Introductory Human Physiology

Description

In this course, students learn to recognize and to apply the basic concepts that govern integrated body function (as an intact organism) in the body’s nine organ systems.



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Vital Signs: Understanding What the Body Is Telling Us

College | Online class

The vital signs – heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature, respiration rate, and pain – communicate important information about the physiological status of the human body. In this six-part...

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The Anatomy Coloring Book (4th Edition) | Coloring Concepts

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High School - College | Online class

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Muscular-skeletal system physiology

College | Online class

How do our muscles work? When we decide to kick a ball or shake a leg, how do we get our bodies to do that? Which muscles do we control? Which muscles control us? Learn how our muscles work at the...

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Lymphatic system physiology

College | Online class

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Organ systems

College | Online class

3A: The very fact that you are able to understand this sentence means that neurons in your brain (85 billion in total) are talking to each other. Neurons are the living substance of the nervous...

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Endocrine system physiology

College | Online class

When you’re nervous before an important speech, or asking someone out on a date, you might feel butterflies in your stomach. This is actually the result of your endocrine system releasing hormones!...

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Immune system physiology

College | Online class

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DK The Human Body

8th - High School | iPhone/iPad

A multi-award winning app that takes a ground-breaking look into the human body with highly accurate, visual and accessible information. The wonders of human anatomy are explored and explained in a...

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The Magic School Bus: A Journey into the Human Body

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Ms Frizzle and her students take Young Scientists on a wild ride into the human body with these breathtaking experiments. Young Scientists bend bones, make joints, map taste buds, expand lungs,...

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Circulatory system physiology

College | Online class

Your heart sits in the middle of your chest and pumps blood from about 4 weeks after conception until the day that you die. It never stops, and over your lifetime it will pump ~175 million liters...

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Renal system physiology

College | Online class

3B: If you want to learn more about the renal system, then urine the right place! (Pun aside, the kidneys are about more than just making urine). Every thirty minutes, your kidneys filter the...

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A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy

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A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy is the perfect resource to enhance your anatomy and physiology studies. With the newly added content A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy is ideal if you are taking allied...

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Overview: This Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology Teacher Guide contains materials for use with Cardiovascular & Respiratory Systems and The Musculoskeletal System. Overview: This...

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Anatomy and Physiology (online)

High School | Online class

In this online Anatomy and Physiology course, students learn about anatomical structures and physiology of the human body. Body systems are discussed in terms of how each participates in...

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Anatomy & Physiology Crash Course

9th - College | Online class, Online video/YouTube

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7th - High School | Online resource

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The Way We Work: Getting to Know the Amazing Human Body

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Anatomy and Physiology Online Course

High School - College | Online class

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Respiratory system physiology

College | Online class

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Nervous system physiology

College | Online class

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College | Online class

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Integumentary system physiology

College | Online class

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Reproductive system physiology

College | Online class

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Health and medicine

High School - College | Online class

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