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Benson's COMPLETE is designed for a 2-semester

A&P course. In addition to the dozens of effective exercises, this lab manual is unique in that students are asked to label many of the figures to reinforce concepts. The cat is the primary dissection specimen in this manual.

It is self-contained, detailed, and very logical in its approach. Because of its detailed content (textual material, line art, photos, and histology micrographs), it is generally not necessary to take the course textbook to the lab.

The atlas of quality histology micrographs has always been a strong feature and makes it unnecessary to purchase an additional histology atlas.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780697282552
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
  • Publication date: 6/24/1998
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 7
  • Pages: 672
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 1.02 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Gunstream has authored numerous lab manuals and has one of the best selling short A&P work texts.

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Table of Contents

Part 1 Some Fundamentals

1 Anatomical Terminology

2 Body Cavities and Membranes

3 Organ Systems: Rat Dissection
Part 2 Cells and Tissues

4 Microscopy

5 Basic Cell Structure

6 Mitosis

7 Osmosis and Cell Membrane Integrity

8 Hydrogen Ion Concentration

9 Buffering Systems

10 Epithelial Tissues

11 Connective Tissues

12 The Integument
Part 3 The Skeletal System

13 The Skeletal Plan

14 The Skull

15 The Vetebral Column and Thorax

16 The Appendicular Skeleton

17 Articulations
Part 4 The Nerve-Muscle Relationship

18 The Nerve Cells

19 The Muscle Cells

20 The Neuromuscular Junction
Part 5 Instrumentation

21 Electrodes and Input Transducers

22 Amplifiers, Panel Meters, and Oscilloscopes

23 Gilson Chart Recorders

24 The Narco Physiograph

25 The Electronic Stimulator

26 The Intelitool System
Part 6 Skeletal Muscle Physiology

27 The Physicochemical Nature of Muscle Contraction

28 Mapping of Motor Points

29 Muscle Contraction Experiments: Using Chart Recorders

30 Muscle Contraction Experiments: Using the Intelitool Physiogrip

31 The Effects of Drugs on Muscle Contraction

32 Electromyography
Part 7 The Major Skeletal Muscles

33 Muscle Structure

34 Body Movements

35 Cat Dissection: Skin Removal

36 Head and Neck Muscles

37 Trunk and Shoulder Muscles

38 Upper Extremity Muscles

39 Abdominal, Pelvic and Intercoastal Muscles

40 Lower Extremity Muscles
Part 8 The Nervous System

41 The Spinal Cord, Spinal Nerves and Reflex Arcs

42 Somatic Reflexes

43 The Patellar Reflex: Using the Intelitool Flexicomp

44 Action Potential Velocities

45 Brain Anatomy: External

46 Brain Anatomy: Internal

47 Electroencephalography
Part 9 The Sense Organs

48 Anatomy of the Eye

49 Visual Tests

50 The Ear: Its Role in Hearing

51 The Ear: Its Role in Equilibrium
Histology Atlas
Part 10 Hematology

52 A White Blood Cell Study: The Differential WBC Count

53 Total Blood Cell Counts

54 Hemoglobin Percent Measurement

55 Packed Red Cell Volume

56 Coagulation Time

57 Sedimentation Rate

58 Blood Typing
Part 11 The Cardiovascular System

59 Anatomy of the Heart

60 Cardiovascular Sounds

61 Heart Rate Control

62 Electrocardiogram Monitoring:Using Chart Recorders

63 Electrocardiogram Monitoring: Using the Intelitool Cardiocomp

64 Pulse Monitoring

65 Blood Pressure Monitoring

66 A Polygraph Study of the Cardiac Cycle

67 Peripheral Circulation Control (Frog)

68 The Arteries and Veins

69 Fetal Circulation

70 The Lymphatic System and the Immune Response
Part 12 The Respiratory System

71 The Respiratory Organs

72 Hyperventilation and Rebreathing

73 The Diving Reflex

74 The Valsalva Maneuver

75 Spirometry: Lung Capacities

76 Spirometry: The FEVt test

77 Spirometry: Using the Intelitool Spirocomp
Part 13 Autonomic Responses to Physcial and Psychological Factors

78 Response to Physical Stress: Monitoring Physical Fitness Training

79 Response to Psychological Stress: Lie Detection

80 A Biofeedback Demonstration
Part 14 The Digestive System

81 Anatomy of the Digestive System

82 Intestinal Motility

83 The Chemistry of Hydrolysis

84 Factors Affecting Hydrolysis
Part 15 The Excretory System

85 Anatomy of the Urinary System

86 Urine: Composition and Tests
Part 16 The Endocrine and Reproductive Systems

87 The Endocrine Glands

88 The Reproductive System

89 Fertilization and Early Embryology (Sea Urchin)
Histology Self-Quizzes
Answer Keys to Self-Quizzes

Laboratory Reports

Appendix A Tables

Appendix B Tests and Methods

Appendix C Physiograph Sample Records

Reading References
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