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COMPLETE COURSE BIOS256 COMPLETE COURSE

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BIOS 256 Week 1 ilab Mechanical Digestion in the Gastrointestinal Tract

BIOS256 Week1 Lab1 EXERCISE
Directions:
a. Click the Contents button.
b. Open the Digestive System File.
c. Click Animations.
d. Click Mechanical Digestion in the Gastrointestinal Tract


BIOS 256 Week 2 ilab Introduction to Chemical Digestion

1. Explain the function of chemical digestion
2. What is the general function of digestive enzymes?
3. Identify other chemicals needed for digestion
4. Hydrolysis is the breakdown of larger molecules to form smaller molecules. Water molecules are used in this process
5. Analyze the reaction shown
6. As you have just seen, water molecules are important tohydrolytic reactions critical to digestion. Describe other critical water uses
7. The stomach produces hydrochloric acid. How is HCl critical to the following?

BIOS 256 Week 3 ilab Enzyme Activity Laboratory Report

PREDICTIONS
1. Sucrase will have the greatest activity at:
2. Sucrase will have the greatest activity at
3. Sucrase activity
Effect of pH on Enzyme Activity
1. Dependent Variable:
2. Independent Variable:
3.Controlled Variables:
Effect of Temperature on Enzyme Activity
1. Dependent Variable:
2. Independent Variable:
3. Controlled Variables;
Effect of Substrate Concentration on Enzyme Activity
1. Dependent Variable:
2. Independent Variable:
3. Controlled Variables:

BIOS 256 Week 4 Influence of Fluid Intake on Urine Formation Laboratory Report
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PREDICTIONS
1. Urine output will be highest during:
2. Urine osmolality will be lowest during:
3. Plasma osmolality:
METHODS AND MATERIALS
1. Dependent variable:
2. Independent variable:
3. Controlled variables:
4. Subjects were asked to refrain from alcohol and caffeine for a day before the start of the experiment. Explain why this is important.
5. What technique was used to measure urine and plasma osmolality?
RESULTS
See Table 3: Urine Production Rate
See Graph 1: Average Daily Urine Production Under Different Hydration States
Type in the following AVERAGE urine production rate (L/day)
·         Normal
·         Dehydrated
·         Water Loaded

BIOS 256 Week 5 Renal Absorption and Secretion

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Module: Balancing Fluids 
Activity: Animations
Title: Renal Absorption and Secretion

BIOS 256 Week 6 ilab Exercise

BIOS256 Week 6 Lab Exercise
Complete the following diagrams by putting the correct label into the tables below.
Male Reproductive System

BIOS 256 Week 7 ilab Exercise

BIOS256 WEEK 7 Lab Exercise
Complete the following exercises with the correct labeling of the following structures.
Female Reproductive Organs

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