Case Study 8
4. Because of the severity of gonorrhea infections in newborns what preventative
procedure is given to all newborn infants i the United States?
5. According to the graph (Antibiotic Resistance and N. gonorrhoeae) on page 757 in your
I you are allergic to latex, please contact Ms; labs and theyr will send you vinyl
Please note that the times listed are approximations and may di'er. Please read through the
procedure and plan accordingly.
Note: All Assignments associated with this lab
If we agree that enzymes are essential for
cells to conduct metabolism at a rate that
will sustain life, we can see that we can kill
bacterial cells or halt their growth by the
destruction of their enzymes or interfering
with enzyme acti
Role of ATP
Metabolism includes all of a
Metabolism involves ENERGY.
Through photosynthesis (plants, algae,
Through cell respiration or fe
Cellular Respiration: Energy
Transfer in Cells
Chapter 11 / Lesson 1 Transcript
Introduction to Enzyme
Structure and Function
Metabolism includes all of a
All chemical reactions require
ACTIVATION ENERGY (Energy
that must be present to start the
Progress of the Reaction ->
Bacterial Fermentation Process &
Chapter 3 / Lesson 15 Transcript
Small (1 micron or less)
Single chromosome (circular
strand of DNA)
Procaryotic: no nuclear
membrane surrounding its DNA
Assexual reproduction by binary
fission (simply duplicating its
DNA and splittin
Healing and Treatments
Normal Defenses in the Body
The body has three lines of defense. The first line of defense is our skin
and mucous membranes. The second line of defense includes phagocytosis
and inflammation. The third line of the defense is the imm
Biology 112: Homework Assignment Answers and Test prep
Chapter 1&2 Homework Assignment answer:
#1. Members of the Kingdom Animalia can obtain their food by eating other organisms
#2. Which of the following statements about the domain Bacteria is true?. al
Chapter 3 Study Guide
1. Cell- structural and functional unit of life
2. Plasma membrane, cytoplasm & nucleus
a. Plasma membrane: flexible outer boundary
b. Cytoplasm: intracellular fluid containing organelles
c. Nucleus: control center
Chapter 8: Joints Review Questions
Name: Audrey Shelton
1. Define joint or articulation.
a. Site where two or more bones meet
2. Classify joints by structure and function.
i. Synarthroses: immovable joints
ii. Amphiarthroses: slightly movabl
26. Physiologic muscle fatigue occurs when ATP production fails to keep pace with
ATP use even though the muscle still recieves stimulus.
27. Red muscles have a slow speed of action and endurance while white muscles
have a fast speed of action and enduran
44. Hydrocephaly refers to a blockage of the normal circulation and drainage of
cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) throughout the meninges and ventricles. If CSF is allowed
to accumulate, excessive pressure could be exerted on the brain. In newborns, the
Chapter 6 and Chapter 8 Skeletal System Review
Name Audrey Shelton
Chapter 6 SHORT ANSWER.
Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.
Blood cell formation is called hematopoeisis
A bone embedd
Chapter 6 Review Questions
1. Functional properties of the three types of cartilage tissue.
a. Hyaline cartilage
i. Provides support, flexibility & resilience
ii. Collagen fibers only; most abundant type
iii. Articular, costal, respiratory,
1. The walls of the abdominal cavity are formed only by trunk muscles and are
not reinforced by bone
2. Brachial- arm (left side)
3. Pleurisy is the swelling of the thin layers of tissue covering the lungs and
chest wall, anti-inflammatory drugs would red
Chapter 4: Tissue Review Guide
a. Covering and lining epithelia on external and internal surfaces
b. Glandular epithelia: secretory tissue in glands
c. Functions: protection, absorption, filtration, excretion, secretion, sensor
Chapter 5 Review Guide
1. Epidermis and dermis.
a. Epidermis: epithelial tissue
i. Stratum basale: cell division to produce new keratinocytes
ii. Stratum spinosum: prevents molecules from passing into and
going out of the skin
BIO 137 Quiz12
Chapter 6 Bones and Skeletal Tissue
Using Figure 6.1, match the numbered bones with their type.
_B_ 1) Bone 1.
_E_ 2) Bone 2.
_B_ 3) Bone 3.
_A_ 4) Bone 4.
_D_ 5) Bone
Which form of calcium most affects your normal body function? Is it A) calcium bound to blood proteins or B) free
calcium in blood?
The answer is B) Free calcium in blood. The calcium ions that travel freely through the blood, called free calci
BIO 137 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYCASE STUDY #4
NAME_ SECTION _
Going Under the Knife: A Case on Membrane Structure and Function
Twenty-year-old Kevin groaned and clutched his abdomen as he lay on the emergency room gurney. He had just
been diagnosed with acu
CASE STUDY 5: The Mysterious Episodes of Mary: A Case Study on Neuroanatomy
Mary Lazarro, a 44-year-old mother of two, made an appointment with her physician after experiencing a prolonged
episode of numbness in her chin and lower lip. Two days
Introduction to Microscope Lab Activity
Worksheet and Photos
Fill in the total magnification for each of the objective magnification
Lab 3: Kitchen Countertop Chemistry Chemical Change, Radioisotopes, and Lipids
(Attach photos to the last sheet)
Enter the data and mark the graphs on Word and resubmit it as part of the assignment.
45 M & Ms
90 M & Ms
Metabolism - biochemical reactions inside cells involving nutrients
Two types of reactions
Anabolism - synthesis of large molecules from small ones
Ex. Amino acids proteins
Catabolism - hydrolysis of complex structures to simpler ones
Dangerously Thin: A Case Study on the Genetic Code
At 65 years old, Henry Blake was in excellent health and enjoying his first year of retirement. Upon returning
from his dream trip to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, he noticed that his left leg was
Look Out Below: A Case Study on Bone Tissue Structure and Repair
Mrs. Debbie Morgan is a 45-year-old female who works as a stocking clerk for a local home improvement store. While she was at
work today a large box of metal rivets fell from a 20-ft.-high o
BIO 137 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYCASE STUDY #3
NAME_ SECTION _
Overheated: A Case Study on Skeletal Muscle Physiology
Time to scrub in, says Dr. Hodges. The appendectomy you are about to observe is your second surgical case in surgical
technician school. The