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Article Free Access. Additional Lab Guidelines An essential component of learning in physiology requires the use of live animals.
It is impossible to demonstrate the full extent of possible responses through textbooks readings or lectures. As emerging professionals, it is expected that all students will demonstrate respect and maturity when working with these animals. If any disrespect or intentional cruelty is inflicted upon the animals, it may be reason to be expelled from the course with an "I" incomplete , "W" withdrawal , or automatic "E" failing grade depending the timing and degree of the offense.
No horse play, cutting up, playing around, etc. There are many students coming and going in the lab throughout the day and materials are sometimes shuffled around.
Squirting someone with a solution in a syringe or a bottle can be dangerous. You might "know" it is water but another person does not. A 3M KCl solution can easily be mistaken for water, and can be very harmful if squirted by accident in someone's eye. We will use a fixative in the lab. The fix solution is a Bouin's solution Prepared with saturated picric acid, formaldehyde and acetic acid; Sigma-Aldrich Co.
Some people are very allergic to the vapors of formaldehyde. If you know you are allergic please inform the instructor Dr. Danley as soon as possible so we can make alternative plans. The fix solution is to remain in the vented hood.
Every student will have to have completed the on line safety test and bring to the lab on the 1st day of your section meeting time. Either save and email your TA, or print it out and bring it to the first lab of the semester.
The TA will check you off for having completed the exercise. If any torturing occurs to the animals it is reason to be expelled from the course with an "I" incomplete or possible a "W" withdrawal depending the timing within the semester.
No horse play, cutting up, playing ball etc.. Squirting someone with a solution in a syringe or a water bottle can be dangerous. You might know it is water but another person does not.