BIOL 223L Lab 1
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BIOL 223L Lab 1
anatomy physiology histology
Study Cards for Lab 1 BIOL 223L CSN
When you examine something under a microscope, you look into the:
What connects the eyepiece of a microscope to the nosepiece?
the body tube
The individual "powered" lenses on a microscope are known as:
The powered lenses on a microscope can be found on the:
When you carry a microscope, you grip it by the:
What does a microscope slide rest on while you are examining it?
The part of a microscope that adjusts the placement of the slide is known as the:
The large focus knob is called the:
coarse adjustment knob
After a rough focus on low power, you should be able to switch objectives and only use the _______ adjustment knob.
The microscope sits on it's:
The light source of a microscope is known as the:
What filters and refracts the light on a microscope?
The condenser can be raised and lowered by utilizing the:
sub-stage adjustment knob
What do you adjust on the condenser to let in more or less light?
the iris diaphragm lever
List the three basic elements of tissue in the human body.
List the four general tissue types.
The thin layer of extracellular material comprised of glycoproteins, collagen, and reticular fibers that attaches epithelial cells to underlying tissue is known as the:
basal lamina (basement membrane)
The side of epithelial cells closest to the basement membrane is the _______ surface.
The side of the epithelial cell furthest away from the basal membrane is the _______ surface.
Where in the body would you commonly find simple squamos epithelium?
lining of the lungs
Where in the body do you find stratified squamos epithelium?
Where in the body do you find simple cuboidal epithelium?
Where in the body do you find simple columnar epithelium?
the small intestine
Where in the body do we find pseudostratified columnar epithelium?
lining the upper respiratory tract
Where in the body do we find transitional epithelium?
the urinary bladder
Where in the body do we find smooth muscle?
the digestive tract
What prevents separation of cardiac muscle cells due to the forces of contraction?
What lymphatic organ is found superior to the stomach?
Which organs are found resting superior to the kidneys?
the suprarenal glands
What type of tissue is found in areas where you need transport and have no abrasion?