Crayfish Laboratory Practical

Welcome to the electronic biology frontier of the 21st Century. The goal of this  laboratory practical is to gain a deeper understanding of animal structures and what they do. Crayfish are chosen as a representative of an aquatic arthropod.   You can use this instrument b...

Laboratory Equipment Test - B

Welcome to the 21st century Laboratory equipment test. The term laboratory equipment refers to the various tools and equipment used by scientists working in a laboratory. T   Please remember to enter your answers in all lower case letters for those "fill-in" qu...

Lab. Practical - Human Vertebral Column

Welcome to the electronic frontier Anatomy and Physiology classroom of the 21st century.  Our vertebral column is a set of 25 bones tacked one on another to form a slightly curved, flexible support rod. You have unlimited number of attempts to increase your knowledge and test-takin...

Lab. Practical - Nerve Tissue

Welcome to the electronic human anatomy & physiology frontier classroom of the 21st century. This testing instrument will challenge you to investigate the human nervous system. You should color and learn individual components of the multipolar neuron and nerve diagrams.   ...

Lab. Practical - Nerve Reflexes

Welcome to the human anatomy & physiology electronic frontier classroom of the 21st century.  This test includes examples of reflexes as seen in clinical tests performed in patients suspected of having some type of nerve damage.You have an unlimited number of attempts to learn the material ...

Lab. Practical - Integumentary Summary

Welcome to the electronic classroom of the 21st century for advanced human anatomy and physiology.  The skin is the primary organ of the integumentary system and it is th largest organ of the human body. Forming the outer protective covering of the body, the skin is a continu...

Connective Tissue Laboratory Practical

Welcome to the Electronic Learning Environment for Advanced Human Anatomy & Physiology. Some tissues are called connective tissues because they act as connections among various other tissues. Bone, cartilage, and fibrous connective tissue actually hold parts together or support them...