Structure and Function of the Large Intestine

18th March 2016

This topic begins with a diagrammatic overview of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract with particular relevance to the structure and function of the large intestine. The topic then breaks down into the structure and function of the various parts of the large intestine, including the appendix, caecum, colon (ascending, descending, transverse and sigmoid), rectum and anal […]

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Web Anatomy: Self Tests

23rd September 2015

Web Anatomy: Self Tests Web Anatomy: Self Tests is a selection of online quizzes aimed at various aspects of physiology and it’s underlying biochemistry. Quizzes are in a variety of different formats including: MCQ, Blank Space and Drag and Drop for different ways of reinforcing the information.  Physiological topics include: Histology, Integumentary System, Skeletal System,  Muscular System, Nervous System, Endocrine System,  Cardiovascular […]

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Get Body Smart

21st September 2015

Get Body Smart This resource is an interactive website filled with diagrams, animations and quizzes of human physiology on various topics including: Skeletal System Muscle Physiology Muscular System Nervous System Circulatory System Respiratory System Urinary System Histology The resource can be found at The resource was created by Scott Sheffield from University of Puget Sound.

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Primal 3D Human Anatomy & Physiology

4th September 2015

Primal 3D Human Anatomy & Physiology The ideal resource for todays web-savvy students and educators, Primal Pictures’ award-winning 3D Human Anatomy & Physiology is an engaging and effective web-based interactive 3D anatomy resource for both teachers and students, with 20 interactive modules covering every body system with accurate and interactive 3D anatomy and media rich physiology content that is brings this complex subject to life. The package was […]

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