Identify The Bands And Lines Of The Striations Of A Tem Of Relaxed Sarcomeres

Provide the labels for the electron micrograph in figure 18.5. Figure 18.5 Identify the bands and lines of the striations in this transmission electron micrograph of relaxed sarcomeres (8,400x). Figure 18.5 Identify the bands and lines of the striations in this transmission electron micrograph of relaxed sarcomeres (8,400x). _of a muscle is usually attached to a fixed part. _of a muscle is usually attached to a movable part. 3. The forearm is flexed at the elbow when the_muscle contracts. 4. A...

Procedure B The Thoracic Cage

Thoracic Cage Labeling

Review a textbook section on the thoracic cage. 2. As a review activity, label figures 14.5 and 14.6. 3. Examine the thoracic cage of the human skeleton and locate the following bones and features anterior sternal end facets true ribs false ribs floating ribs costal cartilages sternum sternal notch clavicular notch manubrium body 4. Complete Parts C and D of the laboratory report. Figure 14.3 Label the features of the a cervical, b thoracic, and c lumbar vertebrae. Figure 14.3 Label the...

Diagram Of Composite Cell

Figure Animal Cell Source Label

Review a textbook section on a composite cell. 2. Observe the animal cell model and identify its major parts. 3. As a review activity, label figure 4.1 and study figure 4.2. 4. Complete Part A of Laboratory Report 4. 5. Prepare a wet mount of cells lining the inside of the cheek. To do this, follow these steps a. Gently scrape force is not necessary and should be avoided the inner lining of your cheek with the broad end of a flat toothpick. b. Stir the toothpick in a drop of water on a clean...

Hermaphrodite Parts Pictures On Humans

Pictures Plantar Flexion Infant

Review a textbook section on reflex arcs. 2. As a review activity, label figure 28.1. 3. Complete Part A of Laboratory Report 28. 4. Work with a laboratory partner to demonstrate each of the reflexes listed. See fig. 28.2 also. It is important that muscles involved in the reflexes be totally relaxed in order to observe proper responses. After each demonstration, record your observations in the table provided in Part B of the laboratory report. a. Knee-jerk reflex patellar reflex . Have your...

Pulse Rate and Blood Pressure

The maximum pressure achieved during ventricular contraction is called_pressure. 2. The lowest pressure that remains in the arterial system during ventricular relaxation is called _pressure. 3. The pulse rate is equal to the_rate. 4. A pulse that feels full and is not easily compressed is produced by an elevated_. 5. The instrument commonly used to measure systemic arterial blood pressure is called a 6. Blood pressure is expressed in units of_. 7. The upper number of the fraction used to...

Cerebrum Sheep Dissection

Kangaroo Muscular Anatomy

O bserve a sheep brain from a coronal section. Note the longitudinal fissure, gray matter, white matter, corpus callosum, lateral ventricles, third ventricle, and thalamus. 10. Dispose of the sheep brain as directed by the laboratory instructor. 11. Complete Parts A and B of Laboratory Report 30. Figure 30.3 Lateral surface of the sheep brain. Figure 30.3 Lateral surface of the sheep brain. Figure 30.4 Ventral surface of the sheep brain. Longitudinal fissure Trigeminal nerve Facial nerve...

Procedure B The Arterial System

Arteriogram Femoral Artery Labeling

Review a textbook section on the arterial system. 2. As a review activity, label figures 46.2, 46.3, 46.4, and 46.5. 3. Locate the following arteries of the systemic circuit on the charts and torso aortic arch arch of the aorta thoracic aorta abdominal aorta branches of the aorta coronary arteries brachiocephalic artery left common carotid artery left subclavian artery celiac artery gastric artery Figure 46.1 Label the major blood vessels associated with the pulmonary and systemic circuits....

Major Arteries and Veins

Femoral Vein Part The Pulmonary Veins

Match the arteries in column A with the regions supplied in column B. Place the letter of your choice in the space provided. external carotid inferior mesenteric upper digestive tract, spleen, and liver Provide the name of the missing artery in each of the following sequences 1. brachiocephalic artery,_, right axillary artery 2. ascending aorta,_, thoracic aorta 3. abdominal aorta,_, ascending colon 4. brachiocephalic artery,_, right external carotid artery 5. axillary artery,_, radial artery...

