Laboratory manual for undergraduate Anatomy & Physiology 1
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Laboratory manual for undergraduate Anatomy & Physiology 1
Laboratory manual for undergraduate Anatomy & Physiology 2
Lab Reference to accompany Openstax Anatomy & Physiology.
This resource is a human anatomy lab manual compiled of OER resources from OpenStax, independent faculty authors, and other OER resources. It contains 23 wet lab activities which may be revised/remixed as needed.
This lab manual is designed to support classrooms without specialized lab equipment. Recommended as a supplement to the Blue Mountain Community College adaptation of OpenStax Concepts of Biology: Concepts of Biology, available at https://www.oercommons.org/courses/concepts-of-biology-2
Lab Manual for BIO101 at Mt Hood Community College. The associated textbook is available at https://openoregon.pressbooks.pub/mhccbiology101/
Lab Manual for BIO102 at Mt Hood Community College. The associated textbook is available at https://openoregon.pressbooks.pub/mhccbiology102/
This book is a guide to the basic fetal pig dissection conducted as a part of the Queens College, CUNY Biology Department Bio105 General Biology: Physiology and Cell Biology course. This course is the first half our two-part series for biology majors. The actives are designed to be conducted over a three- 3-hour lab periods which focus on the relationship of form and function of the pig anatomy and physiology. Step by step instructions for the dissection are provided along with some microscopy tasks to look at the histology of key organs.
In addition to the full text of the book, we also provide a form with just the assessment portions of the book. This allows students to limit the printed material to just those pages.
This site is an OER lab manual for a college level genetics course.
This laboratory manual was developed for a microbiology laboratory course designed to give students in the health care professions basic knowledge and skills of the techniques used to study microbes. The course is taken by first-time college students in the 6-year medical program and by prepharmacy undergraduates. Because this is the only microbiology laboratory course these students take, the laboratory experiments are essential to illustrate microbiological principles and methods presented in lecture companion course. The laboratory exercises demonstrate basic concepts of microbiology with emphasis on infectious diseases and host defenses.
Throughout the course, students gain competency in the following areas:
Safe handling of microbes
Knowledge of the techniques and media used to subculture microbes
Use of the light microscope
Identification of microbes using biochemical tests and/or immunological techniques
Interpretation of experimental results
In the past, I supplemented a commercially published lab manual with detailed weekly instructions posted to the course website. My instructions summarized the theory presented, pointing out the important concepts. Based on past experience, I made changes to the lab procedure accommodating organisms that work well in the UMKC teaching lab. In addition, the instructions gave students clarification on the post lab questions, encouraging critical thinking and evaluation of their actual experimental results. Students were required to use both the manual and my handouts to fully understand the exercise. As much as I tried to make each week’s activities clear, there was often confusion about the procedure, observations and/or expectations on the post-lab questions. This work aims to put it all together in one place for the student. For this project, I have built upon much of my original supplementary material using several open educational resources, most notably, OpenStax Microbiology. I appreciate the funding and support from the UM-system and the UMKC Libraries. I am grateful to my students who make teaching fun and interesting and will be unwitting editors and evaluators of this work. Sincerely,
Loretta Sanderson Klamm
Human Anatomy Laboratory Manual is a diagram-based lab manual for 1-semester Human Anatomy courses. Included are over 100 openly-licensed images that students will be able to label and learn from.
A lab manual for BIO 3300, Biology for non-majors, at Kingsborough Community College.
Lab manual for Introduction to Physics. This course is an introduction to the major concepts in physics, ﬁlled with relevant information of our scientiﬁc and technological age that every voting member of our society should know. We will cover both classical and modern physics; including physical principles concerning motion, gravity, heat, light, sound, electricity, magnetism, the atom, the nucleus, relativity, and quantum mechanics.
Principles of Biology I & II Lab Manuals in pdf format. 13 labs per manual ranging from the scientific method, microscopy, cells, mitosis, nervous, circulatory system, and more.
A Google Drive folder containing 10 labs for Organic Chemistry, as well as a table of contents and links to another open lab technique manual. Created for the Organic Chemistry courses at the College of DuPage.This resource will be updated as needed. For the Google Folder and most recent version, visit: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/17kCOjwvFzr1BUhUZRl5SHJ09CUedmvaR?usp=sharing
The manual contains the following labs:
Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology
Histology – Epithelial & Connective Tissues
Histology – Muscle & Nervous Tissues
The Integumentary System
Introduction to the Skeletal System
The Lower Limb – Bones
The Lower Limb – Muscles
The Lower Limb – Joints
The Lower Limb – Nerves
The Lower Limb – Movement
The Upper Limb – Bones
The Upper Limb – Muscles
The Upper Limb – Joints
The Upper Limb – Nerves
The Upper Limb – Movement
Central Nervous System – The Spinal Cord
Central Nervous System – The Brain
The Senses – Vision
The Senses - Hearing