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Exploring Anatomy & Physiology in the Laboratory, 3e

Erin C. Amerman
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Unit 1: Introduction to Anatomical Terms36
Unit 1 Objectives2
Prelab Exercise 1-1: Key Terms1
Prelab Exercise 1-2: Body Cavities1
Exercise 1-1: Anatomical Position1
Exercise 1-2: Directional Terms3
Exercise 1-3: Regional Terms4
Exercise 1-4: Body Cavities and Membranes8
Exercise 1-5: Planes of Section3
Exercise 1-6: Organs and Organ Systems5
Unit 1 Check Your Recall4
Unit 1 Check Your Understanding4
Unit 2: Chemistry22
Unit 2 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 2-1: Key Terms2
Prelab Exercise 2-2: The pH Scale and –logarithms1
Prelab Exercise 2-3: Chemical Bonding3
Exercise 2-1: pH, Acids, and Bases3
Exercise 2-2: Buffers1
Exercise 2-3: Enzymes and Chemical Reactions2
Exercise 2-4: Chemical Solubilities4
Exercise 2-5: DNA Extraction2
Unit 2 Check Your Recall2
Unit 2 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 3: Introduction to the Microscope10
Unit 3 Objectives1
Exercise 3-1: Introduction to the Microscope9
Unit 4: Cytology28
Unit 4 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 4-1: Key Terms2
Prelab Exercise 4-2: The Plasma Membrane1
Prelab Exercise 4-3: The Parts of the Cell1
Prelab Exercise 4-4: The Cell Cycle1
Exercise 4-1: Organelles and Cell Structures6
Exercise 4-2: Diffusion3
Exercise 4-3: Osmosis and Tonicity4
Exercise 4-4: Mitosis and the Cell Cycle5
Unit 4 Check Your Recall2
Unit 4 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 5: Histology36
Unit 5 Objectives2
Prelab Exercise 5-1: Key Terms2
Exercise 5-1: Epithelial Tissue10
Exercise 5-2: Connective Tissue10
Exercise 5-3: Muscle Tissue4
Exercise 5-4: Nervous Tissue1
Exercise 5-5: Organology1
Unit 5 Check Your Recall4
Unit 5 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 6: Integumentary System20
Unit 6 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 6-1: Key Terms2
Prelab Exercise 6-2: Skin Anatomy1
Prelab Exercise 6-3: Hair and Nail Anatomy1
Exercise 6-1: Skin Anatomy and Accessory Structures5
Exercise 6-2: Histology of Integument3
Exercise 6-3: Touch Receptor Distribution1
Exercise 6-4: Fingerprinting3
Unit 6 Check Your Recall2
Unit 6 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 7: Introduction to the Skeletal System20
Unit 7 Objectives2
Prelab Exercise 7-1: Key Terms2
Prelab Exercise 7-2: Microscopic Anatomy of Compact Bone1
Prelab Exercise 7-3: Structure of a Long Bone1
Exercise 7-1: Histology of Osseous Tissue4
Exercise 7-2: Chemical Components of Bone Tissue1
Exercise 7-3: Bone Markings and Bone Shapes2
Exercise 7-4: Anatomy of Long Bones3
Unit 7 Check Your Recall2
Unit 7 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 8: Skeletal System52
Unit 8 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 8-1: Key Terms1
Prelab Exercise 8-2: Bones of the Skull2
Prelab Exercise 8-3: Whole Skeleton2
Exercise 8-1: The Skull12
Exercise 8-2: Remainder of the Axial Skeleton5
Exercise 8-3: The Appendicular Skeleton11
Exercise 8-4: More Practice6
Unit 8 Check Your Recall10
Unit 8 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 9: Articulations28
Unit 9 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 9-1 : Key Terms2
Prelab Exercise 9-2: Anatomy of Synovial Joints1
Prelab Exercise 9-3: The Knee Joint1
Prelab Exercise 9-4: The Shoulder Joint1
Exercise 9-1: Classification of Joints4
Exercise 9-2: Synovial Joints3
Exercise 9-3: Knee Joint3
Exercise 9-4: Shoulder Joint2
Exercise 9-5: Motions of Synovial and Cartilaginous Joints4
Unit 9 Check Your Recall4
Unit 9 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 10: Muscular System: The Gross Anatomy of Muscles36
Unit 10 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 10-1: Key Terms1
Prelab Exercise 10-2: Skeletal Muscle Anatomy4
Prelab Exercise 10-3: Muscle Origins, Insertions, and Actions2
Exercise 10-1: Skeletal Muscles15
Exercise 10-2: Muscle Origins, Insertions, and Actions5
Unit 10 Check Your Recall6
Unit 10 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 11: Muscle Tissue24
