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					                                    Bio 112 Lab Objectives

Objectives for Lab Quiz #1                                      Lumbar
                                                                Gluteal
REMEMBER THAT ON ALL LAB QUIZZES,                               Plantar
SPELLING COUNTS!!!                                              Popliteal
                                                                Umbilical
Assigned Lab Manual Exercises – Some of                         Sacral
these questions and figures will be on your lab                 Femoral
quiz – BE PREPARED!
                                                     Planes
Fig. 2.1 p. 10                                             Frontal (coronal)
Fig. 2.3 p 12                                              Sagittal
Fig. 2.4 p. 13                                             Transverse
Fig. 2.5 p. 14
Fig. 2.6 pp. 15-16                                   Cavities
Lab Report #2 pp. 17-20 parts A, B, C, D, E, F,                 Thoracic
G, and H
                                                                Abdominal
Do Lab Exercise 3 pp. 21-27
                                                                Pelvic
Lab Report #3 pp 29–30 A,B,C,and D
Fig. 4.1 p. 32                                                  Cranial
Fig. 4.2 p. 33                                                  Spinal
Lab Report 4 p. 35 parts A and B
                                                  Organs – Be able to identify each and tell in
Using models, learn the following anatomical      which cavity they are found.
terms                                              Brain
  Directional Terms                               Spinal cord
        Superior                                  Liver
        Inferior                                  Heart
        Anterior                                  Stomach
        Posterior                                 Trachea
        Lateral                                   Esophagus
        Medial                                    Pancreas
        Superficial                               Bladder
        Deep                                      Ovary
        Proximal                                  Intestines
        Distal
                                                  Use the microscope to learn the following
   Membranes                                     structures and functions. Also do lab exercise
                                                  3 on pages 21-27.
        Parietal pericardium
                                                   Ocular lens
        Visceral pericardium
                                                   Arm
        Parietal pleura
                                                   Rotating nosepiece
        Visceral pleura
                                                   Objective lenses
        Parietal peritoneum
                                                   Stage
        Visceral peritoneum
                                                   Stage clips
   Regions                                        Mechanical stage control
             Cervical                             Fine focus
             Thoracic                             Course focus
             Axillary                             Power switch
             Acromial                             Light control
             Brachial                             Condenser
             Cubital                              Iris diaphragm lever
             Palmar                               Be able to determine why a slide is not
                                                      viewable
             Abdominal
             Pubic
   Be able to describe the proper way to carry       Blood from the blood slide
    and store a microscope                            Bone from the bone slide
                                                      Skeletal muscle from the muscle slide
Use the cell model to learn the structures and        Smooth muscle from the muscle slide
functions of the following organelles.                Cardiac muscle from the muscle slide
 Nucleus                                             Nervous tissue from the brain or spinal cord
 Nucleolus                                            slide
 Nuclear envelope (nuclear membrane)
 Chromatin                                        Using transparencies and slides, be able to
 Plasma membrane (cell membrane)                  identify the following cell types.
 Golgi apparatus                                   Chondrocyte
 Rough endoplasmic reticulum                       Osteocyte
 Smooth endoplasmic reticulum                      Erythrocyte
 Mitochondria                                      Leukocyte
 Vacuole                                           Neuron
 Centrioles                                        Goblet cell
 Ribosomes
                                                   Objectives for lab Quiz #3
Objectives for Lab Quiz #2
                                                   REMEMBER THAT ON ALL LAB QUIZZES,
REMEMBER THAT ON ALL LAB QUIZZES,                  SPELLING COUNTS!!!
SPELLING COUNTS!!!
                                                   Assigned Lab Manual Exercises – Some of
Assigned Lab Manual Exercises – Some of            these questions and figures will be on your lab
these questions and figures will be on your lab    quiz – BE PREPARED!
quiz – BE PREPARED!
                                                   Fig. 10.1 p. 68
Fig. 6.2 p. 47                                     Fig. 10.2 p. 69
Lab Report #6 pp. 49-52 parts A,B,C,D, and E       Lab Report 10 pp. 71-72 parts A, B,C, and D
Lab Report #7 pp. 55-56 parts A and B              Fig. 11.1 p. 74
Lab Report #8 pp. 59-61 parts A and B              Fig. 11.3 p. 78
Lab Report #9 pp.65-66 parts A and B               Fig. 12.1 pp. 80-81
                                                   Lab Report 12 p. 83 part A
Using transparencies, models, and whitefish
embryo slides, be able to identify the following   Using the skin model, be able to identify the
stages in the life cycle of the cell.              following.
