Human Anat & Physiol II Lab
Human Anat & Physiol II Lab BIOL 2022L
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Date Created: 10/27/15
Study Guide Lab Practical 1 Ex 27 29 35 PEx4 Anything in the exercises we covered is fair game for the practical The list below is by no means all inclusive READ YOUR LAB MANUAL and TAKE NOTES Ex 27 Endocrine System 1 2 5 Be able to identify the organs of the endocrine system on a model or slide Know the hormones produced by each gland of the endocrine system what their general function is and what their target organs are Be able to describe the structural and functional relationship between the hypothalamus and the two lobes of the pituitary gland Be able to identify the bold terms in your lab manual and worksheet on the histological slides of the select organs that we looked at If there are multiple cell types in a gland you should know which products are secreted by each cell type or zone a Thyroid gland Label and be able to identify follicular cells and follicles If possible find parafollicular cells 57 Parathyroid gland Label and be able to identify parathyroid cells Pancreas Label and be able to identify a and B cells of pancreatic islet cells Acinar cells n secrete digestive enzymes an exocrine function so are not part of the endocrine system but you should be able to tell the difference the islet and acinar cells Pituitary gland You MUST be able to differentiate between the anterior pituitary and the posterior pituitary Adrenal gland You MUST be able to differentiate between the capsule the zones of the adrenal cortex zona glomerulosa zona fasciculata and zona reticularis and the O D adrenal medulla Be able to describe tropic cascades and give examples Ex 29 Blood 390 P DUI Name the major components of blood and know their proportions Describe the composition and functional importance of plasma Know the functions of the different plasma constituents Know the blood cell types erythrycyes leukocytes thrombocytes and their proportion and major functions Be able to differentiate the 5 types of leukocytes structural and staining differences structural differences in nuclei major functions Be able to recognize them on a tissue slide Know which are granulocytes and which are agranulocytes Understand anucleation in RBCs and how that affects their life span Be able to make a differential white blood cell count and understand the importance of the test 7 8 9 Know how to determine hematocrit what that term means and what the results may indicate You should know normal values Understand ABO blood typing How to type blood What genotypes result in what phenotypes Which genes are dominate which are recessive 0951 Transfusions i What blood types can donate to others ii What blood types can receive from others iii Universal donor and universal recipient f39D Antigens present on each blood type r Antibodies present in the blood stream g Rh factors and how that affects transfusions Blood disorders several were on display in the lab You should know general information about them ie eiosinophilia results in a high eisosinophil count If something is easily identifiable like sickle cell anemia you should be able to recognize that Ex 35 Lymphatic System and Immune Response 1 paw w Fquot l 9 to Know why we studied blood and lymph the same week ie know the functions of the lymphatic system Know the composition of lymph fluid and how it flows through the lymph system Relate immunological memory specificity and differentiation of selfand non self to immune function Know the basic process of an adaptive immune response Differentiate between B and T cells their specializations and their roles within the immune system Be able to identify on a figure model or slide the major lymph organs lymph nodes tonsils spleen appendix thymus bone marrow Peyer s patches Describe the structure and function of lymph nodes and indicate the location of T cells B cells and macrophages in a typical lymph node on a histological slide Describe and be able to recognize the major anatomical features of the spleen tonsils lymph nodes and Peyer s patches Be able to explain generally about how bacteria travel from person to person and how it relates to handwashing and disease transmission