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his site supports the second semester of an Anatomy and Physiology course taught by Dr. Ross at Christian Brothers University. It contains an extensive collection of links to materials both prepared by Dr. Ross and at other internet sites. The links are organized primarily by chapters/units of the course. They include: Blood...
his site supports the second semester of an Anatomy and Physiology course taught by Dr. Ross at Christian Brothers University. It contains an extensive collection of links to materials both prepared by Dr. Ross and at other internet sites. The links are organized primarily by chapters/units of the course. They include: Blood and Hematology; Cardiac Anatomy and Function; Vascular Anatomy and Lymphatic System; Digestive System; Nutrition and Metabolism; Respiratory System and Function; Anatomy of the Urinary (Excretory) System, Urine Formation: Reproductive Anatomy; Human Development; Genetics. This collection will allow students opportunities for self study, clarification, or guided assignments. There is a sister site supporting the first semester of the course--also in the MERLOT database.
A great website which alone has some great content of its own, but it is also a repository for other links all over the internet as well. Students in my online anatomy and physiology classes rave over this site and how much it has to offer them.
It is updated each semester, as it is an active site to the Dr.'s classes, as such you do have to wade through the information about the classes. It however is not a problem. It is well worth acquainting yourself with the site to know where to go for future uses.
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2+, used the site in my classes for quite some time.