Laboratory Manual For Human Anatomy & Physiology - 4th Edition - by Martin,  Terry R., Prentice-craver,  Cynthia - ISBN 9781260159363
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4th Edition
Martin, Terry R., Prentice-craver, Cynthia
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Co.
ISBN: 9781260159363

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Chapter 11 - Integumentary SystemChapter 12 - Bone Structure And ClassificationChapter 13 - Organization Of The SkeletoChapter 14 - SkullChapter 15 - Vertebral Column And Thoracic CageChapter 16 - Pectoral Girdle And Upper LimbChapter 17 - Pelvic Girdle And Lower LimbChapter 18 - Fetal SkeletonChapter 19 - Joint Structure And MovementsChapter 20 - Skeletal Muscle Structure And FunctionChapter 21 - Electromyography: Biopac® ExerciseChapter 22 - Muscles Of The Head And NeckChapter 23 - Muscles Of The Chest, Shoulder, And Upper LimbChapter 24 - Muscles Of The Vertebral Column, Abdominal Wall, And Pelvic FloorChapter 25 - Muscles Of The Hip And Lower LimbChapter 26 - Surface AnatomyChapter 27 - Nervous Tissue And NervesChapter 28 - Meninges, Spinal Cord, And Spinal NervesChapter 29 - Reflex Arc And Somatic ReflexesChapter 30 - Brain And Cranial NervesChapter 31A - Reaction Time: Biopac® ExerciseChapter 31B - Electroencephalography I: Biopac® ExerciseChapter 32 - Dissection Of The Sheep BrainChapter 33 - General SensesChapter 34 - Smell And TasteChapter 35 - Eye StructureChapter 36 - Visual Tests And DemonstrationsChapter 37 - Ear And HearingChapter 38 - Ear And EquilibriumChapter 39 - Endocrine Structure And FunctionChapter 40 - Diabetic PhysiologyChapter 41 - Blood CellsChapter 42 - Blood TestingChapter 43 - Blood TypingChapter 44 - Heart StructureChapter 45 - Cardiac CycleChapter 47 - Blood Vessel Structure, Arteries, And VeinsChapter 48 - Pulse Rate And Blood PressureChapter 49 - Lymphatic SystemChapter 50 - Respiratory OrgansChapter 51 - Breathing And Respiratory VolumesChapter 52 - Spirometry: Biopac® ExerciseChapter 53 - Control Of BreathingChapter 54 - Digestive OrgansChapter 55 - Action Of A Digestive EnzymeChapter 56 - MetabolismChapter 57 - Urinary OrgansChapter 58 - UrinalysisChapter 59 - Male Reproductive SystemChapter 60 - Female Reproductive SystemChapter 61 - Meiosis, Fertilization, And Early DevelopmentChapter 62 - GeneticsChapter 63 - Fetal Pig Dissection: MusculatureChapter 64 - Fetal Pig Dissection: Cardiovascular SystemChapter 65 - Fetal Pig Dissection: Respiratory SystemChapter 66 - Fetal Pig Dissection: Digestive SystemChapter 67 - Fetal Pig Dissection: Urinary SystemChapter 68 - Fetal Pig Dissection: Reproductive SystemsChapter S2 - Nerve Impulse StimulationChapter S3 - Factors Affecting The Cardiac Cycle

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Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (a) Skeletal. Skeletal muscle cells are...Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (c) Movement.The skeletal system provides...Chapter 12, Problem 1PLChapter 13, Problem 1PLChapter 14, Problem 1PLChapter 15, Problem 1PLChapter 16, Problem 1PLChapter 17, Problem 1PLExplanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (b) cephalic is an embryo head. Caudal is...Chapter 19, Problem 1PLExplanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (c) is epimysium. It is the outermost layer...A motor unit is composed of a motor neuron and the skeletal muscle fibers. Both of these are...Chapter 22, Problem 1PLExplanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (c) humerus. Chest and shoulder muscles...Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (a) is extend the spine. The deep back...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) Pelvis. The muscles that move the thigh...Chapter 26, Problem 1PLChapter 26, Problem F26.9AExplanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) nucleus. A neuron consists of a cell...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (d) dura mater. Dura mater is the outermost...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (d). Effector. A motor neuron cell body is...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) motor functions on the opposite side of...The reflex arc controls the impulse before reaching it to the brain. There is a certain stimulus...Alpha state is active when the brain is in its resting phase. The alpha waves have frequency between...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (c) is horizontal. The spinal cord in sheep...Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (b) vision. The perception of vision is a...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (b). On the tongue, oral cavity, and...Chapter 35, Problem 1PLExplanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) decreases. When the eye needs to focus...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (d) is temporal lobe. The temporal lobe...Explanation/justification for the correct answer : Option (c) is inner ear. The inner ear contains...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (b). True hormones. Hormones are chemical...Explanation for the correct answer: Option (b) beta.The beta cells of the pancreatic islet are...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (c) platelets. Platelets have no cell...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (b) Hematocrit. The hematocrit is the...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) on the red blood cell membranes. The...Chapter 44, Problem 1PLExplanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (a) SA node. 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A follicle is a small sac...Explanation/justification for the correct answer: Option (d) The ovum and sperm unite and form a...Chapter 62, Problem 1PLChapter 63, Problem 1PLThere are four chambers in the heart of the fetal pig, the right ventricle, the right atrium, the...The Eustachian tube: It is also known as the auditory tube. It is a tube which joins the nasopharynx...The major salivary glands (parotid, submandibular, and sublingual) are located around the maxilla in...In humans, the kidney is located at the back of the abdominal wall but not actually in the abdominal...Uterus: It is an organ located in the lower body of a female mammal or woman. In this region, the...Muscle is a bundle or band of fibrous tissue present in a human or animal body. It can contract and...Heart of frog: The heart in frog consists of three chambers. There are two atrial chambers which...

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