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BMS 208 Human Anatomy is a Biomedical Science course at GVSU taught by the following professor: Lanier. 3 elite notetakers have produced 4 study materials for this Biomedical Science course.
This is a bundle of notes from the first two weeks of class with Professor Lanier. They cover everything she went over in lecture from the planes of the body, the cavities, the levels of organization, the embryonic period, and the start of the tissue types (which will be continued next week). I went through the book to help clarify some things she said too. The text that is purple denotes the diffe
These are notecards of the terms describing planes of the body, directional terms, regions and cavities of the body. Basically they cover vocabulary Dr. Lanier went over in lecture from Unit 1, chapter 1. I hope you are able to print these out and cut them into your own physical notecards to help you study!
This is a set of all of my notes for this first unit, all compiled into one organized study guide for you! It covers everything from the directions and regions of the body to the integumentary system (
These are the second half of my notecards that I created for the upcoming Unit 1 test. They cover cell components, the embryonic period, the different tissues of the body, and the integumentary system.
These are the notes from this past Thursday (9/24/15), covering bone shapes, formation of bone, appendicular and axial skeleton and the bones of the skull. I also went through the book to add more detail to the notes!
This is a bundle of three chapters worth of notes. I already posted one set of notes covering chapter 6 and part of 7 but this includes those notes, as well as what Professor Lanier covered of chapter 8 in class during this past week, (9/29 & 10/1). That means these notes cover; the types of bones, all of the axial and the appendicular skeleton!
This set of notes for this week was over joints and muscles. It is everything Professor Lanier went over in class and a few extra things I clarified using the textbook. I hope you find this helpful!
This is a study guide for Unit 2. It consists of ALL the notes from this past unit that were covered in class and I also went through and added things from the book where they were needed. So this covers material from 9/24-10/15. That is all the bone, joint, and muscle information. I hope this helps you rock the exam! Good luck studying!
These are the notes from this week Thursday (10/22/15). We started the Nervous System (the structural and functional organization of it, the cells involved, and an explanation of the synapse), so chapter 14. These notes are from lecture but I had to fill some parts in with bits from the book to make it make more sense.
These notes cover everything Professor Lanier covered on 10/27 & 10/29 which was the major brain structures and the brain and cranial nerves. I went through and reorganized them so they make more sense to myself and also added things in from the book to help me understand. I hope this helps you all as well.
This is a bundle of all of the notes from Unit 3. They cover everything Professor Lanier went over in class, from the organization of the nervous system, to the brain and spinal cord structures and ner
These are the notes from in class on 11/12/15. They cover everything blood, what it is made up of and all the cells, everything Professor Lanier talked about in class. So this also includes the portion on the heart that she covered in class as well. More information can be found in chapter 21 and some of chapter 22 of the textbook as well (thats where I went to look for extra help filling things in
This is a bundle of the notes from 11/12 up until 11/19. It is everything Professor Lanier has gone over since exam 3, which would be everything we need to know about blood, the heart, and the lymphatic system (chapters 21, 22, and 23). I went through and reorganized, clarified with the book, and added some graphics in where I felt it was necessary.
This study guides covers everything we went over in class from chapter 25 thru chapter 28. This means it covers everything Professor Lanier talked about concerning the Respiratory System, the Digestive System, the Urinary System and the Reproductive System. I also went back through the book and clarified some of the material with information from the book. Hopefully this helps you all!