Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology, 6th Edition

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    The Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology, 6th Edition

    By Connie Allen and Valerie Harper

    The Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology, 6th Edition contains dynamic and applied activities and experiments that help students both visualize anatomical structures and understand complex physiological topics. Lab exercises are designed in a way that requires students to first apply information they learned and then critically evaluate it. With many different format options available along with powerful digital resources, it’s easy to customize this laboratory manual to your course.

    The next generation of WileyPLUS for the Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology gives instructors the freedom and flexibility to tailor content and easily manage their course to keep students engaged and on track.

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    Linear Design and Organization

    Customizable modules are organized by learning objective and include eTextbook content, interactive tutorials, and high quality animations.

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    Recommended Assignments and Quality Question Banks

    Based on usage data, recommended assignments include the most popular auto-graded questions for each section. Instructors can easily customize recommended assignments or select from thousands of questions specifically written for this course.

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    Adaptive Practice

    Targeted and personalized opportunities for practice effectively help students prepare for class or quizzes and exams. Active retrieval of information with practice questions is proven to improve information retention better than re-reading or reviewing the material, and students who use adaptive practice to prepare for exams do significantly better than those who do not.

    Interactive eTextbook

    Students can easily search content, highlight and take notes, access instructor’s notes and highlights, and read offline.

    1. Anatomical Language
    2. Organ Systems and Body Cavities
    3. Compound Light Microscope
    4. Cell Structure and Function
    5. Transport Across the Plasma Membrane
    6. Tissues
    7. Integumentary System Structure and Function
    8. Bone Structure and Function
    9. Axial Skeleton
    10. Appendicular Skeleton
    11. Joints and Synovial Joint Movements
    12. Skeletal Muscle Structure
    13. Contraction of Skeletal Muscle
    14. Skeletal Muscles and Their Actions
    15. Surface Anatomy
    16. Nervous Tissue
    17. Spinal Cord Structure and Function
    18. Spinal Nerves
    19. Somatic Reflexes
    20. Brain Structure and Function
    21. Cranial Nerves
    22. Autonomic Nervous System Structure and Function
    23. General Senses
    24. Special Senses
    25. Endocrine Structure and Function
    26. Blood Components and Blood Tests
    27. Heart Structure and Function
    28. Cardiac Cycle
    29. Blood Vessel Structure and Function
    30. Blood Vessel Identification
    31. Lymphatic System Structure and Immune System Function
    32. Respiratory System Structure and Function
    33. Pulmonary Ventilation
    34. Digestive System Structure and Function
    35. Chemical Digestion
    36. Urinary System Structure and Function
    37. Urine Formation and Urinalysis
    38. Male Reproductive System Structure and Function
    39. Female Reproductive System Structure and Function
    40. Human Development
    41. Heredity

    What's Inside

    Physiological simulations reinforce techniques used in the laboratory.

    PowerPhys 3.0 simulation software allows users to explore physiology principles through 14 self-contained activities. Each activity includes objectives with illustrated and animated review material, pre-lab quizzes, pre-lab reports, data collection and analysis, and a full lab report with discussion and application questions. Experiments contain randomly generated data, allowing users to experiment multiple times but still arrive at the same conclusions.

    Real Anatomy

    Students practice on a real cadaver from the comfort of their own computer.

    Real Anatomy 2.0 3-D imaging software lets students dissect through over 40 layers of a real human body to study the anatomical structures of all body systems. Students also have access to cat, fetal pig, and rat dissection videos, which provide step-by-step directions for dissecting these animals.

    What's New

    Lab Manual for Anatomy and Physiology, 6th Edition enhancements include:

    • Concept Lectures: Created by author Mark Nielsen, these lectures provide a great resource for instructors who want to incorporate more of a flipped classroom into their teaching. Video lectures are a dynamic way to help students focus on key concepts and patterns in anatomy.
    • 3-D Animations: 3-D Physiology is an animation series that breaks down the most difficult physiological concepts for you to teach and your students to learn. Five new animations are available on topics like membrane transport and adaptive immunity.
    • Self-Contained Lab Exercises: These exercises include terminology and art that are consistent with Principles of Anatomy and Physiology by Gerard Tortora and Bryan H. Derrickson.
    • Lab Reporting: Reviewing Your Knowledge sections and Using Your Knowledge reports ask students to review and apply the information learned. These are available as auto-graded question banks to assign to your students in the next generation of WileyPLUS.21