 Interphase                                        Layers of skin
 Prophase                                               Epidermis
 Metaphase                                              Dermis
 Anaphase                                               Hypodermis (subcutaneous layer)
 Telophase
                                                      Structures of skin
Using transparencies and slides, be able to             Pacinian corpuscle
recognize the following tissue types.                   Meissner’s corpuscle
 Stratified squamous from the skin slide               Hair follicle
 Simple squamous from the lung slide                   Sebaceous gland
 Simple columnar from the stomach or                   Arrector pili muscle
    intestine slide                                     Sweat gland
 Pseudostratified columnar from the trachea
    slide                                          Using the skeleton and individual bones, learn
 Transitional epithelium from the bladder         the following bones and bone features.
    slide                                           Frontal bone
 Adipose tissue from the adipose tissue slide      Temporal bone
 Hyaline cartilage from the trachea slide          Parietal bone
   Occipital bone                                   Internal oblique
   Sphenoid bone                                    Transverse abdominis
   Vomer                                            Rectus abdominis
   Zygomatic bone                                   Diaphragm
   Maxilla                                          Trapezius
   Mandible                                         Latissimus dorsi
   Nasal bone                                       Pectoralis major
   External auditory meatus                         Deltoid
   Mastoid process                                  Biceps brachii
   Foramen magnum                                   Triceps brachii
   Sella turcica                                    Palmaris longus
   Orbit                                            Extensor digitorum
   Sagittal suture                                  Gluteus maximus
   Coronal suture                                   Gluteus medius
   Sternum                                          Sartorius
   True ribs                                        Quadriceps group
   False ribs                                       Hamstring group
   Floating ribs                                    Gastrocnemius
   Cervical vertebra
   Atlas
   Axis                                          Objectives for Lab Quiz #4
   Thoracic vertebra
   Lumbar vertebra                               REMEMBER THAT ON ALL LAB QUIZZES,
   Sacrum                                        SPELLING COUNTS!!!
   Coccyx
   Clavicle                                      Assigned Lab Manual Exercises – Some of
   Scapula                                       these questions and figures will be on your lab
   Humerus                                       quiz – BE PREPARED!
   Radius
   Ulna                                          Fig. 23.1 p. 166
   Carpals                                       Fig. 25.1 p. 180
                                                  Fig. 25.2 p. 180
   Metacarpals
                                                  Lab Report # 25 pp. 181-182 parts A, B, and C
   Phalanges
                                                  Fig. 26.1 p. 184
   Coxal bone                                    Fig. 26.2 p. 185
   Acetabulum                                    Lab Report # 26 pp. 187-188 parts A and B
   Femur                                         Fig. 28.1 p. 198
   Patella                                       Fig. 29.3 p. 209
   Tibia
   Fibula                                        Using the neuron model, be able to identify
   Tarsals                                       the following.
   Calcaneous                                     Cell body
   Metatarsals                                    Axon
   Phalanges                                      Dendrite
                                                   Myelin sheath
                                                   Node of Ranvier
Using models, be able to identify the following    Nissl substance (Nissl body or
muscles.                                               chromatophilic substance)
 Frontalis                                       Using the brain model, be able to identify the
 Masseter                                        following.
 Orbicularis oris                                 Olfactory bulbs
 Orbicularis oculi                                Optic chiasm
 Sternocleidomastoid                              Cerebrum
 External oblique                                 Sulcus
   Gyrus                                             Retina
   Longitudinal fissure                              Vitreous humor
   Frontal lobe
   Temporal lobe                                  Using the ear model, be able to identify the
   Occipital lobe                                 following.
   Parietal lobe                                   Pinna (auricle)
   Corpus callosum                                 External auditory meatus (external auditory
   Thalamus                                            canal(
   Hypothalamus                                    Tympanic membrane
   Pineal gland                                    Ear ossicles
   Midbrain                                        Auditory tube
   Pons                                            Semicircular canals
   Medulla oblongata                               Vestibule
   Cerebellum                                      Cochlea
                                                    Vestibulocochlear nerve
Using a dissected brain, be able to identify the
following.
 Cerebrum                                         Objectives for Lab Quiz #5
 Frontal lobe
 Temporal lobe                                    REMEMBER THAT ON ALL LAB QUIZZES,
 Parietal lobe                                    SPELLING COUNTS!!!
 Occipital lobe
 Dura mater                                       Assigned Lab Manual Exercises – Some of
 Corpus callosum                                  these questions and figures will be on your lab
 Thalamus                                         quiz – BE PREPARED!
 Hypothalamus
 Midbrain                                         Fig. 31.1 p. 226
                                                   Lab Report # 31 pp. 233-234 part A
 Pons
                                                   Lab Report #32 pp. 241-242 parts A and B
 Medulla oblongata
                                                   Fig. 35.1 p. 260
                                                   Fig. 35.2 p. 260
Using the spinal cord model, be able to
                                                   Fig. 35.3 p. 261
identify the following.
                                                   Lab Report # 35 pp. 265-266 parts A and B
 Gray matter
 White matter                                     Using models, be able to recognize the
 Anterior horn                                    following endocrine organs. Also be able to
 Posterior horn                                   give the hormones each secretes.
 Central canal                                     Pituitary gland
 Dorsal root                                       Pineal gland
 Ventral root                                      Hypothalamus
 Dorsal root ganglion                              Thyroid gland
 Spinal nerve                                      Parathyroid gland
                                                    Pancreas
Using the eye model and dissected eye, be able      Adrenal gland
to identify the following.                          Testes
 Extrinsic eye muscles                             Ovaries
 Optic nerve
 Cornea                                           Using transparencies, photographs, and
 Sclera                                           slides, be able to identify the following blood
 Choroid                                          elements.
