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Anatomy 14
Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology
PREREQUISITES
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TEXTBOOKS

The following primary text or something similar is required:

  • Thompson, Understanding Anatomy & Physiology, A Visual, Auditory, Interactive Approach, F.A. Davis Company, 2nd Edition, 2017

The following optional text is recommended:

  • Krieger, A Visual Analogy Guide to Human Anatomy & Physiology, 2nd Edition, Morton Publishing Company, 2013

SYLLABUS Link

COURSE ANNOUNCEMENTS

GRADE SHEETS

FINAL Tuesday lab 5-30

FINAL Thursday lab 5-30

COMING ATTRACTIONS:  (updated 6/3/18)

Sorry for the tardiness of the posting. 

If so inclined, would really enjoy receiving an email from you one day with an update on your journey.  Just send your missive to the old jllim@ccsf.edu the college will allow me to keep.

May the Lord bless you and guide your tomorrows......

Milk safety reports from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health

  • Reassuring News About Milk  August 15, 2015
    • http://www.berkeleywellness.com/healthy-eating/food-safety/article/reassuring-news-about-milk
  • Essential Facts About Milk 
    • http://www.berkeleywellness.com/healthy-eating/food/article/essential-facts-about-milk

Recommended reading:

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Contact info:                                                                                                                   Justin Jellin, DPT, 332 Pine Street Ste 610 San Francisco 94104 (415) 732-5608

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Supplemental Extra Credit

You can earn a bit of extra credit serving as a test subject for EKG or possibly echocardiography.  Please see below for details

Serving as an EKG test subject: 

To volunteer to be an EKG test subject, email Stephanie St. Onge at sstonge@mail.ccsf.edu to be sure the lab will meet at its regular time of Wednesdays from 6 - 8 PM in room 103 in the gym on the evening you wish to go.  You may be required to disrobe from the waist up as with echocardiography.

Be sure to ask for paper verifying your participation.

Serving as an Echocardiogram test subject: 

If volunteers are needed, the sign-up list to have an echocardiogram performed on your ticker will be posted on the door of the Echo Lab in room 102 in the lower level of the Gym building. Please make an appointment by adding your name to the sign-up list on the door for the time desired. Volunteers are not needed every semester.  Please note that you will be required to disrobe from the waist up for the echo. You can request a same-gender examiner if you wish.

Be sure to ask for paper verifying your participation

VOLUNTEERS FOR CARDIAC ULTRASOUND ECHOCARDIOGRAM

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COURSE RESOURCES
Classroom Notes Lab Manual

Study Questions

Aging

Lab - Anatomical Terms

Body Systems

Aging Q_KEY
BC_STDs Lab - Blood Blood Q_KEY
Blood   Cardiovascular Q_KEY
Cardiovascular Cells-Tissues_Q_KEY
Cells and Tissues Lab - CV 1 - Heart Chemistry Q_KEY
Chemistry Lab - CV 2 - BV_Physio Digestive Sys Q_KEY
 

Lab - CV 3 Fitness Test Instructions

 
  Lab - CV3 Fitness Test Report  
Conception to Birth Lab - Digestive Endo Q_KEY I
Digestive Lab - Endocrine Endo Q_KEY II
Endocrine Lab - Female Reprod Female Reprod Q_KEY
Integumentary Lab - Fetal Pig Integ Q_KEY
Lymphatic - Immunity Lab - Immunity Lymphatic_Immunity Q_Key
Muscular Lab - Integument Male Reprod Q_KEY
Nervous Lab - Male Reprod Muscle Q_KEY I
Nutrition Lab - Microscope, & Mitosis Muscle Q_KEY II
Organization Lab - Muscular System Nervous Q
Reproduction Lab - Nervous System Nutrition Q_KEY
Respiration Lab - Nutrition-BMR_Label Organization Q_KEY
Senses SuperTracker Log Resp Q_KEY
Skeletal Lab - Respiratory Senses I - Eye Q_KEY
Urinary Lab - Skeletal Senses II - Ear Q_KEY
  Lab - Special Senses Skel Q_KEY
Lab - Urinary Urinary Q_KEY
Videos
Active Transport
EndoExocytosis
DNA Structure
Mitosis
Transcription
Translation
Skeletal_axial
Skeletal_appendicular
Muscular
Muscle Contraction
Action Potential
Clonal Selection_BLymphocytes
T Lymphocyte Activity
Complement Protein
External Respiration_Gas Exchange
Digestion
Kidney Function
 
