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    Anatomy and Physiology
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    These multiple choice and true/false questions are designed to help students practice and test their understanding of a variety of Anatomy or Physiology subtopics.

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    Intro to Anatomy & Physiology Lecture Materials

    These are the Introduction Lecture materials of the Virtual Anatomy and Physiology Classroom. The resources below are classroom tested and designed to supplement an actual anatomy or physiology course. 

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    The Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Lecture materials include:
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    • practice test and review questions
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    These lecture learning objectives are a study guide based on the VAPC Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology PowerPoint Shows below:
    • Relate the differences between anatomical and physiological study.
    • Categorize objects in the human body by organization level.
    • Identify the anatomical position and the 3 major body planes.
    • Describe the differences between gross and microscopic anatomy.​
    • Use basic anatomy and physiology concepts to explain why identical twins do not have identical fingerprints.

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