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Mammalian Histology: Epithelial, Connective, Muscular and Nervous Tissues
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BCC Bioscience Image Library is a media file repository of images and video clips made available to educators and students in the biological sciences. The resources are created by faculty, staff and students of Berkshire Community College and are licensed under Creative Commons 0. This means all content is free, with no restrictions on how the material may be used, reused, adapted or modified for any purposes, without restriction under copyright or database law.

This project was partially funded by a $20,000,000 grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration, Grant # TC-26450-14-60-A-25. The product was created by the grantee and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Department of Labor. The U.S. Department of Labor makes no guarantees, warranties, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, with respect to such information, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the information or its completeness, timeliness, usefulness, adequacy, continued availability, or ownership.

If you have any questions contact professor Faye Reynolds at: freynold@berkshirecc.edu

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Fayette A. Reynolds
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Date Added:
02/15/2022
Berkshire Community College Bioscience Image Library’s albums
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BCC Bioscience Image Library is a media file repository of images and video clips made available to educators and students in the biological sciences. The resources are created by faculty, staff and students of Berkshire Community College and are licensed under Creative Commons 0. This means all content is free, with no restrictions on how the material may be used, reused, adapted or modified for any purposes, without restriction under copyright or database law.


This project was partially funded by a $20,000,000 grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration, Grant # TC-26450-14-60-A-25. The product was created by the grantee and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Department of Labor. The U.S. Department of Labor makes no guarantees, warranties, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, with respect to such information, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the information or its completeness, timeliness, usefulness, adequacy, continued availability, or ownership.


If you have any questions contact professor Faye Reynolds at: freynold@berkshirecc.edu

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Fayette A. Reynolds
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Date Added:
02/14/2022
Oogenesis - Anatomy & Physiology
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Oogenesis is the process of producing the female gametes, the Ovum, from the primordial germ cells. The majority of the steps in oogenesis, up to the point of producing primary oocytes, occur pre-natally. Therefore, females are born with all of the Primary Oocytes that they will ever have as primary oocytes do not divide further.

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Anus - Anatomy & Physiology
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The anus is the terminal portion of the alimentary tract which communicates with the external environment. Two sphincters control it's aperture. It allows faeces and gas to leave the body. Defeacation is the process where faeces are expelled from the rectum through the anus.

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Nasal Cavity - Anatomy & Physiology
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The respiratory tract begins with the nose which includes the external nose, internal nasal cavities and paranasal sinuses. As well as being vital for transport of gases to the lower respiratory tract, the nasal cavity is also the site for one of the special senses - Olfaction.

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Veterinary Anatomy And Veterinary Physiology
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Welcome to the Anatomy and Physiology section of WikiVet. Anatomy is the study of form and structure of organisms, whilst physiology is the study of the function of an organism and the processes, physical, chemical and biological, occuring within it. Here we cover all the anatomical and physiological points that make up our domestic species and exotic species.

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The Muscular System : Introduction to the Muscular System (09:05)
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In this video we take a quick overview of the muscular system and talk about the functions of the skeletal muscles.

Lesson 5 in our Muscular System series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

If this video helps you please be sure to LST -like subscribe and tell your friends. Your support help us make more videos. For the complete series please visit http://mrfordsclass.net/

Videos in the skeletal system series:
-Muscle Tissue (09:01): http://youtu.be/RDqUg7ERwDQ
-Skeletal Muscle (09:02): http://youtu.be/NBuReVewhws
-Motor Unit and Muscle Fibers (09:03): http://youtu.be/f5wnaf96TH4
-Cardiac and Smooth Muscle (09:04): http://youtu.be/isOWu7Ts-vs
-Introduction to the Muscular System (09:05): http://youtu.be/F8DzB7hcLA4
-Fascia (09:06): http://youtu.be/K1zkJySBhlU
-Types of Muscle Contraction (09:07): http://youtu.be/i2VG3HGBrBw
-Before We Start (09:08): http://youtu.be/HXH7tQ2Cq1o
-Muscles of Facial Expression (09:09): http://youtu.be/UB73SMxDv-o
-Muscles of Mastication (09:10): http://youtu.be/oOiUJ6b6-pI

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Anatomy/Physiology
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Scott Ford
Date Added:
10/02/2014
The Endocrine System : Pituitary Hormones (12:04)
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In the previous video we showed the glands that make up the endocrine system. This video starts our study of the hormones produced by each gland. We kick off by looking at the hormones produced by the pituitary gland.

Lesson 4 in our Endocrine System series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

If this video helps you please be sure to LST -like subscribe and tell your friends. Your support help us make more videos. For the complete series please visit http://mrfordsclass.net/

Videos in the skeletal system series:
-Introduction to the Endocrine System (12:01): http://youtu.be/2QIR7bCYqXQ
-Hormonal Action (12:02): http://youtu.be/FLsCXNPE2cg
-Glands of the Endocrine System (12:03): http://youtu.be/4aLoLVbtMkU
-Pituitary Hormones (12:04): http://youtu.be/AF1zVoDAHac

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Anatomy/Physiology
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Mr. Ford's Class
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Scott Ford
Date Added:
10/04/2014
The Cardiovascular System : Introduction to Blood Vessels (14:08)
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This video kicks off the blood vessels series. The concepts covered in this video include:
-The functions of the cardiovascular system
-The components of the cardiovascular system
-The major divisions of the cardiovascular system: pulmonary circuit and systemic circuit

