Anatomy & Physiology 2001 Lecture Notes

Anatomy & Physiology 2001 Lecture Notes

01_A&P_Intro.27Aug15

02_Chemistry_for_A_and_P.25August2016

03_Tissues_Epithelium.30Aug2016

04_connective-_tissues-sept2016

05_cartilage-13sept16

06_integumentary_sys-13sept16

07_skeleton_intro-15sept16

08_Ossification.17Sept15

09_features-of-bones_tip_to_toe-17sept15

10_skeleton_axial_skull-20sept2016

11_skeleton_vetebral_col-22sept2016

12_skeleton_upper_appendicular-29sept2016

13_skeleton_lower_appendicular-04oct2016

14_articulations-10oct2016

15_movements_joints-10oct2016

16_muscle_microanatomy-18oct2016

17_muscle_physiology-18oct2016

18_muscles_head__neck-20oct2016

18b_Muscles_Trunk.Nov15

19_Muscle_upper_appendage.Nov15

20a_Muscles_acting_Thigh_leg.Nov15

20b_Muscles_acting_Ankle_Foot.Nov15

21_Nervous_System_Intro.Nov15

22_Neurophysiology.Nov15

23_Membranes_ventricles.Nov15

24_Medulla_Cerebellum_Pons.Nov15

25_Mesencephalon_Diencephalon.Apr13

26_Telencephalon.Apr13

26_Telencephalon.Nov15

27_Cranial_Nerves.Apr13

27_Cranial_Nerves.Nov15

28.5_Spinal_Tracts_reflexes.Jan12

28_Spinal_Cord.Apr13

28_Spinal_Cord.Dec15

29_Spinal_Tracts_reflexes.Jan11

30.0_Autonomic_neurotransmitters.Feb10

30.5_Autonomic_NS.Jan12

31_Integration.Feb10

32_Emotions_Memory.Feb11

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Anatomy & Physiology 2001 Lab Handouts

Anatomy & Physiology 2001 Lab Handouts

001_Table_ContentsA&P2001.24Aug2015

02_2015_A&P2001_Syllabus_without_special_senses.Calendar_24Aug2015

02_Microbiology_Syllabus_Calendar_Fall 2015.20Aug2015

03_How_A&P201.Jan2013

04a_2001_Wordstems_chrono_04.Jan2013

05_Cumulative_Wordstems.Jan2013

06_Study_Groups.Dec09

07_Study_Group_Report_A&P_2001.20Aug2015

08_A&P_2001_Lab_Schedule.23Aug2015

09_Slide_index_2001.Jan2013

10_Notebook_Procedure_AP.Aug2015

11_A&P_Notebook_Gradesheet_1st_Sample.13Oct2011

12_NB_Second_08Apr13

 

First Year Biology 1081 Lab, In-Class Handouts, Directory

04_Table_of_Contents_Format.Apr13

05_Cumulative_list_Format.Oct2013

06_Contact_Paper.July09

08_Microscope_Features&Care.Sept11

10_Notebook_Gradesheet_1st_9Oct2013

15_Microscope_Features&Care.Sept11

15_Notebook_Gradesheet_2nd_20Nov2013_sample

16_How_to_View_a_Slide.Sept10

21_Spectrophotometer.June02

22a_Graph_Construction.July10

22b_Graph_Construction.Sept10

24_Displacement_Pipette.June09

First Year Biology 1081 Lab, Lab Packet and Directions

I have not taught BioLab 1081L course in several years.

Here are directions for How to Print Lab Manual which Jan Carter put together, based on protocols I created awhile back.

Please print out the packet, cut it into 5.5 x 8.5 inch pages, and have it bound with spiral binding at a local copy store (Kinko’s, Office Max, etc). I will give specific instructions on the first day of lab.

Directory of Handouts for the semester

Directory of Images from the FIRST TWO Quizzes of the semester, GRID.

Directory of Images from the FIRST TWO Quizzes of the semester, SLIDESHOW.

NOTE: Some images will be used for the midterm.

The following links will take you to illustrated pages or PDF files to explain each topic in more detail:

Table of Contents

Schedule of Lab Activities, Fall 2014

Laboratory Notebook Procedure

Format Suggestions for Table of Contents

Format Suggestions for Cumulative Lists (Fauna and Flora)

Use of Contact Paper for Mounting Handouts

Notebook Illustrations

The Binocular Microscope: Its Features & Care

How to View a Slide & Microscope, Storage Grade Sheet

Sample First Notebook, Grade Sheet

Field Hike Protocol

Sprouting Seeds

Chromatographic Separation of Photosynthetic Pigments

Spectra of Isolated Photosynthetic Pigments

Mitosis versus Meiosis

Biological Aspects of a Healthful Salad

Making Yogurt

Making Labneh (simple yogurt cheese)

Making Hard Cheese: 1 Gallon of Milk

Making Hard Cheese: 5 Gallons of Milk

Making Ricotta

 

