Circulatory and Lymphatic
(similarities and differences)
The lymphatic system is a network of tubes throughout the body that drains fluid (called
lymph) from tissues and empties it back into the bloodstream. The main roles of the
lymphatic system include
Table of Contents
Microbiology Laboratory Directions
Handling and Examining Cultures
Staining and Smear Preparation
Spore staining: Schaeffer-Fulton method
Microbiology in Health Care?
Number of visits to
physician offices for
infectious and parasitic
diseases: 19.3 million
Pathogens Represent a Small Percentage of
the Microbial World
Essential for cycling elements
Cardiovascular Worksheet 1
Cardiovascular Worksheet 2
The Digestive System
We need food for cellular utilization:
nutrients as building blocks for synthesis
sugars, etc to break down for energy
most food that we eat cannot be directly used by the body
too large and complex to be absorbed
Respiratory Worksheet 1
Respiratory Worksheet 2
Respiratory Worksheet Answers
A = larynx
B = trachea
C = hilus
D = lung
E = visceral pleura
F = pleural cavity
G = diaphragm
Microbiology Lecture 1
Dr. Wendy Noffke
Corresponds to Bauman chpt 1 & Tortora chpt 1
Overview & History of Microbiology
Robert Hook: 1666 reports lifes smallest units were cells, beginning of cell
Cell theory: all living things are composed of cel
Answer the following questions after viewing the video:
1. What were some factors that lead to the tortoise's evolutionary divergence?
2. What other species diverged on the islands? How did this serve to increase the biodiversity
and available resources o
-What are some of the consequences for both the animals and humans when our environments
-Give some examples of how humans can reduce having wildlife move into urban areas
-List some reasons that wildlife are moving into and staying in urban area
-When extraction of non renewable resources goes wrong, what is the cost to repair the damage
done to the environment from the extraction process?
-What are the pros and cons of extraction of the resource in the local environment? (ex. economic,
I was very unaware of a lot of the things mentioned throughout all four videos, and
because of that I learned many things. But something I would like others to take away from is
the fact that the surface of water can look perfect, but on the floor of the
Morgan J Johnson
9 May 2016
For my second review, I decided to watch a video called Me, My Sex, and I: Disorders of
Sexual Development, in this video it talked about sexual development in the womb and DSD
(Disorder of Sexual Development).
Morgan J Johnson
19 April 2016
For this review I watched the video Into the Mind: Emotions which talked about
emotions and why we have them. In the first part of the video, a scientist named J.B. Watson
was mentioned for his exp
Chapter 1 Invitation to Biology
I. The Secret Life of Earth
1. Biology is the study of life.
2. The Earth has an amazing diversity of life, some of which is yet
to be discovered.
3. The Earth is also suffering the loss of species at an alarming
Adaptive system changes!
We make millions of different antibodies,
and can change which ones we use most
If antibodies recognize an antigen, it may
activate immune cells
Activated cells aggres
1. The two anatomical divisions of the respiratory system: Upper & Lower Respiratory System
a. Which structures are included in each division?
b. What is the purpose of each?
2. What is the respira
Very similar to family
similar to each other
Ernst Haeckels tree from 1879
A modern tree of life
See Figure 10.1
Reading phylogenetic trees
EXAM 2: BLOOD STUDY GUIDE AP2 _ Spring 2016
Please note: 1) This study guide is not all inclusive! If you look
through the power points and pose each slide as a question, that is
essentially what this study guide is. Reading your textbook
Unit 14 - Endocrine System
tisol, gonadocorticoids, norepinephrine, epinephrine, ANP, thymosin, gastrin, secretin,
erythropoietin, and leptin.
1. Identify the main function of the endocrine system.
2. Define the terms: endocrinology, endoc
Unit 19 - Respiratory System
13. Explain the relationship between oxyhemoglobin and the following: partial pressure, pH,
1. Identify two main functions of the respiratory system.
14. Explain the relationship between carbam
Unit 22 - Digestive System
15. Locate the following glands and identify their function: parotid glands, sublingual
glands, submandibular glands, and buccal glands.
1. Identify the purpose of digestion.
16. List the components of saliva and
Unit 16 - Blood & Immunity
1. Identify the two systems involved with circulation and list two similarities and
two differences between them.
2. Identify at least six functions for the circulatory (cardiovascular) system.
14. Define the fol
Unit 20 - Urinary System
1. Define the terms urology, retroperitoneal, hilum, renal cortex, renal medulla, renal pyramid, and urinalysis.
2. Identify the primary functions of the urinary system.
3. Locate and identify at least one function
Unit 13 - Sensory System
1. Define the term sensation.
17. Locate the following middle ear structures and identify a function for each: auditory
tube, auditory ossicles, tensor tympani, stapedius, malleus, incus, stapes, fenestra vestibuli
Unit 15 - Reproductive System
blastocyst, uterus, implantation, placenta, umbilical cord, HCG, corpus luteum, progesterone, estrogen, HCS, relaxin, embryo, fetus, oxytocin, labor, vagina, and birth.
1. Identify the primary function of the
Unit 8 - Skeletal System
1. Define the following terms: osteology, articulation, axial skeleton, and appendicular
2. List the functions of the skeletal system.
3. Describe the typical matrix of bone.
4. Differentiate between spon
Unit 18 - Vessels & Routes
1. Contrast the structure and function of: arteries, arterioles, blood capillaries, venules,
veins, anastomoses, lymph capillaries, and lymphatics.
2. Define the following terms: vasa vasorum, lumen, vasoconstric