Use this page if you want/need more practice!
Although these are links, you'll have to copy & paste them into your browser.
Chapter & Topic
Chp 1 - Body Organization -
Java games, flashcards & more for your review
Here's a drag & drop identification game
Another good one - Note: a couple of terms we don't use!
Chp 2 - Biochemistry (Chemical Basis of Life) - from the people at Khan Academy - who better to learn from?
Chp 3 - Cells - Well, if ya need review 'em, ya might as well have fun doing it.
Chp 4 - Cellular Metabolism
Here's a nice little explanation with a self quiz afterward.
The guy this does this series is pretty entertaining & the info is good
A little more involved but again, Khan Academy is pretty good
Chp 5 - Tissues
If you’ve missed some class, either of these are a great substitute! Well, okay, there really isn’t a substitute for one of my lectures but this will keep you up with us : )
Chp 6 - Skin
Chp 7 - Bones & Skeleton - Got a mess of 'em!
Chp 8 - Muscle System
Chp 9 - Nervous System
2nd Semester Info can be found on the 2nd page
(2nd box in drop down menu)
Diagram identification game - try it!
Chp 7 - Bones & Skeleton
Practice Structures of a "typical" Bone
Diagram Identification Game
General Anatomy Skeletal Quiz - Scores your guesses- Give it a try!
Best tutorial on the Skull - VERY helpful!
Quiz on the Vertebral Column
Studying for the Lab Test? Here's a GREAT site!! All areas covered!!
Excellent tutorial or review on the anatomy of the muscle. If that was a struggle for you, try going through this site.
A good animation/tutorial over the neuromuscular junction.
Myofilament contraction. A close up view.
Actin-Myosin interaction on a muscle fiber.
Here is a brief but good animation/tutorial on ATP & muscle contraction.
And sodium potassium pump.
Practice muscles of the head & neck.
How about the upper anterior body muscles? or posterior view of upper body?
Here is the leg.
Nice quiz for neuron structures:
The Synapse (animation at bottom of page)
Here's an animation that may help you understand action potentials
2nd Semester + Material on the Brain is found on the second tab of the drop down menu.