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Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual Making Connections, Fetal Pig Version

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  • Edition: 2nd
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  • Copyright: 2018-01-11
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For the two-semester A&P laboratory course.

 

Fully engage students in their A&P Lab experience

 

Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual: Making Connections distinguishes itself from other A&P lab manuals by focusing on and addressing the most common teaching challenges in the lab—getting students to engage in the lab, to prepare for the lab, and to apply concepts in the lab. Catharine Whiting’s active learning approach incorporates a rich variety of hands-on activities and guided questions to get students engaged and asking questions. The 2nd Edition provides new features, such as “What You Need to Know Before You Start this Unit” at the beginning of each Unit and new Pre-Lab Video Coaching Activities to help students learn what they need to review before lab.


Developed as the companion to Erin Amerman’s Human Anatomy & Physiology, 2nd Edition, Whiting’s lab manual reflects the same superb art program and terminology found in the Amerman textbook.

 

Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual: Making Connections, 2nd Edition is available in three versions for your students:  Main, Cat and Fetal Pig. The Cat and Fetal Pig versions are identical to the Main version except that they include seven additional cat dissection and nine additional fetal pig dissection exercises, respectively, at the back of the lab manual.  

 

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Author Biography

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Catharine C. Whiting, University of North Georgia

Cathy Whiting began her college career at Waycross Junior College before transferring to the University of Georgia and earning a B.S. degree in biology. She earned both M.S.T. and Ph.D. degrees in zoology at the University of Florida, training under an extraordinary mentor, Dr. Louis J. Guillette, a distinguished researcher, author, and educator who taught her how to do science and, more importantly, how to teach. With 25 years of college teaching experience, Whiting seeks to engage her students through active learning in order to facilitate the development of critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. She has discovered that passionate teaching leads to passionate learning and that students don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care. The recipient of several teaching awards including Faculty Member of the Year, Advisor of the Year, and Master Teacher, she considers her greatest reward to be the privilege of teaching and impacting the lives of students.

 

ABOUT THE MEDIA CONTRIBUTOR

Karen L. Keller, Frostburg State University

Karen Keller earned both her B.S. and M.S. degrees in biology from Frostburg State University and her Ph.D. in physiology from the University of Georgia, College of Veterinary Medicine. She has taught at community college and four-year college levels and has extensive experience teaching introductory biology, anatomy and physiology, musculoskeletal anatomy, microbiology, comparative vertebrate anatomy, histology, and parasitology courses. In addition, she advises students interested in pursuing careers in the health professions and is a member of the American Association of Anatomists, the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society, and the Northeast Association of Advisors for the Health Professions.

Table of Contents

BRIEF CONTENTS:

Unit 1: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology

Unit 2: Introduction to the Organ Systems

Unit 3: Chemistry

Unit 4: The Microscope

Unit 5: The Cell

Unit 6: Histology

Unit 7: The Integumentary System

Unit 8: Introduction to the Skeletal System

Unit 9: The Axial Skeleton

Unit 10: The Appendicular Skeleton

Unit 11: Joints

Unit 12: Introduction to the Muscular System: Muscle Tissue

Unit 13: Gross Anatomy of the Muscular System

Unit 14: Introduction to the Nervous System

Unit 15: The Central Nervous System: Brain and Spinal Cord

Unit 16: The Peripheral Nervous System: Nerves and Autonomic Nervous System

Unit 17: General and Special Senses

Unit 18: The Endocrine System

Unit 19: Blood

Unit 20: Anatomy of the Heart

Unit 21: Physiology of the Heart

Unit 22: Anatomy of Blood Vessels

Unit 23: Circulatory Pathways and the Physiology of Blood Vessels

Unit 24: The Lymphatic System

Unit 25: Anatomy of the Respiratory System

Unit 26: Physiology of the Respiratory System

Unit 27: Anatomy of the Digestive System

Unit 28: Physiology of the Digestive System

Unit 29: Anatomy of the Urinary System

Unit 30: Physiology of the Urinary System

Unit 31: Reproductive and Development

 

Cat Dissection (in cat version)

