Blood Flow Lab (Student Designed)

Posted on Apr 27, 2015 in Anatomy & Physiology, blood vessels-vascular

Blood Flow Lab Target:  Design an investigation to measure blood flow. How:  Follow lab protocol in a well designed experiment.  Consider strength of conclusion by the number of trials. Materials:  skin thermometer as shown below and other materials you choose or blood pressure sensors. Assignment:  Use the format of a well designed experiment.  LabreportTable.docx

Blood Vessels Questions

Posted on Apr 26, 2015 in Anatomy & Physiology, blood vessels-vascular

Target:  Differentiate amongst arteries, veins, and capillaries in structure and function. How:  Use your textbook and the resources on this page and the link below to answer questions in the assignment below. Assignment:  Questions Link Below: blood vessels questions Use this Link as a resource:  http://www.thinksciencemaurer.com/arteries-veins-and-capillaries-resources/

Measuring Blood Pressure

Posted on Apr 23, 2015 in Anatomy & Physiology, blood vessels-vascular

See Target and Objectives 14-16.  Practice taking blood pressure using stethoscope and sphygmomanometer.  (Greek sphygmos, pulse), plus the scientific term Latin manometer (pressure meter).    

Fish Tail Blood Vessel Lab

Posted on Apr 23, 2015 in Anatomy & Physiology, blood vessels-vascular

Goldfish Tail blood vessel Lab Link:  8d2-GoldfishTailCirculationLab Youtube video of blood flow through fish tail:  http://goo.gl/d75SaF