Human Anatomy & Physiology: Lab Manual (Fetal Pig Version):
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Designed for use with any A&P textbook, this best-selling laboratory manual features a wide variety of exercises and activities to meet the needs of any anatomy & physiology laboratory course. Known for its thorough, clearly-written exercises, full-color art, and tear-out review sheets, this lab manual gives you a hands-on laboratory experience. It is also accompanied by an interactive website built specifically for the A&P lab course that features pre-lab and post-lab quizzes for every exercise, Practice Anatomy Lab&™ 2.0, and PhysioEx&™ 8.0.
This new lab manual also features a brand-new art program that uses rich vibrant colors, 3D realistic rendering, and many new histology and cadaver photos.
-A wide variety of laboratory exercises and activities meets the needs of virtually every anatomy & physiology laboratory course. The varied activities include organ and body dissection activities for the cat, sheep, and cow, giving students a “hands-on” lab experience.
-Beautiful, full-color art and photos help students visualize anatomical structures and physiological concepts for laboratory practice.
-Thorough, clearly-written exercises assist students in comprehending and retaining the material. They include background information, a list of objectives, step-by-step instructions, and exercise review sheets. Integrated to follow each lab exercise, the review sheets can be used for pre- or post-lab review.
-Easy-to-recognize icons alert students to dissection activities, safety precautions, homeostatic imbalance sections, exercises that use BIOPAC® equipment and corresponding PhysioEx&™ exercises.
-BIOPAC procedures are included for eight exercises. Procedures for Intelitool®, PowerLab®, and iWorx® are available in the Instructor Resource section of the myA&P&™ Website.
-Perforated pages make it convenient for students to tear out the Review Sheets.
-myA&P Website saves valuable class time in the lab by helping students learn, practice, and test themselves on key laboratory concepts outside of class, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.