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These are important review topics from each section of Chapter 1 that we will need to know for our exam.
These notes cover whats on the first exam. Additional information written on the slides is info the professor told us we need to know specifically for the exam.
These notes cover the main ideas of chapter 1
This is a detail overview of the topics the professor said we needed to know for the exam
This is an extensive overview of all the information Turchyn said would be on the exam for this section on her Echo lectures
Practice multiple choice and true/false questions for Exam 1.
This is a comprehensive study guide of questions from chapters 4 and 5, tissues and the integumentary system
This is a detailed set of notes of the skeletal system. It contains information the professor says will be on the exam.
Important information from the skeletal system broken down into questions with tables.
This is a descriptive set of notes for the axial skeleton
This covers the material from Chapter 8 that will be on Exam 2.
Continuation of previous skeletal system notes
These notes extensively cover different types of joints and articulations, and how they are classified
These notes outline the muscular system
Questions for Chapter 6 and Chapter 8 that will help in preparing for Exam 2.
These notes cover skeletal muscles
This study guide asks a variety of extensive questions about the muscular system and its components
First four sections of blood.
Information about the endocrine system that will help you study for the coming exam.
A&P Chpater 12 Notes Part 1
These notes cover mostly the hormones. It discusses where each hormone is produced and released as well as their effect on target organs and the body. It also discusses how the hormones interact with each and other parts of the body
A&P Chapter 12 Notes Part 2
These notes contain questions from chapters examined on the final. Also it contains comparative notes on complex concepts for better understanding such as ossification.
In depth notes on what exactly we will need to know for the "old" portion of the exam.