Go to http:/sciencelearn.org.nz/Contexts/See-through-Body/Sci-Media/Animation/Label-theheart
Scroll down to the bottom and describe the path blood takes as it moves through the heart and
Work through the labeling until you get them all correct.
Go to http:/www.perkinselearning.org/scout/anatomy-vision
Anatomy of the eye- lens shopper
Click on Sclera1. What is the function of the sclera?
a. Sclera is a membrane of tendon in the eye, also known as the white of the eye.
Rugged and robus
Go through each slide and add the requested information.
You may copy and paste pictures from the internet, but please use your
notes and PowerPoints to type in the function and location of the tissue.
Name: Sagan Hagstrom
Nervous System Review
Choose the key choices that best correspond to the following descriptions.
Insert the appropriate letters in the answer blanks.
Key Choices: A. Autonomic Nervous System
B. Central N
Chapter 7: The Nervous System
Functions of the Nervous System
1. Sensory input
Monitor changes occurring inside and outside the body
Processes and interprets sensory input and decide what to be done
Mainly occurs in brain and spinal cord
Digestive system structures and functions
Special features or structures
sense of taste
Initiation of swallowing
Food movement is
used in alternating
Bio 156 Virtual Autopsy: Case #5
CASE HISTORY - CASE 5
A 21 year old thin male patient is brought in dead on arrival, he had died in
An ambulance had been called to the airport to treat this patient who was in
The Skeletal System checkpoint
1. Name 4 components of the skeletal system.
Bones Joints Ligaments and Cartilage
2. Name 5 functions of the skeletal system
To support, provide nutrients, movement. Protection, Attachment and Hematopoie