Handouts
Aging:  Female Fertility1
Aging:  Female Fertility2
Aging:  Health Test Scores
Aging:  Male Fertility
Aging:  Physical Activity
Aging:  Skin Cancer - How to Recognize
Aging:  Sunscreen Myths
Aging: Sunscreen
Animation Links
Birth Control: Abortion Procedures
Birth Control Methods: HHS
Birth Control Methods: Descriptions
Birth Control Methods:  Comparisons
Blood
Cardiovacscular: Blood Vessel Anatomy
Cardiovascular:  Cardiac Cycle
Cardiovascular:  High Blood Pressure
Cells: Organelles, Transport, Protein Syn
Cells:  Cytology - Protein Synthesis
Cells:  Human cell drawing
Cells:  Human cell grid
Chemistry:  Lactase
Conception: Fetal Development Highlights
Conception: Human Life - Early Stages
Defense:  Inflammation
Digestive System
Endocrine: Summary
Endocrine:  Type 2 Diabetes
Integument:  Hair
Integument:  Skin
Lab Safety Rules
Lymphatic & CV Systems
Lymphocyte Clonal Selection
Muscle Actions
Muscle Contraction
Muscular System
Nervous System
Nervous System Pix
Notetaking example
Nutrition:  BMI chart
Nutrition:  Calcium
Nutrition:  Cholesterol
Nutrition:  Fats
Nutrition:  Fiber
Nutrition:  Foodlabels_FDA
Nutrition:  Milk_Butter
Organization:  Body Systems Grid

Reproduction:  Female

Reproduction:  Male
Senses
Skeletal System
Skeletal_Osteoporosis_Calcium
Syllabus
LAB MODELS
Blood cells
Brain_anterior
Brain_frontalsection_posterior view
Brain_inferior
Brain_leftside
Brain_midsagittal
Brain_posterior
Brain_superior
Ear_complete
Ear DETAILS
Ear_external
Ear_MiddleInner
Eye_anterior
Eye_posterior
Eye_transverse_sup_fovea
Eye_transverse_sup_NOvitreous
Eye_transverse_sup_vitreous
Kidney_Adrenal_exterior
Kidney_Adrenal_interior
Kidney_Adrenal DETAILS
Kidney_frontal
Kidney_frontal DETAILS
Kidney_Glomerulus
Kidney_Glomerulus DETAILS
Kidney_Nephron1
Kidney_Nephron DETAILS
Kidney_Nephron2_enlarged
Kidney_Nephron2 DETAILS
Lung_bellows_demo
Muscle_Cardiac_NMjunction
Muscle_Cardiac_side
Muscle_Smooth_NMjunction
Muscle_Smooth_side
Muscle_Skeletal_NMjunction
Muscle_Skeletal_side
Osteon_superolateral
Osteon_top
PelvisFemale_midsagittal
PelvisFemale DETAILS
PelvisMale_anterior
PelvisMale_midsagittal
PelvisMale DETAILS
Reflex arc
Reflex arc DETAILS
RespSys_alveoli
RespSys DETAILS
Skeleton
Skin_front
Skin_superolateral
Torso1_Abdomen_deep
Torso1_Abdomen_superficial
Torso1_Anterior
Torso1_female_abdominopelvic
Torso1_head left
Torso1_midsagittal head_nasal-oral cavities
Torso1_superficial_anterior
Torso1_Thorax_frontal
Torso1_Thorax_frontal_partial
Torso2_abdomen_superficial
Torso2_Anterior
Torso2_AnteriorView_MammaryGlands
Torso2_head_left side
Torso2_Heart_anterior
Torso2_Heart_Frontal
Torso2_Heart_posterior
Torso2_LI_pancreas
Torso2_LI_SI
Torso2_male_abdominopelvic
Torso2_MammaryGlands
Torso2_neckBV_larynx
Torso2_Ribcage_posterior view
Torso2_Thorax_frontal
Torso2_Thorax_frontal_partial

 

 

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