Ph.I.L.S. version 3.0 CD-ROM

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: CD
  • Copyright: 2007-07-10
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
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Ph.I.L.S (Physiology Interactive Lab Simulations) 3.0 offers a new interface which makes it easier to maneuver throughout the system. There are also new post lab quizzes offering more assessment opportunities! Ph.I.L.S. 3.0 is the perfect way to reinforce key physiology concepts with powerful lab experiments. Created by Dr. Phil Stephens at Villanova University, this program offers 37 laboratory simulations that may be used to supplement or substitute for wet labs. All 37 labs are self-contained experiments - no lengthy instruction manual required. Users can adjust variables, view outcomes, make predictions, draw conclusions, and print lab reports. This easy-to-use software offers the flexibility to change the parameters of the lab experiment - there is no limit!

Table of Contents

Osmosis and Diffusion
Varying Extracellular Concentration Metabolism
Size and Basal Metabolic Rate
Cyanide and Electron Transport Skeletal Muscle Function
Stimulus Dependent Force Generation
The Length-Tension Relationship
Principles of Summation and Tetanus
EMG and Twitch Amplitude Resting Potentials
Resting Potential and External Potassium Concentration
Resting Potential and External Sodium Concentration Action Potentials
The Compound Action Potential
Conduction Velocity and Temperature
Action Potentials and Refractory Periods
Measuring Ion Currents Synaptic Potentials
Facilitation & Depression
Temporal Summation of EPSPs
Spatial Summation of EPSPs Endocrine Function
Thyroid Gland and Metabolic Rate Frog Heart Function
Thyroid and Chemical Effects
Refractory Period of the Heart
Starling's Law of the Heart
Heart Block ECG and Heart Function
ECG and Exercise
The Meaning of Heart Sounds
ECG and Finger Pulse
Electrical Axis of the Heart
ECG and Heart Block
Abnormal ECGs Circulation
Cooling and Peripheral Blood Flow
Blood Pressure and Gravity
Blood Pressure and Body Position Blood
pH & Hb-oxygen Binding
DPG & Hb-oxygen Binding Respiration
Altering Body Position
Altering Airway Volume
Exercise-Induced Changes
Deep Breathing and Cardiac Function Digestion
Glucose Transport
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