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Exploring Human Biology in the Laboratory

Matthew M. Douglas, Jonathan M. Douglas
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Chapter 1: The Scientific Method14
Chapter 1 Introductory Page1
Exercise 1.1 Introduction to the Scientific Method2
Exercise 1.2 Application of the Scientific Method4
Exercise 1.3 Skill Reinforcement4
Chapter 1 Closing Page1
Chapter 1 Review Questions2
Chapter 2: Cell Structure and Function12
Chapter 2 Introductory Page1
Exercise 2.1 The Compound Microscope2
Exercise 2.2 Wet-Mount Slides of Plant and Animal Cells2
Exercise 2.3 Function of Plasma Membranes: Diffusion and Osmosis2
Exercise 2.4 Organization of a Cell2
Chapter 2 Closing Page1
Chapter 2 Review Questions2
Chapter 3: Organic Compounds14
Chapter 3 Introductory Page1
Exercise 3.1 Biomolecules5
Exercise 3.2 Polymers4
Exercise 3.3 Chemical Tests and Closing Page2
Chapter 3 Review Questions2
Chapter 4: Body Tissues22
Chapter 4 Introductory Pages2
Exercise 4.1 Epithelial Tissues5
Exercise 4.2 Connective Tissues5
Exercise 4.3 Muscle Tissues3
Exercise 4.4 Nervous Tissue1
Chapter 4 Closing Page2
Chapter 4 Review Questions4
Chapter 5: Organization of the Human Body14
Chapter 5 Introductory Page1
Exercise 5.1 Anatomical Position1
Exercise 5.2 Body Cavities2
Exercise 5.3 Body Regions2
Exercise 5.4 Terms of Anatomical Direction2
Exercise 5.5 Internal Organs1
Exercise 5.6 Body Planes and Sections2
Chapter 5 Closing Page1
Chapter 5 Review Questions2
Chapter 6: Integumentary System10
Chapter 6 Introductory Page1
Exercise 6.1 Structures of the Skin3
Exercise 6.2 Appendages of the Skin3
Chapter 6 Closing Page1
Chapter 6 Review Questions2
Chapter 7: Skeletal System18
Chapter 7 Introductory Page1
Exercise 7.1 Bone Anatomy3
Exercise 7.2 Bone Tissues2
Exercise 7.3 Bones of the Axial Skeleton4
Exercise 7.4 Bones of the Appendicular Skeleton2
Exercise 7.5 Skeletomuscular Movements3
Chapter 7 Closing Page1
Chapter 7 Review Questions2
Chapter 8: Muscular System18
Chapter 8 Introductory Page1
Exercise 8.1 Muscle Contraction3
Exercise 8.2 Major Skeletal Muscles of the Body9
Chapter 8 Closing Page1
Chapter 8 Review Questions4
Chapter 9: Nervous System22
Chapter 9 Introductory Pages 2
Exercise 9.1 Nerve Impulse Conduction4
Exercise 9.2 Spinal Reflexes2
Exercise 9.3 Central Nervous System5
Exercise 9.4 Sheep or Cow Brain Dissection2
Exercise 9.5 Cranial and Spinal Nerves3
Chapter 9 Closing Page1
Chapter 9 Review Questions4
Chapter 10: General and Special Senses20
Chapter 10 Introductory Page1
Exercise 10.1 General Sense Receptors3
Exercise 10.2 Senses of Smell and Taste3
Exercise 10.3 Sense of Hearing3
Exercise 10.4 Sense of Vision7
Chapter 10 Closing Page1
Chapter 10 Review Questions2
Chapter 11: Endocrine System14
Chapter 11 Introductory Pages2
Exercise 11.1 Hormones1
Exercise 11.2 Hormones of the Pituitary Gland, Hypothalamus, and Pineal Gland4
Exercise 11.3 Hormones of the Thyroid and Parathyroids2
Exercise 11.4 Hormones of the Adrenal Glands and Pancreas2
Exercise 11.5 Hormones of the Gonads and Closing Page2
Chapter 11 Review Questions2
Chapter 12: Blood and the Cardiovascular System24
Chapter 12 Introductory Page1
Exercise 12.1 Blood2
Exercise 12.2 Blood Types: The ABO System3
Exercise 12.3 Antigen-Antibody Reactions2
Exercise 12.4 Blood Clotting Mechanisms1
Exercise 12.5 Structures of the Heart3
Exercise 12.6 Circulatory Patterns (include Figure 12.10 from page 190)4
Exercise 12.7 Physiology of the Cardiovascular System4
Exercise 12.8 Fetal Circulation2
Chapter 12 Closing Page1
Chapter 12 Review Questions2
Chapter 13: Enzymes and the Digestive System12
Chapter 13 Introductory Page1
Exercise 13.1 Enzymes2
Exercise 13.2 Environmental Conditions and Enzymatic Activity1
Exercise 13.3 Anatomy and Enzymes of the Digestive System5
Chapter 13 Closing Page1
Chapter 13 Review Questions2
Chapter 14: Urinary System10
Chapter 14 Introductory Page1
Exercise 14.1 Gross Anatomy of the Urinary System1
Exercise 14.2 Gross Anatomy of the Kidney1
Exercise 14.3 Microscopic Anatomy and Physiology of Nephrons2
Exercise 14.4 Healthy Urine and Urinalysis2
Chapter 14 Closing Page1
Chapter 14 Review Questions2
Chapter 15: Respiratory System16
Chapter 15 Introductory Page1
Exercise 15.1 Anatomy of the Respiratory System5
Exercise 15.2 Measurement of Pulmonary Lung Volume6
Exercise 15.3 Lung Disorders1
Chapter 15 Closing Page1
Chapter 15 Review Questions2
Chapter 16: Reproduction and Human Development20
Chapter 16 Introductory Pages2
Exercise 16.1: The Male Reproductive System4
Exercise 16.2: The Female Reproductive System4
Exercise 16.3 Human Development4
Exercise 16.4 Vertebrate Embryos and Closing Page (include page 260, which has answer to this exercise)3
Chapter 16 Review Questions3
Chapter 17: Cell Division, DNA, Genes, and Inheritance12
Chapter 17 Introductory Page1
Exercise 17.1 The Cell Cycle and the Stages of Mitosis2
Exercise 17.2 Mendelian Inheritance 3
Exercise 17.3 Correlated Traits3
Chapter 17 Closing Page1
Chapter 17 Review Questions2
Chapter 18: Biotechnology and Darwinian Medicine14
Chapter 18 Introductory Pages2
Exercise 18.1 DNA 2
Exercise 18.2: Simulated DNA Fingerprinting4
Exercise 18.3: Origin of Darwinian Medicine3
Chapter 18 Closing Page1
Chapter 18 Review Questions2
Chapter 19: General Evolution18
Chapter 19 Introductory Page1
Exercise 19.1 Evolution of Life4
Exercise 19.2 Identification and Comparison of Fossils2
Exercise 19.3 Homologous Structures2
Exercise 19.4 Evolutionary Trends 2
Exercise 19.5 Diversity Profiles2
Exercise 19.6 Comparison of Chimpanzee and Human Skeletons2
Chapter 19 Summary and Discussion1
Review Questions2
Chapter 20: Human Ecology14
Chapter 20 Introductory Page1
Exercise 20.1 Water Cycle2
Exercise 20.2 Carbon Cycle3
Exercise 20.3 Behavioral Ecology4
Chapter 20 Closing Pages2
Chapter 20 Review Questions2
Appendix A: Additional Thoughts on Human Evolution8
Appendix B: A Brief Dissection of the Fetal Pig14