Dissection 1:  Exploring the Muscular System of the Cat

Dissection 2:  Exploring the Spinal Nerves of the Cat

Dissection 3:  Exploring the Respiratory System of the Cat

Dissection 4:  Exploring the Digestive System of the Cat

Dissection 5:  Exploring the Cardiovascular System of the Cat

Dissection 6:  Exploring the Urinary System of the Cat

Dissection 7:  Exploring the Reproductive System of the Cat

 

Fetal Pig Dissection (in fetal pig version)

Dissection 1:  Examining Surface Anatomy and Preparing the Fetal Pig for Dissection

Dissection 2:  Skeletal Muscles of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 3:  Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 4:  Endocrine System of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 5:  Cardiovascular System of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 6:  Digestive System of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 7:  Respiratory System of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 8:  Urinary System of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 9:  Reproductive System of the Fetal Pig

 

 

FULL CONTENTS:

Unit 1: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology

Activity 1:  Identifying Body Regions and Exploring Surface Anatomy

Activity 2:  Identifying Body Cavities and Abdominopelvic Regions

Activity 3:  Demonstrating and Identifying Body Planes of Section

Activity 4:  Assisting the Coroner

Unit 2: Introduction to the Organ Systems

Activity 1:  Locating and Describing Major Organs and Their Functions

Activity 2:  Using Anatomical Terminology to Describe Organ Locations

Activity 3:  Studying Homeostasis and Organ System Interactions

Unit 3: Chemistry

Activity 1:  Exploring the Chemical Properties of Water

Activity 2:  Determining pH and Interpreting the pH Scale

Activity 3:  Observing the Role of Buffers

LabBOOST: Protein Structure

Activity 4:  Analyzing Enzymatic Activity

Unit 4: The Microscope

Activity 1:  Identifying the Parts of the Microscope

Activity 2:  Using the Microscope to View Objects

Activity 3:  Determining Field Diameter and Estimating the Size of Objects

LabBOOST: Metric Conversions

Activity 4:  Perceiving Depth of Field

Activity 5:  Caring for the Microscope

Unit 5: The Cell

LabBOOST: Organelles

Activity 1:  Making a Wet Mount

Activity 2:  Identifying Cell Structures and Describing Their Functions

Activity 3:  Examining the Possible Role of Osmosis in Cystic Fibrosis

Activity 4:  Identifying the Stages of the Cell Cycle

Activity 5:  Exploring Cellular Diversity

PhysioEx  Exercise 1:  Cell Transport Mechanisms and Permeability

Unit 6: Histology

Activity 1:  Examining Epithelial Tissue

Activity 2:  Characterizing Connective Tissue

Activity 3:  Exploring Nervous Tissue and Muscle Tissue

Activity 4:  Constructing a Tissue Identification Concept Map

Unit 7: The Integumentary System

Activity 1:  Identifying and Describing Skin Structures

Activity 2:  Examining the Histology of the Skin

Activity 3:  Determining Sweat Gland Distribution

Unit 8: Introduction to the Skeletal System

Activity 1:  Reviewing Skeletal Cartilages

Activity 2:  Classifying and Identifying the Bones of the Skeleton

Activity 3:  Examining the Gross Anatomy of a Long Bone

LabBOOST: Osteon Model

Activity 4:  Exploring the Microscopic Anatomy of Compact Bone

Activity 5:  Examining the Chemical Composition of Bone

Unit 9: The Axial Skeleton

Activity 1:  Studying the Bones of the Skull

Activity 2:  Examining the Fetal Skull

Activity 3:  Studying the Bones of the Vertebral Column and Thoracic Cage

Activity 4:  Identifying Bones in a Bag

Unit 10: The Appendicular Skeleton

LabBOOST: The Pelvic Bones

Activity 1:  Studying the Bones of the Appendicular Skeleton

Activity 2:  Identifying Bones in a Bag

Unit 11: Joints

Activity 1:  Identifying and Classifying Joints

Activity 2:  Demonstrating Movements Allowed by Synovial Joints

Activity 3:  Comparing and Contrasting the Structure and Function of Selected Synovial Joints

Unit 12: Introduction to the Muscular System: Muscle Tissue

Activity 1:  Identifying the Structural Components of a Skeletal Muscle

Activity 2:  Examining the Microscopic Anatomy of Skeletal Muscle Tissue and the Neuromuscular Junction

