Anatomy & Physiology II Homework Questions (Ch 21-23)
#1. Compared to arteries, veins.... - have thinner walls #2. Arrange the structures in the following list in the order that blood will encounter as it flows from the output to the input side of the c...
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Organic Molecule Lab Tests
#1. What does Benedict's test for? - Tests for simple sugars #2. When your are using Benedict's test, what is the process to see if sugar is present? - place 10-20 drops of the Benedict's into your ...
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Lab 2: Histology
#1. Adipose Tissue #2. Areolar Connective Tissue #3. Blood Tissue #4. Cardiac Muscle Tissue #5. Ciliated Pseudostratified Columnar Epithelium #6. Compact Osseous Tissue #7. Dense Fibrous Connective Ti...
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A&P Lab II Homework IV Questions
#1. The _______ ________ lacks arteries and begins with blind-ended lymph capillaries. This it is a return system only. - lymphatic system #2. Right Lymphatic Duct - drains right half and upper tors...
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A&P Lab II Homework II Questions
#1. Leukocytosis - elevated WBC count #2. Leukocytopenia - decreased WBC count #3. Neutrophilia - elevated neutrophil count #4. Thrombocytopenia - decreased platelet count #5. Leukemia - malignan...
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Names and actions of anterior muscles for Nick Sagan's A&P I class @ Kirkwood Community College.
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The Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves
#1. Spinal Cord - -extends from the foramen magnum of the skull to the first or second lumbar vertebra #2. Conus Medullaris - cone-shaped lower end of the spinal cord #3. The cord is cushioned and p...
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A&P Lab II Homework III Questions
#1. The heart is in relaxation (diastole) ___________________________. - immediately before the P wave #2. Right Atrium - -receives blood from the body through vena cava #3. Left Atrium - -received...
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Anatomy & Physiology I Chapter 4
#1. Cell - functional and structural unit of all living things *all cells must carry out certain functions to sustain life #2. 3 main parts of a cell - 1.Nucleus 2.Plasma Membrane 3.Cytoplasm #3. Nu...
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Identifying the various types of muscle, epithelial, cardiac, and nervous tissue
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Anatomy & Physiology Lab 1: The Axial Skeleton
#1. Three parts of the Axial skeleton - 1.The Skull 2.The Vertebral Column 3.The Thoracic Cage #2. Cranial Bones - -encloses and protects the fragile brain tissue #3. Facial Bones - -supports the e...
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Anatomy & Physiology I Chapter 2
#1. Cell - the building block of all living things #2. What are the four tissue types? - 1.Epithelial 2.Muscular 3.Nervous 4.Connective #3. Tissue - A group of cells that are similar in structure a...
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A&P II Homework V Questions
#1. Sperm are moved along the ductus deferens by... - peristaltic contractions #2. The organ that monitors and adjusts the composition of tubular fluid, recycles damaged spermatozoa, and is the sit...
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