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Michael G. Wood's Laboratory Manual For Anatomy & Physiology, Pig Version, 4/e, is a straightforward and complete lab manual it guides students through hands-on exercises that reinforce concepts they have learned in their two-semester anatomy & physiology lecture course. The full-color illustrations and step-by-step instructions are designed to help readers visualize structures, understand three-dimensional relationships, and comprehend complex physiological processes. Many of the illustrations are from Martini/NathFundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology, Eighth Edition,making this lab manual a perfect companion to that textbook. It is also designed for use with any other two-semester anatomy & physiology lecture book. Laboratory Safety, Introduction to the Body, Introduction to Organ Systems, Use of the Microscope, Cell Anatomy & Division, Cell Transport, Epithelial Tissues, Connective Tissues, Muscle Tissue, Neural Tissue, The Integumentary System, Body Membranes, Skeletal System Overview, Axial Skeleton, Appendicular Skeleton, Articulations and Movements, Muscle Tissue, Muscles of Head & Neck, Muscles of Chest & Abdomen, Muscles of Shoulder, Arm, and Hand, Muscles of Pelvis, Leg, and Foot, Muscle Physiology, Neural Tissue, Spinal Cord, Spinal Nerves, and Reflexes, Anatomy of the Brain, Autonomic Nervous System, General Senses, Special Senses: Gustation, Olfaction, Anatomy of Eye, Physiology of Eye, Anatomy of Ear, Physiology of Ear, Endocrine System, Blood, Anatomy of Heart, Anatomy of Blood Vessels, Cardiovascular Physiology, Lymphatic System, Anatomy of Respiratory System, Physiology of Respiratory System, Anatomy of Digestive System, Physiology of Digestive System, Anatomy of Urinary System, Physiology of Urinary System, Reproductive System, Development, Surface Anatomy, Pig Dissection Exercises, Pig Muscular System, Pig Nervous System, Pig Endocrine System, Pig Circulatory System, Pig Lymphoid System, Pig Respiratory System, Pig Digestive System, Pig Urinary System, Pig Reproductive System.Intended for those interested in learning the basics of Anatomy Laboratory
Michael G. Wood is a Professor of Biology at Del Mar College in Corpus Christi, Texas, where he has taught anatomy & physiology and biology for over 20 years. He has received the “Educator of the Year” and “Teacher of the Year” awards from the Del Mar College student body and from the local business community. He received his M.S. in 1986 at Pan American University, now the University of Texas at Pan American, where his research examined the ecological impact of an introduced species used widely in aquaculture (the blue tilapia) on the native fish population in the Rio Grande drainage of South Texas. He is a member of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS).
Table of Contents
|Introduction to the Body|
|Introduction to Organ Systems|
|Use of the Microscope|
|Cell Anatomy & Division|
|The Integumentary System|
|Skeletal System Overview|
|Articulations and Movements|
|Muscles of Head & Neck|
|Muscles of Chest & Abdomen|
|Muscles of Shoulder, Arm, and Hand|
|Muscles of Pelvis, Leg, and Foot|
|Spinal Cord, Spinal Nerves, and Reflexes|
|Anatomy of the Brain|
|Autonomic Nervous System|
|Special Senses: Gustation, Olfaction|
|Anatomy of Eye|
|Physiology of Eye|
|Anatomy of Ear|
|Physiology of Ear|
|Anatomy of Heart|
|Anatomy of Blood Vessels|
|Anatomy of Respiratory System|
|Physiology of Respiratory System|
|Anatomy of Digestive System|
|Physiology of Digestive System|
|Anatomy of Urinary System|
|Physiology of Urinary System|
|Pig Dissection Exercises|
|Pig Muscular System|
|Pig Nervous System|
|Pig Endocrine System|
|Pig Circulatory System|
|Pig Lymphoid System|
|Pig Respiratory System|
|Pig Digestive System|
|Pig Urinary System|
|Pig Reproductive System|
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