DIRECTIONS: Answer the following questions using Chapter 15 of your text book as a guide.
Assignment must be completed before lecture time in order to receive credit. Write (or type) your
answers on a separate piece of pa
Prelab #4: Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis in Plants
Instructions. Before completing the prelab:
Read pages 92 and 93 (Energy Flow and Chemical Cycling in the Biosphere) and review Figure
6.2 in your textbook. Also read the Lab 4
Chapters 9 & 10 Learning Objectives
What are the three different muscle tissue types? Describe where in the body each
type of muscle is located, and state whether they exhibit voluntary or involuntary contractions.
Skeletal muscles are atta
FAQ: BONES and BONE PRACTICUM
Lab Exam 1 w/Bone Practicum is a timed 60 minute exam, 30 minutes
for each part (1 & 2).
For Part 1: Skeletal System Lab Quiz there will be 30 questions projected on the
overhead. It is the same format as Lab Quiz 2.
BIOL241 Lab Quiz 3 study guide
Lab Quiz 3 is worth 30 points and covers material from Labs 15, 17,19, 20, 21.
Identify the types of cells found in the nervous system including neurons (sensory, motor,
and association/interneurons), and gli
BIOL241 Lab Quiz 2 study guide
Lab Quiz 2 is worth 30 points and covers material from Labs 6 and 7.
For any of the tissues or organs (ie. the skin) listed, you must be able to: recognize the tissue (in a
projected image), label the tissue from memory, lab
Chapters 9 & 10 Learning Objectives
What are the three different muscle tissue types? Describe where in
the body each type of muscle is located, and state whether they exhibit voluntary
or involuntary contractions.
Muscle tissue type
In the final minute of the high school state championship match, with the score tied 1 to 1, the corner
kick sailed toward the far post. Lunging for a header and the win, the 17-year-old midfielder was kicked
solidly in the right side o
Chapters 7&8 Learning Objectives
1. How is the skeletal system classified?
A: The skeletal system composed of bones, cartilages, joints, and ligaments.
Bones made up the most skeleton. Cartilages only present in isolated areas, such
Name _ _
1. A new mother notices that her 6-month-old child has a yellow-orange complexion. Fearful that the child
may have jaundice, she takes him to her pediatrician. After examining the child, the pediatrician declares
him perfectly healthy
1. Lauren was competing in her first ironwoman-distance triathlon, a 140.6-mile race consisting of 2.4 miles of
swimming, 112 miles of cycling, and 26.2 miles of running. At mile 22 of the run, approximately 16 hours
after starting the
Chapters 6 Learning Objectives
1. What are the functions of the skeletal system?
A: 1. Support: Bones provide a framework that supports our body and cradles
its soft organs
2. Protection: Protect vital organs such as brain, spinal cord and oth
Chapter 5 Learning Objectives
1. What are the two major components of the integumentary system?
A: The skin is composed of two distinct layer which are the outmost protective shield of body
that composed of epithelial cells called epidermis an
Chapters 1, 2 & 3 Learning Objectives
1. Define anatomy and physiology and state the main difference between them.
A Anatomy studies the structure of body parts and their relationships to one another
while physiology concerns the function of t
Chapter 4 Learning Objectives
1. Define tissue and histology. List the four different types of tissue that our bodies are
A : Tissues are groups of cells that have similar structures and functions. Our bodies
are made of epithelial ti
1. A 3-year-old girl was seen by her pediatrician to determine the cause of a recent muscle cramps and
tingling in her fingers and toes. A blood test was performed, the girls thyroid hormone level was low.
During that exam, the physici
Chapter 13-Viruses. Viroids, and
General Characteristics of all viruses
Contain a single type of nucleic acid
Contain a protein coat
Obligate intracellular parasites
Are viruses the only known obligate
History began with th
The good, the bad and the ugly
Good-bacteria are important in food
Bad-some bacteria cause food poisoning
Ugly-some bacteria cause food spoilage
Some factors that influence growth in foods
Remember that some mi
Control of Microbial Growth
A few terms
Bacteriostatic: inhibits bacterial growth
Bactericidal: something capable of killing bacteria
Antiseptic: an agent that is used to inhibit/kill
bacterial growth on skin and mucus membranes
Disinfectant: an agent
Final Exam Study GuideChapter 8: Last few pages (p200-212)Transfer of DNA
1. What are the three ways to transfer genetic material?
Transformation, conjugation, and transduction
2. Define: donor cell, recipient cell, homologous recombination, compe
Viruses of Bacteria
Chapter 13 Viruses of Bacteria
13.1 General characteristics
A. Viruses are non-living agents associated with all forms of life. Each virion consists of
nucleic acid surrounded by a protein coat. They are approximately
Study Guide Exam #3
Chapter 7: The Blueprint of Life, from DNA to Protein
1. Know the definition of the following terms: genome, gene, protein, genomics, DNA
replication, transcription, and translation.
2. What is meant by the terms genotype and p