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Anatomy and Physiology: A Guided Inquiry

Anatomy and Physiology: A Guided Inquiry

Patrick J.P. Brown

ISBN: 978-1-119-17525-4

Aug 2015

222 pages

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Students Learn when they are actively engaged and thinking in class. The activities in this book are the primary classroom materials for teaching Anatomy and Physiology, sing the POGIL method. The result is an "I can do this" attitude, increased retention, and a feeling of ownership over the material.

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Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
Activity 1 The Language of Science and Medicine
Activity 2 The Building Blocks of Matter
Activity 3 Acids, Bases, and pH (Oh My!)
Activity 4 Cell Transport Mechanisms

Histology and Integument
Activity 1 Basic Histology
Activity 2 Skin and Temperature Control

Musculoskeletal System
Activity 1 Range of Motion
Activity 2 Ossification
Activity 3 Articulations
Activity 4 The Sliding Filament Theory

General Nervous

Activity 1 Membrane Potentials
Activity 2 Conduction of Action Potentials and Synapses
Activity 3 Reflex Arcs - The Simplest Neural Circuit
Activity 4 Receptors, Receptors, Receptors

Endocrine
Activity 1 Endocrine Glands and Hormones
Activity 2 Hormone Mechanism of Action
Activity 3 Regulation of Endocrine Secretion
Blood

Blood
Activity 1 Red Blood Cells
Activity 2 ABO and Rh Blood Groups
Activity 3 Hemostasis

Cardiovascular
Activity 1 Cardiac Cycle, Part 1
Activity 2 Cardiac Cycle, Part 2
Activity 3 Capillary Exchange
Activity 4 Hemodynamics

Immunity
Activity 1 Innate Immunity
Activity 2 Adaptive Immunity: T-cells and the Cellular Immune Response
Activity 3 Adaptive Immunity: The Humoral Response

Thoracic and Abdominal Viscera
Activity 1 Physiology of Upper GI Tract
Activity 2 Anatomy of Ventilation
Activity 3 Renin - Angiotensin System
Activity 4 Homeostasis
Activity 5 Acid/Base Homeostasis

Reproductive and Development
Activity 1 Meiosis
Activity 2 The Menstrual Cycle
Activity 3 Making a Person: From Zygote to Gastrula

Genetics
Activity 1 Mendelian Genetics
Activity 2 More Complex Forms of Inheritance
Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
Activity 1 The Language of Science and Medicine
Activity 2 The Building Blocks of Matter
Activity 3 Acids, Bases, and pH (Oh My!)
Activity 4 Cell Transport Mechanisms
Histology and Integument
Activity 1 Basic Histology
Activity 2 Skin and Temperature Control
Musculoskeletal System
Activity 1 Range of Motion
Activity 2 Ossification
Activity 3 Articulations
Activity 4 The Sliding Filament Theory
General Nervous
Activity 1 Membrane Potentials
Activity 2 Conduction of Action Potentials and Synapses
Activity 3 Reflex Arcs - The Simplest Neural Circuit
Activity 4 Receptors, Receptors, Receptors
Endocrine
Activity 1 Endocrine Glands and Hormones
Activity 2 Hormone Mechanism of Action
Activity 3 Regulation of Endocrine Secretion
Blood
Activity 1 Red Blood Cells
Activity 2 ABO and Rh Blood Groups
Activity 3 Hemostasis
Cardiovascular
Activity 1 Cardiac Cycle, Part 1
Activity 2 Cardiac Cycle, Part 2
Activity 3 Capillary Exchange
Activity 4 Hemodynamics
Immunity
Activity 1 Innate Immunity
Activity 2 Adaptive Immunity: T-cells and the Cellular Immune Response
Activity 3 Adaptive Immunity: The Humoral Response
Thoracic and Abdominal Viscera
Activity 1 Physiology of Upper GI Tract
Activity 2 Anatomy of Ventilation
Activity 3 Renin - Angiotensin System
Activity 4 Homeostasis
Activity 5 Acid/Base Homeostasis
Reproductive and Development
Activity 1 Meiosis
Activity 2 The Menstrual Cycle
Activity 3 Making a Person: From Zygote to Gastrula
Genetics
Activity 1 Mendelian Genetics
Activity 2 More Complex Forms of Inheritance