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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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The Nervous System : Neurons (10:02)
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We take a look at the nerve cells, the components of a neuron: dendrites, cell bodies, and axons.

The concepts covered in this video include:
•Neurons
•Parts of the neuron
•Axonal transport

Lesson 2 in our Nervous System series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

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Videos in the skeletal system series:
- Introduction (10:01): http://youtu.be/HX1bsdHLC58
- Neurons (10:02): http://youtu.be/-AcQI5MQhLU
- Classification of Neurons (10:03): http://youtu.be/PoqzDE_OLsQ
- Neuroglia Cells (10:04): http://youtu.be/stqdNMc6-Jk
- Before We Start (10:08): http://youtu.be/E8K_W8c_c-M
- Divisions of the Nervous System (10:09): http://youtu.be/kEJkYkF6nMc
- Components of the Central Nervous System (10:10): http://youtu.be/IwofyN198YU
- The Cerebrum (10:11): http://youtu.be/VLt3jigsMAU
- Lobes of the Cerebrum (10:12): http://youtu.be/Zc__B_sOA-Q
- Functional Areas of the Brain (10:13): http://youtu.be/sjbZ9QGyBi8

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Date Added:
10/03/2014
The Cardiovascular System : Hematopoiesis - Making Blood (13:03)
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In this video take a look at hematopoiesis (haematopoiesis), or the creation of blood. While we are still embryos the formation of blood can occur in multiple sites. After birth production primary takes place in red bone marrow.

All blood cells that are circulating derive from pluripotential hematopoietic cells also known as hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs). These stem cells can form any of the blood cells or other stem cells. Hematopoietic Growth Factor will help determine what the stem cell grows into.

There are three families that blood cells can grow up to become: 1) Erythroid cells, 2) Lymphocytes, and 3) Myelocytes.

Lesson 3 in our Cardiovascular System (Blood) series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

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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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Date Added:
10/05/2014
The Male Reproductive System : The Scrotum (19:03)
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We had to talk about the scrotum briefly in a previous video. This video looks specifically at this structure. Included in this video is the composition of the structure as well as how it regulate the temperature needed for sperm production.

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

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Other Free Videos in the Male Reproductive System series:
-Introduction to the Male Reproductive System (19:01): http://youtu.be/jhlcnndfiG0
-Testes and Spermatic Ducts (19:02): http://youtu.be/lVlNH2SDIQU
-The Scrotum (19:03): http://youtu.be/S1uEG-NYKaA

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Date Added:
10/06/2014
The Skeletal System : Appendicular Skeleton & Shoulder Girdle (07:13)
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In this video we look the appendicular skeleton in general and the shoulder girdle.

Lesson 13 in The Skeletal System series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

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Videos in the skeletal system series:
-Introduction to the Skeletal System (07:01): http://youtu.be/DT8CNqI8x0o
-General Features of Bone (07:02): http://youtu.be/AITDZj2utok
-Types of Bone (07:03): http://youtu.be/Dnw3WflKuzg
-Bone Modeling (07:04): http://youtu.be/YjKbvlvhHmM
-Cranial Bone pt 1 (07:05): http://youtu.be/W2gAC3QAU08
-Cranial Bone pt 2 (07:06): http://youtu.be/aMJKT0cSJng
-Facial Bones pt 1 (07:07): http://youtu.be/ocUlnpPxCv8
-Facial Bones pt 2 (07:08): http://youtu.be/BA_kO9yhWT4
-Thoracic Cage ( 07:09): http://youtu.be/zvZffUPlcbs
-Vertebral Column (07:10): http://youtu.be/V0694vZmWY8
-The Vertebrae (07:11): http://youtu.be/ozQmy6Sx2cA
-Appendicular Skeleton & Shoulder Girdle (07:13): http://youtu.be/6bBcpGCQRZ4

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Scott Ford
Date Added:
10/02/2014
Joints and Articulations : Hyaline Cartilage (08:02)
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In this video we look at the histology and function of hyaline cartilage.

