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MERLOT II


    

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BIO 141/142: Anatomy and Physiology

by TNCC Biology
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Description:
This collection contains sites that are oriented to Anatomy and Physiology

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1.

Biology Animation


Added 07/28/2006
This site contains numerous animations and turorial links that are organized by course. There are sections for general biology and anatomy and physiology.
2.

Human Anatomy--BIO 29


Added 07/28/2006
This site supports a human anatomy course with excellent images of cat dissections with structures labeled by number. After studying the images, student can click on a link that shows all of the correct answers. An excellent anatomy study tool.
3.

Virtual Anatomy Program


Added 07/28/2006
The Virtual Anatomy Program is located on the Delaware County Community College biology department web page. It contains a virtual bones, virtual cat, virtual microscope (histology), and two virtual lab practicals. The virtual sites are intended for pre-l
4.

Connecting Concepts: Animal Physiology/Homeostasis


Added 07/28/2006
This is an excellent tutorial on homeostasis. It combines a case study with a simulation to apprach the concept. It includes student activities and self tests. The site is part of the University of Wisconsin series.
5.

Web Anatomy


Added 01/29/2007
Excellent series of practice materials for learning anatomy.
6.

The J Doc. Histoweb


Added 01/29/2007
Extensive images of human tissues.
7.

Lumen Learn em


Added 01/29/2007
interactive educational site for anatomy . includes the bone box,(skeletal system) nerves, cutaneous innervation, arteries, muscles, dermatomes
8.

virtual cat


Added 01/29/2007
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Anatomy Histological Collection


Added 01/29/2007
Excellent collection of histology images--labelled.
10.

Human Anatomy-- Dartmouth Medical School


Added 01/29/2007
This site focuses on helping students learn human anatomy. It contains instructional modules on the back, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, lower limb, head and neck, and the upper limb. Each module contains a variety of images that include sections with, angiograms, radiographs, and MRI. Many of the images have interactive labeling.
11.

Bones of the Body


Added 01/29/2007
This site focuses on helping students learn human anatomy. It contains instructional modules on the back, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, lower limb, head and neck, and the upper limb. Each module contains a variety of images that include sections with, angiograms, radiographs, and MRI. Many of the images have interactive labeling.
12.

Gray's Human Anatomy Online


Added 01/29/2007
This site presents the contents of Gray's 1918 version of Human Anatomy online. The site is searchable by anatomic term and contains both text and drawings.
13.

Structure of the Human Body


Added 01/29/2007
This site contains a varity of sections for study of human anatomy. There is LUMEN Dissector which follows a partial dissection of the human body divided into anatomical regions--back, upper extremity, head and neck, thorax, abdomen, pelvis/perineum, and lower extrmity. The labeled images are well done. There is also a master muscle list (already in MERLOT in a separate entry), cross sectional anatomy using Visible Human Project sections, a tutorial, practice exams, and flash cards. There are also links to other anatomy sites.
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Dr. Ross's Anatomy and Physiology I


Added 01/29/2007
This site supports the first 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: Anatomical Terminology; Microscopy, Cell Structure, and Mitosis; Osmosis, pH, and Buffers; Tissues; Skin, Skeleton and Joints; Muscles (cat and human); Muscle Physiology; Nerve Tissue and Function; Brain Anatomy; Eye; Ear; Balance; Endocrine Glands. This collection will allow students opportunities for self study, clarification, or guided assignments. There is a sister site supporting the second semester of the course--also in the MERLOT database.
15.

Anatomy Atlases


Added 01/29/2007
This site contains several anatomy atlases that were formerly maintained at the University of Iowa's Virtual Hospital site. This page is the portal to the following atlases: Atlas of Human Anatomy, Atlas of Human Anatomy in cross section, Atlas of Microscopic Anatomy - A Functional Approach, Anatomy of First Aid - A Case Study Approach, Illustrated Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic Variation, and Lessons From a Bone Box. Each atlas has a table of contents and provides in depth information on aspects of human anatomy. The site also contains links to a number of digital libraries.
16.

Actin-myosin crossbridge animation


Added 01/29/2007
The actin-myosin crossbridge system is complex, and we are really only speculating on the details in many ways. However, if a picture is worth a thousand words, this one second, 15 frame, animation is worth at least 15 thousand.
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Dr. Ross's Anatomy and Physiology II


Added 01/29/2007
This 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.
18.

Comparative Anatomy course web page


Added 01/29/2007
This web page supports an undergraduate course in Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy. The page includes numerous links to web resources organized according to lab and lecture topics.
19.

MHCC Histology Atlas


Added 02/09/2007
This is an new histology atlas designed for community college anatomy & physiology students.
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Virtual Labs


Added 02/09/2007
Interactive multimedia and simulations content in Shockwave/Flash on human physiology with extra topics in anatomy and neuroanatomy.
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