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Interactive Physiology 10-System Suite provides everything necessary to teach physiological concepts and practices in one convenient online resource. The 10-System Suite includes the Cardiovascular, Muscular, Respiratory, Nervous, Urinary, Fluids and Electrolytes, Nervous II, Endocrine, Digestive and Immune Systems.
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The perfect software for lectures or for use in your science computer lab, Interactive Physiology is filled with detailed animations, videos, sound and engaging quizzes and games that helps bring physiology to life for your students is now available online.
Each physiological concept is preceded by a set of goals and an anatomy review, and followed by a thorough quiz that tests mastery of those goals through engaging activities that ask your students to predict outcomes, play with variables, and measure responses.
Interactive Physiology Institutional Edition contains the following 10 body systems on one disk or in one convenient online resource.
Cardiovascular, Muscular, Respiratory, Nervous, Urinary, Fluids & Electrolytes, Nervous II, Endocrine, Digestive, and Immune.
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Each Body System begins with an "Anatomy Review," giving students a chance to brush up on the necessary anatomy that will be covered in the body system.
Animations show physiological processes in action. They can be paused, stepped through, or repeated to make it easier to comprehend processes that change over time, to correlate multiple events, or to relate physiological functions with graphical representations. Animations concentrate on cellular and molecular processes.
Self-quizzes test and reinforce students understanding of concepts with interactive exercises that encourage critical thinking and problem solving. Engaging animations allow students to predict outcomes and test their understanding. Students can return to the topic for a quick review with the
click of a link button.
Students can access the appropriate chapter outline from Human Anatomy and Physiology, Third Edition, by Elaine N. Marieb, R.N., Ph.D. to help correlate the module topics with the relevant pages and figures in the textbook.
Every topic contains learning goals for the student and a brief list of what the learner should know before proceeding.
Additional clarification and emphasis on important, difficult concepts are provided by Elaine Marieb, who appears on-screen as the "Virtual Professor."
Important terminology presented in "hot" form, so that users can access on-screen glossaries and additional information.