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Lab Practical #3 (Labs 7-9)
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1) Name the blood components immediately to the right of number 1
platelets
erythrocytes
white blood cells
plasma

2) Name the blood components immediately to the right of number 2
platelets
erythrocytes
white blood cells
plasma

3) Name this muscle indicated by number 3

biceps

deltoid

triceps

pectoral


4)

Name this muscle indicated by number 4

biceps
triceps
flexor
trapezius

5) Name this muscle indicated by number 5
deltoid
gastrocnemius
gluteus maximus
quadriceps
 
5
 
 
6
 
 

6) Name the muscle indicated by the number 6
gastrocnemius
sternocliedomastoid
gluteus maximus
vastus
5
 
 
 
 
6
 
 
 

7) Name the line indicated just to the right of the number 7
Z-line
I-zone
A-band
H-zone

8) Name the zone indicated between the numbers 8 in the image below
A-band
H-zone
Z-line
I-zone

9) Name the muscle indicated by number 9 in this image
lattisimus dorsi
pectoralis major
rectus abdominus
external oblique

10) A given blood sample has the following indices: a hematocrit of 45, a red cell count of 6 million/cubic mm, and a hemoglobin concentration of 12 g/dl.
All of the indices given for the sample are within the normal range of values for healthy males
The MCHC cannot be calculated from the given information
One might characterize this individual's red cells as normocytic but hypochromic
This individual is likely suffering from some form of anemia

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Authored by Terry Wiseth
Northland Community & Technical College

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