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BIO 150 Tissues Practice
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
Simple Columnar Epithelium
Adipose
Identify the tissue type
Identify the tissue type
Identify the tissue type
Identify the tissue type
Simple Squamous Epithelium
Identify the tissue type
Simple Cuboidal Epithelium
Identify the tissue type
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Bio 150 Exam 3
Ecosystem Ecology
Energy Flow
Materials Cycling
Energy is needed to create organizatio…
Living organisms interactions with their abiotic environment
The one-way flow of energy from the sun through a community o…
The movement of nutrients through various biotic and abiotic…
What needs energy in order to be created?
Ecosystem Ecology
Living organisms interactions with their abiotic environment
Energy Flow
The one-way flow of energy from the sun through a community o…
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practical 2 bio 150
Starch Hydrolysis
Lipid Hydrolysis
Protein Hydrolysis
Nuclease activity
Polysaccharide... Exoenzyme - amylase... Starch Agar Plate... Iodine b…
Lipids... Exoenzyme - Lipase... Spirit-Blue Lipid agar plate... Produc…
Proteins... Exoenzyme - protease... Gelatin agar plate... - Protein de…
Nucleic Acid... Exonuclease... DNase agar... Methyl green indicator... Bi…
Starch Hydrolysis
Polysaccharide... Exoenzyme - amylase... Starch Agar Plate... Iodine b…
Lipid Hydrolysis
Lipids... Exoenzyme - Lipase... Spirit-Blue Lipid agar plate... Produc…
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Blood
hemopoiesis
Red bone marrow
Lymphatic tissue
Red blood cells
Formation of blood cells
Produces all types of blood cells
Produces lymphocytes
Deliver oxygen to cells... Remove carbon dioxide
hemopoiesis
Formation of blood cells
Red bone marrow
Produces all types of blood cells
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Lipids (NUTR 150)
Triglyceride
Phospholipid
Sterol
Glycerol
Major type of lipid in food and the body. Consists of a glyce…
Type of lipid whose structure includes a phosphorus atom. Con…
One of the three types of lipids. Has a structure composed of…
A three carbon molecule which is part of triglycerides and ph…
Triglyceride
Major type of lipid in food and the body. Consists of a glyce…
Phospholipid
Type of lipid whose structure includes a phosphorus atom. Con…
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Blood
pH range of the blood
liquid portion of blood
blood cells and platelets
percentage of blood formed by liquid p…
7.35-7.45
plasma
formed elements
55%
pH range of the blood
7.35-7.45
liquid portion of blood
plasma
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Biology
Plant Cell
Animal Cell
X) cell wall
W) wing of a bat and the arm of a human
What type of cell is this?
What type of cell is this?
Which of the following is NOT a structure found in human cell…
Which of the following are homologous structures: ... W) wing of…
Plant Cell
What type of cell is this?
Animal Cell
What type of cell is this?
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Blood Vessels
common carotid artery
subclavian artery
abdominal aorta
celiac trunk
Identify the blood vessel.
Identify the blood vessel.
Identify the blood vessel.
Identify the blood vessel (cut).
common carotid artery
Identify the blood vessel.
subclavian artery
Identify the blood vessel.
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Lab Practicum 2 Bio 150
Microtitter Plate
Transfer Pipette
Glass Beaker
Microcentrifuge Tube
Microtitter Plate
Transfer Pipette
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Chapter 6 - Blood
What are the functions of blood?
How does blood transport?
How does blood protect?
How does blood regulate?
Transportation, protection, and regulation
It picks up oxygen, and moves hormones, nutrients, wastes and…
It carries antibodies and cells the engulf and destroy invade…
It regulates body temperature, maintains water-salt balance a…
What are the functions of blood?
Transportation, protection, and regulation
How does blood transport?
It picks up oxygen, and moves hormones, nutrients, wastes and…
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150 Skeletal System
What are the divisions of the skeleton?
Appendicular skeleton
Axial skeleton
What are the functions of the skeletal…
Appendicular and axial.
Bones within the pectoral (shoulder) & pelvic (hip) girdles a…
Bones that lie in the midline of the body
Support, protection, movement, storage, and blood cell format…
What are the divisions of the skeleton?
