Biology 135

Virtual Lab Site

 

 

Course Description:

The fundamental structure of the human body and the physiological mechanisms involved in normal functioning are presented through lecture and student participation in laboratory activities.” 

 

 

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Required Textbook:

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Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology with Essentials of Interactive Physiology CD-ROM, 11th/E
Elaine N. Marieb, Holyoke Community College
ISBN-13: 9780321707284

Publisher: Benjamin Cummings
Copyright: 2015

 

 

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Other Required Materials:

·         # 2 lead pencils for quizzes and exams (pencils WILL NOT be provided).

·         Essentials of Inter-Active Physiology CD-Rom, (provided with text)

·         Crayons, or colored pencils (box of eight)

·         Regular internet access

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Division Personnel:

 

Assistant Dean

Tammy Liles

234K Oswald Building

246-6449

Dept. Coordinator:

Rebecca McCane

234J Oswald Building

246-6442

Course Coordinator:

Bill Snyder DMD

Leestown, N109D

246-6701

Division Secretary:

Phyllis Cunningham

234 Oswald Building,

246-6445

 

 

 

Open Lab schedule. 

Leestown and Newtown Campuses

Danville Campus

Open labs are during Dr. Snyder’s office hours.  Check your course syllabus for time.  If you need access outside of these hours contact Dr. Snyder at billd.snyder@kctcs.edu or 246-6701

 

Contact  James Gentry at:

James.gentry@kctcs.edu

           

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Lab Activities :  In addition to the virtual labs, The instructions, notes and other materials for lab activities are posted below.   Not all activities are used each semester or by each instructor.   The activities and sequence chosen by your instructor may vary from those listed below. The content of each lab may also be modified to mirror the capabilities of the campus where your class is taught.   Check your syllabus to find which lab activities apply to your section, the sequence and the specific dates and times involved.

 

 

 

Activity (click activity for virtual lab)

Lab Directions/homework

Optional materials/notes

Lab orientation/safety

Safety Presentation

(for Leestown campus)

Body organization/Body systems

Directions

 

Lab Homework

Lecture on terminology

Intro to Microscopy

 

Directions

 

Video on Microscope use

 

Virtual Microscope

 

Microscope skills test

Mitosis

Directions

Mitosis identification lab from Rutgers

Membrane Transport Mechanisms, Osmosis and diffusion

Directions

 

Homework

 

Pearson unit on these concepts.

These are outside materials.  The content is not maintained by your instructor

Integument (skin and membranes)

Integument directions

Epithelial, and

 Nervous  and muscle Tissues (tissues one)

Epithelial, nervous, muscle lab directions

 

Connective tissues and

Cartilage bone and blood

(tissues two)

Connective tissues Lab directions

 

Axial skeleton

Axial skeleton Lab directions

 

Appendicular skeleton

Appendicular skeleton lab directions

Anatomy of long bone

Muscle

Muscle lab directions

Folder of muscle images

Nervous System

Nervous system Lab Directions

Special Senses

Sensory lab directions

 

Cardiovascular

Heart anatomy lab directions

Interactive dissected heart

Blood typing

Blood typing activity directions

Blood typing game

Blood vessels

Vessels directions

 

Respiratory Lab

Respiratory anatomy directions

 

Digestive Lab

Digestive anatomy directions

Diet Analysis exercise

Reproductive

Spread of STD activity directions

 

Renal Lab

Renal  anatomy directions.

 

Genetics Lab

Genetics Directions

 

 

 

Files in PDF format; require the  free Acrobat Reader  to view

 

Report problems with this page to Bill Snyder DMD.  Site Last updated January 5th, 2015


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