Blood Typing Lab
Around 1900, Karl Landsteiner discovered that there are at least found
different kinds of human blood, determined by the presence or
absence of specific antigens (also called agglutinogens) on the surface
of the red blood cel
The Lymphatic System
1. In what areas are lymph nodes clustered? Why is this desirable?
Lymph nodes are spread throughout the body, but primarily cluster in
three areas: the base of the neck (cervical region), near the underarms
Anatomical & Surgical Terms/Definitions
1. Marfan Syndrome: This condition is an inherited disease affecting the bones, joints, and
heart and great vessels. It can cause valves to become leaky and/or the aorta to become
BIO 169 Scavenger Hunt
Instructor: Melissa Gonzales McNeal
Complete each of the following steps, and you will have been introduced to many of the resources available
and useful to you for this course!
Being prepared for the required technology i
EXPERIMENT 5 - FETAL PIG DISSECTION - THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
1. What is the process that is responsible for moving molecules from an area of high
concentration to an area of low concentration?
Diffusion is the net movement down the concentration gradient;