 

Genetics and Cell Biology 2081 Lab Handouts

Genetics and Cell Biology 2081 Lab Handouts

10_Table_of_Contents_Genetics_Cell_Lab.24Aug2014

11_Genetics_Cell_Lab_Schedule.24Aug2014

12_Notebook_Procedure_AP.24Aug2014

13_Format_Table_of_Contents.23Aug14

14_Contact_Paper.July09

15_Illustrations.23Aug14

16_Notebook_Gradesheet_SAMPLE_1st_09Oct2013

17_Notebook_Gradesheet_2nd_27Nov2013

18_a_b_Microscope_Features&Care.Aug13

19_How_to_View_a_Slide.Sept10

20_a_Leaf_Histology_b_Cells_Lab.Sept12

21_Tooth_Scraping.Sept03

22_Microbiuret_Standardization.Sept13

23_Protein_in_unknowns_Expt_Layout.27Aug2013

24_Protein_in_unknowns_Data_Table.10Sept2013

25_Spectrophotometer.June02

26_Graph_Construction.July10

28_Math_Problems_Sept04

29_a_b_Displacement_Pipette.June09

29_Glycolysis.Oct1130_Krebs_Cycle.Oct12

30_Lactase_Assay.Sept12

31_Reagents_Calculations_for_Lactase_Assay.Aug13

32_pH_Optimum.Oct12

33_Glycolysis.Oct11

33_Lactase_in_Ecoli.Mar11

34_Krebs_Cycle.Oct12

36_Lineweaver_Burk_Lactase_Oct2013_0345_001

37_Sprouting_Seeds.Jan12

38_DNA_extraction_thymus.April2016

38_DNA_extraction_thymus.Nov12

40a_Root_Tip_Harvest.Jan10

41_Staining_Root_Tip_Chromos.Dec08

42_Chloroplasts.Nov1042a_b_Chloroplast_Isolation.Data_table.Nov12

42a_Chloroplast_Isolation.Nov10

43_Chloroplast_Reduction.Nov12

44_Drosophila_Culture.Dec11

47_Dissection_Scope.Nov12

48_Drosophila_Chromosomes.Jan11

49_Electrophoresis_Practice.Dec11

50a_DNA_Electrophoresis.Dec09

51_DNA_Digestion.Dec08

52a_DNA_fr_buccal_cells.Feb11

52b_DNA_from_hair.Dec09

x43_Chi_Squared_Table

x44_Chi_Squared_Demo.Dec09

First Year Biology Lab 1082L

First Year Biology Lab 1082L

Table of Contents

I have not taught BioLab 1082L course in several years. Here are instructions for how to print out, cut and bind your First Year BioLab manual. Please print out the packet, cut it into 5.5 x 8.5 inch pages, and have it bound with spiral binding at a local copy store (Kinko’s, Office Max, etc. Costs about $4.50). I will give specific instructions on the first day of lab.

I will be adding and/or modifying many of these protocols as we work our way through the quarter. Stay tuned.

HERE ARE PDFs OF ALL THE HANDOUTS I HAVE GIVEN OUT THIS SEMESTER.

The following links will take you to illustrated pages to explain each topic in more detail and with images:

Handout: Students must mount these protocols in their notebooks. All students are responsible for them and should know them.

Table of Contents
Schedule of Lab Activities, Biology Lab 1082L, Spring Semester 2014

Laboratory Notebook Procedure

Format Suggestions for Table of Contents  

Format Suggestions for Cumulative Lists.

Use of Contact Paper for Mounting Handouts

Notebook Illustrations 

The Binocular Microscope: Its Features & Care

How to View a Slide & Microscope, storage gradesheet 

Sample Notebook Grade sheet from previous semester

Field Hike Protocol

Binocular Care and Use

Sprouting Seeds

Writing a Scientific Paper

Making Yogurt

Making Labneh (simple yogurt Cheese)

Making Hard Cheese: for 1 gallon of milk, for 5 gallons of milk.

Making Ricotta

Fungi Sporulation (Images Only, No Alt-Tag/Captions)

Mosses and Ferns (Images Only, No Alt-Tag/Captions)

Microbiology 2031

Microbiology 2031

Here are pdfs for lecture notes and lab protocols (please do not reproduce without written permission):
LECTURE NOTES: Here is a directory of informal lecture notes for my course. Please read the paragraph below.**
LABORATORY PROTOCOLS AND HANDOUTS: a directory of lab handouts.
BELOW ARE ILLUSTRATED PAGES FOR THE HANDOUTS CREATED FOR THIS COURSE.
PLEASE DO NOT REPRODUCE WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION.
The following protocols have been written by David Fankhauser for his Microbiology Course at the University of Cincinnati Clermont College.
They should not be reproduced without his express written permission. Thank you.

