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View Resource Atkins or "Fadkins"?

This case study looks at the relationship between claims made about diet trends and the actual ways body systems work together to contribute to homeostatsis. The lesson was designed for upper level high school and lower level undergraduate students, and would be particularly useful for non health majors studying human anatomy and physiology. The case study and teaching notes may be downloaded in...

View Resource A Typical Cold?

This case study helps students examine a variety of health symptoms displayed in a patient in order to make a diagnosis. The material would be most useful to students in an undergraduate anatomy and physiology class, particularly when studying cell physiology and tissue anatomy. The case study and teaching notes may be downloaded in PDF format. The site also includes a section for instructor...

View Resource InnerBody

The Inner Body website is designed to help visitors find everything they want to know about the human skeleton, including everything from a "single blood vessel out of the other 60,000 miles of vessels in the human circulatory system." The folks at Inner Body have been working on these types of helpful anatomical renderings since 1997, and visitors can begin their tour through the site by...

View Resource Web Anatomy

The College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota has created this interactive and engaging set of resources designed to help college students learn about anatomy and physiology. Along with the learning modules, visitors can also take part in the rather fun "Anatomy Bowl". Here visitors can take on topics like biochemistry, the heart, and the reproductive system in a...

View Resource The Biology Corner

This resource for biology and science teachers includes a Lesson Plans section, which contains classroom activities, labs and worksheets. The Webquest section contains inquiry-based projects that utilize the internet. Internet lessons (also called miniquests) are smaller activities wherein students use one or two science related websites to answer a series of questions. The lesson plans are...

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