LabBOOST: Visualizing Sliding Filaments

Activity 3:  Stimulating Muscle Contraction in Glycerinated Skeletal Muscle Tissue

Activity 4:  Electromyography in a Human Subject Using Biopac

PhysioEx Exercise 2:  Skeletal Muscle Physiology

Unit 13: Gross Anatomy of the Muscular System

Activity 1:  Determining How Skeletal Muscles Are Named

Activity 2:  Mastering the Muscles of the Head and Neck

Activity 3:  Mastering the Muscles of the Trunk

Activity 4:  Mastering the Muscles of the Upper Limb

Activity 5:  Mastering the Muscles of the Lower Limb

Unit 14: Introduction to the Nervous System

Activity 1:  Calculating Reaction Time

Activity 2:  Investigating the Motor Neuron

Activity 3:  Investigating the Chemical Synapse

Activity 4:  Exploring the Histology of Nervous Tissue

PhysioEx Exercise 3:  Neurophysiology of Nerve Impulses

Unit 15: The Central Nervous System: Brain and Spinal Cord

LabBOOST: Visualizing the Brain

Activity 1:  Exploring the Functional Anatomy of the Brain

Activity 2:  Electroencephalography in a Human Subject Using Biopac

Activity 3:  Identifying the Meninges/Ventricles and Tracing the Flow of Cerebrospinal Fluid

Activity 4:  Examining the Functional Anatomy of the Spinal Cord

Activity 5:  Dissecting a Sheep Brain and Spinal Cord

Unit 16: The Peripheral Nervous System: Nerves and Autonomic Nervous System

LabBOOST: Learning the Cranial Nerves

Activity 1:  Learning the Cranial Nerves

Activity 2:  Evaluating the Function of the Cranial Nerves

Activity 3:  Identifying the Spinal Nerves and Nerve Plexuses

Activity 4:  Exploring the Autonomic Nervous System

Unit 17: General and SpecialSenses

Activity 1:  Identifying General Sensory Receptors and Exploring Their Structure and Function

Activity 2: Examining the Structure and Function of Olfactory and Gustatory Receptors

Activity 3: Exploring the Structure and Function of the Eye

Activity 4: Dissecting a Mammalian Eye

Activity 5: Performing Visual Tests

Activity 6: Exploring the Structure and Function of the Ear

Activity 7: Performing Hearing and Equilibrium Tests

Unit 18: The Endocrine System

Activity 1:  Exploring the Organs of the Endocrine System

Activity 2:  Examining the Microscopic Anatomy of the Pituitary Gland, Thyroid Gland, Parathyroid Gland, Adrenal Gland, and Pancreas

LabBOOST: Microscopic Anatomy of the Adrenal Cortex

Activity 3:  Investigating Endocrine Case Studies: Clinician’s Corner

PhysioEx Exercise 4:  Endocrine System Physiology

Unit 19: Blood

Activity 1:  Exploring the Formed Elements of Blood

Activity 2:  Performing a Hematocrit

Activity 3:  Performing a Differential White Blood Cell Count

Activity 4:  Determining Coagulation Time

Activity 5:  Determining Blood Types

PhysioEx Exercise 11:  Blood Analysis

Unit 20: Anatomy of the Heart

Activity 1:  Examining the Functional Anatomy of the Heart

Activity 2:  Dissecting a Mammalian Heart

Activity 3:  Reviewing the Microscopic Structure of Cardiac Muscle Tissue

Activity 4:  Tracing Circulatory Pathways

Unit 21: Physiology of the Heart

Activity 1:  Recording and Interpreting an Electrocardiogram

Activity 2:  Auscultating Heart Sounds

Activity 3:  Electrocardiography in a Human Subject Using Biopac

PhysioEx Exercise 6:  Cardiovascular Physiology

Unit 22:  Anatomy of Blood Vessels

LabBOOST: Blood Vessel Pathways

Activity 1:  Identifying the Major Arteries That Supply the Head, Neck, Thorax, and Upper Limbs

Activity 2:  Identifying the Major Arteries That Supply the Abdominopelvic Organs and the Lower Limbs

