Lesson 1 FOCUS QUESTIONS:
What are the general functions of the respiratory system?
How do the organs of the respiratory system contribute to the
The respiratory system has a very important task; it must acquire
the oxygen your cells
Lesson 1 Focus Question: What path does blood take as it moves from
chamber to chamber in the heart?
The cardiovascular system transports needed oxygen and
nutrients to all the cells of your body. It does so by pumping blood
through an expansive system of
What does it mean that Nikoleta is in the 10th percentile for
both length and weight? Is that a desirable statistic if she was in
the 50th percentile at birth? (4 points)
Being in the 10th percent means that she measures/weighs more
than 10 percent of
The Colligative Agent Called Antifreeze
There are colligative properties in many everyday resources that are
often overlooked or unknown about altogether. Most people are
unaware of the chemical properties attached to some of the most
mundane parts of the
Florence and Frank Flu are waiting patiently on a door knob for
their chance at a pickup. As your hand approaches the door knob,
they seize the opportunity and latch on to your skin. What will
happen to Florence and Frank as they attempt to find an entran
Case Study Option
1. Is it possible for Michael and Danielle to have a child with Type
O blood? How do you know this?
No,its impossible to have a child with Type O blood,because
Michael has type AB blood,while Danielle has type O blood.
If Michael were ju
In one or more complete sentences, explain how natural laws apply to
the following scenarios:
1. How does inertia affect a person who is not wearing a seatbelt
during a collision?
During a collision, inertia would send unsecured person flying into the
Hour 1 - The Mouth
Hi,Im a sugar molecule in a slice a cake. I was eaten really
quickly,the person didnt really bother to savor me. I was chewed
up and ground by their teeth,which was not fun,and being
moistened and softened by their saliva,even less so.
Circulation of Baby after Birth
How are gases
Like any other person,gases are exchanged
within the babys lungs through alveoli to
diffuse oxygen and carbon dioxide.
The hormone ADH (antidiuretic hormone) regulates and controls
the amount of water in the kidneys.
The hypothalamus responds to a shortage of water in the body by
stimulating the pituitary gland and thirst center of the brain to
secrete ADH so that the blo
Main Endocrine Glands Hypothalamus
Analogy The endocrine system is similar to when I have a conversation
with my best friend through texting. I decide what I text,just as
List four sensations detected by the tactile receptors in the skin
Get a volunteer to touch each of these locations on your body
using the same pressure. Close your eyes and rank how sensitive
Neurotransmitter or Motor End Plate
1. Please describe the signal transmission across a myoneural
junction that allows the nervous system to move the muscles
of a football p
Anatomy divided into 2 groups Gross Anatomy - studies large structures that you can actually see
(Note: Uses stethoscope to listen to your heart and lungs to see if
they are working properly)
1. What did you enjoy most about working with others on this
I enjoyed that I was exposed to another psychology career other
than the one Id chosen. Ive focused so much on Child and
Adolescent Psychiatiry that sometimes I forget ther
Occupations Child And Adolescent Psychiatrist
Child And Adolescent Psychiatrist Child and adolescent psychiatrists are physicians who specialize
in the diagnosis and the treatment of disorders of thinking, feeling
1. What structures did you choose to palpate?
I palpated the clavicle,both scapula,and the medial and lateral
2. Were you able to feel the bone markings you were searching
Yes,I felt all of the bone markings that I knew were there.
1. A neighbor is walking her dog to the park during her lunch
break on a beautiful sunny day. Explain how her skin is
working to protect her from ultraviolet radiation due to
intense sun exposure. Be sure to discuss the specific
structures and substances
1. Explain how cells specialize to form specific tissue and organs.
Cells have the ability to specialize and to form specific tissues and
organs because all cells are made up of the same
deoxyribonucleic acids. Stem cells,most commonly taken from