1. Draw a diagram of blood circulation and name all the types of blood vessels that blood goes
through on the way from the heart to tissues and back to the heart.
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2. Describe th
Development and inheritance
Fertilization. Sperm activation. How polyspermy is prevented. Monozygotic and dizygotic twins.
Early embryonic development. Zygote divisions. Blastocyst. Morula. Implantation.
Amnion. Trophoblast. Extraembryonic tissues.
ECG lab report
Name: _Brianna Diaz_
Subject: Male/Female Age: female/ 23_
Height: _54_ Weight: _120_
PART A - Heart Rate
Complete the following tables with the lesson data indicated, and calculate the mean* as appropriate.
Respiratory system topics, for review only. Answer the questions below. .
1. List the organs of the respiratory system and briefly describe their functions.
2. What do the respiratory and cardiovascular systems have in common?
1. List all functions of the skin.
Vitamin D synthesis
2. Name two main layers of the skin and specify the tissue
Watch the following videos by Paul Krieger. He explains the techniques that will help students studying
anatomy using an example of bone lab.
List and brief
DEM Bones Forensic Analysis Investigation Report for Victim
Purpose of investigation (communication)
The objective of our teams investigation was to determine the sex of our assigned
victim D. To determine the sex, what was needed to determine our answ
1. What is the difference between somatosensations and special senses?
Somatosensation= touch, tempo, body and pain
Special senses = smell, taste, vision, hearing
2. What are visceral sensations? Give examples.
Provide info about condi
1. List the cerebral meninges in order from superficial to deep.
2. Describe histological differences between white and gray matter. Where is each one located in
White- has myelin made out of fibers
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Objective: To look at the distribution of speeds in a container of an ideal gas.
Part 1: Qualitative Introduction
1. Look at the periodic table and view the noble gases. Keep the perio
Investigating the Motion of a Hot Rod Pull Back Car
Objective: Analyze the relationship between acceleration and mass of an object undergoing onedimensional motion and determine the relationship between speed and time of the hot rod
Objective: To learn about the factors that affects the force of buoyancy on an object in a fluid.
Part 1: Force Buoyancy vs. Acceleration Due to Gravity
1. Open the program and set the fluid to gasoli
Objective: To see if surface tension will allow you to float a piece of steel on the water.
Double-edge razor blade
1. Fill the cup with water.
2. Place the razor blade slowly onto the
Heat of Fusion of Ice
Objective: Find out how much energy is needed to melt one gram of ice by measuring the heat
lost by a known quantity of warm water when ice is placed in the water and melted.
100mL graduate cylinder (1)
200mL water (1)
g! How Fast Can You React?
Objective: Find your reaction time, using g.
1. Measure your reaction time by having a peer hold a metric ruler vertically between your
index finger and thumb. Also, calculate the metric rulers
Widest Point in Rosetta - Table
Plants 1-5 Wildtype
Plants 6-10 Mutant
Plants 1-5 Wildtype
Prompt #2: Feedback mechanisms are used by organisms to maintain the steady-state
physiological conditions known as homeostasis. Explain how feedback mechanisms maintain
homeostasis for each of the following
Prompt #1: Discuss one example for the following contributions: the nonconstancy of
species, branching evolution, occurrence of gradual changes in species, and natural selection as
the mechanism of evolution
Prompt #3: describe the following reactions of plants to light, including underlying
mechanisms: phtototropism, photoperiodism in flowering plants and budding, and seed
Since plants are anchore
Prompt #5: invasive species introduced in an ecosystem often threaten native plants and
animals. Describe three different factors that contribute to the success of invasive species in an
ecosystem. Discuss t
Prompt #4: Describe the physical ad biochemical events associated with muscle
Muscles are a crucial part of everyday life. Smooth muscle and cardiac muscle work
involuntary because we do not con
Prompt #3: A triploblastic animal is one in which three germ layers form during
embryonic development. Triploblastic animals include acoelomate, pseudocoelomate, and
coelomate organisms. Identify the three ge
Prompt #1: Cephalization and the development of a brain were important steps in
animal evolution. Discuss the evolutionary origin and adaptive significance of cephalization in
animal phyla. Describe the deve
Prompt #4: Organisms rarely exist alone in the natural environment. The following are
examples of symbiotic relationships: plant root nodules, digestion of cellulose, epiphytic plants,
and AIDS. For each of
Prompt #1: Describe the biochemical pathways of the light dependent and light
independent reactions of photosynthesis. Begin with a molecule of H2O and end with a
molecule of glucose.
Photosynthesis is the
Prompt #3: Many organisms require a continuous source of oxygen for respiration.
Discuss important structural and physiological adaptations for oxygen uptake in the following: a
paramecium, a fish, a bird, a
Chapter 17 From Gene to Protein
17.1 Genes specify proteins via transcription and translation
I. Evidence from the study of metabolic defects
A. Garrod first to suggest that genes dictated phenotypes via
a. Hypothesized that the symptom
Chapter 1 : Exploring Life (Textbook)
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d1.1 HOW IS LIFE ORGANIZED? HUH?
Organization of living things (in order)
o Atomic level how the atoms make up molecules
o Molecular level how the molecules make up organelles
o Organelle level a singl