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    of your screen)screen). Your page name should be your full name and block #.
    2) Find an example of the following types of community interactions:
    a) mutualism
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    ASSIGNMENT:
    1) Make a page with your name(s) and block (click the + button next to Pages and Files on the left of your screen)
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    types of symbiotic relationships:community interactions:
    a) mutualism
    b) commensalism
    c) parasitism
    d) predation
    e) competition

    3. For each type of interaction do the following:
    - describe the relationship and what category it belongs to (put information in your own words, please do not cut and
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Tuesday, January 28

Thursday, June 6

  1. page Anatomy Optional Assignments edited Anatomy and Physiology Optional Assignment: ... Replacement Surgery Questions are in the PDF do…
    Anatomy and Physiology Optional Assignment:
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    Replacement Surgery Questions are in the PDF document below
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    Anatomy and Physiology Optional Assignment:
    Virtual Hip Replacement Surgery
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Tuesday, May 28

  1. page Circulatory Assignment edited Assignment for Wednesday, May 29th. You may want to open up a new window or tab in your browser so…
    Assignment for Wednesday, May 29th. You may want to open up a new window or tab in your browser so that the questions and instructions stay up on the screen. Put all of your answers in your notebook. When you finish, you may show the competed work to the sub and you may be dismissed.
    Go to Boston Scientific Heart and Blood Vessel Basics
    Click on Intro to the Blood Vessels. Answer questions 1-5 below:
    1. What are the 3 types of blood vessels?
    2. Which type of blood vessels usually carry oxygen rich blood away from the heart?
    3. How are the walls of capillaries different from the walls of arteries or veins? Why must the walls of capillaries be like this?
    4. What are the names of the largest veins and what is their job? What is the name of the largest artery and what is its job?
    5. What is blood pressure? Is it higher when your heart is contracting or relaxing?
    Go back to the previous page and click on Heart Chambers. Copy down the chart below into your notes and fill it out
    Name of Chamber
    Where does it receive blood from?
    Where does it pump blood to?
    5.
    6.
    7.
    8.
    Go back to the previous page and click on Heart Valves. Answer the questions below:
    9. What is the job of the heart valves?
    10. What is the difference between an atrioventricular (AV) valve and a semilunar valve?
    11. Between what two chambers is the mitral valve located? (Click on Figure 2).
    Now click on "Blood Flow Through the Heart and Lungs" at the bottom of the page. Answer the question below:
    12. Read the information and click on Figure 1. Describe the path of blood through the heart and lungs. Use the Step Through option on the enlargement of Figure 1.
    Go back to the previous page and click on "Blood Vessels in Your Heart." Answer the questions below:
    13. What is the job of the coronary arteries? What happens if one of them becomes blocked?
    14. What is the job of the coronary veins? Where does blood from the coronary veins go?
    Now click on "Blood Vessels Outside Your Heart" at the bottom of the page. Answer the question below:
    15. What is peripheral vascular disease?
    16-21. Fill out the chart below.
    Name of Blood Vessel
    Where it carries blood to
    16.
    17.
    18.
    19.
    20.
    21.
    Click on the link at the left to go to Brigham and Women's Hospital Heath Library.
    Choose 3 diseases from the list. For each fill out the information below:
    Name of condition
    Causes
    Symptoms (if applicable)
    Treatments
    22.
    23.
    24.

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Sunday, December 9

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