Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual: Making Connections, Main Version

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Applying Anatomy & Physiology Concepts through Active Learning

Developed as the companion lab manual to Amerman’s Human Anatomy & Physiology, Catharine Whiting’s lab manual takes an active learning approach that uses a rich variety of hands-on activities, along with guided questions, to engage students and help them apply concepts learned in lecture to lab.

 

The active learning approach to Whiting’s Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual: Making Connections includes unique hands-on activities that use different learning modes including labeling, sketching, touching, dissecting, observing, conducting experiments, interacting with groups, and making predictions. Whiting also includes pre-lab assignments to help students better prepare for lab; and post-lab assignments to solidify learning and challenge students to see interrelationships of concepts across topics. 


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Catharine C. Whiting, University of North Georgia Cathy Whiting began her college career at Waycross Junior College before transferring to the University of Georgia and earning a B.S. in biology. She earned both an M.S.T. and a Ph.D. at the University of Florida, training under an extraordinary mentor, Dr. Louis J. Guillette, a bril...
Format:Loose LeafDimensions:724 pages, 10.8 × 8.9 × 0.9 inPublished:January 7, 2015Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

BRIEF CONTENTS:

Unit 1: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology

Unit 2: Introduction to the Organ Systems

Unit 3: Chemistry

Unit 4: The Microscope

Unit 5: The Cell

Unit 6: Histology

Unit 7: The Integumentary System

Unit 8: Introduction to the Skeletal System

Unit 9: The Axial Skeleton

Unit 10: The Appendicular Skeleton

Unit 11: Joints

Unit 12: Introduction to the Muscular System: Muscle Tissue

Unit 13: Gross Anatomy of the Muscular System

Unit 14: Introduction to the Nervous System

Unit 15: The Central Nervous System: Brain and Spinal Cord

Unit 16: The Peripheral Nervous System: Nerves and Autonomic Nervous System

Unit 17: General Senses

Unit 18: Special Senses

Unit 19: The Endocrine System

Unit 20: Blood

Unit 21: Anatomy of the Heart

Unit 22: Physiology of the Heart

Unit 23: Anatomy of Blood Vessels

Unit 24: Circulatory Pathways and the Physiology of Blood Vessels

Unit 25: The Lymphatic System

Unit 26: Anatomy of the Respiratory System

Unit 27: Physiology of the Respiratory System

Unit 28: Anatomy of the Digestive System

Unit 29: Physiology of the Digestive System

Unit 30: Anatomy of the Urinary System

Unit 31: Physiology of the Urinary System

Unit 32: The Reproductive System

Unit 33: Embryonic Development and Heredity

 

Cat Dissection (in cat version)

Dissection 1:  Exploring the Muscular System of the Cat

Dissection 2:  Exploring the Spinal Nerves of the Cat

Dissection 3:  Exploring the Respiratory System of the Cat

Dissection 4:  Exploring the Digestive System of the Cat

Dissection 5:  Exploring the Cardiovascular System of the Cat

Dissection 6:  Exploring the Urinary System of the Cat

Dissection 7:  Exploring the Reproductive System of the Cat

 

Fetal Pig Dissection (in fetal pig version)

Dissection 1:  Examining Surface Anatomy and Preparing the Fetal Pig for Dissection

Dissection 2:  Skeletal Muscles of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 3:  Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 4:  Endocrine System of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 5:  Cardiovascular System of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 6:  Digestive System of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 7:  Respiratory System of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 8:  Urinary System of the Fetal Pig

Dissection 9:  Reproductive System of the Fetal Pig

 

FULL CONTENTS:

