Human Spongy Bone Slide Stained to show general structures. Thickness, 7 µm, sec. Stain, hematoxylin and eosin. 312946 Each $19.20 12+ Each $18.45 Mammal Fibrocartilage Slide Shows tissue from the intervertebral disc or pubic symphysis. Thickness, 10 µm, sec. Stain, hematoxylin and eosin. 312922 Each $10.25 12+ Each $10.00 Investigating the Interactions of Muscles and Bones Kit Kits Students study biophysics of human movement using an ingenious model that simulates the human arm and elbow joint. The cooperation between agonistic and antagonistic muscle groups to create movement is remarkably clear. Examining various types of levers found within the musculoskeletal system, students measure changes in mechanical advantage caused by altering the points of attachment of “muscles” to “bones.” The kit contains everything you need for class demonstration or 1 group of students. 696406A Per kit $114.00 15 Many students think they can get through anatomy and physiology by relying on the power of memorization. As every A&P educator knows, it takes more than a sharp memory to make the grade. Physiology demands that students understand how body parts or systems work together. Try these tips to help students grasp the connections: The Challenge of Students Grasping How Parts Work Together Use kits that help students visualize body mechanics such as lung volume function, kidney filtration, or the full circulatory system. Tip 1 Try dissection mats that include concise, step-by-step instructions and detailed color photos to help students conduct dissections and identify internal and external structures. Tip 2 Get students to show you or another student what they’ve learned by using models or by creating color-coded drawings. Tip 3
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