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Neuroscience, Cell Biology, and Physiology: Study Aids
A research guide of recommended information resources for Anatomy and Neuroscience, Cell Biology, & Physiology (NCBP)
In these modules you will learn to:
-Describe basic human body functions and life process.
-Name the major human body systems and relate their functions.
-Describe the anatomical locations, structures and physiological functions of the main components of each major system of the human body.
From the National Cancer Institute and the U.S. National Institutes of Health.
A simple and intuitive flash card program. Just make up cards for what you want to memorize, and CueCard will quiz you on them. CueCard automatically focuses on the cards you are having trouble with. CueCard also offers printing, pictures and sounds on cards, Unicode support, a multi-lingual user interface, Import/Export and a variety of study modes. ~from www.cnet.com
How fast can you point to your liver, gall bladder or incisor? Do you know the difference between the auricle and the utricle, the sacrum and the manubrium? Speed Anatomy is an addictive game that tests your speed and challenges your knowledge of human anatomy!
Also available: Speed Bones MD, Speed Muscles MD, Speed Angiology
Some versions of this app are free for Android or iPhone, some have a cost. See the product webpages for details.
View the bones of a human, gorilla, and baboon in a comparative osteology database from the University of Texas at Austin Anthropology Department. See Resources for study aids (Activities/Teaching Resources) which include a life-sized printout of a human skeleton.