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1 SNC2D Animal Systems Test TUESDAY Dec 18

Know the diagrams, structures and functions of the:

  • circulatory system – components of blood and what each part does, blood vessels – arteries, veins, capillaries –> their layers and thicknesses and reasons for this, blood pressure types and changes during circulation, heart anatomy, sequence of blood flow through the heart, pulmonary circuit vs systemic circuit and gas exchange, atherosclerosis
  • respiratory system – conducting zone vs the respiratory zone anatomy, zoom in on respiratory zone –> the cells involved in this and what they do, gas exchange on this level, inhale and exhale –> volume/pressure changes  and the anatomy that makes this happen, collapsed lung
  • digestive system – parts of the digestive tract, roles of each organ, mechanical versus chemical digestion –> what enzymes are, where they are made, what they do and where they function, how bile works to allow for fat and oil digestion –> emulsification, how macronutrients are processed and where they get into our blood stream, acid reflux



Posted in P1 SNC2D Science

1 SNC2D Lesson Plans for Monday October 3

Watch the tutorials below.

They are quite precise, some with extra details that go beyond our notes in class.  You will make that distinction when we complete the note tomorrow.

The following ones are super detailed in terminology but the graphics are amazing and will give your mind a more accurate level of imagery to use when you think of the respiratory and immune systems as well as how the flu virus works.

After the tutorials, read Section 3.6, which is p. 91-95

Copy the IN SUMMARY on p. 95 and answer questions 1-6 on p. 95.  This stuff is for homework if not done in class.

 

Posted in P4 SNC2D Science

4 SNC2D Lesson Plans for Monday October 3

Watch the tutorials below.

They are quite precise, some with extra details that go beyond our notes in class.  You will make that distinction when we complete the note tomorrow.

This one is super detailed in terminology but the graphics are amazing and will give your mind a more accurate level of imagery to use when you think of the respiratory and immune systems.  It kinda looks like a video game eh?

After the tutorials, read Section 3.6, which is p. 91-95

Copy the IN SUMMARY on p. 95 and answer questions 1-6 on p. 95.  This stuff is for homework if not done in class.