PCC BIO 160IN - Lab Sign Off Page - lesson 9 Chapter 10 (6 pages)

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Pima Community College
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Bio 160in - Intro Human Anatomy & Phys

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BIO 160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology Biology 160 Pima Community College Downtown Campus LAB SIGN OFF PAGE Lesson 9 CHAPTER 10 Name Please staple all of your lab pages for this Chapter together with this page as the top You will use this page to get your Labs for the Chapter signed off by the Biology Learning Center staff You need to have all of the following steps initialed by a staff member before you can be allowed to take the Chapter Exam After you have obtained all of your sign offs for this Chapter be sure that a BLC staff member indicates on your Lab Card that you are OK to take the Chapter Exam Also keep this sign off page along with your completed lab worksheets as proof of your lab completion If your Lab Card indicates that you have not completed the required Labs for this Chapter and you feel that you have it is up to you to provide proof that you have indeed done the Labs Keep this page Blood Typing Drawings of cells in blood smear Last updated 3 21 14 1 BIO 160 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology Composition and Function of Blood Blood is classified as a tissue The formed elements are the living blood cells The non living fluid matrix is called Spun blood separates into 3 layers What does the buffy coat consist of What does the reddish mass at the bottom of the tube consist of What percent of your blood is plasma A normal hematocrit reading is around 45 What does the 45 refer to Plasma is the liquid portion of blood and it is water Over 100 substances are dissolved in plasma Plasma proteins are the most abundant solutes in plasma Most plasma proteins are produced by the Which plasma protein contributes to the osmotic pressure of blood Which plasma proteins are involved with healing injured blood vessels Which plasma proteins help protect the body from pathogens Blood must stay in the pH range of 7 35 7 45 which is slightly The formed elements comprise about 45 of the total blood volume The formed elements are the WBCs RBCs and



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