1) Table of Contents
2) Micro 2031 2015 Fall Semester Course Syllabus
3) How to Take a Fankhauser Course
4) Study Groups: Towards Effective Peer Education
5) Study Group Report Form
6) Micro Wordstems I, first half of quarter
7) Micro Wordstems II, second half of quarter
8) Micro Cumulative Wordstems List with meanings

FOR THE LAB NOTEBOOK:
9) Lab Schedule for Microbiology 2031, Spring 2015
10) Laboratory Notebook Procedure (Here is a pdf of the handout, 2012) Here is an illustrated page devoted to setting up your Microbiology Lab book.
11) Format for Table of Contents
12) Use of Contact Paper for Mounting Handouts
13) Sample First Notebook Gradesheet from previous year
14) Notebook Illustrations
15) Making Root Beer at Home
15b) Bacterial Colonies on Potato Slices a la Koch
16) Index to Micro Slides
17a) Binocular Microscope: Its Features and Care
17b) Microscope Storage Gradesheet
18a) How to View a Slide
18b) Bacterial Morphology for Microbiology Students
19) Sample Math Problems for Microbiology
20) Use of Oil Immersion Objective
21) Equipment for a Microbiology Workstation
22) Bacteriological Smear and Staining Protocol
23) Buccal Smear
24) Bacterial Flora of Teeth
25) Microbiological Media Preparation
26) Commonly Used Solid Media and Other Common Microbiological Media
27) Other Commonly Used Media for Phage Growth
28) Autoclave Use
29) Bacterial Growth Curve: E coli on various types of liquid media
30) Spectrophotometer Use
31) Graph Construction (Here is a pdf of an example notebook page demonstrating Graph Construction.)
32 & 33) Two sheets of three cycle semi-log paper
34) Preparation of Wet Mount Slide
35) Gram Stain Protocol
36) Milk Fermenters
37) Dilutions with Sample Problems
38) Serial Dilution, Pipetting Practice
39) Displacement Pipetters: Their Care and Use
40) Sterile Technique: Delivery of Liquids by Pipette
41) Spreading Technique for Plating Bacteria
42) Yeast Plate Count Protocol
43) Bacterial Anatomy (on Prepared Slides)
44)
45) Table of Contents, Part 2
46) Lab Schedule for Microbiology 2031, Second half
47) Microbiology Wordstems, Second Half of Quarter
48) Sample Second Note Book Grade Sheet from previous year
49) Agar Overlay Technique
50) Demonstration of Bacterial Growth Inhibition
51) UV Killing of Bacteria
52) Additional Experiments with the UV Killing Assay
53) Hemolytic Streptococcus Detection by Throat Culture
54) Assay for Coliform Contamination in Ambient Water
55) Single Colony Isolation
56) Triple Sugar Iron Agar and Its Use
57) Triple Sugar Iron Agar: Interpretation of Results
58) Pour Plate Technique for Bacterial Enumeration
59) Bacterial Contamination of Milk: Pour Plate Assay
60) Bacterial Contamination of Meat: Pour Plate Assay
61) Meat and Milk Assay Setup
62) Protozoan and Helminth Parasites
63) Protozoan Phyla and Examples (not required for NB)
64) Salmonella Detection
Preparation of Media for Salmonella Detection
66) Coliform in Drinking Water Assay, p 1
67) Coliform in Drinking Water Assay, p 2
68) Preparation of Bacteriophage Stocks
69) Titering of Bacterial Viruses

LINKS: Questions about microbes? Here is a rich resource page of information about microbes at microbes.info

**Here is a directory containing some of my lecture notes in *.pdf form. Note that they are outline form, and informal. If you see errors in them please let me know. Even with these notes printed out, I urge students to take their own detailed notes in class for several reasons. First, the act of writing is very important in creating a long term memory in your brain. Second, my lecture notes are only guidelines for my lectures. My students soon recognize that I often go on a tangent which may not be in my prepared notes. Third, when you review your own handwritten notes, you will see areas which are not clear, and provide you an opportunity to clarify the question at the beginning of the next class.

And here is the directory of *pdf files of my Microbiology Lab protocols.

The following are pages which contain links to web images related to lectures presented.

The History of Microbiology
The History of the Germ Theory of Disease.
Essentials of microscopy and staining.
Prokaryotic Anatomy
Enzymology and Metabolism
Catabolism
Microbial Fermentation (Part of previous page…)
Requirements for Microbial Growth and Media
Control of Microbial Growth, Physical Means
Control of Microbial Growth, Chemical Means
Microbial Genetics
Microbial Taxonomy
Staphylococci and Streptococci
Spore Forming Bacteria
Gram Negative Rods and Cocci
Mycoplasmas, Rickettsias, Chlamydias, Spirochetes, Vibrios
Mammalian Pathogenic Viruses
Disease Processes
Non-specific Defences
Immunology

Here is a page of illustrations related to the history of microbiology.