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  • Anatomy And Physiology 3D Free: Anatomical Model Of The Human Body: App Analysis

    When looking at an iPad app to evaluate, I thought of all of the things that I would want if I was a student. The ease of navigation, the available content, the accuracy of the content, and if the information is age appropriate. In my search, I came across the app called Anatomy and Physiology 3D Free: Anatomical Model of the Human Body. This was a free app that I was able to download within a few minutes on my personal iPad. Total size of the app is 723 MB. The web rating is 12+. A brief summary of the app was provided by the creator. The description read that the app was a great reference, testing, and educational tool. It provided a full 3D male and female model with over 4,700 structures in each of the two models. It provides…

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  • Research Paper On Anurans

    experiment was because the human body and the body of the anura are homeostasis. Both frogs and humans possess a skull, spine, central nervous system, and the bones of the limbs are given the same names for each species. Yet, the human radius and ulna are separate bones, which form the…

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  • Reflection On Tutoring Experience

    My Tutoring Experience Spring 2016 This was my first officially semester of tutoring here at Northland Pioneer College and it was a great experience. I was a Biology tutor and some the classes I tutored included Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology, General Biology. I also tutored over the distance system using the video models which was really nice I got to learn how to use the advanced equipment they use at our college. Through the EDU 101 class I was enrolled in I learned so much…

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  • Skeletal System

    In regards to the skull anatomy (as shown below), the male skull is larger and heavy-boned, and the female skull is small and light-boned. The forehead of the male skull is steep and flat, whereas the female forehead is more rounded. Female cheekbone size is small and delicate in contrast to the male cheekbone size (large and heavy). The male mandible size and shape are large and more of a squared chin whereas the female is smaller and more of a pointed chin. The occipital condyles of the male…

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  • Essay On Explanation Of Beauty

    was to take an outline of a human anatomy diagram from the chest to the top of the head, and then draw in a brain, eyes, a nose, a mouth, and a heart. Then, I would put pictures with the same theme together near a certain part of the diagram to show how beauty was seen in those objects. For example, the pictures of buildings and other structures will be near the brain because thinking of its past and other historic values are what make it beautiful. Also, the nature pictures will go near the…

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  • Andreas Vesalius: The Most Influential Person In The Renaissance

    Previously, a Greek anatomist named Galen found most of the information on anatomy that was used during that time period. He had previously found that there was a set of arteries leading directly from the heart to the brain called the rete mirabile. Andreas Vesalius proved that there is no such thing as the rete mirabile through the dissection of animals and humans. This shows how he was the most influential anatomist in the Renaissance because he showed, through his work, that another anatomist…

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  • The Renaissance: Medical Practices During The Renaissance

    continued learning of the human body and other things, and last but not least accidental discoveries. During the Renaissance medical practices…

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  • Surgery As My Passion Essay

    my feelings, as I found myself immersed into drawing. Observing my drawings became my passion, where I always desired to achieve perfection. I wanted to overcome the obstacles in my culture that didn’t see the importance of a female doctor, as it was considered to be a flaw. In general, the number of women in the Saudi workforce is very tiny compared to men who hold most of jobs, especially in the medical field and particularly in the surgical field. Female unemployment rate is roughly at 33%.…

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  • Organ Theft Essay

    donors or from forced donation. Many times that transplants are performed the patients don’t know where the organs come from or how the organs were acquired. I would have to imagine this “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy suits most recipients just fine. The illicit underground organ transplant market brings up strong ethical and moral issues as well. There is no question that the world needs a larger supply of transplantable organs, but the way many of these organs are acquired and procured is…

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  • Personal Narrative: Dissecting The Human Brain

    Doctor in the making There I was going through the pig's trachea and went straight to his heart. Having a pig’s heart in my hands was amazing, nothing that exciting has happened to me until I decided to dissect a pig. I put the heart down and went on with my adventure, went to the pig’s stomach and poked a little hole in it, and brown liquid started to oozing out. It was probably the most disgusting but exciting thing I have seen in that class. When I found out my school offered physiology and…

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