Unit 11 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 11-1: Key Terms 2
Prelab Exercise 11-2: Basic Skeletal Muscle Anatomy1
Prelab Exercise 11-3: Muscle Fiber Microanatomy2
Prelab Exercise 11-4: Types of Muscle Tissue1
Exercise 11-1: Microscopic Anatomy of Skeletal Muscle Tissue6
Exercise 11-2: Muscle Physiology4
Exercise 11-3: Smooth and Cardiac Muscle Tissues2
Unit 11 Check Your Recall4
Unit 11 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 12: Introduction to the Nervous System20
Unit 12 Objectives2
Prelab Exercise 12-1: Key Terms 2
Prelab Exercise 12-2: Nervous Tissue Microanatomy1
Exercise 12-1: Neurons and Neuroglia7
Exercise 12-2: Nervous Tissue Physiology3
Unit 12 Check Your Recall4
Unit 12 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 13: Central Nervous System26
Unit 13 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 13-1: Key Terms2
Prelab Exercise 13-2: Brain Anatomy2
Prelab Exercise 13-3: Spinal Cord Anatomy1
Exercise 13-1: Anatomy of the Brain10
Exercise 13-2: The Spinal Cord4
Unit 13 Check Your Recall4
Unit 13 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 14: Peripheral and Automatic Nervous System30
Unit 14 Objectives2
Prelab Exercise 14-1: Key Terms2
Prelab Exercise 14-2: Peripheral Nerve Anatomy1
Prelab Exercise 14-3: Cranial Nerve Functions1
Prelab Exercise 14-4: Spinal Nerve Plexuses and the Anterior Rami of the Spinal Nerves1
Prelab Exercise 14-5: Anterior Rami of the Spinal Nerves: Locations and Functions1
Prelab Exercise 14-6: Branches of the Autonomic Nervous System1
Exercise 14-1: Peripheral Nerve Anatomy2
Exercise 14-2: The Cranial Nerves 6
Exercise 14-3: Spinal Nerves and Reflexes6
Exercise 14-4: The Autonomic Nervous System2
Unit 14 Check Your Recall4
Unit 14 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 15: General and Special Senses30
Unit 15 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 15-1: Key Terms2
Prelab Exercise 15-2: Anatomy of the Eye1
Prelab Exercise 15-3: Extrinsic Eye Muscles1
Prelab Exercise 15-4: Anatomy of the Ear1
Exercise 15-1: Anatomy of the Eye and Vision8
Exercise 15-2: Anatomy of the Ear, Hearing, and Equilibrium5
Exercise 15-3: Olfactory and Taste Senses2
Exercise 15-4: The General Senses: Cutaneous Sensation3
Unit 15 Check Your Recall4
Unit 15 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 16: Endocrine System26
Unit 16 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 16-1: Key Terms2
Prelab Exercise 16-2: Endocrine System Anatomy1
Prelab Exercise 16-3: Hormones: Target Tissues and Effects2
Exercise 16-1: Endocrine System Anatomy5
Exercise 16-2: Endocrine Organ Histology3
Exercise 16-3: Time To Trace! Negative Feedback Loops2
Exercise 16-4: Endocrine "Mystery Cases"4
Unit 16 Check Your Recall4
Unit 16 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 17: The Cardiovascular System - Part I: The Heart24
Unit 17 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 17-1: Key Terms 2
Prelab Exercise 17-2: Anatomy of the Thoracic Cavity1
Prelab Exercise 17-3: Anatomy of the Heart2
Prelab Exercise 17-4: Pathway of Blood Flow Through the Heart1
Exercise 17-1: Anatomy of the Heart11
Exercise 17-2: Cardiac Muscle Histology1
Unit 17 Check Your Recall4
Unit 17 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 18: The Cardiovascular System - Part II: Blood Vessel Anatomy36
Unit 18 Objectives2
Prelab Exercise 18-1: Arterial Anatomy1
Prelab Exercise 18-2: Venous Anatomy1
Exercise 18-1: Major Arteries of the Body5
Exercise 18-2: Major Veins of the Body8
Exercise 18-3: Time to Trace!5
Exercise 18-4: Histology of the Blood Vessel Wall3
Exercise 18-5: Clinical Applications3
Unit 18 Check Your Recall6
Unit 18 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 19: The Cardiovascular System - Part III: Cardiovascular Physiology24
Unit 19 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 19-1: Key Terms2
Prelab Exercise 19-2: Autonomic Nervous System and the Cardiovascular System1
Exercise 19-1: Heart Auscultation2
Exercise 19-2: Vascular Examination2
Exercise 19-3: Blood Pressure3
Exercise 19-4: The Ankle-Brachial Index2