Lesson 8 in our Cardiovascular System (Heart and Blood Vessels) series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

If this video helps you please be sure to LST -like subscribe and tell your friends. Your support helps us make more videos. For the complete series please visit http://mrfordsclass.net/

Blood Videos
-Introduction to Blood (13:01): http://youtu.be/-Y5U49E-CM4
-Composition of Blood (13:02): http://youtu.be/YHCIMKZ0zrg
-Hematopoiesis-Making Blood (13:03): http://youtu.be/sibrcrXHJGI
-Red Blood Cells (13:04): http://youtu.be/19_6kUCVYfk

Heart and Blood Vessels Videos
-Heart Fundamentals (14:01): http://youtu.be/Y335KJ-EuDw
-Layers of the Heart (14:02): http://youtu.be/8PlwFTwJRMQ
-Chambers in the Heart (14:03): http://youtu.be/SdNQtPzUfHg
-Introduction to Blood Vessels (14:08): http://youtu.be/GVs8cd6jv94
-Types of Blood Vessels (14:09): http://youtu.be/_jkQR8v-bAg
-Movement of Blood (14:11): http://youtu.be/x9dH5TpKntk

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Anatomy/Physiology
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Scott Ford
Date Added:
10/05/2014
The Muscular System : Motor Unit and Muscle Fibers (09:03)
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Lean what the motor unit is and how it makes muscles fibers contract.

Lesson 3 in our Muscular System series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

If this video helps you please be sure to LST -like subscribe and tell your friends. Your support help us make more videos. For the complete series please visit http://mrfordsclass.net/

Videos in the skeletal system series:
-Muscle Tissue (09:01): http://youtu.be/RDqUg7ERwDQ
-Skeletal Muscle (09:02): http://youtu.be/NBuReVewhws
-Motor Unit and Muscle Fibers (09:03): http://youtu.be/f5wnaf96TH4
-Cardiac and Smooth Muscle (09:04): http://youtu.be/isOWu7Ts-vs
-Introduction to the Muscular System (09:05): http://youtu.be/F8DzB7hcLA4
-Fascia (09:06): http://youtu.be/K1zkJySBhlU
-Types of Muscle Contraction (09:07): http://youtu.be/i2VG3HGBrBw
-Before We Start (09:08): http://youtu.be/HXH7tQ2Cq1o
-Muscles of Facial Expression (09:09): http://youtu.be/UB73SMxDv-o
-Muscles of Mastication (09:10): http://youtu.be/oOiUJ6b6-pI

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Anatomy/Physiology
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Mr. Ford's Class
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Scott Ford
Date Added:
10/02/2014
Bursa of Fabricius
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The Bursa of Fabricus is a primary lymphoid organ found in birds. The bursa was the first place that a certain subset of lymphocytes was observed and consequently they were named B lymphocytes (bursa of Fabricius or bursa equivalent organs). The bursa is involved in the differentiation of B lymphocytes.

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Mediastinum - Anatomy & Physiology
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The mediastinum divides the thoracic cage into two halves. It extends from the Spine to the Sternum and contains many structures including blood vessels, nerves, oesophagus, trachea and heart.

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Internal and External Genitalia Development - Anatomy & Physiology
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Sexual differentiaton by default follows a pathways for development of female internal and external genitalia, requiring no active intervention. Endocrine activity of the testes, production of Androgens by Leydig cells and Mullerian Inhibiting hormone (MIH) by Sertoli cells, is required for sexual differentiation to be diverted down the male genitalia development pathway.

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Oesophagus - Anatomy & Physiology
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The oesophagus (or gullet) is a muscular tube which transports food from the pharynx to the stomach. A bolus of food is passed down the oesophagus by peristalsis. The oesophagus is divided into cervical, thoracic and abdominal sections.

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Avian Intestines - Anatomy & Physiology
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The intestines occupy the caudal part of the body. They contact the reproductive organs and the gizzard. The small intestine is long and relatively uniform in shape and size. There is no demarcation between the jejunum and the ileum.

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Neurotransmitters - Anatomy & Physiology
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Neurotransmitters are chemicals that are used to relay, amplify and modulate signals between neurones and cells. They can be classified into two main groups; small-molecule transmitters (SMT) and neuropeptides.

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Foetal Circulation - Anatomy & Physiology
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Prior to birth the foetus is not capable of respiratory function and thus relies on the maternal circulation to carry out gas, nutrient and waste exchange. The foetal and maternal blood never mix, instead they interface at the placenta. Consequently the liver and the lungs are non-functional, and a series of shunts exist in the foetal circulation so that these organs are almost completely by-passed.

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Meninges - Anatomy & Physiology
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The central nervous system (CNS) is surrounded by several layers of tissue, with several outer layers not directly related to the CNS and three membranes that directly envelope the CNS. The outer layers are the skin and then a bone layer with associated periosteum. This layer includes the skull and the vertebrae. Below the periosteum is the Epidural Space which lies between periosteum and dura in the vertebral canal. The epidural space contains adipose tissue, loose connective tissue, veins and lymphatics. It cushions the cord as it flexes.

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