Anatomy and Physiology
Test 1 Review
1. Three Disorders of the Endocrine System
Read Endocrine Disease Sheet
2. Gland and region that produces epinephrine
Region- Medulla (Bottom most layer of slide)
3. Calcitonin antagonistic to
Assignment#1 - Digestive System
-Gallstones are made of crystallized bile formed within the gall bladder. They appear when cholesterol,
bile components, and/
Assignment # 3: Heart
1. The beating of human heart (cardiac cycle) directly reflects the electrical conduction system within the heart
(ECG). Describe what happens in the cardiac cycle in the following situations:
a. Immediately before P wave: Heart is i
Assignment Week 2: Blood
1. Define Hemostasis. Explain in detail the steps involved in hemostasis. ( The following concepts must be
covered in detail in your essay- Meaning of vascular spasm; Platelet plug formation; meaning of extrinsic
and intrinsic pat
Pig Identification Structures
NECK AND FACE
1. External juglar vein
2. Common carotid arteries
4. Trachea, Larynx
5. Left subclavian artery
6. Brachiocephalic artery
7. Right subclavian artery
8. Left and right subclavian veins
Assignment- Digestive system
1. Define gallstones and jaundice. Why would a person suffering from gallstones show symptons of jaundice?
2. It is common for young people to eat a cheeseburger. Trace the cheeseburger through your digestive tract and
WEEK 2: CHEMICAL LEVEL OF ORGANIZATION_ Outline
Q. What is the Molecule of Life?
- All material things are based on chemicals (and organisms are no exceptions)
i.e Organisms are based on chemicals
- To understand the functions as well as t
LEVELS OF BIOLOGICAL ORGANIZTION-Dr. Kadiri
Atoms - Smallest unit of an element composed of Protons, Electron & Neutrons)
Elements Are chemical substances that cannot be broken down (to
simpler substances with different properties) by chemical means.
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Characteristics of Urine
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Lab Practicum 2 Exam Review
1) Picture of a Lymph Node
2) Slides of:
3) Picture and Identify The Two Lymphatic Ducts
4) Locate Lymphatic Organs
5) Identify Peyers Patches
Small masses of lymphatic tissue found throughout the ileum reg
The EKG records only the electrical activities of the heart. Depolarization of the atria
produces the P-wave. Depolarization of the ventricles produces the QRS complex.
Repolarization of the atria occurs during the QRS complex. Repolarization of th
Exam 2 Study Guide
1. What is the term used for the study of blood?
2. Know the functions of blood?
Functions of blood are substance distribution, regulation of blood levels of particular substances,
and body protection.
3. Blood is a part of w
Class Notes Test Questions
What is a mesentery?
When the parietal peritoneum attached to the dorsal midline of the abdominal cavity pushes
itself forward (ventrally), it forms connective tissue sheets that holds organs in that region in
place, it also sup
The strength in oxyhemoglobin bond with the increase in temperature Pco2 ,H+ or BPG levels in blood
lowers HBs affinity for O2 enchancing oxygen unloading from the blood.The temperature will weaken
the bond between an oxygen and hemoglobin which in turns