Muscle Tissue Review
_h_ 1. sarcolemma
_f_ 2. sarcoplasma
_d_ 3. sarcoplasmic reticulum
_n_ 4. T tubules
_i_ 5. myofibril
_g_ 6. I band
_m_ 7. A band
_J_ 8. Z disc
_k_ 9. H zone
_c_ 10. sar
Goal for workout: build muscle capacity and endurance.
Wednesday Workout: Endurance-
building- 3 reps of 10
of arm weight
lifting using 10
-Jog one lap
Cardiovascular Unit Review
1. Plasma makes up _55_% of blood. Blood is a type of _connective_ tissue.
2. Describe the major constituents of plasma below:
90% water; contains salts for electrolytes; proteins for clotti
Imperialism of Congo
Motives for Imperialism
Ivory, Palm oil- a lubricant, and Rubber (most important)
Social Darwinism - only the strongest nations survive and only the strongest
nations have colonies in Africa
Need to con
Hello students! I am Niels Bohr. I was born in Copenhagen, Denmark on October 7, 1885.
During my lifetime, in the U.S., Ford introduced the assembly line to the world. I started to
develop a simple picture of an atom that is called the Bohr Mod
1. Which of the compounds in part 1 exhibit an odor? Which has no odor?
Magnesium Sulfate (MgSO4 )
Cetyl Alcohol (C16H34O)
Paraffin (C nH 2n+2)
Iron(II) Sulfate (FeSO4)
Botulism Immune Globulin Intravenous (Human)
Types A and B infant botulism
Potential Drug Interactions
Known to interact with 164 other medications. May also react with
vitamins and herbal products. Inform the do
TYPE I vs. TYPE II
Type I occurs when your body produces too little or no
insulin whereas Type II is when your body resists the
effects of insulin.
SO WHAT IS DIABETES?
Diabetes is a condition where the
blood sugar levels are too high due to
This Borrowed Earth Notes
1. When did the environmental disaster occur?
This all started in 1908 when the Chisso electrochemical company built a plant in
Minimata. The plant produced a lot of waste which was dumped in the water. During the
The purpose of this lab was to determine if the amount of salt in an environment would affect the
germination of the beans. An excessive amount of salt in the soil can stunt the growth of crops,
causing farmers to grow less food
USING PROPERTIES OF COMPOUNDS TO DETERMINE BONDING TYPES
Chemical compounds can be classified in a variety of ways based on observable properties.
Some of these properties can be attributed to the bonding between atoms within the compound,