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Connective Tissue Proper: Loose
Types of Tissue
Connective tissue is the material inside your body that supports many of its parts. It is the "cellular glue" that gives your tissues their shape and helps keep them strong. It also helps some of your tissues do their work. Cartilage and fat are examples

Histology (tissues)

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The Integumentary System, Part 1 - Skin Deep: Crash Course A&P #6 - YouTube
4 Stages of Wound Healing
Stages in Wound Healing

6. Integumentary System

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Vertebra Unlabeled
Humerus, Radius, Ulna
Types of Vertebrae

7. Skeletal System : Bone Structure & Function

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Neurotransmitters & Their Effects
Neurotransmitter Release

12. Nervous System: Nervous Tissue

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Muscle Model Leg
somso+arm+muscle+model+labeled | BIOL 160: Human Anatomy and Physiology
Anterior Thighs

11. Muscular System

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Images Of Torso Muscle With Label Torso In I3 310
Images Of Torso Muscle With Label Muscles Of The Upper Torso Labeled – Human Anatomy Lesson
Images Of Torso Muscle With Label Torso Anterior Muscle Labeled – Anatomy Diagram Pics

Muscle Anatomy

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Neuromuscular Junction

10. Histology of Muscles

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Visual Pathways. Each optic nerve conducts visual stimuli information. At the optic chiasm, some axons from the optic nerve decussate. The optic tract on each side then contains axons from both eyes. Visual stimuli information is processed by the thalamus and then interpreted by visual association areas within the occipital lobe of the cerebrum. Visual sensory input involved in reflexes is relayed to nuclei within the midbrain.
Midbrain - Corpora Quadrigemina

13: Brain & Cranial Nerves

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Autonomic Reflexes
Autonomic Plexuses. Autonomic plexuses are located in the anterior body cavities in both the thoracic and abdominopelvic cavities. This anterior view shows the cardiac, pulmonary, and esophageal plexuses in the thoracic cavity and the abdominal aortic plexus (celiac, superior mesenteric, inferior mesenteric plexuses) in the abdominopelvic cavity.
Comparison of the Parasympathetic and Sympathetic Divisions of the ANS.

15 : Autonomic Nervous System

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Equilibrium Pathways. Information from the vestibular complex is sent to multiple parts of the brain, so posture and body movement may be adjusted accordingly.
Function of the Crista Ampullaris. Rotation of the head causes endolymph within the semicircular duct to push against the cupula covering the hair cells, resulting in bending of their stereocilia and an alteration in the frequency of nerve signal propagation.
Ampulla. A diagrammatic section through an ampulla in a semicircular duct details the relationships among the hair cells and supporting cells, the cupula, and the endolymph in detecting rotational movement of the head.

16. NS: Senses

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Regulation and Action of Glucagon. Glucagon is released from alpha cells within pancreatic islets in response to low blood glucose levels. Glucagon binds with target cells that increase both glucose, glycerol, and fatty acid levels within the blood.
Regulation and Action of Insulin. Insulin is released from beta cells within pancreatic islets in response to high blood glucose. Insulin decreases the level of all nutrient molecules (glucose, fatty acids, and amino acids) within the blood. The uptake of fatty acids and amino acids from the blood limits their availability making it more likely that cells will use glucose available within the blood as their nutrient molecule for cell respiration. Thus, blood glucose more quickly returns to withi
Pancreas. The pancreas performs both exocrine and endocrine activities. (a) An illustration shows the relationship between the pancreas and both the duodenum (first section of the small intestine) and spleen. (b) A diagram and micrograph reveal the histology of a pancreatic islet. Four types of islet cells are shown in the diagram, including alpha cells that release glucagon and beta cells that release insulin

17. Endocrine System

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Thanks to Dr. Gunther for teaching me the human heart through angry german direction routines.

19. Cardiovascular System: Heart

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A playful take on the human respiratory system
Upper Respiratory Tract. (a) Anatomic regions that compose the upper respiratory tract, (b) supporting structures of the nose, (c) midsagittal section of the nasal cavity, and (d) coronal view of the nasal cavity in a cadaver.
Upper Respiratory Tract. (a) Anatomic regions that compose the upper respiratory tract, (b) supporting structures of the nose, (c) midsagittal section of the nasal cavity, and (d) coronal view of the nasal cavity in a cadaver.

23. Respiratory System

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Digestive System Diagram for Kids & Digestion Facts - InfoBarrel
Digestive System Overview
Digestive System Overview

Digestive System

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