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LABORATORY REPORT QUESTIONS
EXERCISE 1
Microscopy
Name.
Vania Awad
Date .
Laboratory Section .
Score/Grade
PART 1 . Multiple Choice
1 1. The amount of light entering a microscope may be adjusted by regulating the (a) ocular
b) diaphragm (c) fine adjustment knob (d) nosepiece
2. If the ocular on a microscope is marked 10X and the low-power objective is marked 15x,
the total magnification is (a) 50X (b) 25X (c) 150X (d) 1500X
C
3 .
The size of the light beam that passes through a microscope is regulated by the (a) revolv-
ing nosepiece (b) coarse adjustment knob (c) ocular (d) condenser
Parfocal means that (a) the microscope employs only one lens (b) final focusing can be
done only with the fine adjustment knob (c) changing objectives by revolving the nose-
piece will still keep the specimen in focus (d) the highest magnification attainable is
b
1000X
5. Which of these is not true when changing magnification from low power to high power?
(a) the specimen should be centered (b) illumination should be decreased (c) the speci-
men should be in clear focus (d) the high-power objective should be in line with the body
tube
6. The ability of a microscope to distinguish between two points as separate objects is called
(a) parfocal focusing (b) working distance (c) diffraction (d) resolution
PART 2 . Completion
7. The advantage of using immersion oil is that it has special Magnification
properties
that permit the use of a powerful objective in a narrow field of vision.
8.
The uniform circle of light that appears when one looks into the ocular is called the
9. In determining the position (depth) of the colored threads, the
(red,
green/blue, yellow) colored thread was in the middle.
10. If you move your slide to the right, the specimen moves to the .
as you
are viewing it microscopically.
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EXERCISE ONE = Microscopy
(more or less) of the
11. After switching from low power to high power,
specimen will be visible.
12. Microscopic field size
(increases or decreases) with higher
magnifications.
13. The distance between the objectives and the slide is called the
14. A photograph of a specimen taken through a compound light microscope is called a(n)
15. An ocular of 10X used with an objective of 40X gives a total magnification of
X .
PART 3 . Matching
16. Ocular
A. Platform on which slide is placed
17. Stage
Join gummi a B. Mounting for objectives
18. Arm
C. Lens below stage opening
Condenser
who avolume 99 D. Brings specimen into sharp focus
20. Revolving nosepiece
E. Eyepiece
21. Low-power objective
F. An objective usually marked 40X, 43X, or 45X
22. Fine adjustment knob
G. An objective usually marked 10X
23. Diaphragm
H. Angular or curved part of frame
. Coarse adjustment knob
I. Brings specimen into general focus
25. High-power objective
J. Regulates light intensity
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LABORATORY REPORT QUESTIONS
EXERCISE 2
Introduction to the Human Body
Name
Date
Laboratory Section
Score / Grade
PART 1 . Multiple Choice
1 .
The directional term that best describes the eyes in relation to the nose is (a) distal
(b) superficial (c) anterior (d) lateral
2 .
Which does not belong with the others? (a) right pleural cavity (b) pericardial cavity
c) vertebral cavity (d) left pleural cavity
3.
Which plane divides the brain into an anterior and a posterior portion? (a) frontal
(b) median (c) sagittal (d) transverse
4.
The urinary bladder lies in which region? (a) umbilical (b) hypogastric (c) epigastric
d) left iliac
5.
Which is not a characteristic of the anatomical position? (a) the subject is erect (b) the
subject faces the observer (c) the palms face backward (d) the upper limbs are at the
sides
as
6.
The abdominopelvic region that is bordered by all four imaginary lines is the
(a) hypogastric (b) epigastric (c) left hypochondriac (d) umbilical
7.
Which directional term best describes the position of the phalanges with respect to the
carpals? (a) lateral (b) distal (c) anterior (d) proximal
8.
The pancreas is found in which body cavity? (a) abdominal (b) pericardial (c) pelvic
(d) vertebral
9. The anatomical term for the leg is (a) brachial (b) tarsal (c) crural (d) manual
10. In which abdominopelvic region is the spleen located? (a) left lumbar (b) right lumbar
(c) epigastric (d) left hypochondriac
11. Which of the following represents the most complex level of structural organization?
(a) organ (b) cellular (c) tissue (d) chemical
12.
