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An excellent survey of osteoporosis suitable for a wide audience including practicing physicians

"The student will study the structure of the cell membrane by constructing it using the correct molecules." Learning... see more

This site has been created to show students how cells work. It reviews the functions of the cell organelles. This web... see more

An on-line lab manual for anatomy and physiology. Mostly annotated images. Some histological slides are presented at... see more

A tutorial with flash animations on the human systems; part of the Get Body Smart web site (by ConceptCreators, Inc.)... see more

"The learner evaluates the immune response."   In this learning activity you'll evaluate the immune response including... see more

Eight tutorials or problem-based assignments covering the topics of polio, BSE (mad cow disease), antibiotics, the... see more

A set of twelve web tutorials explaining the biology of human senses. These topics include: the eye, the visual cortex,... see more

This site has information about the anatomy of the human body and brain as well as how the brain interacts with the body.... see more

Visual and Verbal descriptions of the Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology of the human eye.

Three tutorials about human blood, covering the different types of blood cells, ABO blood types and Rh blood types. Each... see more

This is from the National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse. It gives a simplified explanation of why... see more

This site is part of the U. S. National Cancer Institute’s Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) Program. It... see more

This site contains online teaching materials from the University of Washington School of Medicine radiology program. The... see more

This is an online virtual sports medicine clinic where students could follow an ATC as she applies range of motion tests... see more

This self pased activity concentrates on three aspect of nutrition. 1. what are the different nutrients 2. where are... see more

This medically oriented site is designed to make sure that overall understanding of the cardiovascular system is not lost... see more

This includes animations that demonstrate how decreased blood volume stimulates the release of ADH (Antidiuretic Hormone)... see more

This Anatomy and Physiology homepage supports anatomy courses at Gateway Community College. It contains course outlines... see more

The website is an tutorial that labels and describes the bones of the skeletal system. It enables you to observe the... see more

This site describes how isotopes have been used to track Monarch butterfly migrations.

Pictoral atlas of anatomy and physiology with useful practice exams

This site is a tutorial on kidney structure and function. The diagrams are well done and correlated with the function of... see more

NetAnatomy is designed to teach human anatomy to students of the health professions, including undergraduate medical,... see more