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Human physiology

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View Resource Human Anatomy On-line

The Informative Graphics Corporation offers an excellent educational aid/tutorial. Human Anatomy On-line presents an interactive environment for the end user through the use of Java applets, over one hundred images, and animations. What makes this site so interesting is its use of descriptive links which provide names, information, and in some cases a link to an image providing a closer view....

http://www.innerbody.com/
View Resource Webvision: Organization of the Retina and Visual System

Offered through the John Moran Eye Center at the University of Utah, this Web site aims to "summarize the recent advances in knowledge and understanding of the mammalian retina." The Web site is arranged simply in a book-like fashion with chapters headings leading to well-referenced text and illustrations. The information presented is quite comprehensive, and would serve as a useful educational...

http://webvision.med.utah.edu/
View Resource Physiological Reviews

_Physiological Reviews_is currently available online through the American Physiological Society. Online abstracts and full-text content begin January 1998. Physiological reviews is made available through Stanford University's HighWire Press.

http://physrev.physiology.org/
View Resource John Hopkins School of Medicine: Interactive Respiratory Physiology

Hosted by John Hopkins School of Medicine, this hypertext on Interactive Respiratory Physiology was developed by Dr. Wilmot C. Ball Jr. of the Physiology Department, and staff at the Office of Medical Informatics Education. The site offers informative Tutorials and Interactive Lab Exercises that include: Static Elastic Properties of the Lung and Chest Wall, The Mechanics of Quiet Breathing,...

http://oac.med.jhmi.edu/res_phys/index.HTML
View Resource physiologyINFO.org

What is physiology exactly? It's a good question, and one that is answered quite thoroughly on this website provided by The American Physiology Society (APS). The homepage starts things off with a basic introduction to physiology, complete with a pronunciation guide for the actual word. Moving on, the site contains four primary sections: "What is Physiology?", "Current Research", "Milestones in...

http://www.physiologyinfo.org/
View Resource Powerhouse Rules: The Role of Mitochondria in Human Diseases

Mitochondria are often described as the powerhouses of cells, and this rather fascinating course offered at MIT looks into the role they play in human diseases. The materials here are from the Spring 2011 version of "Powerhouse Rules: The Role of Mitochondria in Human Diseases" taught by Professor Daniel Ferullo. The course is one of the advanced undergraduate seminars offered by MIT's Biology...

https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/biology/7-342-powerhouse-rules-t...