SUMMER BIOL 124/125 COURSE INFORMATION AND POLICIES
BIOL 124 and 125 are courses taken in a two semester sequence in Human Anatomy and Physiology.
During the first semester we will cover basic principles of biology and chemistry require
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BIOLOGY 124 - LECTURE & EXAM SCHEDULE: SUMMER 2017
Wednesday May 24
Human Anatomy & Physiology Overview
Matter and Energy, Composition of Matter,
BIOL 125 Spring 2017
Human Anatomy & Physiology
Listed for each laboratory:
Lab Manual Exercise References
Laboratory Manual for Anatomy & Physiology (6th
edition), Elaine N. Marieb and Lori A. Smith, Pearson
Education, Inc., 2017.
The Lymphatic System
Returns fluids that leaked from blood vessels
back to blood.
Consists of three parts:
1. Network of lymphatic vessels
2. Lymph fluid in vessels.
3. Lymph nodes cleanse lymph.
The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels
Blood Vessels: The Vascular System
Vascular system transports blood to the
tissues and back to the heart:
Vessels that carry blood away from the heart:
Arteries and arterioles
Revised Study Guide for Exam #3
Chapter 21 Immune System:
1. Study the characteristics of antibodies, including the anatomy of an antibody.
Antibodies: (immunoglobulins), soluble proteins secreted by B cells (plasma
cells), carried in blood plasma, and c
The Urinary System
Blood: kidneys cleanse blood and adjust its composition, so it has a rich blood supply
Renal arteries deliver about one-fourth (1200 ml) of cardiac output to kidneys each minute
Arterial flow: renal segmental interlobar a
Study Guidelines for Chapter 5 The Integumentary System
1. Which three tissue layers make up the integument?
Epidermis- top layer
Stratified squamous epithelium, keratinized to prevent water loss/ protection, avascular, most cells are
Chapter 27 The Reproductive System Outline
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
1. Gonadsprimary sex organs
Anatomy of the Male Reproductive System
a. Duct system:
2) Ductus (vas) deferens
3. Accessory organs:
Study Guidelines for Chapter 4 Tissues
1. Make a table listing each of the four primary tissue types - epithelial, connective, muscle and nerve
tissue; indicate structure, function, location, and any specialized cells present in each tissue ty
Study Guidelines for Chapter 19
1. Describe the details of the tunica intima, tuninca media, and tunica externa. How does the SNS
influence vasomotor control of blood vessel walls?
Three layers (tunics) in blood vessels:
Study Guidelines for Chapter 17
What are the functions of blood? What are some of the properties of blood?
Blood transports nutrients, wastes, hormones, and body heat.
The only fluid in the human body and it is classified as a connective tissue
Study Guide for Exam #3
Chapter 21 Immune System
1. Study the anatomy of the immunoglobulin (antibody) and understand the
functions of its structures.
2. Know the five classes of immunoglobulins and their functions.
3. Review our discussion of Antigen Pre
Tissues of the Respiratory Tract
1. The nose:
a. Hyaline cartilage
b. Dense irregular connective tissue
c. Olfactory epithelium
2. The respiratory region of the nasal cavity:
a. Lined by epithelium of pseudostratified ciliated columnar ep
Study Guidelines for the Respiratory System
1. Explain the ANATOMICAL designations of the respiratory system. What makes up the upper and lower
respiratory tracts? What is the function of each structure? What type of epithelium can be found lin
Study Guidelines for Chapter 20
1. What is the main function of the lymphatic system? Identify the 3 parts.
Returns fluids that are leaked from the blood vessels back to the blood
Consists of 3 parts:
-Network of lymphatic vessels
CHEMICAL DIGESTION & ABSORPTION REVIEW
1. Chemical Digestion: utilizing enzymes to break down foodstuffs into
2. Absorption: transepithelial transport - materials must pass through epithelial
cells into interstitial fluid
Chan Mi Lee
BIOL 311 - 202
REPORT ON MAPPING EXPERIMENT
Lab Partners: Tiffany Lun
Description of the Mutant Phenotypes
The main purpose of this experiment was to construct a genetic mapping of three X-linked genes in
Drosophila by exami
Study Guide for Exam 3
Synthesis and degradation of glycogen
Know all the enzymes for each pathway.
What is the substrate for glycogen synthase
What is the product of glycogen phosphorylase
10 Photosynthesis: Energy from Sunlight
10.1 What Is Photosynthesis?
10.2 How Does Photosynthesis Convert
Light Energy into Chemical Energy?
10.3 How Is Chemical Energy Used to
10.4 How Hav
Nucleic Acids and the
Origin of Life
4 Nucleic Acids and the Origin of Life
4.1 What Are the Chemical Structures
and Functions of Nucleic Acids?
4.2 How and Where Did the Small
Molecules of Life Originate?
4.3 How Did the Large Molecules of
Energy, Enzymes, and
8 Energy, Enzymes, and Metabolism
8.1 What Physical Principles Underlie
8.2 What Is the Role of ATP in
8.3 What Are Enzymes?
8.4 How Do Enzymes Work?
8.5 How Are
Definitions: nucleic acid: nucleosides: nucleotides : oligonucleotides: polynucleotides: DNA: RNA: and
the bonds that stabilize DNA and RNA: purine: pyrimidine: ATP: GTP: cAMP: replication: transcription:
translation: gene expressio
Made of a common set of chemical components: carbohydrates, fatty
acids, nucleic acids, amino acids
Evolution is the central theme of biology
4 Billion years of life
How did life start, chemical evolution
O2 led to Aerobic Eukaryotkes and Anareboc pr
Chapter 9-Energy Homeostasis
So where does all that food go?
Where food goes.
-CO2 and H2O!
-structural material in growing or regenerating tissue
-glycogen (glucose) or triglycerides for storage
-poop (undigested material, bile pigments, and bacter