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.
Here is the link to the animations we watched (you'll have to choose them from the menu on the left side of the page).
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 always good in what they do.
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!
(practice, practice, practice!)
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.