Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual: Making Connections, Fetal Pig Version, 2nd edition

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Overview

Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual will help you prepare for, engage with, and apply key concepts to your labs. Each lab is preceded by a "What You Need to Know Before You Start this Unit" feature and Pre-Lab Video Coaching Activities, so you'll know what to review to be successful with each lab.

Published by Pearson (July 14th 2021) - Copyright © 2019

ISBN-13: 9780137522996

Subject: Anatomy & Physiology

Category: A&P Lab

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 and Special Senses
  • Unit 18: The Endocrine System
  • Unit 19: Blood
  • Unit 20: Anatomy of the Heart
  • Unit 21: Physiology of the Heart
  • Unit 22: Anatomy of Blood Vessels
  • Unit 23: Circulatory Pathways and the Physiology of Blood Vessels
  • Unit 24: The Lymphatic System
  • Unit 25: Anatomy of the Respiratory System
  • Unit 26: Physiology of the Respiratory System
  • Unit 27: Anatomy of the Digestive System
  • Unit 28: Physiology of the Digestive System
  • Unit 29: Anatomy of the Urinary System
  • Unit 30: Physiology of the Urinary System
  • Unit 31: Reproductive and Development

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
  • LabBOOST: Protein Structure
  • 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 the Size of Objects
  • LabBOOST: Metric Conversions
  • Activity 4: Perceiving Depth of Field
  • Activity 5: Caring for the Microscope

Unit 5: The Cell

  • LabBOOST: Organelles
  • Activity 1: Making a Wet Mount
  • Activity 2: Identifying Cell Structures and Describing Their Functions
  • 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: Constructing a 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
  • LabBOOST: Osteon Model
  • Activity 4: Exploring the Microscopic Anatomy of Compact Bone
  • 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

  • LabBOOST: The Pelvic Bones
  • 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 Synovial 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
  • LabBOOST: Visualizing Sliding Filaments
  • 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

  • LabBOOST: Visualizing the Brain
  • Activity 1: Exploring the Functional Anatomy of the Brain
  • Activity 2: Electroencephalography in a Human Subject Using Biopac
  • 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: Dissecting a Sheep Brain and Spinal Cord

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

  • LabBOOST: Learning the Cranial Nerves
  • 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 and SpecialSenses

  • Activity 1: Identifying General Sensory Receptors and Exploring Their Structure and Function
  • Activity 2: Examining the Structure and Function of Olfactory and Gustatory Receptors
  • Activity 3: Exploring the Structure and Function of the Eye
  • Activity 4: Dissecting a Mammalian Eye
  • Activity 5: Performing Visual Tests
  • Activity 6: Exploring the Structure and Function of the Ear
  • Activity 7: Performing Hearing and Equilibrium Tests

Unit 18: 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
  • LabBOOST: Microscopic Anatomy of the Adrenal Cortex
  • Activity 3: Investigating Endocrine Case Studies: Clinician’s Corner
  • PhysioEx Exercise 4: Endocrine System Physiology

Unit 19: 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 20: 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 21: Physiology of the Heart

  • Activity 1: Recording and Interpreting an Electrocardiogram
  • Activity 2: Auscultating Heart Sounds
  • Activity 3: Electrocardiography in a Human Subject Using Biopac
  • PhysioEx Exercise 6: Cardiovascular Physiology

Unit 22: Anatomy of Blood Vessels

  • LabBOOST: Blood Vessel Pathways
  • 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 23: 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
  • PhysioEx Exercise 5: Cardiovascular Dynamics

Unit 24: 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 25: 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 26: Physiology of the Respiratory System

  • Activity 1: Analyzing the Model Lung and Pulmonary Ventilation
  • Activity 2: Measuring Respiratory Volumes in a Human Subject Using Biopac
  • 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 27: 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 28: 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 29: 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
  • LabBOOST: Anatomy of the Renal Corpuscle

Unit 30: 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
  • LabBOOST: Understanding Tonicity
  • PhysioEx Exercise 9: Renal System Physiology
  • PhysioEx Exercise 10: Acid–Base Balance

Unit 31: Reproductive and Development

  • Activity 1: Examining Male Reproductive Anatomy
  • Activity 2: Examining Female Reproductive Anatomy
  • Activity 3: Exploring the Microscopic Anatomy of Selected Reproductive Organs
  • Activity 4: Comparing Spermatogenesis and Oogenesis
  • Activity 5: Exploring Fertilization and the Stages of Prenatal Development
  • Activity 6: Examining the Placenta

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

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