Gathering Information Worksheet: Part One
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How do you
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 blood vessels that extend to all your muscles,
organs, and body tissues.
The heart is the cent
6.04 Exploraciones - Prctica
A. Match the following car part with its description.
1. Usamos - para ver.
2. Para ver el motor, tenemos que abrir -.
3. Ponemos la gasolina en -.
4. Si queremos ir ms rpido, usamos -.
5. Para parar (stop)
The respiratory system has a very important task; it must acquire the oxygen your cells need to carry out
cellular respiration. Cellular respiration is a reaction in the cells that breaks down glucose delivered to
your cells from the foods you eat.
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
Smoking can permanently damage the delicate tissues of the lungs. For this assessment, use the video
and reliable internet resources to research which lung tissues are damaged during smoking. Use your
research to explain how the damage to each of these ti
Directions: Identify five examples of the use of logos, ethos, and pathos in the speech. First, cite specific
lines from the speech. Then, indicate whether the lines are an example of logos, ethos, or pathos. Finally,
explain your choice as well as the im
06.07 Segment Two Collaboration
From the Main Menu, select Discussion Groups
Next, select 06.07 Module Six Collaboration R.A.F.T
Click on ONE body system that interests you:
Scroll down to th
I'm a sugar molecule that lives in a Twinkie! My life has been very short lived so far, and today is the day
that I travel through the human body! As the hungry boy tears the plastic wrapper around me, I feel the
nerves coming as I dont know what
FETAL CIRCULATION CHART
Worth 18 pointseach box worth 2 points.
Circulation of Baby
How are gases
The umbilical cord contains one vein
that sends oxygenated blood to the
fetus, and two arteries that remove
First up is Super Carb. Super Carb is the super hero who is the predominant source of energy for our
bodies. Super carb can be found in foods like bread, pasta and vegetables.
Next to Super Carb is Protein Penguin. Protein Penguin is responsible for allow
1. This weekend you are going camping with your closest friends and family. Thankfully, the layers
of your skin will help protect you during this adventure. Discuss at least two ways each layer, the
epidermis and dermis, may protect you on this excursion.
Nervous System: Special Senses Lab
In this lab, you will investigate the behavior of the human nervous system and make
observations of the special senses.
Activity 1: Touch Receptors (worth 10 points total)
1. List four sensations detected by the tactile
NEUROMUSCULAR JUNCTION LABELING (6 POINTS)
Label the axon, motor end plate (neurotransmitter receptor), calcium channel, synaptic vesicles,
neurotransmitter, and synapse in the diagram below.
Motor end plate
width of the
What are the
occurs as a
result of the
page 3 of the
6 femora (4 right and 2 left)
4 hip bones (1 right and 3 left)
2 humeri (right)
2 tibiae (left)
5 scapulae (3 right and 2 left)
Answer each of the following questions:
1.How many bones are in the collection? (This number is called the N
02.02 Skeletal Muscle
Directions: Use the Muscle Tissue Chart (lesson page 3) as well as the Muscle Tissue Samples (lesson page 7) to complete the chart
Describe the size, shape,
& arrangement of cells.
02.01 Axial & Appendicular Muscles
Directions: Using sticky-notes or masking tape, label the muscles from the chart below on yourself or
a partner. Feel for the muscle attachment sites and surrounding muscles and bones. If possible, t
01.06 Bone Tissue
To receive the maximum score of 36 points on this assignment, there are 3 components you must
complete. Please refer to the rubric on Page 6 of 1.06 to examine how each section will be scored by
01.07 DBA and Exam
Module Study Guide PASS WORD: honorsanatomy
Lesson 01.01: Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology
Compare the difference between gross and microscopic anatomy
Gross studies large things like muscles, bones and tissues
Microscopic studies c
01.04 Skin The Largest Organ
Directions: Part 1 Answer ONE of the essay questions below with FIVE or more sentences.
Delete the choices you dont use. Part 2 Write your own skin scenario with FIVE or more
sentences. Describe TWO ways each skin l
01.05 The Human Skeleton
Directions: Read the case study below and answer the questions that follow.
What Do We Tell the Sheriff? Determining Minimum Numbers of Individuals (MNI) for a Scatter of Human Bones. Phoebe R.
Directions: Respond to each question below with TWO or more sentences. Then, provide evidence
1. What did you enjoy most about working with others on this task?
I enjoyed seeing what everyone else
02.04 DBA and Exam
Module Study Guide
Lesson 02.01: Axial & Appendicular Muscles
Be able to identify each of the following muscles from a diagram, as well as
distinguish if they are axial or appendicular muscles.
o Trapezius- Collar bone- Axial Front
Sympathetic Nervous System
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Increase in blood pressure
Increase of heartbeat
THE SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS
The Sympathetic Nervous System is a reaction
02.03 Muscle Contraction
Directions: In your own words, explain the EIGHT steps of the sliding filament theory. Each step must
include a drawing or borrowed picture (with proper source citation). Hint: See lesson page 6.
01.05 HONORS Bone Markings
Directions: Part 1 Do THREE of the palpation exercises below. Delete the choices you dont use. Then answer the reflection
questions with complete sentences. Part 2 Complete the chicken wing bone activity and answer th
02.02 Skeletal Muscle
Muscle - Human Cardiac
Are there striations across the width of the muscle cells?
There are striations across the width of the muscle cells.
Number of Nuclei?
What are the size, shape, and arrangement of fibers?