Elyse Steiner, MA biology, MS environmental Science Currently working on a PhD at FAU OFFICE & HOURS: Here – before class email@example.com - Preferred Office number is 954-201-2284 Webpage – www.summer2013.weebly.com - You are going to have to study a lot!! Plan on spending many hours studying. This class is about memorizing, memorizing and more memorizing! 1. 2. 3. 4. Syllabus Safety Anatomical Terminology Microscope Next week is Quiz 1!! TEXT: Customized edition of Anatomy and Physiology Volume 1 lab Manual by Eric Wise. Should say, “Special Edition For Broward College.” The Learning Resource Center on the first floor of the library (17/146) has several of the models from this lab available through the tutoring department. They also have microscopes and some of the slides. There are also tutors there to help you! 10 Quizzes- 10 points each = 100 points Practical exam = 100 points Participation points - = 50 points Total possible points = 250 points 250- 224 223-199 198-174 173-149 <149 A B C D F PRACTICAL EXAM This exam test you on your ability to identify structures on slides, models and dissections. The practical exams are fill in the blank, timed exams. Each exam is worth 100 points. There are no make ups for practical exams. LAB PERFORMANCE: The final 50 points of your grade is based on lab performance. You lose 5 points for the each of the following occurrences- being late for or absent from class; putting your microscope away incorrectly; wearing open toed shoes; not cleaning up your lab station; using cell phone in class etc. YOU MUST WEAR CLOSED TOED SHOES TO CLASS OR YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN THE CLASSROOM – resulting in a “0” for any quizzes, exams, participation points for that day. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Must wear closed toed shoes. Please turn off cell phones. Make sure to read the lab before class. Bring scantrons for quizzes. Lab coats and goggles are REQUIRED for this course. Cheating or assisting another person in cheating will not be tolerated. If you are caught, you will receive an F for the exam and a letter of the incident will be placed in your personal file at BCC. Attendance is required for successful completion of this course. You may miss one lab without penalty (as long as there are no quizzes or exams on that day). You should save this one absence for an emergency. Anyone who misses more than 2 labs will not receive credit for the course. If you miss more than 2 you must withdraw or you will receive an “F”. Last day to withdraw with “w” – last day to audit- July 24, 2013 Lab # Dates Topics Manual Pages 1 7/1 Exercises 1 & 2 2 7/3 3 7/5 4 7/8 5 6 7 8 9 7/10 7/15 7/17 7/19 7/22 Anatomical terminology & microscopy Cell structure and function All lab safety requirements begin. Function of cell membranes Tissues & integumentary system Skeletal I Skeletal II Muscles I Muscles II Nerve I 10 11 12 13 7/24 7/29 7/31 8/2 Nerve II Senses Review – Quiz 11 LAB PRACTICAL Exercise 3 – Quiz 1 Exercise 4 – Quiz 2 Exercises 5 & 6 – Quiz 3 Exercises 7 & 8 – Quiz 4 Exercises 9, 10 & 11 – Quiz 5 Exercises 12,13,& 14 – Quiz 6 Exercises 15 & 16 - Quiz 7 Exercises 17, 18, 19 & 20 – Quiz 8 Exercise 21 – Quiz 9 Exercise 22,23&24 – Quiz 10 Eye wash Goggles Aprons Sharps container Fire extinguisher First aid kit Etc. Eyewash Fire Extinguisher First Aid Kit Safety Shower Fire Blanket Valve Shut-Off Used slides and broken glass should be disposed in the glass disposal box. Syringes, and scalpel blades are disposed in the Sharps or Biohazard box Dissected animal parts should be wrapped in paper towels and disposed of in the disposal bags provided. Student prepared slides may be washed with soap and water, dried and returned to the slide box. Plastic coverslips should be thrown away in the trash. Please leave stations neat and with the material arranged as it was found. Microscope Care – How to carry a microscope Always use lens cloth – not kleenex or paper towels Always use a coverslip with temporary slides Before putting the microscope in the storage cabinet, remove the slide from the stage, rotate the lowest-power objective lens into position, wrap the cord neatly around the base, and return to the cabinet KNOW THIS!! Scanning Low High Total Magnification = Ocular x objective lens Ocular = 10 x What is the total magnification if you are using the low power lens? What is the total magnification if you are using the low power lens? 10 x (low power) X 10 x (ocular) = 100x Condenser – a substage lens that concentrates the light on the specimen. Iris diaphragm lever – Regulates the amount of light passing through the condenser. Objective lens – Adjustable lens system that permits the use of a scanning, low-power, high-power or oil immersion lens. Field – What you see when you look through the microscope. What happens to the field when you increase magnification? What happens to the field when you increase magnification? It gets smaller Make sure to complete Exercises 1 and 2. Make sure you have you lab coat, goggles and closed toed shoes for next week or you will not be allowed to attend class!