Introduction to histology
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Magnification used: Medium Magnification or 100x magnification
Magnification used: Medium Magnification or 100x mag
Introduction to histology: the Skin
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magnification needed to best view the object.
Epidermis, dermis and hypodermis
Magnification used: Meduim or 100x
Cartilage and Bones lab
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Magnification used: Left at medium or 100x right at high or 1000x oil
Magnification used: Medium or 100x
Introduction to Histology: The Skin
1. What are the three main layers of the skin and what are they composed of?
The three main layers of the skin are the superficial epidermis, which is
composed of epithelial tissue, the d
Introduction to Histology: Cartilage and bones
1. What distinguishes connective tissues from other tissues?
Connective tissues have a large assortment of functions throughout the body.
They start out by keeping the organs s
Introduction to Histology
1. What are the four main tissue types?
Epithelial Tissue, Muscle tissue, Nervous tissue, and Connective tissue
2. What is the magnification of the ocular lens on your microscope?
10x or ten times
BIO111 General College Biology I with Lab
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Biology 111- General College Biology I with Lab
16 July 2016
Photosynthesis Lab Activity
The purpose of this experiment is to test a variable that affects photosynthesis.
instructions: These equations are designed to give students practice converting within the metric
system and between the metric and English systems. Many equations use units that cell biologists use
in the laboratory. Complete
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Common Name: H. Pylori
Scientific Name: Helicobacter Pylori (Previously Campylobacter Pylori)
Anatomical Diagnosis: Epithelial lining of the stomach.
Geographic Location P
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Exercise 1: Cellular Respiration
Data Table 1. Photograph of Germinated Seeds.
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Data Table 2. Respiration and Observations.
Distance (N): D
Microscopy Use and Function Microbiology
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Lab Report Assistant
This document is not meant to be a substitute for a formal laboratory report. The Lab Report
Assistant is simply a summary of the experime
Functional Groups - RX
Name of the
2 hydroxyl groups
Amine group on one
Amino acid reacts c the
carboxyl group on the
M2D1 Atoms, Compounds and Molecules
Nitrogen and Sodium. The atomic structure of Nitrogen or N are located on the Periodic Table of
Elements, is numbered as the 7th atom, also based on the number of protons it has. Its weight is
14.01 amu (atomic mass uni
An organelle is the essential unit of all life. Also, is the source of energy in the cell, among the
organelle functions is to partake in protein production. Cells could not survive without the
organelle, in a different meaning the organe
M1D1: Theory in Everyday Life
The theory is a broad result that is supported by a large growing evidence. We use theories on a
daily basis to justify our values, beliefs and methods of analyzing ideas or stances making others
in our close environment to t
1. Artificial selection is the production of organisms in a population that have desirable
traits. Artificial selection has generated untold diversity in both plants and animals. In
agriculture, superior strains of corn, wheat, and soybeans have resulted
M7A2 Essay Quiz
M7A2 Essay Quiz
An embryo is an unborn (or unhatched) animal or human young in its earliest phases.
Embryos of many different kinds of animals: mammals, birds (to include Chicken), reptiles, fish,
etc. look very similar, and it
Module 6 Quiz
BIO110 - FALL I 2016
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Chapter 6 Question 1 - Multiple-Choice
Part A- What is the monomer of the DNA polymer?
Chapter 6 Question 3 - Multiple-Choice
Module 7 Quiz
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Chapter 7 Question 4 - Multiple-Choice
Part A- Which two observations led Darwin to conclude that there is competition for survival?
Overproduction and limited resources
The organelle that I choose is mitochondria. Mitochondria convert nutrients into energy for the cell. ATP
is the primary energy source for cells. When ATP is used from the ATP molecule, ADP is what is left. The
mitochondria then recycles the ADP by turnin
Joint replacement is when a doctor, usually an orthopedic surgeon, fixes or replaces all or part of a joint.
Because people are wearing out their joints at a younger age, newer resurfacing techniques have been
developed (Penn Medicine 2010). This is becau
The two muscular diseases that I chose were fibromyalgia and amyotrophic lateral
sclerosis. Fibromyalgia is pain and fatigue in the muscles. It is unknown what causes it,
but it is most common in middle aged women. People with rheumatoid arthritis and
Pseudoephedrine is used in over the counter medication and in some prescriptions. Its
primary use for nasal congestion and congestion of the Eustachian tubes. It does this by
shrinking the blood vessels in the nose. The main goal of this medication is not
Running head: Tissue Changes
Age-Related Tissue Changes & Epigenetics
Our bodies are very complex and the way everything works together to maintain
homeostasis is quite astonishing. There are constant changes and adaptation that our bodies m