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Anatomy and Physiology

1st April 2016

A very comprehensive resource created using PowerPoint. The PowerPoint presentation on anatomy and physiology covers all the main body systems. It links to a number of diagrams created in Word format as well as providing further information to relevant web sites for each body system. This resource was created by Reid Kerr College and can be […]

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Anatomy and Physiology Revealed 3.0

31st March 2016

This resource provides self-guided interactive tool – 3D animations of human anatomy. This resource was created by Roy Schneider (University of Toledo), Mark Hankin (Oakland University), Dennis Morse (University of Nevada), Carol Bennet-Clarke (University of Toled) (McGraw-Hill Higher Education) and can be downloaded here. Cost $75.00

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Anatomy and Physiology

31st March 2016

This resource provides an online course for human anatomy and physiology. In addition to the course themes of: Structure and Function, Homeostasis, Levels of Organization, and Integration of Systems, this course has the following units: Introduction Levels of Organization Homeostasis Skeletal System Muscular System Integumentary System Endocrine System (includes Reproduction) Digestion (includes Metabolism & Nutrition) Cardiovascular […]

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Anatomy and Physiology

31st March 2016

A very comprehensive resource created using PowerPoint. The PowerPoint presentation on anatomy and physiology covers all the main body systems. It links to a number of diagrams created in word format as well as providing further information to relevant web sites for each body system. The resource was created by West College Scotland and can be […]

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Kidneys and the Urinary System

31st March 2016

This topic begins with a diagram showing the position of the kidneys in relation to the other surrounding organs. The organs of the urinary system are detailed. Organs associated with the male and female bladder are mentioned and a diagram is included for each system. The resource was created by Caroline Finlayson, St George’s University […]

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