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Lab Manual—Version 1.1 Introductory Anatomy & Physiology

© 2012, eScience Labs, LLC. All Rights Reserved www.esciencelabs.com • 888.375.5487

Table of Contents

Anatomy & Physiology Version 1
Preface: Introduc on to the Fetal Pig Lab 1: The Key to Reproducible Science Lab 2: Cell Structure and Func on Lab 3: Mitosis and Meiosis Lab 4: Diffusion and Osmosis Lab 5: Tissues and Skin Lab 6: The Skeletal System Lab 7: The Muscular System Lab 8: The Nervous System Appendix: Good Lab Techniques

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Safety Informa on

Lab Safety
eScience Labs, Inc. designs every kit with safety as our top priority. Nonetheless, these are science kits and contain items which must be handled with care. Safety in the laboratory always comes first!

Always follow the instruc ons in your laboratory manual and these general rules: Lab prepara on • •

Please thoroughly read the lab exercise before star ng! If you have any doubt as to what you are supposed to be doing and how to do it safely, please STOP and then: Double-check the manual instruc ons Check the website www.esciencelabs.com for updates and ps Contact us for technical support by phone at 1-888-Esl-Kits (1-888-375-5487) or by email at Help@esciencelabs.com



Read and understand all labels on chemicals.
If you have any ques ons or concerns, refer to the Material Safely Data Sheets (MSDS) available at www.esciencelabs.com. The MSDS lists the dangers, storage requirements, exposure treatment and disposal instruc ons for every chemical.



Consult your physician if you are pregnant, allergic to chemicals, or have other medical condi ons that may require addi onal protec ve measures.

Proper lab a re
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Remove all loose clothing (jackets, sweatshirts, etc.) and always wear closed toe shoes. Long hair should be pulled back and secured and all jewelry (rings, watches, necklaces, earrings, bracelets, etc.), should be removed Safety glasses or goggles should be worn at all mes. In addi on, wearing so contact lenses while conduc ng experiments is discouraged, as they can absorb poten ally harmful chemicals. When handling chemicals, always wear the protec ve goggles, gloves, and apron provided.





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Safety Informa on
Performing the experiment


Do not eat, drink, chew gum, apply cosme cs or smoke while conduc ng an experiment. Work in a well-ven lated area and monitor experiments at all mes, unless instructed otherwise. When working with chemicals: Never return unused chemicals to their original container or place chemicals in an unmarked container. Always put lids back onto chemicals immediately a er use. Never ingest chemicals. If this occurs, seek immediate help. Call 911 or “Poison Control” 1-800-222-1222





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Never pipe e anything by mouth. Never leave a heat source una ended. If there is a fire, evacuate the room immediately and dial 911.

Lab Clean up and Disposal
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If a spill occurs, consult the MSDS to determine how to clean it up. Never pick up broken glassware with your hands. Use a broom and a dustpan and discard in a safe area. Do not use any part of the lab kit as a container for food. Safely dispose of chemicals. If there are any special requirements for disposal, it will be noted in the lab manual. When finished, wash hands and lab equipment thoroughly with soap and water.

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Above all, USE COMMON SENSE!

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Time and Materials Required

Approximate Time Required and Addi onal Materials Required for Each Lab Lab 1: The Key to Reproducible Science
Approximate Time Required: 60 minutes Addi onal Materials Needed: None

Lab 2: Cell Structure and Func on
Approximate Time Required: 60 minutes (24 hours advanced prepara on) Addi onal Materials Needed: Microscope, kitchen knife, microwave, hot pad

Lab 3: Mitosis and Meiosis
Approximate Time Required: 60 minutes Addi onal Materials Needed: Microscope

Lab 4: Diffusion and Osmosis
Approximate Time Required: 90 Minutes Addi onal Materials...
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