Unit 1: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology

Activity 1:  Identifying Body Regions and Exploring Surface Anatomy

Activity 2:  Identifying Body Cavities and Abdominopelvic Regions

Activity 3:  Demonstrating and Identifying Body Planes of Section

Activity 4:  Assisting the Coroner

Unit 2: Introduction to the Organ Systems

Activity 1:  Locating and Describing Major Organs and Their Functions

Activity 2:  Using Anatomical Terminology to Describe Organ Locations

Activity 3:  Studying Homeostasis and Organ System Interactions

Unit 3: Chemistry

Activity 1:  Exploring the Chemical Properties of Water

Activity 2:  Determining pH and Interpreting the pH Scale

Activity 3:  Observing the Role of Buffers

Activity 4:  Analyzing Enzymatic Activity

Unit 4: The Microscope

Activity 1:  Identifying the Parts of the Microscope

Activity 2:  Using the Microscope to View Objects

Activity 3:  Determining Field Diameter and Estimating Size of Objects

Activity 4:  Perceiving Depth of Field

Activity 5:  Caring for the Microscope

Unit 5: The Cell

Activity 1:  Identifying Cell Components in a Wet Mount

Activity 2:  Identifying Cell Structures

Activity 3:  Examining the Possible Role of Osmosis in Cystic Fibrosis

Activity 4:  Identifying the Stages of the Cell Cycle

Activity 5:  Exploring Cellular Diversity

PhysioEx  Exercise 1:  Cell Transport Mechanisms and Permeability

Unit 6: Histology

Activity 1:  Examining Epithelial Tissue

Activity 2:  Characterizing Connective Tissue

Activity 3:  Exploring Nervous Tissue and Muscle Tissue

Activity 4:  Tissue Identification Concept Map

Unit 7: The Integumentary System

Activity 1:  Identifying and Describing Skin Structures

Activity 2:  Examining the Histology of the Skin

Activity 3:  Determining Sweat Gland Distribution

Unit 8: Introduction to the Skeletal System

Activity 1:  Reviewing Skeletal Cartilages

Activity 2:  Classifying and Identifying the Bones of the Skeleton

Activity 3:  Examining the Gross Anatomy of a Long Bone

Activity 4:  Exploring the Microscopic Anatomy of Compact Bone–The Osteon

Activity 5:  Examining the Chemical Composition of Bone

Unit 9: The Axial Skeleton

Activity 1:  Studying the Bones of the Skull

Activity 2:  Examining the Fetal Skull

Activity 3:  Studying the Bones of the Vertebral Column and Thoracic Cage

Activity 4:  Identifying Bones-in-a-Bag

Unit 10: The Appendicular Skeleton

Activity 1:  Studying the Bones of the Appendicular Skeleton

Activity 2:  Identifying Bones-in-a-Bag

Unit 11: Joints

Activity 1:  Identifying and Classifying Joints

Activity 2:  Demonstrating Movements Allowed by Joints

Activity 3:  Comparing and Contrasting the Structure and Function of Selected Synovial Joints

Unit 12: Introduction to the Muscular System: Muscle Tissue

Activity 1:  Identifying the Structural Components of a Skeletal Muscle

Activity 2:  Examining the Microscopic Anatomy of Skeletal Muscle Tissue and the Neuromuscular Junction

Activity 3:  Stimulating Muscle Contraction in Glycerinated Skeletal Muscle Tissue

Activity 4:  Electromyography in a Human Subject Using Biopac

PhysioEx Exercise 2:  Skeletal Muscle Physiology

Unit 13: Gross Anatomy of the Muscular System

Activity 1:  Determining How Skeletal Muscles Are Named

Activity 2:  Mastering the Muscles of the Head and Neck

Activity 3:  Mastering the Muscles of the Trunk

Activity 4:  Mastering the Muscles of the Upper Limb

Activity 5:  Mastering the Muscles of the Lower Limb

Unit 14: Introduction to the Nervous System

Activity 1:  Calculating Reaction Time

Activity 2:  Investigating the Motor Neuron

Activity 3:  Investigating the Chemical Synapse

Activity 4:  Exploring the Histology of Nervous Tissue

PhysioEx Exercise 3:  Neurophysiology of Nerve Impulses

Unit 15: The Central Nervous System: Brain and Spinal Cord

Activity 1:  Exploring the Functional Anatomy of the Brain

Activity 2:  Electroencephalography in a Human Subject Using

Activity 3:  Identifying the Meninges/Ventricles and Tracing the Flow of Cerebrospinal Fluid

Activity 4:  Examining the Functional Anatomy of the Spinal Cord

Activity 5:  Analyzing a Spinal Reflex

Activity 6:  Dissecting a Sheep Brain and Spinal Cord

Unit 16: The Peripheral Nervous System: Nerves and Autonomic Nervous System

Activity 1:  Learning the Cranial Nerves

Activity 2:  Evaluating the Function of the Cranial Nerves

Activity 3:  Identifying the Spinal Nerves and Nerve Plexuses

Activity 4:  Exploring the Autonomic Nervous System

Unit 17: General Senses

Activity 1:  Identifying General Sensory Receptors

Activity 2:  Examining the Microscopic Structure of General Sensory Receptors

Activity 3:  Performing a Two-Point Discrimination Test

Unit 18: Special Senses

Activity 1:  Exploring the Gross Anatomy of Olfactory and Gustatory Structures and Demonstrating the Effect of Olfaction on Gustation