Which body system is concerned with support, protection, leverage, blood-cell produc-
tion, and mineral storage? (a) cardiovascular (b) integumentary (c) skeletal (d) digestive
13.
The skin and structures derived from it, such as nails, hair, sweat glands, and oil glands,
are components of which system? (a) respiratory (b) integumentary (c) muscular
(d) digestive
14. Hormone-producing glands belong to which body system? (a) cardiovascular (b) lym-
phatic and immune (c) endocrine (d) digestive
15. Which body system brings about movement, maintains posture, and produces heat?
(a) skeletal (b) respiratory (c) reproductive (d) muscular
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16. Which abdominopelvic quadrant contains most of the liver? (a) RUQ (b) RLQ (c) LUQ
d) LLQ
17.
The physical and chemical breakdown of food for use by body cells and the elimination
of solid wastes are accomplished by which body system? (a) respiratory (b) urinary
(c) cardiovascular (d) digestive
18. The ability of an organism to detect and respond to environmental changes is called
(a) metabolism (b) differentiation (c) responsiveness (d) respiration
19. In a feedback system, the component that produces a response is the (a) effector
(b) receptor (c) input (d) output
PART 2 . Completion
20. The tibia is
to the fibula.
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21. The ovaries are found in the
body cavity.
22. The upper horizontal line that helps divide the abdominopelvic cavity into nine regions is the
line
23. The anatomical term for the hollow behind the knee is
(b) Isfigsa () rib
24. A plane that divides the stomach into a superior and an inferior portion is a(n)
plane.
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25. The wrist is divided as
to the elbow.
26. The heart is located in the -
cavity within the thoracic cavity.
27. The abdominopelvic region that contains the rectum is the
region.
28. A plane that divides the body into unequal left and right sides is the
plane.
29. The spinal cord is located within the _
cavity.
30. The body system that removes carbon dioxide from body cells, delivers oxygen to body cells, helps
maintain acid-base balance, helps protect against disease, helps regulate body temperature, and
prevents hemorrhage by forming clots is the -
31. The
system.
large intestine.
abdominopelvic quadrant contains the descending colon of the
32. Which body system returns proteins and plasma to the cardiovascular system, transports lipids
from the digestive system to the cardiovascular system, filters blood, protects against disease, and
produces white blood cells?
33. The sum of all chemical processes that occur in the body is called
34. A structure that monitors changes in a controlled condition and sends the information to the con-
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PART 3 . Matching
35. Right hypochondriac region
A. Junction of descending and sigmoid colons
36. Hypogastric region
of large intestine
37. Left iliac region
B. Descending colon of large intestine
38. Right lumbar region
C. Spleen
39. Epigastric region
D. Most of right lobe of liver
40. Left hypochondriac region
E. Appendix
41. Right iliac region
F. Ascending colon of large intestine
42. Umbilical region
G. Middle of transverse colon of large intestine
43. Left lumbar region
H. Adrenal (suprarenal) glands
I. Sigmoid colon of large intestine
PART 4 - Matching
44. Anterior
A. Passes through iliac crests
45. Skull
B. Contains spinal cord
46. Transtubercular line
C. Nearer the midline
47. Armpit
D. Thoracic
48. Umbilical region
E. Cervical
49. Medial
F. Axillary
50. Cranial cavity
G. Contains the heart
51. Anterior surface of knee
H. Cranial
52. Breast
I. Antebrachial
53. Chest
J. Gluteal
54. Buttock
K. Mammary
55.
Superior
L. Sole
56.
Groin
M. Contains navel
57.
Vertebral canal
N. Buccal
58.
Cheek
O. Farther from the attachment of a limb
59. Front of neck
P. Patellar
Distal
Q. Toward the head
61. Pericardial cavity
R. Nearer to or at the front of the body
62. Forearm
S. Oral
Plantar
T. Contains brain
64. Mouth
U. Inguinal

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