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These are thorough notes from Dr. Ruit's lectures and the textbook.
Enjoy and feel free to reach out with any questions!
These are the notes that were discussed on the very first day of class. This material provides definitions of important terms to know prior to getting more in depth on concepts in class.
These are the objects needed to know for the first test
Test one study guide answers
Study guide covering what will be on exam 2
Answer key to block 2 study guide
This study guide covers information from block 1.
These notes will cover everything we talked about in class up until tissues as well as the types of muscle tissues
This set of notes will cover the functions and structures found in the skin.
These notes are going to cover the bone vocabulary
This set of notes will cover the functions and structure of the axial skeleton
These notes will cover the Structures of the appendicular skeleton
This set of notes will cover joints. The types and movements as well as examples of each type of joint
These notes are going to cover everything about muscles. whether they are from the axial or appendicular skeletons and what movements they perform and where they are in the body
here are some basic questions that come from all of the material that we have so far covered this semester?
Week 6 notes! Nervous System Organization and Spinal Cord, Spinal Nerves and Cranial Nerves, Brainstem, Cerebellum and Brain.
This set of notes covers the different types of cells that can be found in the nervous system as well as how the spinal cord has different sections and what is needed to protect it.
These notes are just going to cover the structures of the spinal nerves as well as the 3 nerve plexuses.
this set of notes will cover the the brain stem, cerebellum, brain, and cranial nerves
these notes will cover the functions for the autonomic nervous system and its divisions
here are some questions to help you prepare for our next exam.
These notes will cover all the information on Anatomy Exam #3.