WEEK 1: Introductions
Hi all. My name is Crystal and I currently do not have a major a JSRCC. I received a bachelor of science for
biology and animal science in 2011 and have been working as a veterinary assistant since. However, now I am
Chapter 22 Outline
The Respiratory System
I. Anatomy of the Respiratory System (pp. 864875)
A. Respiration has three meanings: (1) ventilation of the lungs (breathing), (2) exchange of gases
between air and blood and between blood and tissue fluid, and (3
Chapter 18 Outline
The Circulatory System: Blood
I. Introduction (pp. 684641)
A. The fundamental purpose of the circulatory system is to transport substances from place to
place in the body. (p. 684)
1. The circulatory system consists of the heart, blood
Assignments Spring 2017 BIO 142 DL01 Human Anatomy and.
3/17/17, 11:22 PM
Lab Safety Agreement
Lab Safety Agreement_Spring2011_BIO&NAS.doc (47 KB)
The laboratory is an integral component of your science education at J. Sargeant
SC1040: Week 3 Assignment Worksheet
Cell theory states that all life is cellular, and that all cells are created through the division of previously existing cells.
The ability of cells to generate more cells through the process of cell division is t
1. Discuss how to protect yourself from body fluids: such as
saliva and blood?
* You would protect yourself from other body fluids by first
only working with your own body fluid. Second never allow
body fluid to touch your skin. Always wear gloves
Exploring Biodiversity on the ground of the Erwin forest
An experiment was performed to investigate the relationship and differences between
the different biodiversity induces and comparing habitat diversity in the Erwin forest.
Bio 142 DL01
Study case My leg is on fire
"My Leg is on Fire": A Case Study on Spinal and Peripheral Nerve Anatomy
Sarah Mitchell is a 68-year-old female who is normally healthy. However, about five days ago
she began to feel very fatig
TERMINOLOGY/ NOMENCLATURE of the BODY
Monday, January 26, 2015
Anatomical Directional Terms
Anatomical Position - body orientation
1. Anterior (frontal/ventral) front surface of something, belly side of body
Study Guide 3
1. Describe the origin of the earth and how the early environment led to the
beginning of living organisms
i. Simple organic molecules formed to create nucleotides to form DNA and
RNA molecules (building blocks of life). Replicating molecule
1. Define each of the following terms:
Biology the scientific study of life
Kingdom a taxonomic category, the second broadest after domain
Homeostasis the steady-state physiological condition of the body
Eukaryote an organism with eukaryot
Exam 4 review 12/1/14
How does DNA replicate (include 5 to 3)
DNA is copied during DNA REPLICATION, and cells can repair their DNA. Since the two strands of DNA are complementary,
each strand acts as a template for building a new strand in replicati
Study Guide 5
1. State Suttons hypothesis and the evidence for it.
2. Define the following terms and relate them to the life cycle of an organism
a. Alternation of generations A life cycle in which there is both a multicellular diploid form, the
Study Guide 4
Describe the model of the cell membrane
a. The membrane can be represented by a fluid mosaic model, the
membrane is a mosaic of protein molecules bobbing in a fluid bilayer of
b. Phospholipids are the most abundant lipid in
Lab Quiz 4 (5 points total, 1 point/question)
1. How many bacteria cultures will you be testing in the antibiotic lab?
2. How many antibiotics will you be testing in the antibiotic lab?
3. (True or
Ch. 21 Skin and Eye Infections
What is the physical barrier that protects you
from harmful microbes?
21-1 Describe the structure of the skin and mucous membranes and
the ways pathogens can invade the skin.
Laboratory Quiz 1 (5 points total, 1 point/question)
1) When using the microscope and cleaning off oil and dust from the lens or oculars,
what paper is used?
a. Lens paper only
b. Kimwipes only
c. Lens paper and kimwipes
d. None because we never to