Heart Labs #30 and 31
Handouts on Back Table
1) Lab 30, Act. 1-3: See lab handout.
Act. 4: Microscopic anatomy
2) Sheep Heart Dissection: We will perform
3) Lab 31: Electrocardiogram pp. 457-460.
InteractivePhysiology on Cardiac Action
Blood Vessel List (Lab 32)
The # refers to the tag on the tree models.
*indicate blood vessels that may be on the BV quiz, CV lab exam, and the pre-lab 32 assignment.
All others will only be on the BV quiz on Mastering.
Must be able to identify the follow
Ch 25 Urinary System
I. Main Jobs
Purify the blood: 200 liters / day is filtered
Maintain fluid volume and electrolyte balance
Endocrine: renin (blood pressure & kidney function),
erythropoeitin (RBC production)
Gluconeogenesis during prolon
Chap 17 Blood
Functions of the Blood:
Distribute substances: Gases, nutrients, waists, hormones
Regulate Temperature: pH and fluid vol.
o pH of 7.35-7.45
o Fluid Volume: 8%
Protection: Blood loss & Infection
Connective tissue composed of
1. The _ is the fluid portion of blood?
a. Answer: Plasmic
i. Hemoglobin- the protein that makes red blood cells, binds easily and
reversibly with oxygen & most oxygen carried in blood is bound to
ii. Hematocrit- erythrocytes normal constitute
Chapter 15: The Special Senses
Identify the anatomy of the eye and the accessory anatomical structures of the eye.
Identify the extrinsic eye muscles and their actions. (Refer to chart)
bodys sensory receptors are in eye
o Half of cerebral cortex
Anatomy and Physiology Lecture
Less common than chemical synapses
Neurons are electrically coupled
o Joined by gap junctions that connect cytoplasm of adjacent neurons
Communication is very rapid and may be unidirectional or