Lesson 2 in our Joints and Articulations series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

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Videos in the skeletal system series:
-Introduction to Joints and Articulations (08:01): http://youtu.be/DJcMQQ-u04I
-Hyaline Cartilage (08:02): http://youtu.be/g8RW8HfUNEM
-Fibrocartilage (08:03): http://youtu.be/N6t7hqDcmlE
-Elastic Cartilage (08:04): http://youtu.be/yNOzgwx4r5w
-Joint Fundamentals (08:05): http://youtu.be/urxeIGf4Olk
-Classification Structure (08:06): http://youtu.be/9xSXGZQqpcw
-Synovial Joint Movements (08:11): http://youtu.be/-GCgaoRdeaU

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Date Added:
10/03/2014
The Cardiovascular System : Layers of the Heart (14:02)
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We continue our study of the cardiovascular system by diving through the layers of the heart.

The concepts covered in this video include:
-Layers of the heart
-Fibrous Pericardium
-Serous Pericardium-Parietal Layer
-Pericardial Cavity
-Visceral Layer/Epicardium
-Myocardium
-Endocardium

Lesson 2 in our Cardiovascular System (Heart and Blood Vessels) series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

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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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Date Added:
10/05/2014
Joints and Articulations : Elastic Cartilage (08:04)
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In this video we take a closer look at the histology and function of Elastic Cartilage.

Lesson 4 in our Joints and Articulations series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

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Videos in the skeletal system series:
-Introduction to Joints and Articulations (08:01): http://youtu.be/DJcMQQ-u04I
-Hyaline Cartilage (08:02): http://youtu.be/g8RW8HfUNEM
-Fibrocartilage (08:03): http://youtu.be/N6t7hqDcmlE
-Elastic Cartilage (08:04): http://youtu.be/yNOzgwx4r5w
-Joint Fundamentals (08:05): http://youtu.be/urxeIGf4Olk
-Classification Structure (08:06): http://youtu.be/9xSXGZQqpcw
-Synovial Joint Movements (08:11): http://youtu.be/-GCgaoRdeaU

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Mr. Ford's Class
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Date Added:
10/03/2014
The Muscular System : Muscles of Mastication (09:10)
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This video covers the muscles of mastication.

Special thanks to Visible Body for allowing me to use screen captures of their amazing product.

Lesson 10 in our Muscular System series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

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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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Date Added:
10/02/2014
The Nervous System : Components of the Central Nervous System (10:10)
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Continuing our look at the nervous system, we take a survey of the components of the central nervous system. Covered in this video: Cerebrum, Cerebellum, Brainstem and the spinal cord.

Lesson 10 in our Nervous System series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

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Videos in the skeletal system series:
- Introduction (10:01): http://youtu.be/HX1bsdHLC58
- Neurons (10:02): http://youtu.be/-AcQI5MQhLU
- Classification of Neurons (10:03): http://youtu.be/PoqzDE_OLsQ
- Neuroglia Cells (10:04): http://youtu.be/stqdNMc6-Jk
- Before We Start (10:08): http://youtu.be/E8K_W8c_c-M
- Divisions of the Nervous System (10:09): http://youtu.be/kEJkYkF6nMc
- Components of the Central Nervous System (10:10): http://youtu.be/IwofyN198YU
- The Cerebrum (10:11): http://youtu.be/VLt3jigsMAU
- Lobes of the Cerebrum (10:12): http://youtu.be/Zc__B_sOA-Q
- Functional Areas of the Brain (10:13): http://youtu.be/sjbZ9QGyBi8

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Date Added:
10/03/2014
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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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.

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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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Date Added:
10/05/2014
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.

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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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Date Added:
10/04/2014
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.

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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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Scott Ford
Date Added:
10/02/2014
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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Date Added:
10/02/2014
Implantation - Anatomy & Physiology
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The term 'implantation' is often used to describe the attachment of the placental membranes to the endometrium in most animals. True implantation is a phenomenon in rodents and humans in which the conceptus 'buries' itself in the uterine endometrium. The conceptus temporarily disappears beneath the surface. In most other species, the conceptus does not truly implant, but attaches to the endometrial surface and remains in the luminal compartment.

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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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