Human Anatomy & Physiology

Author:
Marieb, Hoehn

Publisher:
Pearson

Edition:
10th

ISBN:
9780321927040

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Chapter 3 - Complete - 3 Video(s)

Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 3 Part D Lecture


This video discusses the cell cycle. It talks about interphase in detail and discusses Figure 3.29. Also, cell division is thoroughly explained, along with protein synthesis. The role of RNA and transcription and translation are also discussed. Lastly, it talks about apoptosis, autophagy and proteasomes, the development aspects of cell and cell aging.

Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 3 Part C Lecture


This video starts off with a discussion on cytoplasm, and talks about cytoplasmic organelles. Also, Endoplamsic Reticulum (ER) is also discussed in detail with the help of figures from the book. The video also discusses the Golgi apparatus, and talks about peroxisomes. Moreover, the endomembrane system is discussed as well, along with the cytoskeleton, centrosome and centrioles. Furthermore, the structure and contents of the nucleus, as well as the process of DNA replication are explained.

Chapter 3 Part B Cells Anatomy & Physiology Lecture


This video discusses active member transport, and talks about the two types of transport - primary active transport and secondary active transport. It discusses Figure 3.1 - Cell Diversity, and talks about vesicular transport. Furthermore, the process of exocytosis is also discussed, along with an explanation of membrane potential. Lastly, cell-environment interactions are also talked about.

Chapter 3 - Exam Review - 1 Video(s)

Chapter 3 Cytology Exam Review


This video is an exam review on Chapter 3 - Cytology. It discusses the example possible questions that can be asked for this topic.

Chapter 5 - Complete - 1 Video(s)

Chapter 5 Anatomy and Physiology: Integumentary System Lecture


This video describe the integumentary system and the role it plays in homeostasis. It discusses the layers of the skin and the functions of each layer. Also, it describes the accessory structures of the skin and the functions of each. Furthermore, it discusses several common diseases, disorders, and injuries that affect the integumentary system, and also talks about the treatments for some common diseases, disorders, and injuries of the integumentary system.

Chapter 6 - Complete - 2 Video(s)

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 6 Part B: Bones and Skeletal Tissue Lecture


The second part of the lecture on bones and skeletal tissue discusses the formation of the bony skeleton, and the growth in length of long bones. Furthermore, it discusses the hormonal regulation of bone growth and also explains bone deposit. Lastly, the video covers fracture treatment and repair and also talks about osteoporosis.

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 6 Part A: Bones and Skeletal Tissue Lecture


This video is the first of the two parts on Chapter 6. It discusses skeletal cartilages and talks about the basic structures, types and location. Furthermore, it explains the growth of cartilage and talks about the functions and classification of bones. Also, it discusses bone structure, gross anatomy and bone markings. Lastly, the microscopic anatomy of bones is discussed, as well as their chemical compositions.

Chapter 7 - Complete - 3 Video(s)

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7 Part C Lecture: The Skelton


The third video on the skeleton discusses the appendicular skeleton. It talks about the pectoral girdle with articulating bones and also discusses the upper limb. Furthermore, it discusses the forearm and hand, and also talks about the pelvic girdle, pelvic structure and childbearing. Lastly, it discusses homeostatic imbalance and the developmental aspects of the skeleton.

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7 Part B Lecture: The Skelton


This video continues the discussion on the skeleton, and talks about the vertebral column and its general chracteristics. Furthermore, it talks about homeostatic imbalance and the general structure of vertebrae and its regional characteristics. Also, the thoracic cage is discussed along with the sternum and the ribs, with the help of diagrams.

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 7 Part A Lecture: The Skelton


This lecture discusses the skeleton, and also talks about the axial skeleton. It gives an overview of skull geography and discusses a couple of diagrams from the book. Furthermore, it moves on to discuss the cranium and talks about homeostatic imbalance. It also talks about facial bones and the hyoid bone, and lastly, discusses the special characteristics of the orbits and the nasal cavity.

Chapter 8 - Complete - 2 Video(s)

Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 8 Lecture Part B : Joints


This video discusses the knee joints and talks about homeostatic imbalance. It talks about the shoulder joint and its structure, as well as the hip and the jaw joint. Furthermore, the video discusses the disorders of joints and talks about inflammatory and degenerative conditions. Lastly, the video discusses the developmental aspects of joints.

Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 8 Lecture Part A : Joints


This first lecture on Chapter 8 discusses the classification of joints and talks about sutures, syndesmoses and gomphoses. Furthermore, it also discusses the cartilaginous joints and symphyses, and also explains the structure of synovial joints. Moreover, bursae and tendon sheaths are also discussed, along with the factors influencing stability of synovial joints. Lastly, the video discusses the movements allowed by synovial joints, and talks in detail about the types of synovial joints.

Chapter 9 - Complete - 3 Video(s)

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 9 Part C Lecture: Muscle and Muscle Tissue


The last video on Chapter 9 discusses the factors of muscle contraction, as well as the forces of muscle contractions. Also, it talks about the velocity and duration of contraction and discusses adaptation to exercise. Furthermore, the microscopic structure is also talked about, along with the contraction of smooth muscle. Lastly, the video discusses developmental aspects of muscle.

Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 9 Part B Lecture: Muscles & Muscle Tissue


This video discusses whole muscle contraction and talks about the motor unit. It talks about the muscle twitch and also discusses graded muscle responses. Furthermore, isotonic and isometric contractions are also explained in detail. Lastly, the video also talks about muscle fatigue and excess postexercise oxygen consumption.

Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 9 Part A Lecture : Muscles and Muscle Tissue


This video discusses muscles and gives an overview of the muscle tissue. It discusses the types of muscles tissue and does the comparison between skeletal, cardiac and smooth muscle. Furthermore, it talks about the characteristics and functions of muscles and discusses the skeletal muscle anatomy. It explains the sliding filament model of contraction and also talks about Excitation-Contraction (E-C) Coupling. Lastly, the muscle fiber contraction is also discussed.

Chapter 10 - Complete - 5 Video(s)

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 10 Part E Lecture: The Muscular System


This video covers Table 10.14, which talks about muscles crossing the hip and knee joints. Also, muscles of the leg as well as intrinsic muscles of the foot are discussed. Lastly, actions of the muscles of the posterior compartment of the leg are also explained.

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 10 Part D Lecture: The Muscular System


This video covers muscles crossing the shoulder joint in detail. It also talks about muscles crossing the elbow joint, as well as muscles of the forearm. Also, intrinsic muscles of the hand, which are related to fine movements of the fingers, are also discussed in detail.

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 10 Part C Lecture: The Muscular System


This video covers deep muscles of the thorax and also talks about muscles of the abdominal wall, related to trunk movements and compression of abdominal viscera. Also, muscles of the plevic floor and perineum and superficial muscles of the anterior and posterior thorax are explained. Lastly, Figure 10.14c is also discussed in detail.

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 10 Part B Lecture: The Muscular System


This video discusses muscles of the head, and mastication and tongue movement in detail. Furthermore, it discusses muscles of the anterior neck and throat, and also discusses muscles of the neck and vertebral column, related to head movements and trunk extension.

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 10 Part A Lecture: The Muscular System


This video talks about muscle actions and interactions. Also, it discusses naming skeletal muscles, as well as fascicle arrangements. Furthermore, major skeletal muscles of the body are talked about, along with a detailed explanation of the lateral view of muscles of the scalp, face and neck.

Chapter 11 - Complete - 3 Video(s)

Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 11 Part C: Nervous System and Nervous Tissue


The third lecture on this topic discusses the synapse - chemical and electrical synapses. It talks about postsynaptic potentials and also discusses excitatory synapses and EPSPs. Furthermore, integration and modification of synaptic events is also discussed, along with neurotransmitters and their classification by chemical structure and function. Lastly, developmental aspects of neurons are also discussed in this video.

Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 11 Part B: Nervous System and Nervous Tissue Lecture


The second lecture on the Fundamental sof the Nervous System and Nervous Tissue discusses membrane potential, and talks about the basic principles of electricity. Furthermore, generating the resting membrane potential is also discussed, along with changing the resting membrane potential. Also, graded potentials and action potentials, as well as the propagation of an action potential are discussed in detail. Lastly, conduction velocity is also explained in detail in this video.

Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 11 Part A: Nervous System & Nervous Tissue Lecture


This video describes the functions o fthe nervous system and also talks about neuroglia of the CNS. Furthermore, neurons and the neuron cell body are discussed. Also, neuron processes and the classification of neurons are also explained in this video.

Chapter 12 - Exam Review - 1 Video(s)

Chapter 12 Central Nervous System Exam Review


This video is an exam review on Chapter 12 - Central Nervous System. The purpose of this video is to discuss the possible exam questions that may be asked regarding this topic. The educator encourages students to find their answers by themselves to promote learning.

