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1

Given a frontal view of a human torso, identify the Ventral Cavities

-Pleural Cavity (Thoratic Cavity)
-Pericardial Cavity
-Abdominal Cavity (Pelvic Cavity)
-Mediastium
-Diaphragm

2

Identify Parts of a Microscope (pg29)

-Ocular Lens
-Objective Lens
-Arm
-Stage
-Iris diaphragm
-Coarse Adjustment Knobs
- Fine Adjustment Knobs
-Lamp
-Condenser (Focus Light)

3

Identify the parts of an Animal Cell (pg42)

-Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)
-Golgi Apparatus
-Mitochondria
-Cell Membrane
-Secretory Vesicle

4

Identify RBC's

-Isotonic normal cell
-Hypertonic crenated, shruken with rough surface
-Hypotonic expanded, bloated

5

Levels of Organization lowest to highest

-Cellular
-Tissue
-Organ
-Organ system
-Organism

6

Identify the planes of the body

-Sagittal Plane: divides the body into left and right parts
-Frontal Plane: divides the body into anterior and posterior parts
-Transverse Plane: divides the body into superior (upper) and inferior (lower) parts

7

Best way to adjust light in Microscope

use the Iris Diaphragm

8

Relationship between the magnification of the objective and the light intensity and field of view and the working distance

Light intensity decreases as i goes from low power to high power

9

What term is used to describe the movement of dye through a plate of solid agar

Diffusion

10

Carpus

Wrist

11

Function of the cell membrane

selectively permeable barrier

12

Function of Cytoplasm

fluid part of cell that supports and moves substances in the cell

13

Function of Ribosomes

protein synthesis

14

Preliminary Focusing should be what power

Low

15

How do Objects appear under microscope

Upside down and reversed

16

The solutes outside the cell exceed whats inside the cell is called

Hypertonic

17

The solutes outside the cell are equal to whats inside the cell is called

Isotonic

18

The solutes outside the cell are less than whats inside the cell is called

Hypotonic

19

Which transport processes require carrier proteins

active transport and facilitated diffusion

20

Directional terms to describe location of body parts (pg4)

Eg. Lungs are lateral to the Heart
Hand is Distal to the Torso

21

What effect does the loss of the nucleus have on the mature RBC

Can not divide, make proteins, or carry out Mitosis

22

What is an Organelle

Specialized cellular compartments that carry out a variety of functions

23

Label a Drawing of a duplicated chromosome

-Chromatide
-Centromere
-Chromosome

24

What is Diffusion

going form an area of greater concentration to an area of lower concentration
Passive transport across a membrane

25

What is Osmotic Pressure

the force necessary to stop the slow of water across a membrane

26

What is Active Transport

Movement across a membrane that requires energy (ATP)

27

What is Facilitated Diffusion

Carrier proteins transport molecules across a membrane that are too large to fit though by themselves. DOES NOT require energy

28

What is Vesicular Transport

Transport into or out of a cell through the vesicles .
Requires Energy

29

What is the Function of Peroxisomes

metabolize fatty acids, detox cellular chemicals

30

What is the Function of Mitochondria

Produces Energy