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CAS Advising | Anatomy & Physiology Links

Anatomy & Physiology Introduction

While there are many websites available on-line for the enhanced study of Anatomy and Physiology, the following links are an attempt to preview many of the available sites and to specifically recommend those that directly tie into our Anatomy & Physiology courses at Trinity Washington University. By directly clicking on the links below, users will be directed to the specific animation or tutorial exercise.

NOTE: If you are having difficulty with loading or viewing animation viewers, then go to the end of this document for advice. Some of the tutorials listed below require clicking the Next or Play button to see in their entirety.

Contents

INTRODUCTION to A&P

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Chemistry of Life

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CELLS

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TISSUES

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INTEGUMENT

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BONE TISSUE

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SKELETON

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JOINTS

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MUSCLES

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NEURAL TISSUES

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CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM

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Peripheral Nerves

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SPECIAL SENSES

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CARDIAC SYSTEM

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Vascular System

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Respiratory System

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Blood

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Renal /Urinary System

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Endocrine System

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Digestive System and Nutrition

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Reproductive System

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General Suggested A&P links

McGraw Hill textbook publishers have a good site also for weekly review of A&P topics. It doesn’t involve animations, just photos and review texts. Basic, but helpful.

Interested in Pathologies of the body? Then, this Medline Plus site should be interesting.

If you find other other great sites, then let your A&P instructor know, to share with other students.

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Technology Assistance

Loading animation viewers, such as Quick Time: Often, they are already installed on your computer, although you might have an earlier version. Typically, the website will ask if you want to download a recent version of the viewer, to which you can click okay, or install, as prompted. Still, some of these videos still will take 20-30 or more sec sometimes to reach your computer, but are worth the “wait”. HOWEVER, if you are using an old modem-type dial-up internet connection, your wait times will be much too slow and maddening. It is suggested that you access these animations only with a higher speed connection, using on campus computers, etc.

If you have trouble viewing a selected video, try downloading the needed viewer software again onto your computer. Also, perhaps try using Internet Explorer as your browser instead of Firefox, etc. and see if that helps.

Site provided by Southwestern CC, North Carolina

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