Neurolemmocyte On Skeletal Muscle Model

Label Skeletal Muscle Fiber

Review a textbook section on skeletal muscle tissue. 2. Reexamine the microscopic structure of skeletal muscle by observing a prepared microscope slide of this tissue. Use figure 18.1 of skeletal muscle tissue to locate the following features striations alternating light and dark 3. Review a textbook section on structure of a skeletal muscle. 4. Study figures 18.2 and 18.3. 5. Examine the torso and locate examples of fascia, tendons, and aponeuroses. Locate examples of tendons in your own...

Endocrine System Anatomy And Physiology

Thymus Gland Anatomy

Review textbook sections on the pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid glands, adrenal glands, pancreas, and other endocrine glands. 2. As a review activity, label figures 37.1, 37.2, 37.3, 37.4, 37.5, and 37.6. 3. Complete Part A of Laboratory Report 37. 4. Examine the human torso and locate the following pituitary stalk infundibulum pituitary gland thyroid gland parathyroid glands adrenal glands adrenal medulla adrenal cortex pancreas pineal gland thymus gland ovaries testes Figure...

Procedure A External Features

Internal Nares Anatomy

Fetal pigs usually are embalmed with a mixture of propylene glycol, formaldehyde, and phenol, which prevents microorganisms from causing the tissues to decompose. However, because fumes from this embalming fluid may be annoying and may irritate skin, be sure to work in a well-ventilated room and wear disposable gloves to protect your hands. If your fetal pig has an incision in the neck, it marks the location where colored latex was injected into the blood vessels. Rinse the pig off before...

Locate And Name The Largest Foramen In The Skeleton

Posterior Skeleton Pelvic Girdle

Review textbook sections on the axial skeleton and the appendicular skeleton. 2. As a review activity, label figure 12.1. 3. Examine the human skeleton and locate the following parts. Palpate as many of the corresponding bones in your own skeleton as possible. cranial bones facial bones hyoid bone vertebral column vertebrae intervertebral disks sacrum coccyx thoracic cage ribs pectoral girdle scapulae clavicles upper limbs humerus radius ulna carpals metacarpals phalanges pelvic girdle...

Anterior Forearm Superficial Muscle

Forearm Anterior Superficial

Review textbook sections on muscles that move the pectoral girdle, muscles that move the arm, muscles that move the forearm, and muscles that move the hand. 2. As a review activity, label figures 21.1, 21.2, 21.3, and 21.4. 3. Locate the following muscles in the torso and models of the upper limb. Also, locate in your own body as many of the muscles as you can. muscles that move the pectoral girdle serratus anterior pectoralis minor muscles that move the arm coracobrachialis pectoralis major...

Sketch The Millimeter Scale As It Appears Under The Scanning Ob

Hypothalamospinal Tract

Sketch the millimeter scale as it appears under the scanning objective magnification. The circle represents the field of view through the microscope. 2. What is the diameter of the scanning field of view in millimeters _ 3. Microscopic objects often are measured in micrometers. A micrometer equals 1 1000 of a millimeter and is symbolized by im. What is the diameter of the scanning power field of view in micrometers _ 4. If a circular object or specimen extends halfway across the scanning...

Does Air Molecules Escape From A Punctured Tire

What was the change in the level of molasses in 10 minutes _ 2. What was the change in the level of molasses in 30 minutes _ 3. How do you explain this change _ Indicate which of the following involves osmosis by answering yes or no. 1. A fresh potato is peeled, weighed, and soaked in a strong salt solution. The next day it is discovered that the potato has lost weight._ 2. Garden grass wilts after being exposed to dry chemical fertilizer._ 3. Air molecules escape from a punctured tire as a...

Procedure Bhearing Tests

Rinnes And Weber Test

Perform the following tests in a quiet room, using your laboratory partner as the test subject. 1. Auditory acuity test. To conduct this test, follow a. Have the test subject sit with eyes closed. b. Pack one of the subject's ears with cotton. c. Hold a ticking watch close to the open ear and slowly move it straight out and away from the ear. d. Have the subject indicate when the sound of the ticking can no longer be heard. e. Use a meter stick to measure the distance in centimeters from the...

Oral Cavity Of Fetal

Liver Lobes Fetal Pig

Place the fetal pig in the dissecting tray on its left side. 2. Locate the major salivary glands on one side of the head. To do this, follow these steps a. Clear away any remaining fascia and other connective tissue from the region below the ear and near the joint of the mandible. b. Identify the parotid gland, a relatively large triangular mass of glandular tissue just below the ear. Although this gland covers a large area, it is poorly developed in the fetal stage of development. c. Look...

