Anatomy Lab 2

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  1. What stage in the cell cycle is this?
    Interphase [Picture]
  2. What stage in the cell cycle is this?
    Prophase [Picture]
  3. What stage in the cell cycle is this?
    Metaphase [Picture]
  4. What stage in the cell cycle is this?
    Anaphase [Picture]
  5. What stage in the cell cycle is this?
    Telophase [Picture]
  6. What type of tissue is this? Where is it?
    Squamos Epithelium [Picture]

    Forms Epidermis
  7. What type of cell type is this?
    Squamos Epithelium [Picture]
  8. What type of cell type is this?
    Cuboidal Epithelium [Picture]
  9. What type of cell type is this?
    Cuboidal Epithelium [Picture]
  10. What specific type of tissue is this?
    Columnar Epithelium [Picture]
  11. What specific type of tissue is this?
    Columnar Epithelium [Picture]
  12. What specific type of tissue is this?
    Connective - Adipose [Picture]
  13. What specific type of tissue is this?
    Connective - Adipose [Picture]
  14. What specific type of tissue is this?
    Connective - Bone [Picture]
  15. What specific type of tissue is this?
    Connective - Hyaline Cartilage [Picture]
  16. What specific type of tissue is this?
    Connective - Hyaline Cartilage [Picture]
  17. What specific type of tissue is this?
    Muscle - Skeletal [Picture]
  18. What specific type of tissue is this?
    Muscle - Skeletal [Picture]
  19. What specific type of tissue is this?
    Nervous - Neuron [Picture]
  20. What is in Nucleus during Interphase?
    Chromatin and Nucleoli
  21. Chromosomes? Chromatids? Chromatin?
    Chromosomes are formed out of chromatin when cell is getting ready to divide. Chromosomes turn into sister Chromatids when division is in process.
  22. The connecting point of chromatids in a chromosomes is called?
    Centromere
  23. What is Chromatin?
    thread-like filaments of DNA in nucleus.
  24. What does Interphase look like?
    normal cell growth. Visible nucleus, nuclear membrane, nucleoli, and chromatin
  25. What does Prophase look like?
    • nuclear membrane and nucleoli disappear.
    • Chromosomes appear.
  26. What does Metaphase look like?
    Chromosomes line up on equator of the cell
  27. What does Anaphase look like?
    Chromatids from each chromosome separates and are pulled to opposite sides of the cell.
  28. What does Telophase look like?
    • Chromatids reach extremes of cell.
    • Nuclear membrane appear around each cluster
    • Nucleoli reappear
    • Cell plate appears between nuclei
    • Cytokinesis occurs.
  29. What do Skeletal Muscles look like?
    • Striated but no interculated disks.
    • Have many nuclei
  30. Who has Striations?
    only found on Skeletal and Cardiac.
  31. What do Cardiac Muscles look like?
    Striated, intercalated disks.
  32. What do Smooth Muscle look like?
    no striations, spindle shaped
  33. What are the stages of the Cell Cycle?
    • 1. Interphase
    • 2. Prophase
    • 3. Metaphase
    • 4. Anaphase
    • 5. Telophase
  34. What are the four basic Tissues?
    • 1. epitherlial
    • 2. connective
    • 3. muscle
    • 4. nervous
  35. What are the three Cell Types of epithelial tissues?
    • 1. squamous
    • 2. cuboidal
    • 3. columnar
  36. What are the three types of Muscle tissue?
    • 1. Skeletal
    • 2. Cardiac
    • 3. Smooth
  37. What are some Connective tissues?
    • Bone
    • Adipose
    • Hyaline Cartilage
    • Blood
  38. Phylogeny
    the evolutionary history of a group of organisms
  39. Homologies
    any character or structure that is similar in two or more organisms due to common ancestory
  40. Analogies
    any character that is similar bcause two organisms evolved under similar environmental pressures
  41. Taxonomy
    the study of the basis, principles, procedures, and rules of classification
  42. Cladistics is also called
    phylogenetics
  43. Cladistics
    places organisms into groups based on their recency of common descent.
  44. Synapomorphies
    is a shared, derived (different from the ancestral condition) character
  45. Symplesiomorphies
    is a shared ancestral condition
  46. Volvox
    • Kingdom Protista
    • Phylum Chlorophyta
    • Green Algae
  47. Giardia
    • Kingdom Protista
    • Phylum Retortamonada
    • Class: Diplomonadea
  48. Trichomonas
    • Kingdom Protista
    • Phylum Axostylata
    • Class Parabasalea
  49. Euglena
    • Kingdom Protista
    • Phylum Euglenozoa
    • Class Auglenoidea
    • Same Phylum as Typanosoma
  50. Typanosoma
    • Kingdom Protista
    • Phylum Euglenozoa
    • Class Trypanosomatidea
    • Same Phylum as Euglena
  51. Plasmodium
    • Kingdom Protista
    • Phylum Apicomplexa
    • Class Coccidea
  52. Paramecium
    • Kingdom Protista
    • Phylum Ciliophora (same as Stentor, Vorticella, Didinium)
  53. Stentor
    • Kingdom Protista
    • Phylum Ciliophora (same as Paramecium, Vorticella, Didinium)
  54. Vorticella
    • Kingdom Protista
    • Phylum Ciliophora (same as Paramecium, Stentor, Didinium)
  55. Didinium
    • Kingdom Protista
    • Phylum Ciliophora (same as Paramecium, Stentor, Vorticella)
  56. What need to be located on Amoeba?
    Nucleus and pseudopodia
  57. What needs to be located on Difflugia?
    the test
  58. What needs to be located on Volvox?
    daughter colony
  59. What needs to be located on Trichomonas?
    Axostyle
  60. What needs to be located on Plasmodium?
    Ring Stage
  61. What needs to be located on Paramecium?
    • Cilia
    • Contractive Vacuole
    • Micronucleus
    • Macronucleus
  62. What does the Iris Diaphtagm control?
    Resolution or Resolving Power.
  63. What does condensor do?
    condenses light
  64. Not eye piece but
    occular lens
  65. 4x
    scanning objective lens
  66. 40x
    high dry objective lens
  67. 100x
    oil immersion objective lens
  68. Parfocal
    stays focused from one power to the next
  69. Total magnification
    objective lens x occular lens
  70. Name:
    Difflugia
  71. Identify the line
    Test

    Difflugia
  72. Name:
    Amoeba
  73. Identify the top lines:
    Pseudopodia

    Amoeba
  74. Name:
    Vorticella
  75. Name:
    Stentor
  76. Name:
    Paramecium
  77. Name the top line:
    Contractile Vacuole

    Paramecium
  78. Name the middle line:
    Micronucleus

    Paramecium
  79. Name the bottom line:
    Macronucleus

    Paramecium
  80. Name the lone line:
    Cilia

    Paramecium
  81. Name:
    Plasmodium
  82. Name the line:
    Ring Stage

    Plasmodium
  83. Name:
    Trichomonas
  84. Name the line:
    Axostyle

    Trichomonas
  85. Name:
    Giardia
  86. Name:
    Typanosoma
  87. Name:
    Euglena
  88. Name:
    Volvox
  89. Name the line:
    Daughter Colony

    Volvox

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