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This website is a companion to the textbook Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases. The website outlines the main components... see more

Contains interactive quizzes users can complete at various levels to test their knowledge of terms and structures related... see more

Easy to follow step-by-step demonstration on how to dissect a preserved sheep brain. Some structures are labeled. 

This excellent review document covering three lab exercises (Spinal cord, The eye, and The ear)

A visual review covering three lab exercises (Histology of the nervous system, Gross anatomy of the brain, and Cranial... see more

This document covering 2 labs (Skeletal muscle and Gross anatomy of the muscular system)

A review document covering 3 labs (The appendicular skeleton, Fetal skeleton, and Articulations and body movements)

A visual review/practice over chapter 8 (the skeletal system)

This is a review of epithelial and connective tissues using PowerPoint slides in this chapter 5 (Histology) of Saladin's... see more

A review/practice over Chapter 4 (genetics and cellular function)

A quick reivew/practice over chapter 2 (chemistry of life) using Saladin's A/P textbook

A brief practice exercise over chapter 3 (form and function) in the Saladin's A/P textbook.

This is chapter 1 (Homeostasis) review/practice exercise usng Saladin's Human Anatomy and Physiology textbook... see more

This vsual review (in PowerPoint format) includes two lab exercises: Overview of the skeleton and Axial skeleton.  The... see more

This review covers Exercises 3-6-- Microscopy, Epithelial tissue, connective tissue, and the integumentary system.  An... see more

'• Navigate through 324 fully annotated images with the flick of a finger • Create your own pinpoints and labels to mark... see more

Support site for Anatomy and Physiology. Contains videos, powerpoints, labs, and a downloadable text.

"How fast can you point to your liver, gall bladder or incisor? Do you know the difference between the auricle and the... see more

Clicking on the corresponding name highlights the structures comprising the vestibular receptors. Part 2 of 2 focuses in... see more

By clicking on the corresponding name will highlight the structures comprising the vestibular receptors. Parat 1 of 2... see more

Clicking on the corresponding name highlights structures in the central vestibular pathway. To safeguard intellectual... see more

Quizlet is a site for creating and using flash cards. This is a Web 2.0 site where users enter terms and definitions for... see more

Excellent pictures of human bones are on display at this site, along with labeled parts. Users must click on each part... see more

This site is essentially an already built lesson on the digestive system. It has a line diagram to be labeled and a table... see more