Membranes and cavities

Body Cavities Label

Parietal pericardium covered by fibrous pericardium Figure 2.1 Label the major body cavities. Figure 2.1 Label the major body cavities. Figure 2.2 Label the smaller cavities and sinuses within the head. Figure 2.2 Label the smaller cavities and sinuses within the head. Figure 2.3 Label the thoracic membranes and cavities in a and the abdominopelvic membranes and cavity in b as shown in these superior views of transverse sections. Figure 2.3 Label the thoracic membranes and cavities in a and the...

Procedure C The Venous System

Venous System Shoulder

Review a textbook section on the venous system. 2. As a review activity, label figures 46.6, 46.7, 46.8, 46.9, and 46.10. 3. Locate the following veins of the systemic circuit on the charts and the torso external jugular veins internal jugular veins subclavian veins brachiocephalic veins Figure 46.3 Label the major arteries of the shoulder and upper limb. Figure 46.3 Label the major arteries of the shoulder and upper limb. superior vena cava veins from upper limb and shoulder radial vein...

Procedure Ahuman Brain

Image For The Human Longitudinal Fissure

Review a textbook section on the brain. 2. As a review activity, label figures 29.1, 29.2, and 29.3. 3. Complete Part A of Laboratory Report 29. 4. Observe the dissectible model and the preserved specimen of the human brain. Locate each of the following features cerebral hemispheres corpus callosum convolutions gyri sulci central sulcus lateral sulcus fissures longitudinal fissure transverse fissure frontal lobe parietal lobe temporal lobe occipital lobe insula cerebral cortex basal ganglia...

Procedure A The Pelvic Girdle

Review a textbook section on the pelvic girdle. 2. As a review activity, label figures 16.1 and 16.2. 3. Examine the bones of the pelvic girdle and locate the following ischial tuberosity ischial spine pubis symphysis pubis pubic arch obturator foramen 4. Complete Part A of Laboratory Report 16. I Examine the male and female pelves. Look for major differences between them. Note especially the flare of the iliac bones, the angle of the pubic arch, the distance between the ischial spines and...

Critical Thinking Application

Monitor Lizard Dissection

Identify the muscles indicated in figure 23.7. Figure 23.7 Identify the muscles that appear as lower limb surface features in these photographs (a and b). Figure 23.7 Identify the muscles that appear as lower limb surface features in these photographs (a and b). (a) Left thigh, anterior view (b) Right lower limb, medial view (a) Left thigh, anterior view (b) Right lower limb, medial view

Procedure H Muscles Of The Forelimb

Fetal Pig Triceps Brachii Muscle Ventral

Place the fetal pig in the dissecting tray with its ventral side up. 2. Remove any remaining fat and connective tissue from a forelimb to expose the muscles. 3. Transect the pectoral muscles and lift aside their cut edges. 4. Study figure 24.8, and then locate and dissect the following muscles from the medial surface of the arm and forearm of the forelimb biceps brachii triceps brachii long head medial head Figure 24.8 Medial muscles of the right forelimb, ventral view. Figure 24.8 Medial...

Procedure Bthe Upper Limb

Label The Posterior Surface

Review a textbook section on the upper limb. 2. As a review activity, label figures 15.3, 15.4, 15.5, and 15.6. 3. Examine the following bones and features of the upper limb greater tubercle lesser tubercle intertubercular groove anatomical neck surgical neck Figure 15.1 Label the bones and features of the shoulder and upper limb anterior view . Figure 15.1 Label the bones and features of the shoulder and upper limb anterior view . medial epicondyle lateral epicondyle coronoid fossa...

Procedure Astructure And Function Of The

Function Fovea Centralis

Review a textbook section on the structure of the eye. 2. As a review activity, label figures 35.1, 35.2, and 35.3. 3. Complete Part A of Laboratory Report 35. 4. Examine the dissectible model of the eye and locate the following features Figure 35.1 Label the structures of the lacrimal apparatus. Figure 35.1 Label the structures of the lacrimal apparatus. Figure 35.2 Label the extrinsic muscles of the right eye lateral view . Figure 35.2 Label the extrinsic muscles of the right eye lateral...