Cellular Transport basics
active/passive transport, osmosis, diffusion, isotonic/hypertonic solutions etc..
pubepuller|8 years ago|+2|371 views
Exercise 7: The Integumentary System
#1. The two basic tissues of which the skin is composed are dense irregular connective tissue, which makes up the dermis, and _______, which forms the epidermis. - Stratified Squamous #2. The tou...
Jermarcus_Devonte_Lewis|5 years ago|±0|189 views
determination of protease acitivity
#1. what enzyme is being used in this experiment? - trypsin #2. the purpose of the addition of TCA is to ______________ - precipitate un-reacted substrate (protein). #3. Proteolytic enzymes catalyze...
chemistsquirrel|3 years ago|±0|32 views
Compound Light Microscope Parts (Definitions)
Define key terms for the Microscopy Lab. Includes different types of Microscopes, parts of compound light microscope etc..
Neil|7 years ago|+1|270 views
Anatomy of Blood Vessels
#1. Arteries - carry blood away from the heart #2. veins - drain tissues and return blood to heart #3. Gas exchange takes place - through the capillary walls #4. capillaries - -contact tissue cell...
regan_wike|9 years ago|±0|818 views
The function and location of different tissues
Cassandra_Masters|5 years ago|±0|302 views
A&P Lecture Axial Skelton
#1. Condyle - Rounded process that articulates with another bone #2. Facet - Small Flat Surface #3. Meatus - Tube like passage way through the bone #4. Foramen - Is a opening in a bone (hole) #5. ...
leah_key|7 years ago|±0|174 views
Loyola Biology 111 Fungi
#1. Saprotrophs - an organism that feeds on or nourishes from decaying organic matter #2. zygosporangium - consists of a diploid zygote surrounded by a thick protective wall, which forms during se...
egottschalk|3 years ago|±0|121 views
Abbreviation Quiz #1
#1. ____ a - before #2. C - degrees in Centigrade #3. F - degrees in Fahrenheit #4. Abd - abdomen #5. ABG - arterial blood gas #6. ac - before meals #7. ad lib - freely as desired #8. A...
Alikaht|4 years ago|±0|14 views
Exercise 13 Study Set
#1. What are the 2 functions of the joints (articulations)? - 1) Hold the bones together 2) Allow the rigid skeletal system some flexibility so that gross body movements can occur #2. Joints to the l...
cg3094|8 years ago|±0|249 views