Neuron Lab Write-Up
In this experiment we measured whether or not male athletes react faster than female
athletes and if the back of the hand is more sensitive than the palm of the hand. We hypothesized
that male athletes rea
In every minute of our lives, we have to put out a certain amount of blood from our heart, our pumper. The amount we pump out is
the cardiac output at 5040ml. If this is what we have to put out every minute, we want t
Name: Jamie Broussard
Exercise 8: Chemical and Physical Processes of Digestion: Activity 2: Exploring Amylase Substrate Specificity Lab Report
Pre-lab Quiz Results
You scored 60% by answering 3 out of 5 questions correctly.
1. Which of the following is tr
What does a positive starch test look like?
What are the reagents needed for the starch and Benedicts tests?
Iodine for the starch test and Benedicts reagent for Benedicts test.
What does each test look for?
Benedicts test for the presen
Name: Jamie Broussard
Exercise 8: Chemical and Physical Processes of Digestion: Activity 1: Assessing Starch Digestion by Salivary Amylase Lab
Pre-lab Quiz Results
You scored 83% by answering 5 out of 6 questions correctly.
1. The substrate for amy
Cells and Molecules
o Know the difference between compound, dissecting, and electron microscope
o Know the difference between magnification and resolution
o Know the parts of a microscope
o Know the difference between polar and nonpolar molecul
Know the 3 laws of Mendelian genetics
Understand how to use a punnet square
Know the difference between P, F1, and F2 generations
F1 is the offspring of the P generation. F2 is the offspring of crossing 2 offspring from the F1
3 muscle types: skeletal, smooth (intestine), and cardiac (heart). Muscle must be affixed to something stationary so when the
muscle shortens, its pulling on something, so you can get some movement.
For a tissue to be a MUSCLE tissue, it m
The endocrine system is a controlled system and works with the NS (sister systems). Messages will be given by a way of a
hormone. When the hormone works, it may take a while to be effective and it may last for long periods of time, especia
Anatomy of the Urinary System
Anatomy of the Reproductive System
Go over Urinary and Reproductive Anatomy on models.
Go over parts and function of the nephron.
Discuss egg and sperm formation.
Do AIDS Transmission Simulation
The endocrine system is the nervous systems sister; instead of sending electrochemical
messages (through action or local potential), it sends chemical hormones
If we want different forms of energy to be sent, they must be
Chapter 17: The Endocrine System
Consider the entire chapter on the endocrine system. Emphasize: methods of
action of hormones (cAMP, gene activated), methods of control of hormone
levels, hormone chemistry, relationship between hypotha
Chapter 22: The Respiratory System
Histology and anatomy of system parts, inspiration and expiration, air as a
mixture of gases, partial pressures, respiratory membrane, pulmonary
circulation, gas exchange in tissues, Bohr effect, contr
Chapter 2: The Chemistry of Life
This chapter deals with basic chemistry. Review and concentrate on the
following: elements, bonds, ions, chemical reactions (synthesis,
decomposition, exchange, reversible, hydrolysis, dehydration synthe
Chapter 6: The Integumentary System
We do not cover much in this chapter. You should be prepared to understand
how skin is an organ, what the functions of skin are, identify the layer of the
epidermis (stratum basalis, s. spinosum, s. g
Chapter 1: Major Themes of Anatomy and Physiology
You are expected to read the entire chapter. Most of the information should
be a review from Biology 110. Concentrate on the section dealing with
homeostasis, negative and positive feedb
Chapter 4: Genetics & Cellular Function
Emphasize DNA and RNA structure and function, and protein synthesis.
Consult Chapter 26 (page 1014) for more information on cellular metabolism.
Structure & Function
DNA = deoxyribonucleic aci
Test #4 on Digestion and Respiration.
Ex. 29 Blood cells; Ex. 33 Activity 5
1. Exam #4 during the first hour of lab.
2. Look at blood cells on flex cam. Go over characteristics and functions of each
type of cell.
3. Do blood pressure measurements. Ex. 33
Biology 220 (exam 02) : Class 12 - 02-10-10
What are the different types of muscles?
Describe the morphology / characteristics
of a skeletal muscle cell:
What is the prefix sarco used for?
What 5 capabilities must a cell have to
qualify as a muscle cell
37. Which of the following ls considered an accessory organ In the digestive system?
a) pharynx b) esophagus c) stomach d) pancreas
38. In the body, glucose is stored in the liver as
a) starch b) protein c) glycogen d) glucagons e) amino acids
Maeve Brennan BIOL 220
Extra Credit Assignment 1:
Take BP three times over a period of time and take an average. Explain just what
BP is-what does it mean etc.-elaborate. This reading should be taken after a
period of rest.
- llSrSl, 117f82, and 120f81 mm
Questions SI Session 4 Test 4
MULTIPLE CHOICEIFILL IN BLANK
1. The ischemic phase of the uterus results from
a. Rising progesterone levels
b. Falling progesterone levels
c. Stimulation by oxytocin
d. Stimulation by prostaglandins
e. Stimulation by estroge
Atrial ventricular septum between atria and ventricles
Ventricles ) lung/aorta
Superior vena cava
Coronary sinus picks up blood from heart tissue and
Sac around them (called the epicardium)
Visceral pericardium serous membrane (makes watery fl
These valves are particularly affected by the streptococcus bacteria
Blood that comes and is dirty -) r. atrium, r. ventricle, (pulmonary trunk to go to lungs, l. atrium,
l. ventricle, out to body
Conduction pathway (neither cardiac or neu
Biology 220 (exam 04) : Class 35 (1 class of exam o4 - Monday 04-19-10
( 1) The heart is essentially a which 1. pump l cardiovascular system
drives the system in our body? (2) It 2. pericardial sac (consisting of the
Exam 2 Lecture Notes
o The 3 kinds of muscle are skeletal, smooth and cardiac
o All muscle, no matter what kind it is, has to be able to demonstrate 5 abilities:
Extendibility extend or lengthen
1. Transcription involves:
a. transferring information from the mRNA to tRNA
b. codon binding with anticodons
c. joining amino acids by peptide bonds
d. copying information contained in the DNA to the mRNA
e. synthesizing the protein on the ribosome
Feb. 15 & 20 2013
Chapter 11 the Muscular Tissue
Three types of muscles
1. smooth has no striations; has small myocytes which allow control of tissue and
organs of a single hair; iris of the eye etc.; can be autonomic
2. skeletal voluntary
Brains, Meninges, CSF and Functional Areas
Gross Anatomy of the Brain and Cranial Nerves.
Read all the information in the lab manual and answer your pre-lab questions before you come to
- We have a video about the brain dissection that would be very
Anatomy of the Heart Video; Review Blood Analysis
Go over parts of the heart listed on handout. Anatomy of the heart
Trace flow of blood thru the heart and body and back.
Watch video on the heart and circulation. See the lab videos in maste