Chapter 1 Concepts of Human Disease
1. Identify why it is important to study human disease.
It is important to study human disease because it helps us to find the cause, growth, spread
and what treatments and drugs are available for that di
1. Arts business technique increased performance. True because he motivated his employees. That
is why his employees are satisfied so their performance is increased.
2. Art focused on the motivation factor in the performance formula. Because his employees
Provide sense of smell
Located in nasal cavity on either side of nasal
Made up of two layers
1. Olfactory epithelium
Highly modified neurons
Involves detecting dissolved
chemicals as they intera
WEEK 1 Notes 10/3/2015 Ch. 15
15- 2: Sensory Receptors
Interface between nervous system and internal/external environments
Detects incoming stimulus then translates to action potential conducted by CNS (transduction)
o Transduction doesnt take place? Do
Sympathetic Chain Ganglia
On both sides of vertbral column
Effectors: in body wall, inside thoracic cavity, head, limbs
Have ganglionic neurons innervate tissues/organs in abdominopelvic
Experiment 1: Observation of Mitosis in a Plant Cell
In this experiment, we will look at the different stage of mitosis in an onion cell.
Remember that mitosis only occupies one to two hours while interphase can take
anywhere from 18 - 24 hours. Using thi
Experiment 1: Identifying Cell Structures
The structure of a cell dictates the majority of its function. You will view a selection of
slides that exhibit unique structures that contribute to tissues function.
Onion Root (allium) Digital Slide Im