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Lecture Outlines
Outline originally prepared by Mary Catherine Flath (1998);
Updated and revised by Mary Catherine Flath (1998-2003) Ashland Community and Technical College;
Updated and revised by Jason LaPres (2004)- North Harris College.

McGraw-Hill regrets that we previously made an error in posting the credit line for the outlines below. The posting should have reflected that Mary Cat Flath was the original author of the outlines which were updated and revised by Jason LaPres in 2004. We sincerely apologize to Mary Cat Flath for this error.

Printable Microsoft documents for the Lecture Outlines.

Chapter01 Lecture Outline (134.0K)
Chapter02 Lecture Outline (174.0K)
Chapter03 Lecture Outline (168.0K)
Chapter04 Lecture Outline (195.0K)
Chapter05 Lecture Outline (183.0K)
Chapter06 Lecture Outline (091.0K)
Chapter07 Lecture Outline (181.0K)
Chapter08 Lecture Outline (097.0K)
Chapter09 Lecture Outline (260.0K)
Chapter10 Lecture Outline (119.0K)
Chapter11 Lecture Outline (184.0K)
Chapter12 Lecture Outline (119.0K)
Chapter13 Lecture Outline (515.0K)
Chapter14 Lecture Outline (125.0K)
Chapter15 Lecture Outline (236.0K)
Chapter16 Lecture Outline (118.0K)
Chapter17 Lecture Outline (225.0K)
Chapter18 Lecture Outline (240.0K)
Chapter19 Lecture Outline (104.0K)
Chapter20 Lecture Outline (105.0K)
Chapter21 Lecture Outline (110.0K)
Chapter22 Lecture Outline (191.0K)
Chapter23 Lecture Outline (115.0K)
Chapter24 Lecture Outline (169.0K)

Histology Atlas by Donald L. Rubbelke D.A., Biology Department, Lakeland Community College
This tissue module is designed to acquaint you with the basic characteristics of tissues. The design enables the "first-timer" to take a systematic approach by stepping through tissue categories and topics to learn key characteristics of each tissue type. Go to Tissues: An Introduction

Lumen Histology Slide Series by Loyola University Medical Center
This site includes cell and molecular body lessons, host defense lessons, and function of the human body lessons. Go to Lumen Histology Slide Series

Below are the answer keys for the end of chapter questions and review exercises from Hole’s Human Anatomy & Physiology 10th edition.

End of Chapter Questions (605.0K)

Cross Sectional Mini-Atlas
Cross Sectional Mini-Atlas (1284.0K)
Mini Atlas (3549.0K)
Note: The above files are in pdf format (portable document format) which allows them to be viewed and navigated from any PC or Mac. If your browser does not already include the Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0, you can download it free here. Then follow the instructions in the downloaded file to install it as a plug-in.
Unlabeled Images (PowerPoint®)
PowerPoint of Cadaver Cross Sections (9312.0K)
PowerPoint of CT and MRI Scans (3254.0K)
PowerPoint of Pathology Images (1131.0K)

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Mini-Atlas Credits
Philip Tate, Instructor of Anatomy and Physiology, Phoenix College
James Kennedy, Instructor of Anatomy and Physiology, Phoenix College
John Lampigano, Instructor of Cross-Sectional Anatomy, Gateway Community College
Cadaver Sections Provided by Grant Dahmer, Director of Willed Body Programs, Biotechnology Specialist (ISP), Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy, University of Arizona College of Medicine

Spanish A&P Glossary
Spanish Glossary (611.0K)
Spanish Glossary (466.0K)

Martin Lab Manual, Webquest

Laboratory Exercise 1

Examine additional information about the scientific method.

Laboratory Exercise 2

Identify organs in the three planes of the body from digitized sections of a human body.

Laboratory Exercise 3

Explore additional explanations on proper microscope use.

Laboratory Exercise 4

Review cell structure and function.

Laboratory Exercise 6

Review the phases of the cell cycle and the events during each phase.

Laboratory Exercises 7, 8, and 9

Identify tissues from micrographs and examine the structural components of tissues.

Laboratory Exercise 10

Identify skin layers from micrographs and review the functions of the skin layers.

Laboratory Exercises 13, 14, 15, and 16

What are the functions of individual bones and features?

Laboratory Exercise 17

Why does the shoulder joint allow extensive movement? What is joint fluoroscopy?

Laboratory Exercises 20, 21, 22, and 23

Determine the origin, insertion, action, nerve innervation, and blood supply of all the major muscles.

Identify muscles and detailed explanations from an interactive site.


Laboratory Exercises 27 and 29

Describe the development of the nervous system and review the brain, cranial nerves, spinal cord, and CSF.

Laboratory Exercise 33

What are the causes of hearing impairment?

Laboratory Exercise 35

How do we see?

Laboratory Exercise 37

What are common endocrine gland disorders? How can they be treated?

Laboratory Exercise 38

What are the functions of the various blood components? What do abnormal amounts indicate?

Laboratory Exercise 41

Trace blood flow through an animated heart at various rates. Identify heart structures and take an animated tour of the heart.

Laboratory Exercise 42

Identify normal heart sounds and a murmur.

Explore an ECG Learning Center.

Laboratory Exercise 46

Identify the major arteries and veins and describe their functions. Observe the animation of the exchanges in a capillary.

Laboratory Exercise 48

Locate the six major areas of lymph nodes and identify the components of the lymphatic system.

Laboratory Exercise 49

Summarize the functions of the organs of the digestive system.

Laboratory Exercise 52

Review the structure and function of the respiratory system.

Laboratory Exercise 56

Review the structure and function of the urinary system.

Laboratory Exercise 59

Review the structures and functions of the male reproductive system.

Laboratory Exercise 60

Review the structures and functions of the female reproductive system.

Laboratory Exercise 62

Examine the topics of infertility, fetal development, pregnancy, birth, and many more.

McGraw-Hill Links Library
Visit our collection of biological science weblinks in our Links Library.

A & P Arcade
Have fun while you learn anatomy and physiology! Go to A and P Arcade.

WebQuest Activities
WebQuest Activities (38.0K)

Hole's Human A&P 10eOnline Learning Center

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