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******Over the Easter break***********************

On our return we will cover the Nervous system.  Although the focus will be on the nervous system in humans, we will refer periodically to lower animals.

HONORS: 

 Read:  pp 564 to 584 in the text

  Written:  "Connecting the Concepts"; "Testing your Knowledge"; "Describing, Comparing and Explaining"; "Applying the Concepts"

COLLEGE PREP:

Read:  pp 942-963

Written: Vocabulary pg. 950 + 956; Understanding Main Ideas, pg. 950, 955 + 963 

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HONORS AND  COLLEGE PREP (Many of you have not handed in the homework listed above).

Homework Assignment-A handout sheet of the brain (cerebrum, midbrain, and hindbrain) will be passed out during class. Use the link below both from the structure and function to pinpoint where these occur on the homework sheet. DUE MAY 16TH MONDAY

 

 

BBC - Science & Nature - Human Body and Mind - Body - Brain Map

 

2 more sites for the brain that will be very useful for the brain.

 

http://thebrain.mcgill.ca/flash/d/d_01/d_01_cr/d_01_cr_ana/d_01_cr_ana.html#1

 

http://thebrain.mcgill.ca/flash/i/i_01/i_01_cr/i_01_cr_ana/i_01_cr_ana.html

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Honors and CP*** Below are listed some of illnesses that could happen with a disorder of hormones. Please google an image of each of those and put it on the homework with a description of what it is like. Due Friday, May 20th (D day)

Giganticism

Dwarfism

Gorter

Cretin

Acromegaly

Diabetes

Grave's Disease

Addison's Disease

Gynecomastia

Hydrocephaly

Myxedemia-Cushing's

Hypersteroidism

Hyposteroidism