Effect of Temperature on Cellular Respiration of Germinating Peas
Introduction: Cellular Respiration refers to the process of converting the chemical energy of
organic molecules into a form that can be readily use
By: Mahmood Khatib
The Emergence of Tuskless Elephants
The African Bush Elephant is the largest and heaviest land animal on earth, weighing up to 10.4
tonnes and reaching heights of 3.96 metres. They are probably the most iconic land mammal and are the
Pulling out a deck of multiplication flashcards, setting the timer on my phone, and
placing a bag of Skittles on the table, I reminded my third grade tutee Rashaad of the rules to
our game. There was only one goal: finish 30 flashcards in 60 seconds and w
LAB: Connective Tissue Identification
Required-This lab is due Tuesday September 22
Each lab group will rotate through computer stations to complete the laboratory activity. Please pay attention to each
The Nervous System Textbook Sections 12-1 and 14-1
In charge of electrical impulses.
Learning Targets: Describe the anatomical and functional division of the nervous system. 12-1
Name the major brain regions and describe/identify the locations and functio
Candy Activity Bone Classifications Textbook section 6-2
Bone Classifications Section 6-2 and Figure 6-1
Sutural, Irregular, Short, Flat, Long, Sesamoid
Use the bag of bones provided in the tray to complete the following table.
DO NOT EAT THE CANDY!
Unit #2: Histology (Tissues) - Chapter 4
Cover and line
Groups of cells that are similar in structure and function are called tissues. The four primary tissue types are epithelium, connective tissue,
nervous tissue, and muscl
Blood and the Immune Response
Viscosity Ability to flow; fluids
Anucleate No nucleus
AntibodyProteins live on plasma
Innate vs. Adaptive
Digestion of Food
Oral Cavity action of Masseter and Temporalis; Teeth and Tongue
3 Salvary glands
mixes food with
Food is directed towards esophagus
Appendicular Skeleton and Associated Features Chapter 8
Arms, legs and girdles that attach limbs to the axial skeleton
Shoulder (Pectoral) Girdle Textbook Section 8-1 Figures 8-2 and 8-3
Clavicle: articulates with sternum and scapula
The Integumentary System Chapter 5
Your skin is your bodys first defense against everything.
Skin accounts for approximately 16% of your total body weight.
Total surface area is 1.5-2 square meters. Microbes protect the skin from bacteri
Articulations Chapter 9
Joints are formed between bones. Joints are classified by function (how
much motion is allowed) and by structure (what kind of tissue forms the
joint). See Table Activity and Textbook Sections to review.
Histology: Use pages 833-834 to complete the table.
Function of Tissue
Nasal Cavity Pseudostratified ciliated columnar
Filter debris and pathogens
Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems
Chapters 20 (Heart), 21 (Vessels) and 23 (Resp
Gus Bibler, Julia Chamberlain and
Any range of medical therapies that are not regarded as orthodox by the