Activity 2:  Examining the Gross Anatomy of the Eye

Activity 3:  Dissecting a Mammalian Eye

Activity 4:  Performing Visual Tests

Activity 5:  Examining the Gross Anatomy of the Ear

Activity 6:  Performing Hearing and Equilibrium Tests

Unit 19: The Endocrine System

Activity 1:  Exploring the Organs of the Endocrine System

Activity 2:  Examining the Microscopic Anatomy of the Pituitary Gland, Thyroid Gland, Parathyroid Gland, Adrenal Gland, and Pancreas

Activity 3:  Investigating Endocrine Case Studies: Clinician’s Corner

PhysioEx Exercise 4:  Endocrine System Physiology

Unit 20: Blood

Activity 1:  Exploring the Formed Elements of Blood

Activity 2:  Performing a Hematocrit

Activity 3:  Performing a Differential White Blood Cell Count

Activity 4:  Determining Coagulation Time

Activity 5:  Determining Blood Types

PhysioEx Exercise 11:  Blood Analysis

Unit 21: Anatomy of the Heart

Activity 1:  Examining the Functional Anatomy of the Heart

Activity 2:  Dissecting a Mammalian Heart

Activity 3:  Reviewing the Microscopic Structure of Cardiac Muscle Tissue

Activity 4:  Tracing Circulatory Pathways

Unit 22: Physiology of the Heart

Activity 1:  Recording and Interpreting an Electrocardiogram

Activity 2:  Auscultating Heart Sounds

Activity 3:  Electrocardiography in a Human Subject Using

PhysioEx Exercise 6:  Cardiovascular Physiology

Unit 23: Anatomy of Blood Vessels

Activity 1:  Identifying the Major Arteries That Supply the Head, Neck, Thorax, and Upper Limbs

Activity 2:  Identifying the Major Arteries That Supply the Abdominopelvic Organs and the Lower Limbs

Activity 3:  Identifying Veins That Drain into the Venae Cavae

Activity 4:  Examining the Histology of Arteries and Veins

Unit 24: Circulatory Pathways and the Physiology of Blood Vessels

Activity 1:  Tracing Blood Flow–General Systemic Pathways

Activity 2:  Tracing Blood Flow–Specialized Systemic Pathways

Activity 3:  Tracing Blood Flow–Pulmonary Circulation

Activity 4:  Tracing Blood Flow–Fetal Circulation

Activity 5:  Measuring Blood Pressure and Examining the Effects of Body Position and Exercise

Unit 25: The Lymphatic System

Activity 1:  Exploring the Organs of the Lymphatic System

Activity 2:  Examining the Histology of a Lymph Node, a Tonsil, and the Spleen

Activity 3:  Tracing the Flow of Lymph through the Body

Activity 4:  Using a Pregnancy Test to Demonstrate Antigen—Antibody Reactions

PhysioEx Exercise 12:  Serological Testing

Unit 26: Anatomy of the Respiratory System

Activity 1:  Exploring the Organs of the Respiratory System

Activity 2:  Examining the Microscopic Anatomy of the Trachea and Lungs

Activity 3:  Examining a Sheep Pluck

Unit 27: Physiology of the Respiratory System

Activity 1:  Analyzing the Model Lung and Pulmonary Ventilation

Activity 2:  Measuring Respiratory Volumes in a Human Subject Using

Activity 3:  Determining Respiratory Volumes and Capacities at Rest and Following Exercise

Activity 4:  Investigating the Control of Breathing

PhysioEx Exercise 7:  Respiratory System Mechanics

Unit 28: Anatomy of the Digestive System

Activity 1:  Exploring the Organs of the Alimentary Canal

Activity 2:  Exploring the Accessory Organs of the Digestive System

Activity 3:  Examining the Histology of Selected Digestive Organs

Unit 29: Physiology of the Digestive System

Activity 1:  Analyzing Amylase Activity

Activity 2:  Analyzing Pepsin Activity

Activity 3:  Analyzing Lipase Activity

Activity 4:  Tracing Digestive Pathways

PhysioEx Exercise 8:  Chemical and Physical Processes of Digestion

Unit 30: Anatomy of the Urinary System

Activity 1:  Exploring the Organs of the Urinary System

Activity 2:  Dissecting a Mammalian Kidney

Activity 3:  Examining the Microscopic Anatomy of the Kidney, Ureter, and Urinary Bladder

