Lab Practical

					     Lab 36

Respiratory Anatomy
           Lab Practical #1
• 26 stations:
  – 13 microscopes
  – 3 fresh hearts
  – 1 heart model
  – 8 vessel diagrams
  – 1 blood typing
• All stations have 2 questions (an A and a
  B), EXCEPT the vessel diagrams
• 1 minute per station
                   Lab 39
• Trachea: “Cartilage- Elastic and Hyaline” slide:
  mammalian trachea is on the left half of the
  slide. Draw and clearly label the trachea at low
  power and at one higher power. Label:
  respiratory epithelium (state the type), goblet
  cells, glands in the mucosa layer, cartilage
  (name the type); within the cartilage, identify
  chondrocytes and lacunae. Bracket and label
  the lamina propria. Label any blood vessels and
  RBC’s seen in your view.
                Lung slides
• Lung: “Lung Human - simple squamous” Draw
  and clearly label the lung. Identify the alveoli
  and an alveolar duct. In addition, try to find and
  label at least one bronchiole, one arteriole and
  one small vein.
• Two lung tissue samples: look at side by side:
  “Lung-Containing Carbon Particles” and “Lung-
  Emphysema.” Sketch and clearly label what you
  see in the “Lung-Emphysema” slide. Label a
  bronchiole and alveoli.
            Four Drawings
• Two trachea: one low and one medium or
  high power
• Normal lung
• Emphysemic lung – loss of elasticity,
  increased compliance
• You don’t have to draw the carbon particle
  lung but you need to look at it.
• Be able to identify the following structures
  on a model: trachea, larynx, bronchi,
  bronchioles, nasal cavity, nasal conchae,
  pharynx, lungs.
               Cow Pluck
• View pluck demo
• Touch it if you want (gloves
• Turn in your drawings along with the
  Review Sheet for Lab 36
• Due next Thursday

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