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M01
M01
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Contents: terminology, organization of the human body, homeostasis, cellular and structural organelle review, protein synthesis review, mitosis review
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Contents: plasma membrane structure and function, membrane transport






M02
M02
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Contents: simple epithelial tissue, stratified epithelial tissue, glandular epithelium
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Contents: connective tissue, cartilage, bone and blood, membranes, tissue repair
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lab 2.1
lab 2.2


M03
M03

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Contents: basic structure of skin, closer look at the epidermis, hair and nails, skin glands
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Contents: the skeletal system, gross anatomy of bones, overview of the skeletal system, limbs, hands and feet, skull, vertebral column, thoracic cage
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Lab 3.1
Lab 3.2
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Lab 4.2
lab 5.1


M04
M04

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Contents: bone histology, cancellous and compact histology, bone growth and bone remodelling, bone homeostasis
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Contents: 3 major types of joints, motion and terms of movement
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lab 7.1


M05
M05

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Contents: skeletal muscle structure, how muscle fiber contracts, neuromuscular junction in skeletal muscles, how muscle fibers relax
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Contents: motor units, multiple motor unit simulation, muscle tone, energy in skeletal muscle fibers
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M06
M06

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Contents: general terms and principles, muscle names, major muscles of the head and face, major muscles of the anterior chest and abdominal wallm major muscles of the shoulder and back
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Contents: major muscles of the forearm, muscles of the hand, major muscles of the thigh, major muscles of the leg, muscles of the foot
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M07
M07

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Contents: introduction, Nervous system at a cellular level, neuroglia, nerve structure, action potential I
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Contents: Action Potential II, Action Potential III, synaptic transmission, neuron arrangement,
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M08
M08

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Contents: the brain, brain anatomy, cerebrum in more detail, other important structures of the brain
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Contents: protection of the brain, spinal cord, reflex arc, ascending and descending pathways in the spinal cord
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M09
M09

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Contents: divisions of the autonomic nervous system, control of the autonomic nervous system, the afferent division of the peripheral nervous system, general senses
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Contents: senses (smell, taste, balance, hearing, vision), Anatomy and physiology of the eye
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M10
M10

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Contents: the endocrine system as a whole, endocrine glands and hormones, hormone chemistry, how hormone secretion is controlled
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Contents: patterns of hormone secretion, hormone regulators in the body, prostaglandins
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M11
M11

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Contents: the makeup of blood, blood as a connective tissue, blood types
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Contents: overview of blood circulation, heart anatomy, flow of blood through the heart, cardiac muscle and cycle, blood vessels and the entire circulatory system
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L1 Labs


M12
M12


The Lymphatic System (part 1 of 2)

This lesson features animations and interactive activities to help you learn the lymphatic system. The lesson will present content on the lymph and lymph vessels; functions of the lymphatic system; lymph tissue, nodules, nodes, spleen, and thymus gland.

Interactive Activities: spleen anatomy and glossary

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The Immune System (part 2 of 2)

This lesson features animations and interactive activities to help you learn about the human immune system. This system is considered a part of the lymphatic system, but its primary function is to protect the body from pathogens and cancers. The contents include the first line of innate defense (skin, mucus, urine, stomach acid, tears, symbiotic organisms), the second line of innate defense (interferon, compliment, inflammation (basophils, neutrophils and monocytes, eosinophils, fever), and the third line of defense (humoral immunity (antibodies), B-cells, vaccines, T-cells, types of acquired immunity.

Interactive Activities: steps of immune response 1 and 2, cell-mediated immunity, and glossary

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M13
M13

The Human Digestive System

This lesson features animations and interactive activities to help you learn the anatomy about the digestive system. Some of the topics of this lesson are mastication, swallowing, the stomach and stomach mucosa, small intestine, exocrine and endocrine functions, pancreasm pancreatic enzymes, liver, microscopic structure, large intestine, macro-nutrients and micronutrients.

Interactive Activities: kidney anatomy, Bowman's capsule anatomy, nephron anatomy, glossary

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M14
M14


External Respiratory System (part 1 of 2)

This lesson features animations and interactive activities to help you learn the external respiratory system. It includes an overview of the anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system structures such as the nasal cavity, layrnx and voice, trachea and bronchus, alveoli, and muscles for breathing. A discussion about respiratory control and lung diseases such as emphysema are also included.

Interactive Activities: respiratory sytem anatomy layers of the alveoli, and glossary.

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M15
M15

The Human Urinary System

This lesson features animations and interactive activities to help you learn the anatomy of the urinary system, stage 1: glomerular filtration, step 2: re-absorbtion, step3: secretion, step 4: re-absorption of water, storage and release of urine, blood pressure control in the kidneys, and acid/base balance in the body.

Interactive Activities: kidney anatomy, Bowman's capsule anatomy, nephron anatomy, glossary

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M16
M16

The Human Reproductive System

This lesson features animations and interactive activities to help you learn the male and female reproductive systems, hormone interactions, and early development of the child up to implantation.

Interactive Activities: male anatomy, male hormones, 23 or 46 chromosomes, sperm path, female hormones, oocyte chromosomes, 3 germ layers, development locations, and glossary

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