Appendicular and axial.
Appendicular skeleton
Bones within the pectoral (shoulder) & pelvic (hip) girdles a…
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BIO 150 -Lab Exam #2 - Selective & Differential Media
MAC - fermented
MAC - non fermented
MSA - Manitol -
MSA - Manitol +
MAC - fermented
MAC - non fermented
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Blood Agar
What is the purpose of the blood agar?
What do gram-postive cocci produce?
What can hemolysins do?
What are the components of the blood a…
- isolation and cultivation of many types of fastidious bacte…
exotoxins called hemolysins
destroy RBC's and hemogobin
- 5% sheep blood ... - Tryptic Soy Base
What is the purpose of the blood agar?
- isolation and cultivation of many types of fastidious bacte…
What do gram-postive cocci produce?
exotoxins called hemolysins
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Culture Media
MacConkey Agar (MAC)
MacConkey Agar Plate (MAC)
MAC plate results
MAC Sample Results
Selective: Gram-negative bacilli... Differential: Lactose Fe…
(MAC)... Clear pale pink to start.... Selective: gnb (gram-neg ba…
o gram-negative Enterobacteria Escherichia coli and Enterobac…
MacConkey Agar (MAC)
Selective: Gram-negative bacilli... Differential: Lactose Fe…
MacConkey Agar Plate (MAC)
(MAC)... Clear pale pink to start.... Selective: gnb (gram-neg ba…
BIOL2500 Labs 14 (blood agar), 15 (Mannitol salt agar), 16 (Methylene Blue Agar), and 17 (MacConkey agar)
Blood agar is a medium that is both __…
hemolysins
hemolysis that appears as a "halo" aro…
hemolysis that appears as clear zone a…
enriched and differential
toxins that can break down red blood cells
Alpha-hemolysis
Beta-hemolysis
Blood agar is a medium that is both __…
enriched and differential
hemolysins
toxins that can break down red blood cells
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Ch 5 Mader Cardiovascular System: Heart and Blood Vessels
heart and blood vessels
carries oxygen and nutrients to cells;…
functions of the cardiovascular system
Arteries and arterioles
What makes up the cardiovascular system?
What is the function of the circulation system?
1. The heart pumps blood through blood vessels where* exchang…
_____ take blood away from the heart.
heart and blood vessels
What makes up the cardiovascular system?
carries oxygen and nutrients to cells;…
What is the function of the circulation system?
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Cat Blood vessels
left common carotid artery
right common carotid artery
right subclavian artery
left subclavian artery
2
3
4
5
left common carotid artery
2
right common carotid artery
3
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A&P VCC BIOL 1220 - Ch 7
Osteogenic cells
Osteoblasts
Osteocytes
Osteoclasts
stem cells... in endosteum and periosteum give rise to osteoblasts
bone-forming cells
-trapped former osteoblasts in the matrix... -are in lacunae and…
-bone dissolving cells... -develop bone marrow by fusion of 3-50…
Osteogenic cells
stem cells... in endosteum and periosteum give rise to osteoblasts
Osteoblasts
bone-forming cells
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Bio 150 Lab week 4
Agar
Fastidious
Incubation
Inoculation
Semi-solid growth medium used to culture microbes; often used…
An organism with strict difficult-to-meet growth requirements.
Storage of microorganisms at a specified temperature to permi…
Transfer of microorganisms to fresh culture medium.
Agar
Semi-solid growth medium used to culture microbes; often used…
Fastidious
An organism with strict difficult-to-meet growth requirements.
