By Stuart Fox
The laboratory reports supplied during this handbook permit scholars to get to grips, in a manner that can't be accomplished through lecture and textual content by myself, with many basic techniques of body structure. Clinically-oriented lab routines heighten scholar curiosity and display the well-being purposes of body structure. each one lab is designed to supply hands-on adventure in employing physiological techniques, and calls for energetic participation to hold out the methods and gather info, in addition to severe considering talents to respond to the questions on the finish of every workout. The handbook is self-contained, so scholars can organize for the laboratory workouts and quizzes with no need to consult the textbook.
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__________________________________________________________________________ Test Your Understanding of Concepts 3. Explain how negative feedback mechanisms operate to maintain homeostasis. Use the terms sensor, integrating center, and effector in your answer. 30 Fox: Human Physiology Lab Manual, Ninth Edition 1. Introduction: Structure and Physiological Control Systems Text © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2002 4. Draw a flow diagram, illustrating cause and effect with arrows, to show how constant temperature is maintained in a water bath.
27 Fox: Human Physiology Lab Manual, Ninth Edition 1. Introduction: Structure and Physiological Control Systems Text © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2002 Fox: Human Physiology Lab Manual, Ninth Edition 1. 3 A. Negative Feedback in a Constant-Temperature Water Bath ____ temperature at which light goes on and heater is activated ____ temperature at which light and heater go off ____ temperature range permitted by negative feedback mechanism ____ set point of constant-temperature water bath ____ sensitivity of water bath to temperature deviations ____ time (minutes) required for the light to first go on when cold water was added ____ time (minutes) required for the light to first go out 1.
Cell Function and Biochemical Measurements Text © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2002 43 Fox: Human Physiology Lab Manual, Ninth Edition 2. Cell Function and Biochemical Measurements Text © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2002 Fox: Human Physiology Lab Manual, Ninth Edition 2. 1 A. CARBOHYDRATES: Measurement of Plasma Glucose Concentration 1. Record the absorbance values of solutions U and S. Absorbance of solution U: ________________ Absorbance of solution S: ________________ 2. Enter the unknown serum glucose concentration derived from the equation for Beer’s law in the space below.