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Van De Graaff's Photographic Atlas for the Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory, 9e

David A. Morton, John L. Crawley
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Available February 1, 2019

A Photographic Atlas for the Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory, 9e is designed as a visual reference to accompany any human anatomy or integrated human anatomy and physiology course.  The Atlas can be used to guide students through their microscope work during their vertebrate dissections, and as a reference while they study anatomical models in the laboratory.  The Atlas is the perfect complement to any laboratory manual and can provide additional references for use in lab or as study tool outside of the laboratory. 

About this Product


  • Human cadavers have been carefully dissected and photographed to depict the principal organs from each of the body systems.
  • A complete set of accurately labeled, high-quality photographs and illustrations are provided for each of the human body systems.
  • Multiple images of the muscle, skeletal, and organ systems allow students to get a complete picture of the layers of human anatomy.
  • Great care has been taken to select photographs that provide a balanced perspective of gross anatomy.
  • Microanatomy is presented to give students a guide for microscope work in the lab. 
  • Cat, fetal pig, and rat dissections are included as well as photographs of sheep heart and brain dissections.

About the Author

David A. Morton

Dr. Morton is a Professor and Vice-Chair of Medical and Dental Education in the Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy at the University of Utah School of Medicine. He serves as curriculum director and teaches gross anatomy, histology, and neuroanatomy to medical, dental, physician assistant, physical therapy, and occupational therapy students. His research interests include the creation and incorporation of active learning activities and use of cadavers in medical education.

John L. Crawley

John spent his early years growing up in Southern California, where he took every opportunity to explore nature and the outdoors. He currently resides in Provo, Utah where he enjoys the proximity to the mountains, desert, and local rivers and lakes.

He received his degree in zoology from Brigham Young University in 1988. While working as a researcher for the National Forest Service and Utah Division of Wildlife Resources in the early 1990s, John was invited to work on his first project for Morton Publishing, A Photographic Atlas for the Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory. After completion of that title John started work on A Photographic Atlas for the Zoology Laboratory. To date John has completed eight titles with Morton Publishing.

John has spent much of his life observing nature and taking pictures. His photography has provided the opportunity for him to travel widely, allowing him to observe and learn about other cultures and lands. His photos have appeared in national ads, magazines, and numerous publications. He has worked for groups such as Delta Airlines, National Geographic, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service, and many others. His projects with Morton Publishing have been a great fit for his passion for photography and the biological sciences.

What's New in this Edition

New to this edition of Van De Graaff's Photographic Atlas for the Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory, 9e

  • New and revised images and illustrations

Table of Contents


Chapter 1: Body Organization

Chapter 2: Cells

Chapter 3: Histology

Chapter 4: Integumentary System

Chapter 5: Skeletal System: Axial

Chapter 6: Skeletal System: Appendicular

Chapter 7: Skeletal System: Articulations

Chapter 8: Muscular System

Chapter 9: Nervous System

Chapter 10: Endocrine System

Chapter 11: Sensory Organs

Chapter 12: Circulatory System

Chapter 13: Lymphatic System

Chapter 14: Respiratory System

Chapter 15: Digestive System

Chapter 16: Urinary System

Chapter 17: Reproductive System

Chapter 18: Developmental Biology

Chapter 19: Cat Dissection

Chapter 20: Fetal Pig Dissection

Chapter 21: Rat Dissection

Appendix A: Glossary of Prefixes & Suffixes

Appendix B: Glossary of Terms