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BIO 301 Lab 13: Media: TSA, Blood Agar
hemolysins
three types of hemolysis
b-hemolysis
a-hemolysis
gram positive cocci that are able to destroy red blood cells…
b-hemolysis, a-hemolysis, y-hemolysis
the complete destruction of RBCs and hemoglobin and results i…
the partial destruction of RBCs and produces a greenish disco…
hemolysins
gram positive cocci that are able to destroy red blood cells…
three types of hemolysis
b-hemolysis, a-hemolysis, y-hemolysis
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Protein (NUTR 150 Hybrid)
essential amino acids
nonessential amino acid
Conditionally essential amino acid
Peptide bond
an amino acid that cannot be synthesized by the body in suffi…
An amino acids that can be synthesized in the body in suffici…
A nonessential amino acids which cannot be synthesized in suf…
Bond that holds amino acids together
essential amino acids
an amino acid that cannot be synthesized by the body in suffi…
nonessential amino acid
An amino acids that can be synthesized in the body in suffici…
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BIO 150 Chapter 5 Reading Notes
Blood provides
Kidneys are to
The Liver is to
The functions of the Cardiovascular Sy…
O2 and Neutrients
purify the blood
transport fats, toxins and chemicals out of the blood
transportation... protection... regulation
Blood provides
O2 and Neutrients
Kidneys are to
purify the blood
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Bio 150 - Ch. 6 Blood
blood
Plasma
Albumins
Globulins
fluid connective tissue made of 55% plasma and 45% cellular c…
liquid portion - 92% water and 8% dissolved substances
help maintain osmotic pressure that pulls H2O into... blood (pla…
bind to and transport fats & cholesterol; also produce... antibo…
blood
fluid connective tissue made of 55% plasma and 45% cellular c…
Plasma
liquid portion - 92% water and 8% dissolved substances
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Biology Vocabulary Chapter 7
Pathogens
Bacteria
Virus
Antigens
Microbes that cause disease in humans
Prokaryotic, single-celled, almost all cell wall, have DNA in…
Small no-living obligate parasites, must reproduce in host ce…
Any foreign substance that elicits an immune response when in…
Pathogens
Microbes that cause disease in humans
Bacteria
Prokaryotic, single-celled, almost all cell wall, have DNA in…
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BIOL 121 Chp 19 Vocab: Blood
hematology
blood
interstitial fluid
venipuncture
the branch of science concerned with the study of blood, bloo…
a connective tissue composed of a liquid extracellular matrix…
this bathes the body's cells and is constantly renewed by the…
the withdrawal of blood from a vein using a needle and collec…
hematology
the branch of science concerned with the study of blood, bloo…
blood
a connective tissue composed of a liquid extracellular matrix…
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BIO 150 2/18/16
Endocrine Signaling
Neuronal Signaling
Paracrine Signaling
Contact Dependent Signaling
When hormones enter the blood stream and travel via the blood…
the cell body is connected to the transmitter which is close…
The signals bond to receptors on nearby cells
when a membrane bound signal molecule connects the two cells
Endocrine Signaling
When hormones enter the blood stream and travel via the blood…
Neuronal Signaling
the cell body is connected to the transmitter which is close…
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Scientific Method & Life Processes
Independent Variable
Dependent Variable
Observation
Inference
The variable that you manipulate to cause change (HINT: I for…
The data you collect for an experiment.
Data collected that uses the five senses and/or is measurable.
A guess based on an observation.
Independent Variable
The variable that you manipulate to cause change (HINT: I for…
Dependent Variable
The data you collect for an experiment.
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BIO 150 Chapter 4 Reading Notes
The four main types of tissue are called
The purpose of connective tissue is to
Connective tissue can be found in the…
Physical description of Collagen Fibers
Connective, Muscular, Nervous and Epithelial
support and connect
Solid, Fluid and Simi-Fluid
made of collagen... strong... flexible
The four main types of tissue are called
Connective, Muscular, Nervous and Epithelial
The purpose of connective tissue is to
support and connect
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Practical #1 BIO151
hematology
erythrocytes
leukocytes
granular leukocytes
study of the blood and the organs that produce it
red blood cells
whiteblood cells
neutrophils, basophils, eosinophils
hematology
study of the blood and the organs that produce it
erythrocytes
red blood cells
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240 Microbio Midterm: Reactions agar plates
EMB agar
MAC agar
HEK agar
MAC agar
differential ingredient- EMB & lactose... green metallic sheen-…
diff ingredient- lactose... reagent- neutral red pH indicator... re…
selective- bile salts... differential- sodium thiosulfate & 3 su…
selective- bile salts & crystal violet dye... differential- lact…
EMB agar
differential ingredient- EMB & lactose... green metallic sheen-…
MAC agar
diff ingredient- lactose... reagent- neutral red pH indicator... re…
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Excretion
Metabolic Process
Excretion
Metabolic Waste
Diffusion
Any chemical reaction occurring inside the body that keeps us…
The removal of metabolic waste.
