the functions of each.
Differentiate glandular epithelium from covering and lining epithelium.
Define gland, and explain the differe
Anything that occupies space and has mass
Is composed of chemical elements
Substances that cannot be decomposed into
smaller substances by ordinary chemical
Chemical composition and reactions of living
Properties of Water
Properties of Water
High heat o
Appendicular Skeleton (Chp. 5)
Identify the following components of the appendicular skeleton (be able to tell
between the right or left bones, you will have to specify which one it is on the