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ISBN: 9780323052573
Page Count: 352
Imprint: Mosby
List Price: $59.95

Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Manual

by Kevin T. Patton, PhD and David J. Hill

Paperback

ISBN: 9780323052573
Page Count: 352
Imprint: Mosby
List Price: $59.95
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Filled with hands-on activities, Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual is a fun and flexible complement to any introductory A&P course that has a lab component, particularly those with limited lab time. The manual not only allows students to complete physiological experiments, but it also takes the unique approach of helping students see A&P concepts from a real-world point of view, based on what they already know about the body. While traditional lab manuals simply cover core concepts, Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual incorporates concepts into engaging scenarios involving crime detectives, superheroes, and more to help the material resonate with students.

    • Labeling exercises help you memorize the small details of complicated body parts and processes.
    • Practical experiments that center on your own physiological processes and knowledge of the world in general help you make connections between the text, lab, and the world around you.
    • Numerous full-color illustrations and photomicrographs help you visualize difficult concepts and reinforce development of spatial perspective.
  • Unit 1 Constituents of the Human Body

    • Lesson 1 Scientific Inquiry and the Human Body
      • Activity 1. Investigating the Proportionality Rule
      • Activity 2. The Scientific Method in Anatomy and Physiology
      • Activity 3. Error in Scientific Inquiry
    • Lesson 2 Organization of the Body and the Language of Anatomy
      • Activity 1. Levels of Organization and Organ Systems
      • Activity 2. Major Regions, Landmarks, and Cavities
      • Activity 3. System of Terminology and Anatomical Relationships
    • Lesson 3 Inner World of the Cell
      • Activity 1. Cell Structure and Function
      • Activity 2. DNA Extraction and Analysis
      • Activity 3. Transport in the Cell
      • Activity 4. Life Cycle of the Cell
    • Lesson 4 Tissues: Organization and Classification
      • Activity 1. Epithelial Tissues
      • Activity 2. Connective Tissues
      • Activity 3. Muscle and Nervous Tissues

    Unit 2 Support and Movement

    • Lesson 5 The Musculoskeletal System
      • Activity 1. Organization of the Skeletal System
      • Activity 2. Organization of the Muscular System
    • Lesson 6 The Skeletal System
      • Activity 1. Bone Structure and Function
      • Activity 2. The Axial Skeleton
      • Activity 3. The Appendicular Skeleton
      • Activity 4. Joints
    • Lesson 7 The Muscular System
      • Activity 1. Muscle Structure and Function
      • Activity 2. Muscles of the Head and Face
      • Activity 3. Muscles of the Core
      • Activity 4. Muscles of the Upper and Lower Extremities
    • Lesson 8 The Integrated Musculoskeletal System
      • Activity 1. Range of Motion

    Unit 3 Communication, Control, and Integration

    • Lesson 9 The Nervous System
      • Activity 1. Neurons and Nerve Tissue
      • Activity 2. Organization of the Nervous System and Nerve Reflexes
      • Activity 3. The Central Nervous System (CNS)
      • Activity 4. The Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
    • Lesson 10 The Sensory Systems
      • Activity 1. General Senses
      • Activity 2. Special Senses
    • Lesson 11 The Endocrine System
      • Activity 1. Endocrine Glands and Hormones

    Unit 4 Transportation and Defense

    • Lesson 12 The Cardiovascular System
      • Activity 1. Blood
      • Activity 2. Blood Vessels and the Paths of Circulation
      • Activity 3. The Heart
    • Lesson 13 The Lymphatic and Immune Systems
      • Activity 1. Nodes, Organs, and Pathways in the Lymphatic System
      • Activity 2. The Immune Response
    • Lesson 14 The Integumentary System
      • Activity 1. Structure of the Skin

    Unit 5 Respiration, Nutrition, and Excretion

    • Lesson 15 The Digestive System
      • Activity 1. Digestive Organs
      • Activity 2. Digestive Enzymes
    • Lesson 16 The Respiratory System
      • Activity 1. Respiratory Organs
      • Activity 2. Breathing
    • Lesson 17 The Urinary System
      • Activity 1. Urinary Organs
      • Activity 2. Urinalysis

    Unit 6 Reproduction and Development

    • Lesson 18 The Reproductive System
      • Activity 1. Male Reproductive System
      • Activity 2. Female Reproductive System
    • Lesson 19 Heredity
      • Activity 1. Heredity
  • Kevin T. Patton, PhD, Professor of Anatomy & Physiology Instruction, New York Chiropractic College, Seneca Falls, New York; Professor Emeritus of Life Sciences, St. Charles Community College, Cottleville, Missouri; Assistant Professor Emeritus of Physiology, Course Director Emeritus in Human Physiology, St. Louis University Medical School, St. Louis, Missouri, USA and David J. Hill
This is a Faculty Product!
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