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Jeffco Biology Lab Test 1: The Microscope
What's Microscope Arm for ?
What's Rheostat for ?
Where is Condenserlocated at ? and wha…
What's stage ?
to grasp & carry the microscope.
to adjust the intensity of the light.
It's located just below the stage. ... It concentrates light ont…
Platform on which the microscope slide is placed.
What's Microscope Arm for ?
to grasp & carry the microscope.
What's Rheostat for ?
to adjust the intensity of the light.
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Jeffco Biology Nervous System, Reproduction, Endocrine System
Central Nervous System consists of what?
What protects the CNS?
What does the nervous system do?
What are the cell types?
Brain and Spinal Cord
bones, meninges, cerebral spinal fluid
Detects changes in body's internal and external environment.…
Ganglia... Neurons
Central Nervous System consists of what?
Brain and Spinal Cord
What protects the CNS?
bones, meninges, cerebral spinal fluid
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Jeffco Bio212 LAB Exam 2: ELISA
ELISA
reagent selection, temperature, volume…
Test limitations: A positive result co…
Test limitations: false negative
Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay; this is an assay that uses…
Potential Experimental Problem variables which if not adjuste…
does not necessarily mean the patient is sick. The body can c…
People may be poor producers of antibody or may have some int…
ELISA
Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay; this is an assay that uses…
reagent selection, temperature, volume…
Potential Experimental Problem variables which if not adjuste…
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Jeffco Bio212 Lecture Exam 3: Digestive System Physiology
mastication
deglutition
3 stages of deglutition
1) Oral stage of deglutition
Chewing
Swallowing
1)Oral... 2)Pharyngeal ... 3)Esophageal
a rounded mass of food (bolus) is formed on the tongue and it…
mastication
Chewing
deglutition
Swallowing
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Jeffco chapter 1 BIO Diversity
Characteristic of life
Levels of Biological Organization
At molecular level
At cellular level
A)Living things are organized... B)All organism are composed of…
1. Molecular level... 2. Cellular Level... 3. Tissue Level... 4. Organ…
all living things are composed of molecules that contain atoms.
cell are made up of molecules.
Characteristic of life
A)Living things are organized... B)All organism are composed of…
Levels of Biological Organization
1. Molecular level... 2. Cellular Level... 3. Tissue Level... 4. Organ…
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swy JeffCo Integrated Science Part 1 Unit 1
Branches of science
Scientific method/ problem solving met…
hypothesis
control group
social science and natural science
Notice something (curious questioning), hypothesis (best gues…
best guess
In an experiment, the group that is not exposed to the treatm…
Branches of science
social science and natural science
Scientific method/ problem solving met…
Notice something (curious questioning), hypothesis (best gues…
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Matthew's bible 19-23, 31-32
Vector
transmission
direct transmission
indirect transmission
any living creature that transmits an infectious agent to ano…
any mechanism through which an infectious agent is spread fro…
immediate transfer on the agent into the body
vehicle borne, ie food/water or vector borne ie living creatu…
Vector
any living creature that transmits an infectious agent to ano…
transmission
any mechanism through which an infectious agent is spread fro…
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JeffCo key terms
Autopsy
Bibliography
Citation
Documentation
An examination of the body after death usually with such diss…
A document showing all the sources used to research information
A written reference to a specific work (book, article, disser…
The act of creating citation to identify resources used in wr…
Autopsy
An examination of the body after death usually with such diss…
Bibliography
A document showing all the sources used to research information
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HBS 3.2 Study Guide
What is the oral cavity and what does…
What is the function of the salivary g…
What is the function of the tongue?
What is a bolus?
The oral cavity is the first part of the digestive tract and…
The salivary glands produce saliva, which keeps the mouth and…
The tongue aids in moving food in the mouth, chewing, and swa…
A bolus is small rounded mass of a substance. Chewed food at…
What is the oral cavity and what does…
The oral cavity is the first part of the digestive tract and…
What is the function of the salivary g…
The salivary glands produce saliva, which keeps the mouth and…
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