January 03, 2001
Purpose: to identify each slide and make a visual of them
Procedure: There was a list of muscles, blood and tissue slides which the group was to
view. After viewing them, the group drew what was seen, along with recording
he power of which we viewed it.
Data: Refer to drawings
Results: While the muscles all looked similar to each other, you could tell how the
smooth ones entertwined, the cardiac branched out, and how the skeletal muscle
layed streight. In drawing the squamous epithelium one notices its confetti
look. All three of the blood cells looked similar with tiny little circles connected
to each other. The differences were in the Human blood, which was alittle more
spaced out than the Plasmodium Faleiparum (which had a chained look), and
tighter together than the rat blood. The two the group chose to draw were the
simple cubodal, which resembled the cardiac muschle, and the cartilage, which
just looked layered.