Any waste products from a metabolic chemical reaction.... Ex: C…
The movement of molecules from an area of high concentration…
Metabolic Process
Any chemical reaction occurring inside the body that keeps us…
Excretion
The removal of metabolic waste.
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BIO 150 Chap 4-7
Body temperature
Keratin
Schwann cells
Basement membrane
Sweating is a physiological process that seeks to maintain... b…
Which of the following is responsible for the waterproofing o…
Which type of neuroglia cell is found outside of the brain?... a…
In epithelial tissues, what serves to anchor the epithelial t…
Body temperature
Sweating is a physiological process that seeks to maintain... b…
Keratin
Which of the following is responsible for the waterproofing o…
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BIOL 150 Test 3
Epinephrine
Conformational change
Endocrine signaling
Paracrine signaling
A signaling molecule produced by adrenal gland cells the bind…
A change in the tertiary structure of a protein.
The signaling molecule travels through the blood stream via d…
The signaling molecule uses diffusion and travels short dista…
Epinephrine
A signaling molecule produced by adrenal gland cells the bind…
Conformational change
A change in the tertiary structure of a protein.
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A&P VCC BIOL 1120 -Ch27
gametes
sperm
egg or ovum
zygote
parent produce ___ in sexual reproduction. ... -sex cells that m…
male gamete... -motile
large female gamete... -contains nutrients for the the developin…
fusion of the sperm and egg
gametes
parent produce ___ in sexual reproduction. ... -sex cells that m…
sperm
male gamete... -motile
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A&P VCC BIOL 1220 - Ch 22
The order of airflow from the environm…
Conducting Division
Respiratory Division
upper respiratory tract
Nasal cavity, Pharynx, Trachea, Main Bronchus, Lobar Bronchus…
Division that contains Nasal cavity, Pharynx, Traachea, Main…
This division includes Terminal Bronchioles, Alveolus... -region…
This respiratory tract contains organs in head and neck. From…
The order of airflow from the environm…
Nasal cavity, Pharynx, Trachea, Main Bronchus, Lobar Bronchus…
Conducting Division
Division that contains Nasal cavity, Pharynx, Traachea, Main…
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BIO 150 Lab Week #4
Circular
Irregular
Rhizoid
Filamentous
Circular
Irregular
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Circulation and Immunity
aorta
pulmonary atery
pulmonary vein
superior venacava
the largest artery in the body, carries blood from the left s…
transports deoxygenated blood from the right ventricle to the…
carries oxygenated blood from the lungs back to the left atri…
brings deoxygenated blood from the body to the heart
aorta
the largest artery in the body, carries blood from the left s…
pulmonary atery
transports deoxygenated blood from the right ventricle to the…
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Muscular & Skeletal (Locomotion)
Immunity
Purpose of Muscular & Skeletal Systems
Bone Marrow
Growth Plate
The ability of an organism to detect and respond to a foreign…
These two systems work together to give animals shape and all…
A fatty substance at the center of long bones that produces b…
A section at the end of each long bone that allows for growth…
Immunity
The ability of an organism to detect and respond to a foreign…
Purpose of Muscular & Skeletal Systems
These two systems work together to give animals shape and all…
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Bio 150 - Ch. 5 Heart and Blood Vessels
Cardiovascular System
heart
blood vessels
Pulmonary circuit
has two main components: the heart and blood vessels
pumps blood
tubular structure through which blood flows. Has a pulmonary…
flow of blood through lungs
Cardiovascular System
has two main components: the heart and blood vessels
heart
pumps blood
39 terms
Ch. 2: The Chemistry of Life
atom
nucleus (of an atom)
electron
element
The basic unit of matter
the center of the atom, which contains the protons and neutrons
A negatively charged particle located outside the nucleus of…
A pure substance made up of only one type of atom; there are…
atom
The basic unit of matter
nucleus (of an atom)
the center of the atom, which contains the protons and neutrons
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heart
pulmonary circuit
Arteries
veins
Capillaries
carries oxygen-poor (deoxygenated) blood from the heart to th…
carry blood away from the heart, thicker with more resistance
return blood to the heart, thinner with less resistance
tiny vessels between the smallest arteries and veins.
