A Laboratory Textbook of Anatomy and Physiology

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2005 - Medical - 512 pages
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At last, a brand new fetal pig version of the classic laboratory textbook by Donnersberger and Lesak Scott! This new book is the ideal lab text for a one- or two-term course in anatomy and physiology for students planning a health science or health-related career. Featuring fifteen integrated units, each consisting of a Purpose, Objectives, Materials, Procedures, Self-Test, Case Studies, and Short Answer Questions, this comprehensive lab text makes an ideal companion to any current anatomy and physiology text, or it can be used as both a main text and lab manual.
 

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Contents

UNIT
6
UNIT
11
UNIT 2
17
UNIT 4
29
Tissues
45
Human Skin
77
Case Study
86
Identification of Bone
93
The Lymphatic System
279
Microscopic Examination
285
The Respiratory System
343
Sheep Pluck
352
Determination of Respiratory
358
The Digestive System
365
Fetal Pig Digestive
371
Microscopic Examination
378

The Muscular System
149
B Fetal Pig Musculature
176
The Physiology of Muscle Contraction
187
Case Study
195
The Spinal Cord
203
Examination of Cranial
211
Tests for Human Cerebellar
219
of the Eye
230
The Endocrine System
253
B Endocrine System Physiology
264
Case Study
272
The Urinary System
419
Examination of Urinary Organs
427
Urine Screening Tests
436
Case Study
443
Determining the pH
449
SELFTEST
457
Fetal Pig Reproductive
461
Observation of Pregnant
470
Microscopic Study of a Testis
477
GlossaryIndex
495
Measurement Appendix
513

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