 Ciliary body                                      Erythrocytes
 Iris                                              Platelets
 Pupil                                             Neutrophils
 Lens                                              Eosinophils
   Basophils                                            Radial
   Monocytes                                            Ulnar
   Lymphocytes                                          Brachial
                                                         Median cubital
Using heart models, be able to identify the              Axillary
following structures.                                    Subclavian
 Right atrium                                           Gonadal
 Left atrium                                            Renal
 Right ventricle                                        Anterior tibial
 Left ventricle                                         Femoral
 Tricuspid valve                                        External iliac
 Bicuspid valve (mitral valve)                          Great saphenous
 Aortic valve
 Pulmonary valve                                 Objectives for Lab Quiz #6
 Papillary muscle
 Chordae tendinae                                REMEMBER THAT ON ALL LAB QUIZZES,
 Aorta                                           SPELLING COUNTS!!!
 Pulmonary trunk
 Vena cava                                       Assigned Lab Manual Exercises – Some of
 Pulmonary veins                                 these questions and figures will be on your lab
                                                  quiz – BE PREPARED!
Using the dissected heart, be able to identify    Fig. 41.1 p. 308
the following.                                    Fig. 41.2 p. 308
 Right atrium                                    Fig. 41.3 p. 309
 Left atrium                                     Fig. 41.5 p. 310
 Right ventricle                                 Fig. 41.6 p. 311
 Left ventricle                                  Fig. 41.9 p. 313
 Tricuspid valve                                 Fig. 41.10 p. 314
 Bicuspid valve                                  Fig. 43.1 p. 326
 Papillary muscle                                Fig. 43.2 p. 327
 Chordae tendinae                                Lab Report # 43 p. 329 parts A and C
                                                  Fig. 45.1 p. 342
 Aorta
                                                  Fig. 45.3 p. 344
 Pulmonary trunk
                                                  Lab Report # 45 p. 347 parts A and B
                                                  Fig. 47.1 p. 356
Using models, be able to identify the following
                                                  Fig. 47.2 p. 356
blood vessels.
                                                  Fig. 48.1 p. 362
 Arteries                                        Fig. 48.2 p. 362
     Coronary
     Brachiocephalic                             Using models, be able to identify the
     Renal                                       following.
     Gonadal                                      Nasal cavity
     Common carotids                              Conchae
     Axillary                                     Hard palate
     Brachial                                     Soft palate
     Ulnar                                        Uvula
     Radial                                       Pharynx
     Intercostal                                  Larynx
     Common iliac                                 Epiglottis
     Femoral                                      Trachea
     Anterior tibial                              Lungs
 Veins                                            Bronchi
     Jugular                                      Bronchioles
     Brachiocephalic                              Alveoli
   Diaphragm                                   Calyx
                                                Renal pelvis
Using models, be able to identify the           Interlobar artery
following.                                      Arcuate artery
 Teeth                                         Interlobular artery
 Tongue
 Parotid gland                              Using models, be able to identify the
 Submandibular gland                        following.
 Sublingual gland                            Testes
 Esophagus                                   Scrotum
 Stomach                                     Ductus deferens
 Fundus of stomach                           Epididymis
 Body of stomach                             Seminal vesicle
 Pyloric region of stomach                   Prostate
 Pyloric sphincter                           Bulbourethral gland
 Duodenum                                    Penis
 Jejunum                                     Glans penis
 Ileum                                       Ovary
 Cecum                                       Uterine tube
 Ascending colon                             Uterus
 Transverse colon                            Body of uterus
 Descending colon                            Cervix
 Sigmoid colon                               Clitoris
 Rectum                                      Labium majorum
 Anus                                        Labium minorum
 Pancreas
 Pancreatic duct                            Genetics Oral Report
 Liver                                      You will do this report the day of quiz #6. See
 Gallbladder                                instructor for details.
 Hepatic duct
 Cystic duct

Using models, be able to identify the         Make-Up Lab Quiz – If a student misses a
following.                                   lab quiz, they can take the make-up quiz on the
 Kidney                                     designated day. (See lab calendar for date). This
 Ureter                                     is the ONLY day this quiz will be given. There
 Bladder                                    will be several times that day the quiz will be
 Urethra                                    given but a student must sign up for a specific
 Nephron                                    time. It will be given in the Bio 112 lab and will
 Glomerular capsule                         be the same set up as all the other lab quizzes.
 Glomerular capillaries
 Afferent arteriole                         Objectives for the make-up quiz -
 Efferent arteriole
 Proximal convoluted tubule                 You should study all models and the objectives
                                             that pertain to the models from the previous lab
 Nephron loop (loop of Henle)
                                             quizzes.
 Distal convoluted tubule
 Collecting duct

Using the kidney model and the dissected
kidney, be able to identify the following.
 Renal cortex
 Renal medulla
 Renal pyramids

				
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