Unit 31: Physiology of the Urinary System

Activity 1:  Demonstrating the Function of the Filtration Membrane

Activity 2:  Simulating the Events of Urine Production and Urine Concentration

Activity 3:  Using the Results of a Urinalysis to Make Clinical Connections

PhysioEx Exercise 9:  Renal System Physiology

PhysioEx Exercise 10:  Acid—Base Balance

Unit 32: The Reproductive System

Activity 1:  Examining Male Reproductive Anatomy

Activity 2:  Examining Female Reproductive Anatomy

Activity 3:  Modeling Meiosis

Activity 4:  Comparing Spermatogenesis and Oogenesis

Unit 33: Embryonic Development and Heredity

Activity 1:  Exploring Fertilization and the Stages of Prenatal Development

Activity 2:  Examining the Placenta

Activity 3:  Learning the Language of Genetics

Activity 4:  Exploring Dominant-Recessive Inheritance

Activity 5:  Exploring Other Patterns of Inheritance

 

Cat Dissection (in cat version)

Dissection 1:  Exploring the Muscular System of the Cat

Activity 1: Skinning the Cat

Activity 2: Dissecting the Muscles of the Neck and Trunk

Activity 3: Dissecting the Muscles of the Forelimb

Activity 4: Dissecting the Muscles of the Hind limb

Dissection 2:  Exploring the Spinal Nerves of the Cat

Activity 1: Dissecting the Nerves from the Brachial Plexus

Activity 2: Dissecting the Nerves from the Lumbosacral Plexus

Dissection 3:  Exploring the Respiratory System of the Cat

Activity 1: Dissecting the Organs of the Ventral Body Cavity

Activity 2: Dissecting the Structures of the Respiratory System

Dissection 4:  Exploring the Digestive System of the Cat

Activity 1: Identifying the Organs of the Alimentary Canal

Activity 2: Identifying the Accessory Organs of the Digestive Tract

Dissection 5:  Exploring the Cardiovascular System of the Cat

Activity 1: Identifying Arteries

Activity 2: Identifying Veins

Dissection 6:  Exploring the Urinary System of the Cat

Activity 1: Identifying the Organs of the Urinary System

Dissection 7:  Exploring the Reproductive System of the Cat

Activity 1: Identifying the Reproductive Structures of the Female Cat

Activity 2: Identifying the Reproductive Structures of the Male Cat

 

Fetal Pig Dissection (in fetal pig version)

Dissection 1:  Examining Surface Anatomy and Preparing the Fetal Pig for Dissection

Activity 1: Examining Surface Anatomy of the Fetal Pig

Activity 2: Directional Terms and Body Planes for Quadrupeds

Activity 3: Preparing the Fetal Pig for Dissection: Skinning

Dissection 2:  Skeletal Muscles of the Fetal Pig

Activity 1: Dissecting the Muscles of the Head and Neck

Activity 2: Dissecting the Muscles of the Trunk

Activity 3: Dissecting the Muscles of the Forelimb

Activity 4: Dissecting the Muscles of the Hind Limb

Dissection 3:  Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves of the Fetal Pig

Activity 1: Examining the Spinal Cord

Activity 2: Examining the Brachial Plexus and the Lumbosacral Plexus

Dissection 4:  Endocrine System of the Fetal Pig

Activity 1: Exploring the Endocrine System

Dissection 5:  Cardiovascular System of the Fetal Pig

Activity 1: Exploring the Heart of the Fetal Pig

Activity 2: Identifying Arteries

Activity 3: Identifying Veins

Dissection 6:  Digestive System of the Fetal Pig

Activity 1: Identifying the Organs of the Digestive System

Dissection 7:  Respiratory System of the Fetal Pig

Activity 1: Identifying the Structures of the Respiratory System

Dissection 8:  Urinary System of the Fetal Pig

Activity 1: Identifying the Organs of the Urinary System

Dissection 9:  Reproductive System of the Fetal Pig

Activity 1: Identifying the Reproductive Structures of the Fetal Pig