Student Access Card Ph.I.L.S. (Physiology Interactive Lab Simulations) Online / Edition 1

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Overview

Ph.I.L.S. (Physiology Interactive Lab Simulations) software is the perfect way to reinforce key physiology concepts with powerful lab experiments. Created by Dr. Phil Stephens of Villanova University, this online or CD program offers 37 self-contained laboratory simulations that may be used either to supplement or replace wet labs.

Ph.I.L.S. allows students to perform experiments according to their own schedules, without risk of harm to themselves or live animals, and also without having to use expensive lab equipment (like Biopac, IWORX or Intellitool). Students can adjust variables, view outcomes, make predictions, draw conclusions, quiz themselves, and print lab reports. There is no limit to the number of times students can repeat each exercise, and the results differ every time the student changes the variables.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780073349329
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
  • Publication date: 9/22/2008
  • Edition description: Access Card
  • Edition number: 1
  • Sales rank: 960,832
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Osmosis and Diffusion

1. Varying Extracellular Concentration

Metabolism

2. Size and Basal Metabolic Rate

3. Cyanide and Electron Transport

Skeletal Muscle Function

4. Stimulus Dependent Force Generation

5. The Length-Tension Relationship

6. Principles of Summation and Tetanus

7. EMG and Twitch Amplitude

Resting Potentials

8. Resting Potential and External

Potassium Concentration

9. Resting Potential and External

Sodium Concentration

Action Potentials

10. The Compound Action Potential

11. Conduction Velocity and Temperature

12. Action Potentials and Refractory Periods

13. Measuring Ion Currents

Synaptic Potentials

14. Facilitation & Depression

15. Temporal Summation of EPSPs

16. Spatial Summation of EPSPs

Endocrine Function

17. Thyroid Gland and Metabolic Rate

Frog Heart Function

18. Thyroid and Chemical Effects

19. Refractory Period of the Heart

20. Starling's Law of the Heart

21. Heart Block

ECG and Heart Function

22. ECG and Exercise

23. The Meaning of Heart Sounds

24. ECG and Finger Pulse

25. Electrical Axis of the Heart

26. ECG and Heart Block

27. Abnormal ECGs

Circulation

28. Cooling and Peripheral Blood Flow

29. Blood Pressure and Gravity

30. Blood Pressure and Body Position

Blood

31. pH & Hb-oxygen Binding

32. DPG & Hb-oxygen Binding

Respiration

33. Altering Body Position

34. Altering Airway Volume

35. Exercise-Induced Changes

36. Deep Breathing and Cardiac Function

Digestion

37. Glucose Transport
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