    Table of Contents

    1. Anatomical Language
    2. Organ Systems and Body Cavities
    3. Compound Light Microscope
    4. Cell Structure and Function
    5. Transport Across the Plasma Membrane
    6. Tissues
    7. Integumentary System Structure and Function
    8. Bone Structure and Function
    9. Axial Skeleton
    10. Appendicular Skeleton
    11. Joints and Synovial Joint Movements
    12. Skeletal Muscle Structure
    13. Contraction of Skeletal Muscle
    14. Skeletal Muscles and Their Actions
    15. Surface Anatomy
    16. Nervous Tissue
    17. Spinal Cord Structure and Function
    18. Spinal Nerves
    19. Somatic Reflexes
    20. Brain Structure and Function
    21. Cranial Nerves
    22. Autonomic Nervous System Structure and Function
    23. General Senses
    24. Special Senses
    25. Endocrine Structure and Function
    26. Blood Components and Blood Tests
    27. Heart Structure and Function
    28. Cardiac Cycle
    29. Blood Vessel Structure and Function
    30. Blood Vessel Identification
    31. Lymphatic System Structure and Immune System Function
    32. Respiratory System Structure and Function
    33. Pulmonary Ventilation
    34. Digestive System Structure and Function
    35. Chemical Digestion
    36. Urinary System Structure and Function
    37. Urine Formation and Urinalysis
    38. Male Reproductive System Structure and Function
    39. Female Reproductive System Structure and Function
    40. Human Development
    41. Heredity

    Physiological simulations reinforce techniques used in the laboratory.

    PowerPhys 3.0 simulation software allows users to explore physiology principles through 14 self-contained activities. Each activity includes objectives with illustrated and animated review material, pre-lab quizzes, pre-lab reports, data collection and analysis, and a full lab report with discussion and application questions. Experiments contain randomly generated data, allowing users to experiment multiple times but still arrive at the same conclusions.

    Real Anatomy

    Students practice on a real cadaver from the comfort of their own computer.

    Real Anatomy 2.0 3-D imaging software lets students dissect through over 40 layers of a real human body to study the anatomical structures of all body systems. Students also have access to cat, fetal pig, and rat dissection videos, which provide step-by-step directions for dissecting these animals.

    Lab Manual for Anatomy and Physiology, 6th Edition enhancements include:

    • Concept Lectures: Created by author Mark Nielsen, these lectures provide a great resource for instructors who want to incorporate more of a flipped classroom into their teaching. Video lectures are a dynamic way to help students focus on key concepts and patterns in anatomy.
    • 3-D Animations: 3-D Physiology is an animation series that breaks down the most difficult physiological concepts for you to teach and your students to learn. Five new animations are available on topics like membrane transport and adaptive immunity.
    • Self-Contained Lab Exercises: These exercises include terminology and art that are consistent with Principles of Anatomy and Physiology by Gerard Tortora and Bryan H. Derrickson.
    • Lab Reporting: Reviewing Your Knowledge sections and Using Your Knowledge reports ask students to review and apply the information learned. These are available as auto-graded question banks to assign to your students in the next generation of WileyPLUS.21

    1. Anatomical Language
    2. Organ Systems and Body Cavities
    3. Compound Light Microscope
    4. Cell Structure and Function
    5. Transport Across the Plasma Membrane
    6. Tissues
    7. Integumentary System Structure and Function
    8. Bone Structure and Function
    9. Axial Skeleton
    10. Appendicular Skeleton
    11. Joints and Synovial Joint Movements
    12. Skeletal Muscle Structure
    13. Contraction of Skeletal Muscle
    14. Skeletal Muscles and Their Actions
    15. Surface Anatomy
    16. Nervous Tissue
    17. Spinal Cord Structure and Function
    18. Spinal Nerves
    19. Somatic Reflexes
    20. Brain Structure and Function
    21. Cranial Nerves
    22. Autonomic Nervous System Structure and Function
    23. General Senses
    24. Special Senses
    25. Endocrine Structure and Function
    26. Blood Components and Blood Tests
    27. Heart Structure and Function
    28. Cardiac Cycle
    29. Blood Vessel Structure and Function
    30. Blood Vessel Identification
    31. Lymphatic System Structure and Immune System Function
    32. Respiratory System Structure and Function
    33. Pulmonary Ventilation
    34. Digestive System Structure and Function
    35. Chemical Digestion
    36. Urinary System Structure and Function
    37. Urine Formation and Urinalysis
    38. Male Reproductive System Structure and Function
    39. Female Reproductive System Structure and Function
    40. Human Development
    41. Heredity

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