Activity 3:  Identifying Veins That Drain into the Venae Cavae

Activity 4:  Examining the Histology of Arteries and Veins

Unit 23: Circulatory Pathways and the Physiology of Blood Vessels

Activity 1:  Tracing Blood Flow—General Systemic Pathways

Activity 2:  Tracing Blood Flow—Specialized Systemic Pathways

Activity 3:  Tracing Blood Flow—Pulmonary Circulation

Activity 4:  Tracing Blood Flow—Fetal Circulation

Activity 5:  Measuring Blood Pressure and Examining the Effects of Body Position and Exercise

PhysioEx Exercise 5: Cardiovascular Dynamics

Unit 24: The Lymphatic System

Activity 1:  Exploring the Organs of the Lymphatic System

Activity 2:  Examining the Histology of a Lymph Node, a Tonsil, and the Spleen

Activity 3:  Tracing the Flow of Lymph through the Body

Activity 4:  Using a Pregnancy Test to Demonstrate Antigen–Antibody Reactions

PhysioEx Exercise 12:  Serological Testing

Unit 25: Anatomy of the Respiratory System

Activity 1:  Exploring the Organs of the Respiratory System

Activity 2:  Examining the Microscopic Anatomy of the Trachea and Lungs

Activity 3:  Examining a Sheep Pluck

Unit 26: Physiology of the Respiratory System

Activity 1:  Analyzing the Model Lung and Pulmonary Ventilation

Activity 2:  Measuring Respiratory Volumes in a Human Subject Using Biopac

Activity 3:  Determining Respiratory Volumes and Capacities at Rest and Following Exercise

Activity 4:  Investigating the Control of Breathing

PhysioEx Exercise 7:  Respiratory System Mechanics

Unit 27: Anatomy of the Digestive System

Activity 1:  Exploring the Organs of the Alimentary Canal

Activity 2:  Exploring the Accessory Organs of the Digestive System

Activity 3:  Examining the Histology of Selected Digestive Organs

Unit 28: Physiology of the Digestive System

Activity 1:  Analyzing Amylase Activity

Activity 2:  Analyzing Pepsin Activity

Activity 3:  Analyzing Lipase Activity

Activity 4:  Tracing Digestive Pathways

PhysioEx Exercise 8:  Chemical and Physical Processes of Digestion

Unit 29: Anatomy of the Urinary System

Activity 1:  Exploring the Organs of the Urinary System

Activity 2:  Dissecting a Mammalian Kidney

Activity 3:  Examining the Microscopic Anatomy of the Kidney, Ureter, and Urinary Bladder

LabBOOST: Anatomy of the Renal Corpuscle

Unit 30: Physiology of the Urinary System

Activity 1:  Demonstrating the Function of the Filtration Membrane

Activity 2:  Simulating the Events of Urine Production and Urine Concentration

Activity 3:  Using the Results of a Urinalysis to Make Clinical Connections

LabBOOST: Understanding Tonicity

PhysioEx Exercise 9:  Renal System Physiology

PhysioEx Exercise 10:  Acid–Base Balance

Unit 31: Reproductive and Development

Activity 1:  Examining Male Reproductive Anatomy

Activity 2:  Examining Female Reproductive Anatomy

Activity 3:  Exploring the Microscopic Anatomy of Selected Reproductive Organs

Activity 4:  Comparing Spermatogenesis and Oogenesis

Activity 5:  Exploring Fertilization and the Stages of Prenatal Development

Activity 6:  Examining the Placenta

 

Cat Dissection (in cat version)

Dissection 1:  Exploring the Muscular System of the Cat

Dissection 2:  Exploring the Spinal Nerves of the Cat

Dissection 3:  Exploring the Respiratory System of the Cat

Dissection 4:  Exploring the Digestive System of the Cat

Dissection 5:  Exploring the Cardiovascular System of the Cat

Dissection 6:  Exploring the Urinary System of the Cat

Dissection 7:  Exploring the Reproductive System of the Cat

 

Fetal Pig Dissection (in fetal pig version)

Dissection 1:  Examining Surface Anatomy and Preparing the Fetal Pig for Dissection

Dissection 2:  Skeletal Muscles of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 3:  Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 4:  Endocrine System of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 5:  Cardiovascular System of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 6:  Digestive System of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 7:  Respiratory System of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 8:  Urinary System of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 9:  Reproductive System of the Fetal Pig

 

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