Exercise 19-5: The Electrocardiogram5
Unit 19 Check Your Recall4
Unit 19 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 20: Blood24
Unit 20 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 20-1: Key Terms 2
Prelab Exercise 20-2: Formed Elements1
Exercise 20-1: Formed Elements (Cells) of Blood4
Exercise 20-2: ABO and Rh Blood Groups3
Exercise 20-3: Murder Mystery Game3
Exercise 20-4: Blood Donation3
Exercise 20-5: Typing and Examining Your Own Blood3
Unit 20 Check Your Recall2
Unit 20 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 21: Lymphatics and Immunity26
Unit 21 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 21-1: Key Terms 2
Prelab Exercise 21-2: Anatomy of the Lymphatic System1
Exercise 21-1: Lymphatic System Anatomy6
Exercise 21-2: Lymphatic Organ Histology4
Exercise 21-3: The Immune Response3
Exercise 21-4: ELISA Test for Antigens3
Unit 21 Check Your Recall4
Unit 21 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 22: Respiratory System26
Unit 22 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 22-1: Key Terms2
Prelab Exercise 22-2: Respiratory System Anatomy3
Exercise 22-1: Respiratory System Anatomy8
Exercise 22-2: Histology of the Respiratory Tract4
Exercise 22-3: Lung Inflation2
Unit 22 Check Your Recall4
Unit 22 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 23: Respiratory System Physiology16
Unit 23 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 23-1: Key Terms2
Prelab Exercise 23-2: Defining Pulmonary Volumes and Capacities1
Prelab Exercise 23-3: Labeling Pulmonary Volumes and Capacities1
Exercise 23-1: Pressure-Volume Relationships in the Lungs2
Exercise 23-2: Measuring Pulmonary Volumes and Capacities4
Exercise 23-3: pH and Ventilation2
Unit 23 Check Your Recall2
Unit 23 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 24: Digestive System42
Unit 24 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 24-1: Key Terms2
Prelab Exercise 24-2: Anatomy of the Digestive System4
Prelab Exercise 24-3: Digestive Enzymes1
Exercise 24-1: Digestive System Anatomy12
Exercise 24-2: Digestive System Histology8
Exercise 24-3: Digestion6
Exercise 24-4: Time To Trace!2
Unit 24 Check Your Recall4
Unit 24 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 25: Urinary System Anatomy26
Unit 25 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 25-1: Key Terms2
Prelab Exercise 25-2: Structures of the Urinary System2
Prelab Exercise 25-3: Microanatomy of the Kidney1
Exercise 25-1: Urinary System Anatomy11
Exercise 25-2: Urinary Organ Histology3
Unit 25 Check Your Recall4
Unit 25 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 26: Urinary System Physiology18
Unit 26 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 26-1: Key Terms1
Prelab Exercise 26-2: Nephron Structure and Function1
Prelab Exercise 26-3: Glomerular Filtration and Tubular Reabsorption1
Exercise 26-1: The Model Kidney (includes page 615)4
Exercise 26-2: Urinalysis3
Exercise 26-3: Time to Trace!3
Unit 26 Check Your Recall2
Unit 26 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 27: Reproductive System30
Unit 27 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 27-1: Key Terms2
Prelab Exercise 27-2: Male Reproductive Anatomy1
Prelab Exercise 27-3: Female Reproductive Anatomy1
Prelab Exercise 27-4: Stages of Mitosis1
Exercise 27-1: Male Reproductive Anatomy4
Exercise 27-2: Female Reproductive Anatomy3
Exercise 27-3: Meiosis3
Exercise 27-4: Histology of the Reproductive System8
Unit 27 Check Your Recall4
Unit 27 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 28: Human Development and Heredity22
Unit 28 Objectives1
Prelab Exercise 28-1: Key Terms 2
Prelab Exercise 28-2: Fetal Membranes1
Prelab Exercise 28-3: Fetal Cardiovascular Anatomy1
Exercise 28-1: Fertilization and Implantation2
Exercise 28-2: Embryogenesis, Fetal Development, and Fetal Cardiovascular Anatomy3
Exercise 28-3: Heredity7
Unit 28 Check Your Recall4
Unit 28 Check Your Understanding2
Unit 29: The Big Picture of Human Anatomy and Physiology8
Unit 29 Objectives1
Exercise 29-1: Physiological Connections3
Exercise 29-2: Tracing - The Big Picture4