Water constitutes _ of the body mass in an infant, and _ of an adults body mass.
Total body water is approximately _.
What is Intracellular Fluid (ICF)?
What is cytosol?
What is Extracellular fluid (ECF)?
Sperm must reach ovulated secondary oocyte which remains viable for only _ _ after it leaves the ovary.
Sperms retain their fertilizing power for about _ _ after ejaculation.
When sperm fuses with an egg to form a
What are the three major types of vessels?
Oxygenated blood is carried away from the heart by?
Deoxygenated blood returns to the heart by way of the?
What are the s mall, thin-walled vessels that interconnect the s
What are t he main functions of the digestive system?
What can t he digestive system be divided into?
What is the Alimentary canal?
What are the Accessory digestive organs?
What are the Major Digestive Processes?
What are the 6 main categories of body nutrients?
What is the cellular use of carbs?
What is the cellular uses of lipids?
What are the cellular uses of proteins?
Most vitamins act as?
What is a coenzyme?
What are the two intrinsic defense systems?
What is Non-specific defense?
What lines of defense does the Non-specific system have?
What are the Surface barriers?
What are the cells and chemical defense?
What is the
What are the functions of blood?
What is the distribution function of blood?
What is the regulation function of blood?
What is the protection function of blood?
What are the c omponents of blood?
What is Plasma?
The endocrine system is composed of a group of glands called _ _.
ductless glands influence the metabolic activities of the body by secreting _.
_ _ produce the hormone inside the gland which is then released and a
Where does lymph come from?
The network of vessels that carry this fluid is called _ _, and that fluid, once inside these vessels is no longer ter
the Lymphatic System?
Water and Fitness of Environments
Overview: The Molecule That Supports All of Life
Water is the biological medium on Earth
All living organisms require water more than any other
Most cells are surrounded by water, and cells themsel
Review questions posted for Transport and Plant Form
sections will add for Nutrients and Carbon Balance.
Recommend working in groups to use these questions to test your
understanding ; use them side-by-side with slides/notes/book.
Register your clickers at iclicker.com if you havent already
Use your net ID for your student ID
Lecture slides are posted on Learn, review questions will be
QUIZ THIS WEEKEND on UNM Learn
Will open Friday at Noon and close a
Review questions and water potential problems will
be posted today/tomorrow
QUIZ THIS WEEKEND on UNM Learn
Will open Friday at NOON and close at NOON on Monday
20 min Multiple choice quiz
will be auto-graded for everyone
can repeat once, h
Photosynthesis has evolved through time
Students will be able to:
1) describe how the history of the earth has influenced the evolution of
2) explain why all plants do not have carbon concentrating mechanisms
Quiz for Week 2 reading
Vast majority completed the quiz (94%).
Quiz open Friday NOON until Monday NOON
Always over reading for upcoming week.
Top 4 muddy point topics (unclear topics from previous week in
lecture; survey is not required
Plants sense their surroundings
Students will be able to:
explain the how environment controls germination
describe how light controls flowering including perception and
transmission of the signal
explain why how perception of touc
Exam 1 is Thursday!
Closed book, no notes
Please arrive on time with photo ID in registered section.
No cell phones can be used as calculator
Tues/Thurs 12:30 pm to 1:45 pm
Email for appointment
Use review questions, slid
Other organisms help plants grow
Think about challenges
How could other organisms help?
relationship with a
net positive for both
Plants involved in several mutualisms
that involve plant nutrition
ANATOMICAL TERMS and ORGAN SYSTEMS
In order to effectively communicate in the anatomical language, a basic understanding of the related
terms is imperative. The purpose of this laboratory is to provide an introduction to anatomical
What are some examples of accessory organs of the integumentary system?
Technically speaking, the skin is the integument of the integumentary system. So, the accessory organs
of the integumentary system are the hair, nails, and cutane
THIS STUDY GUIDE CONTAINS MUCH OF THE INFORMATION YOU WILL NEED TO KNOW TO BE
SUCCESSFUL ON THE EXAM. IT IS NOT A COMPREHENSIVE LIST AND QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO ITEMS
NOT ON THE STUDY GUIDE MAY BE ON THE EXAM. IN ADDITION TO THE STUDY GUIDE YOU SHOULD BE
A&P 1 - Third Exam Study Guide
THIS STUDY GUIDE CONTAINS MUCH OF THE INFORMATION THAT WILL NEED TO KNOW FOR THE CLASS
AND TO BE SUCCESSFUL ON THE SECOND EXAM. IT IS NOT A COMPREHENSIVE LIST AND QUESTIONS
PERTAINING TO ITEMS NOT ON THE STUDY GUIDE MAY BE O
Anatomy and Physiology EXAM 1 STUDY GUIDE
1. Anatomy- structure
2. Physiology- function
3. Levels of organization:
g. Organ Systems
4. Anatomical variation- Structura
1. What are the 3 main functions of the lymphatic system?
1. Fluid Recovery- Capillaries reabsorb 85%, lymphatic reabsorbs 15%. PREVENTS EDEMA
3. Lipid Absorption- in small intestine
2. Where does fluid enter lymphatic vessels
BSC 2085 Final Exam Topics
There is a vast amount of content in any Anatomy and Physiology class. You are responsible for it all.
However, to narrow your scope of study for the departmental comprehensive final exam, a study guide is
provided. If it is not
-Radial artery is not an elastic artery (so funny that thats the example I hoped it would be when we were
-Elastic arteries have a larger diameter than muscular arteries
-The circumflex sends blood to the left atrium