2Explain Parfocal Inversion Summarize the procedure for preparing a wet mount slide
3Questions What is the function of tendons and ligaments? Name the enzyme that breaks down ATP during a muscle contraction.What is the function of red bone marrow?What is the chemical composition of the yellow bone marrow?
4a) A eukaryotic animal cell has a large PlasmamembraneCytoplasmOrganellesNucleusLabel EditFigure 3.1aEukaryotes versus prokaryotes.a) A eukaryotic animal cell has a largenucleus and numerous small organelles.The cytoplasm is enclosed by a flexibleplasma membrane.
5QuestionIdentify and label three structures of the animal cells
7QuestionWhat appearance will red blood cells have when they are placed in the following solutions? Explain your answer in detail.HypertonicIsotonicHypotonic
8Label EditFigure 3.13bThe effect of extracellular fluid tonicity on cell volume.8
9Coxal bones and sacrum (pelvis) Pubic symphysis Femur (upper leg) Figure 5.12Coxal bones andsacrum (pelvis)PubicsymphysisFemur (upper leg)Patella (knee cap)TibiaFigure 5.12 Bones of the pelvic girdle and the left leg and foot.Lower legFibula7 Tarsals (ankle)5 Metatarsals (foot)14 Phalanges (toe bones)9
14Spongy bone(spaces containred bonemarrow)EpiphysisCompact boneYellowbonemarrowBloodvesselDiaphysisPeriosteumCentral cavity(contains yellowbone marrow)Epiphysisa) A partial cut through a long bone.Figure 5.1a
26OsteonsThe Osteon: label the osteocytes, lamellea, lacuna and canaliculi.Why is the central canal larger compared to the other components of bone tissue?Describe the appearance of the canaliculi and give their function.
27QuestionDescribe how an osteocyte located near a central canal can pass nutrients to osteocytes located far from the central canal.
28Identify the following structures SarcomereMotor neuronSarcoplasmic reticulumT-tubulesActin and myosin
3214 Phalanges (finger bones) Figure 5.11Clavicle(collar bone)Pectoral girdleScapula(shoulder blade)Humerus(upper arm)UlnaForearmFigure 5.11 Bones of the right side of the pectoral girdle and the right arm and hand.Radius8 Carpals (wrist)5 Metacarpals (hand)14 Phalanges (finger bones)32