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Biology 233

Anatomy and Physiology III


Sylvania Laboratory Survival Guide


Lab Objectives and Worksheets to accompany

Fundamentals of Human Anatomy and Physiology,

By Frederic Martini, 7th Edition


Fall 2007 Update

Table of Contents

Lab Topic


Martini

PCC Lab


Guide Page
  • Safety Guidelines


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2

  • Disposal Guidelines

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3

  • Lab Presentation Instructions

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4

  1. Respiratory System

  2. Spirometry & Buffers

Chapter 23

5

11

  1. Digestive System

Chapter 24

16

  1. Digestive Enzymes

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23

  1. Urinary System

Chapter 26

29

  1. Urinalysis

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35

  1. Reproductive System Anatomy

Chapter 28

42

  1. Gametogenesis

Chapter 28

51

  1. Embryology

Chapter 29

55

  1. Principles of Heredity

Chapter 29

62

  • Evaluation Form

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76



Lab PowerPoint slides can be viewed at:

http://spot.pcc.edu/anatomy/lab.htm


PCC-Sylvania BI 233 Laboratory Supplement


  1. Upon entering the laboratory, please locate the exits, fire extinguisher, eyewash station, and clean up materials for chemical spills. Your instructor will demonstrate the location of fire blanket, safety kit, and showers.




  1. Read the general laboratory directions and any objectives before coming to lab.




  1. Food and drink, including water, are prohibited in laboratory. This is per Federal laboratory guidelines and per College Safety Policy. Do not chew gum, use tobacco products of any kind, store food or apply cosmetics in the laboratory. No drink containers of any kind may be on the benches.




  1. Please keep all personal materials off the working area. Store backpacks and purses at the rear of the laboratory, not beside or under benches. Some laboratory spaces have shelving in rear for this purpose.




  1. For your safety, please restrain long hair, loose fitting clothing and dangling jewelry. Hair ties are available, ask your instructor. Hats and bare midriffs are not acceptable in the laboratory. Shoes, not sandals, must be worn at all times in laboratory. You may wear a laboratory apron or lab coat if you desire, but it is not required.




  1. We do not wish to invade your privacy, but for your safety if you are pregnant, taking immunosuppressive drugs or who have any other medical conditions (e.g. diabetes, immunological defect) that might necessitate special precautions in the laboratory must inform the instructor immediately. If you know you have an allergy to latex or chemicals, please inform instructor.




  1. Decontaminate work surfaces at the beginning of every lab period using Amphyl solution. Decontaminate bench following any practical quiz, when given, and after labs involving the dissection of preserved material.




  1. Use safety goggles in all experiments in which solutions or chemicals are heated or when instructed to do so. Never leave heat sources unattended: hot plates or Bunsen burners.




  1. Wear disposable gloves when handling blood and other body fluids or when touching items or surfaces soiled with blood or other body fluids such as saliva and urine. (NOTE: cover open cuts or scrapes with a sterile bandage before donning gloves.) Wash your hands immediately after removing gloves.




  1. Keep all liquids away from the edge of the lab bench to avoid spills. Immediately notify your instructor of any spills. Keep test tubes in racks provided, except when necessary to transfer to water baths or hot plate. You will be advised of the proper clean-up procedures for any spill.




  1. Report all chemical or liquid spills and all accidents, such as cuts or burns, no matter how minor, to the instructor immediately.




  1. Use mechanical pipetting devices only. Mouth pipetting is prohibited.



Students who do not comply with these safety guidelines
will be excluded from the Laboratory
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