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Anatomy Bowl: Introduction to Anatomy
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In this anatomy version of jeopardy, you will be quizzed on the ... More

In this anatomy version of jeopardy, you will be quizzed on the following topics: body systems, medical professions, position terminology, and body regions. Good Luck! Less

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SMARTR
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Anatomy & Physiology
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You probably have a general understanding of how your body works. But ... More

You probably have a general understanding of how your body works. But do you fully comprehend how all of the intricate functions and systems of the human body work together to keep you healthy? This course will provide that insight. By approaching the study of the body in an organized way, you will be able to connect what you learn about anatomy and physiology to what you already know about your own body. By taking this course, you will begin to think and speak in the language of the domain while integrating the knowledge you gain about anatomy to support explanations of physiological phenomenon. The course focuses on a few themes that, when taken together, provide a full view of what the human body is capable of and of the exciting processes going on inside of it. Topics covered include: Structure and Function, Homeostasis, Levels of Organization, and Integration of Systems. Note: This free course requires registration Less

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Anatomy/Physiology
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General Human Anatomy, Fall 2005
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Integrative Biology 131: General Human Anatomy, Fall 2006. The functional anatomy of ... More

Integrative Biology 131: General Human Anatomy, Fall 2006. The functional anatomy of the human body as revealed by gross and microscopic examination. Marian Diamond's course has become famous on YouTube and was written up by the New York Times. Less

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Biology
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U.C. Berkeley
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Marian Diamond
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Hair - Anatomy & Physiology
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Hair germs begin from an aggregation of keratinocytes in the stratum basale ... More

Hair germs begin from an aggregation of keratinocytes in the stratum basale of the epidermis. The initiating factor is the underlying dermal fibroblast cells. The keratinocytes elongate, divide and relocate to the dermis. Dermal fibroblasts then form a dermal papilla beneath the hair germ. This causes stimulation of the basal stem cells to up-regulate their cycle, producing cells that will keratinise and form the hair shaft. Two swellings form on the shaft, one containing stem cells for follicle regeneration, the other becomes a sebaceous gland which will secrete sebum onto the hair shaft. The follicles develop from an ectodermal bud which invades the mesenchyme during embryonic development. The mesoderm also condenses during the development creating an outer mesodermal component to the embedded part of the hair. Less

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Hoof - Anatomy & Physiology
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The hoof is defined from a physiologic perspective as the modified skin ... More

The hoof is defined from a physiologic perspective as the modified skin covering the tip of the digit and all enclosed structures. The hoof provides protection to the distal limb and is formed by keratinisation of the epithelial layer and modification of the underlying dermis. The keratin in the epidermis, when thickened and cornified, is referred to as horn. Horn makes up the outer surface if the hoof and is particularly resistant to mechanical and chemical damage. Less

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Human Anatomy
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This course will provide the student with an overview of the body ... More

This course will provide the student with an overview of the body from a systemic perspective. Each unit will focus on one system, or network of organs that work together to perform a particular function. At the end of this course, the student will review the ways in which the systems overlap, as well as discuss current body imaging techniques and learn how to correctly interpret the images in order to put our newly-gained anatomical knowledge to practical use. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to: identify gross and microscopic anatomy and explain interactions of the major organ systems in the human body; perform and analyze experiments in human anatomy (virtual); use language necessary to appropriately describe human anatomy; explain and identify how structure and function complement each other; describe how anatomy relates to medical situations in healthy and diseased states. (Biology 302) Less

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The Saylor Foundation
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Human Anatomy - Laboratory
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In this lab, the student will review the anatomy and histology of ... More

In this lab, the student will review the anatomy and histology of the organs by using images of models, microscopic slides, and videos on cat and sheep dissections. The student will then be asked to assess his or her knowledge, which eventually can be put to practical or experimental use. Upon successful completion of this lab supplement, students will be able to: use anatomical terminology correctly in the laboratory; using a compound light microscope, identify different tissues and describe a human organ where that tissue can be found; describe the major features and functions of human skin; identify and name human bones and their major features and differentiate, microscopically and grossly, between compact and spongy bone; name and describe the functions of the human brain's major structures; describe the anatomical and functional differences between the dorsal and ventral roots of spinal nerves and the dorsal and ventral horns of the spinal cord's grey matter; describe the structure of an intervertebral disc; identify, microscopically and grossly, the differences between the three types of muscle and describe the respective structures and locations of different muscle tissues; identify and name the structures of the human eye and the human ear; describe the major similarities and differences in the structure of an artery and a vein; describe the flow of blood through the heart and identify all major vessels, chambers, and valves; identify and name, histologically and anatomically, the major components of the respiratory system, the digestive system, and the male and female urinary systems; identify and name, histologically and anatomically, the major components of male and female reproductive systems. (Biology 302 Laboratory) Less

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The Integumentary System : Epithelial Classification (06:02)
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Our second video on epithelial tissues. This video focuses on epithelial classification. ... More

Our second video on epithelial tissues. This video focuses on epithelial classification. The concepts covered in this video include: •Epithelial Classification •Squamous Epithelial •Cuboidal Epithelial •Columnar Epithelial •Simply and Stratified Epithelial •Pseudostratified •Transitional Epithelium Lesson 2 in The Integumentary 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 cell biology series: - Introduction to Epithelial Cells (06:01): http://youtu.be/qdZ1U0LA1ko - Epithelial Classification (06:02): http://youtu.be/HQDqb9yoHTE - Types of Epithelial Tissues (06:03): http://youtu.be/KIZD56w_UAY Less

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The Integumentary System : Introduction to Epithelial Cells (06:01)
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Anatomy and Physiology students must know some histology and there is no ... More

Anatomy and Physiology students must know some histology and there is no better place to start then by looking at the epithelial cells. Lesson 1 in The Integumentary 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 cell biology series: - Introduction to Epithelial Cells (06:01): http://youtu.be/qdZ1U0LA1ko - Epithelial Classification (06:02): http://youtu.be/HQDqb9yoHTE - Types of Epithelial Tissues (06:03): http://youtu.be/KIZD56w_UAY Less

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Integumentary System Overview - Anatomy & Physiology
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The integumentary system is an organ system that forms the protective covering ... More

The integumentary system is an organ system that forms the protective covering of an animal and comprises the skin (including glands and their products), haircoat or feathers, scales, nails, hooves and horns. The integumentary system has a variety of functions; in animals, it serves to waterproof, cushion and protect the deeper tissues, excrete waste, regulate temperature and is the location of sensory receptors for pain, pressure and temperature. Generally mammalian skin is covered with hair and is termed hirsute skin. Where hair is absent, it is termed glabrous skin. Less

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The Integumentary System : Types of Epithelial Tissues (06:03)
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In this video we look at the types of epithelial tissues. In ... More

In this video we look at the types of epithelial tissues. In the previous video we saw how to classify them, this video examines their structures and functions. Lesson 3 in The Integumentary 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 cell biology series: - Introduction to Epithelial Cells (06:01): http://youtu.be/qdZ1U0LA1ko - Epithelial Classification (06:02): http://youtu.be/HQDqb9yoHTE - Types of Epithelial Tissues (06:03): http://youtu.be/KIZD56w_UAY Less

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