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Anatomy and Physiology I
Unit 1: Introduction to Human Anatomy and PhysiologyExpand Unit 1: Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
Unit 2: The Cell and It’s EnvironmentExpand Unit 2: The Cell and It’s Environment
Unit 3: Cellular ChemistryExpand Unit 3: Cellular Chemistry
Unit 4: Biomolecules, Cell Architecture and Cellular Molecular FunctionExpand Unit 4: Biomolecules, Cell  Architecture and Cellular Molecular Function
Unit 5: Tissues, Membranes and GlandsExpand Unit 5: Tissues, Membranes and Glands
Unit 6: Integumentary SystemExpand Unit 6: Integumentary System
Unit 7: Skeletal System
Unit 8: Muscular System
Unit 9: Nervous System Introductory Concepts
Unit 10: The Central Nervous System - The Spinal Cord
Unit 11: The Central Nervous System - The Brain
Unit 12: The Autonomic Nervous System and Smooth Muscle
Lesson 7 - Lab 2 - Observations and Drawings of Human Cells

Student Performance Objectives
1. Draw representative cells of the human body in the scientific format: 3H pencil, unlined,
    white paper, proper heading for each sketch, indication of magnification, use of ruler to
    draw labelling lines, and neat labelling.


Lesson Outline
A. Protocol for drawings: emphasis on neatness and clarity
    1. Use of 3H (non-smudging) pencil
    2. Unlined (typing) paper utilized for drawings
    3. Proper heading: name, class, instructor, and date.
    4. Titling of each drawing based on a prepared slide's label
    5. Indication of total magnification used to make the drawing
    6. Use of ruler to draw lines from labels to item being labeled
    7. Use of neatly printed lettering for labels
    8. Proper placement of labels on one or both sides of the illustration
B. Students draw representative fields from the following prepared slides, to be handed in for
    grading.
    1. Blood
http://www.funsci.com/fun3_en/blood/blood.htm#15
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_blood_cell
    2. Giant multipolar neurons
        http://www.connecticutvalleybiological.com/giant-multipolar-neurons-slide-nonhuman-smear-p-14688.html
    3. Adipocytes
        
http://www.udel.edu/Biology/Wags/histopage/colorpage/ca/ca.htm
    4. Columnar epithelial cells with goblet cells from human intestine
       
http://bio.rutgers.edu/~gb102/lab_6/601dm-simplecol.html
    5. Ciliated epithelial cells from human trachea
       
 http://bio.rutgers.edu/~gb102/lab_6/601em-pseudostrat.html


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