pulmonary circuit
carries oxygen-poor (deoxygenated) blood from the heart to th…
Arteries
carry blood away from the heart, thicker with more resistance
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Selective, Differential, and Enriched Media
Selective and Differential
Selective and Differential
Selective and Differential
Enriched and Differential
Classification of Eosin Methylene Blue agar (EMB)
Classification of MacConkey agar (MAC)
Classification of Mannitol Salt Agar (MSA)
Classification of Blood Agar (BA or BAP)
Selective and Differential
Classification of Eosin Methylene Blue agar (EMB)
Selective and Differential
Classification of MacConkey agar (MAC)
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Regulation (Nervous & Endocrine Systems)
Nervous System
Nervous Control
Endocrine System
Chemical Control
Fast, short lived response. Electrical impulses sent over neu…
The nervous systems ability to regulate our responses to stim…
Slow, long lived response. Chemical messages sent via the blo…
The endocrine systems ability to regulate our response to sti…
Nervous System
Fast, short lived response. Electrical impulses sent over neu…
Nervous Control
The nervous systems ability to regulate our responses to stim…
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Heart
aortic arch
ascending aorta
brachiocephalic trunk
great cardiac vein
aortic arch
ascending aorta
Biology 150 Exam Final
True
A neuron
voltage gated Na+ channels in the memb…
action potential propagation is faster…
If the post synaptic membrane potential riches threshold leve…
what is the basic unit of the nervous system, a nerve cell, o…
during an action potential
which of the following statements concerning the propagation…
True
If the post synaptic membrane potential riches threshold leve…
A neuron
what is the basic unit of the nervous system, a nerve cell, o…
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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 19
blood, heart, blood vessels
hematology
connective - it has blood cells in a p…
transportation... regulation... protection
what are the three parts of the cardiovascular system
branch of science concerned with the study of blood
what kind of tissue is blood?
what are the three general functions of blood
blood, heart, blood vessels
what are the three parts of the cardiovascular system
hematology
branch of science concerned with the study of blood
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Chapter 43 Immune System
innate immunity
acquired immunity
lymphocytes
antibodies
Immunity that is present before exposure and effective from b…
Immunity that is present only after exposure and is highly sp…
White blood cells.
Protein that is produced by lymphocytes and that attaches to…
innate immunity
Immunity that is present before exposure and effective from b…
acquired immunity
Immunity that is present only after exposure and is highly sp…
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Ch. 1 - Evolution, the Themes of Biology, and Scientific Inquiry - Campbell Biology 10th Edition
Nucleotides
Base pairing
Phosphate-Deoxyribose
Properties of Life
Building blocks of nucleic acids
Principle that bonds in DNA can form only between adenine and…
The two molecules that when added to A, T, G, or C make up a…
Order, Evolutionary Adaptation, Response to the Environment,…
Nucleotides
Building blocks of nucleic acids
Base pairing
Principle that bonds in DNA can form only between adenine and…
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BIO 150: Lab 5: Antimicrobial Sensitivity
Antimicrobial Agent
Genus Penicillium
Chemotherapeutic agent
Newer "antibiotics"
Generic term for any compound that exerts toxic effects on a…
kills many types of Gram positive bacteria
synthetic chemical that is toxic to microbes
chemically modified biological products or chemically synthes…
Antimicrobial Agent
Generic term for any compound that exerts toxic effects on a…
Genus Penicillium
kills many types of Gram positive bacteria
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Campbell Biology 9th Edition - Chapter 40
anatomy
physiology
interstitial fluid
tissues
the branch of morphology that deals with the structure of ani…
the branch of the biological sciences dealing with the functi…
liquid found between the cells of the body that provides much…
groups of similar cells that perform a specific function in a…
anatomy
the branch of morphology that deals with the structure of ani…
physiology
the branch of the biological sciences dealing with the functi…
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