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

 

Sample Notebook Pages

These pages display the criteria by which I was grading notebooks this grading period.  We will go over them in lab as well.

The first three images are of notes taken by students during a demonstration dissection, showing appropriate detail in the information which was being given as the dissection was performed.

Setting up your Microbiology Lab Notebook

Setting up your Microbiology Lab Notebook

Use a graph-lined 10.25 x 7.875 inch composition notebook.
Use a Precise V5 permanent black pen for all primary entries (You may add color to the line drawing later.) Mount the provided name plate on the front of the book as shown.

00_schedules_P8140010
Mount the two lab schedules (first half and second half of the course) on the inside cover and the facing page (page i).
The second half schedule will be distributed half way through the quarter

01_Handout_Table_P7260007
Mount the First Half Handout Table of Contents on page ii. Fill in the page numbers in your notebook where the protocols are to be found as you mount them in the notebook.
Reserve page iii for the Second Half Handout Table of Contents, to be handed out half way through the quarter.

00_your_table_contentsP7270007
Type up and mount your table of contents for the contents of your notebook on pages iv and v.
When you hand in your notebook the second time, mount the table of contents for the second half of your notebook on pages v and vi.
03_slide_index_P7260008
Mount the Index to Prepared Micro Slides on page 1.
Leave the “Page in your notebook” column uncovered so that you can enter the page number of the respective illustrations.

04_Notebook_Procedures_P7060081
Mount Micro Laboratory Notebook Procedures on page 2 of your notebook.
11_conclusions_P7260019
Before handing in your notebook for grading, type up 3-5 comments or suggestions on a single page as specified in the Lab Notebook Procedures. Mount it as shown.
12_wordstems_P2070085
Type up any new wordstems given which were not in the cumulative list of wordstems with the date given.
Mount it on the last page of your notebook and indicate the date you mounted the typed list.
18_grade_slips_P7260023
On the inside cover of your notebook, mount in chronological order all gradeslips which have been given you with returned graded material. (One point per slip mounted)

Making Notebook Illustrations

Notebook illustrations are an important class of scientific notes intended to record and communicate observations and visual data, including shape, unique traits, relative size, relationships to other features, etc. They require you to look closely at the specimen, reinforce its structure in your mind by drawing its outlines in two dimensions. You may then review these data in the future. The following guidelines should make your illustrations useful for these purposes.

  1. Illustrate a single illustration per page unless it is a second illustration to expand on primary subject of page, or you are directed to draw two illustrations/page. (Multiple pieces of simple equipment may be drawn on the same page.) Start the illustration below the ninth line on the page to allow space for title and cross ref.
  2. Use the right hand page for illustrations, left for printed protocols. It prevents bleed-through of the ink which obscures drawings. (If you are left handed, you may reverse this suggested pattern.)
  3. The subject of the illustration should be the title of the page.
  4. Below the title, give the cross reference to the location in your notebook of the protocol which you followed, and any text or resource which might give additional information on the subject and/or its significance.
  5. If microscopic, first scan the entire specimen, find a characteristic view with all features noted in the protocol or lecture. Adjust lighting and focus for optimum resolution.
  6. Make a line drawing of the slide with black permanent ink. Draw it to fill most of the allotted space. You may add characteristic colors later if you desire. Do not use colored pencils to make your initial drawing, they are too faint and indistinct.
  7. Label all features listed in protocol or mentioned in lab directly (not in lists). Take care to spell them correctly. (Frequently refer to the protocol while you make your drawing.)
  8. Briefly describe the function or significance of each feature. (This should be done at home.)
  9. In the legend below the illustration, give the source of the specimen if known, the preparatory treatment (staining, etc) to which it was subjected and the stain’s special significance for the features observed, if any.
  10. Give the power of magnification at the lower right of your illustration.
  11. On the with the corresponding protocol, cross reference to the illustration. On protocols with multiple slides, it is convenient and acceptable to enter the page of the illustration to the left of the protocol’s slide commentary. If you used any other source of information for your illustration, you must indicate the source.

Setting up your Microbiology Lab Notebook

Setting up your Microbiology Lab Notebook

Use a graph-lined 10.25 x 7.875 inch composition notebook.
Use a Precise V5 permanent black pen for all primary entries (You may add color to the line drawing later.)
Mount the provided name plate on the front of the book as shown.
00_schedules_P8140010
Mount the two lab schedules (first half and second half of the course) on the inside cover and the facing page (page i).
The second half schedule will be distributed half way through the quarter.

01_Handout_Table_P7260007

Mount the First Half Handout Table of Contents on page ii. Fill in the page numbers in your notebook where the protocols are to be found as you mount them in the notebook.
Reserve page iii for the Second Half Handout Table of Contents, to be handed out half way through the quarter.

00_your_table_contentsP7270007

Type up and mount your table of contents for the contents of your notebook on pages iv and v.
When you hand in your notebook the second time, mount the table of contents for the second half of your notebook on pages v and vi.

03_slide_index_P7260008

Mount the Index to Prepared Micro Slides on page 1.
Leave the “Page in your notebook” column uncovered so that you can enter the page number of the respective illustrations.

04_Notebook_Procedures_P7060081
Mount Micro Laboratory Notebook Procedures on page 2 of your notebook.

11_conclusions_P7260019

Before handing in your notebook for grading, type up 3-5 comments or suggestions on a single page as specified in the Lab Notebook Procedures. Mount it as shown.

12_wordstems_P2070085

Type up any new wordstems given which were not in the cumulative list of wordstems with the date given.
Mount it on the last page of your notebook and indicate the date you mounted the typed list.

18_grade_slips_P7260023

On the inside cover of your notebook, mount in chronological order all gradeslips which have been given you with returned graded material. (One point per slip mounted)