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Parts of the Microscope and Their Function

Parts of the Microscope and Their Function

Parts of the Microscope and Their Function. On the next slide there is an image of a microscope, very similar to the scopes we use in class. Click on the boxes to see the name and function of each part of the microscope. Click on Me. Click on Me. Click on Me. Click on Me. Click on Me.

By summer
(518 views)

Abdominal Trauma

Abdominal Trauma

Abdominal Trauma. Dr. Roberts. Exterior Landmarks. Anterior Abdomen – transnipple line to inguinal ligament to symphysis pubis to ant. axillary line Flank – anterior to posterior axillary lines from 6 th intercostal space to iliac crest

By xanti
(584 views)

The respiratory system

The respiratory system

The respiratory system. Respiration:. 4 components: Ventilation Diffusion O2 and CO2 transport Utilization of O2 and generation of CO2. Ventilation:. Respiratory center in brainstem Motoric neurons Peripheral nerve: Phrenic nerves Diaphragm Chest wall Airways Alveoli. Lung volumes:.

By lysa
(65 views)

Respiratory Lab

Respiratory Lab

Respiratory Lab. Chapter 14. Ventral View of Respiratory System in situ. Label: Larynx, Trachea, Right and Left Primary Bronchi, Rt. And Lf. Cardiac Lobe, Rt. And Lf. Diaphragmatic Lobes, Rt. Apical Lobe, Rt. Intermediate Lobe, and the Diaphragm. System Removal.

By todd
(65 views)

Vasectomy : severing and tying of vas deferens; effective. Tubal ligation:

Vasectomy : severing and tying of vas deferens; effective. Tubal ligation:

Vasectomy : severing and tying of vas deferens; effective. Tubal ligation: oviducts cauterized; most effective. Spermicidal foam: prevent sperm from entering the uterus and oviducts; less effective. IUDs: coils inserted into the uterus; inflammatory disease. Diaphragm:

By harlan
(158 views)

Respiratory System

Respiratory System

Respiratory System. Healthy Lung Vs. Smokers Lung. http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=yskYG-EVlBY https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIURbmJZxIg. Upper Respiratory system. Internal Nares- Allows air to enter the nose and pass through into the nasal cavity. Upper Respiratory System.

By qamar
(105 views)

Vocal Production

Vocal Production

Vocal Production . One of Three Acting Tools How You Communicate. Parts of Body Needed. What Those Part Do…. Larynx-located in throat, called voice box Trachea-carries air, called windpipe Diaphragm-muscle at base of lungs Articulators-hard & soft palate, jaw, tongue, lips and teeth

By lajos
(120 views)

HBS

HBS

HBS . Unit 3 Review. Be able to . PP-Name the three entities the body needs to survive P-Describe how long the body can survive without each entity

By palti
(247 views)

Senior Health Information Guide

Senior Health Information Guide

Senior Health Information Guide . 12th Grade By Adrienne DiSipio. Welcome!. This is a basic over view for the following weeks to come You’ll be learning about Physical Issues Emotional Issues Social issues . BIG Ideas and Questions. Do I know how to be an active learner?

By emmy
(134 views)

CONTRACEPTION

CONTRACEPTION

CONTRACEPTION. Senior Health. How many teens become pregnant each year (U.S.)?. About 750,000 Majority are unplanned Factors that lead to this… L ack of correct information Belief of the incorrect information Alcohol & Drugs Peer pressure Portrayals of risk-free sex in the media. Facts.

By jeanne
(107 views)

DR. ARAVINDAKSHAN.G.K.

DR. ARAVINDAKSHAN.G.K.

DR. ARAVINDAKSHAN.G.K. APPLIED ANATOMY OF THORAX. The following bony prominences can usually be palpated in the living subject: superior angle of the scapula (T2 ) upper border of the manubrium sterni , the suprasternal notch (T2/3 ) spine of the scapula (T3 )

By hanne
(82 views)

Contraceptives

Contraceptives

Contraceptives. What is a contraceptive? Why are they used? Can you name a few???. ABSTINENCE. Not having sexual intercourse Complete Abstinence – Avoiding all intimate contact (anal and oral) Prevents pregnancy and STD’s 100% effective!!. Cervical Cap.

By krikor
(156 views)

Respiratory System

Respiratory System

Respiratory System . Learning Objectives. To identify and describe 5 structures of the respiratory system. To describe the process of inspiration To describe the process of expiration. Starter Activity. Write a list of as many structures of the respiratory system as you can. Introduction.

By poppy
(152 views)

Slacker’s Guide to Thoracic G ross Anatomy

Slacker’s Guide to Thoracic G ross Anatomy

Slacker’s Guide to Thoracic G ross Anatomy. Prepared by Mike Ori. Caveat Emptor. As with all slackers guides, I have omitted, condensed, and misunderstood information so don’t complain if I got something wrong, after all, you’re a slacker.

By paxton
(114 views)

HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS

HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS

HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS. LEVELS OF ORGANIZATION:. Tissue. Organ System. Organ. Cell. Organism. A . CELLS - basic unit of life TISSUE (groups of cells w/similar structure and function) ORGANS (groups of tissue working to do a specific job)

By lahela
(147 views)

Spokane Community College

Spokane Community College

Spokane Community College. Film critique. Overview. CXR - PA -Lateral Anatomy - Lungs - Heart -Cervical & Thoracic Spines - Ribs - Shoulder girdle

By chavi
(151 views)

The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System. Did you know?. How long can you hold your breath for? The world record for holding breath is 19 minutes and 21 seconds. (this is with inhaling pure oxygen beforehand). Without inhaling before hand is 8 minutes and 58 seconds. How did he do this? Youtube Clip.

By avel
(91 views)

Close Loop Gas Recirculation and Purification System for INO RPC System

Close Loop Gas Recirculation and Purification System for INO RPC System

Close Loop Gas Recirculation and Purification System for INO RPC System. A.V.Joshi 1 , S.D.Kalmani 2 , N.K.Mondal 2 , B.Satyanarayana 2 , P.Verma 2 1 Alpha Pneumatics, Thane, Mumbai, 400602 2 Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Colaba, Mumbai, 400005. INO’s 50kt magnetised ICAL detector.

By elmo
(150 views)

Respiratory System

Respiratory System

Respiratory System. Navasota Junior High. Processes of the Respiratory System. Breathing is the movement of the chest that brings air into the lungs and removes waste gases Oxygenating blood – oxygen is needed by all cells to release energy from glucose (cellular respiration)

By tomai
(75 views)

Welcome to...

Welcome to...

Welcome to. The Show of the Century. Recline Your Chair, Put Your Feet Up and Enjoy. Learning About the Respiratory System of the Human Body. Best viewed at full screen and high resolution. Oxygen Cell. Hi I am O 2 ,you can call me oxygen, and I will be your guide today.

By ziv
(92 views)

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