Chapter 13 - Complete - 1 Video(s)

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 13 Part D lecture: Peripheral Nervous System


This video talks about innervation of skeletal muscle as well as the visceral muscle and glands. Furthermore, projection level is also discussed along with reflex activity and the components of a reflex arc. Figure 13.15 is also discussed, which explains the five basic components of all reflex arcs. Also, spinal reflexes, stretch and tendon reflexes are discussed. Lastly, the flexor and crossed-extensor reflexes are also talked about.

Chapter 13 - Exam Review - 1 Video(s)

Chapter 13 Exam review. The Peripherial Nervous System and Reflex Activity


This video is an exam review on Chapter 13 - The Peripherial Nervous System and Reflex Activity. The purpose of this video is to discuss the possible exam questions that may be asked regarding this topic. The educator encourages students to find their answers by themselves to promote learning.

Chapter 14 - Exam Review - 1 Video(s)

Chapter 14 Exam review: Autonomic Nervous System


This video is an exam review on Chapter 14 - Autonomic Nervous System. The purpose of this video is to discuss the possible exam questions that may be asked regarding this topic. The educator encourages students to find their answers by themselves to promote learning.

Chapter 15 - Exam Review - 1 Video(s)

Chapter 15 Exam Review: Special Senses


This video is an exam review on Chapter 15 - Special Senses. It discusses sample questions and discusses their answers. The example questions include where the pinna is, which structure the cochlea is, which parts connects the middle ear to nasopharynx, and which part commonly gets infected amongst children.

Chapter 17 - Complete - 2 Video(s)

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 17 Part B lecture: Blood


This video talks about the general structure and characteristics of blood. It discusses granulocytes, agranulocytes, and also talks about the production and life span of leukocytes, and their disorders. Also, platelets and coagulation are discussed in detail, along with the platelet plug formation. Disorders of hemostasis are also mentioned in this lecture. Lastly, the video covers the topic of transfusing red blood cells and discussed diagnostic blood cells as well.

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 17 Part A Lecture: Blood


This video discussed blood - the internal transport system. It talks about the functions of blood, its transport, regulation and protection. Furthermore, the composition of blood and blood plasma are also talked about. Also, erythroctes and their production is discussed, along with their regulation and requirements. Lastly, the video focuses on erythrocyte disorders.

Chapter 18 - Complete - 3 Video(s)

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 18 Part B Lecture: The Cardiovascular System


This video starts off with discussing the electrical events of the heart, and talks about the intrinsic conduction system. It talks about the action potentials of contractile cardiac muscle cells, and also explains ECG training. Lastly, the mechanical events of the heart are also discussed, along with a summary of events during the cardiac cycle. Furthermore, the regulation of stroke volume is also talked about, along with regulation of heart rate and the developmental aspects of the heart.

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 18 Part A lecture: The Cardiovascular System


This video talks about the heart anatomy and discusses the size, location and orientation of the heart. Also, it talks about the coverings of the heart along with its chambers and the associated vessels. Furthermore, the heart valves and the pathway of blood through the heart are explained. Lastly, the cardiac muscle fibers and microscopic anatomy are also discussed.

The Cardiac Cycle Demystified


This video provides a summary of events during the cardiac cycle. The points covered include P wave, QRS Complex, T Wave, Atrial contraction, Atrial systole, Isovolumetric contraction, Ventricular ejection, Isovolumetric relaxation, Heart Sounds, Dicrotic notch, End Diastolic Volume, Systolic Volume, End Systolic Volume as well as the Cardiac Phase.

Chapter 22 - Complete - 2 Video(s)

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 22 Part C lecture: Respiratory System


In this video, transport of respiratory gases by blood is discussed. Oxygen transport, carbon dioxide transport and neural mechanisms are also talked about. Also, factors influencing breathing rate and depth, and the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) are also explained. Lastly, the lecture discusses tuberculosis and lung cancer.

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 22 Part A lecture: Respiratory System


This video discusses the respiratory system and talks about Table 22.2 which discusses the lower respiratory system. Also, the nasal and paranasal sinuses are discussed as well. The pharynx and larynx are also explained, along with the movements of the vocal folds. Furthermore, tissue composition of the tracheal wall and the bronchi and subdivisions, along with the lungs and pleurae are also discussed. Lastly, gross anatomy of the lungs and blood supply and innervation of lungs is described as well.