6.05 Fetal Circulation
Circulation of Baby
How are gases
The umbilical cord
one vein that sends
oxygenated blood to
the unborn baby and
to two arteries which
Gases are switch
6.01 Excretory System
The regulation of water takes place throughout the kidneys, it is undercontroll of ADH
also known as the antidiuretic hormones.
The concentrations of salt in the blood system become higher due to the body being low
on water. The hi
04.04 DBA and Exam
Module Study Guide
Lesson 04.01: Cardiovascular System
Describe some of the effects that dilated blood vessels will have on blood pressure.
When blood vessels dilate, the flow of blood is increased due to a decrease in vascular r
Exam: 04.04 Transport Module Four
Question 1 (Worth 2 points)
What is the function of a vascular spasm?
It plugs the wound area prior to the adherence of platelets.
It constricts the wound area prior to fibrin formation.
Exam: 05.04 Enzymes
Question 1 (Worth 3 points)
A biologist wants to prevent the bonding of enzymes to the substrate in his
test solution. What should he do?
Add a vitamin solution
Add a zinc solution
Add an inhibitor solution
5.03 Molecules of Life
Meet our molecules:
Candice the almighty carb
She provides us with our main source of energy
in which we need to function. Candice the
almighty carb gets her power from foods such
as bread, pasta, fruit, and vegetables.
6.02 Immune System
COMPLETE THE MISSING SECTIONS OF THE STORY BELOW WITH
ENOUGH DETAIL TO FULLY TELL THE STORY.
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
Exam: 02.04 Movement Module Two
20 of 20 points
Question 1 (Worth 2 points)
A surgeon removes a section of a body organ. Once removed, the muscle
tissue continues to contract, even in the absence of nervous stimulation.
01.06 Bone Tissue Assignment
1. Bone Diagram
Label the diagram below (Hint: See lesson page 3.
2. Bone Model
You will take a picture of your bone model and attach it
Explain how cells specialize to form specific tissue and organs.
Cells have the ability to specialize and form specific tissues and organs due to all cells
being alike or not, being made up of the same deoxyribonucleic acids. Stem cells that
02.02 Skeletal Muscle
width of the
What are the
occurs as a
result of the
in the selected
page 3 of the
1. How many bones are in the collection? (This number is called the NISPNumber of Identified Specimens.)
In the collection there is 3 skulls, 6 femora, 4 hip bones (os coxa), 2 humeri, 2
tibiae, 5 scapulae. The number of NISP is 22.
2. Which of the bones
01.04 Skin The Largest Organ
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 specif