In this interactive object, learners identify a person's regional body parts.
Cardiac Risk Factors
By Ann Jadin
Learners categorize cardiac risk factors and match the signs and symptoms of cardiac distress with the correct terms.
Antigen Presentation: T and B Cell Differentiation
By Carol Parent-Paulson
This learning object demonstrates the process by which antigens are identified, processed, and presented to mediators of the cellular immune system.
The Basidiomycetes of the Fungi Kingdom
By Barbara Liang
Learners examine the lifecycle of basidiomycetes. Terminology and fungi examples are provided.
Transport Processes Requiring ATP
In this animated object, students observe how ATP energy is used to move substances across the cell membrane from an area of lower concentration to an area of higher concentration and when something too large needs to get in or out of a cell.
Anatomy of the Ear
By Donna Matusewic
The student identifies the anatomical parts of the ear and learns the purpose and function of these parts. A review follows the lesson.
Facial and Head Muscles in Action
By Eileen Bouchard
Students identify various muscles of the face and scalp and see them in action in this animated activity.
Shoulder, Arm, and Hand Muscles in Action
In this animated activity, learners view the various hand, arm, and shoulder muscles in action. The students test their knowledge of the location of the muscles in a drag-and-drop exercise.
In this animated object, learners examine how the sensory, motor, mixed, and reflex nerves work in the human body.
Anatomic Crown and Root
By Gail Bohlman
Students locate the enamel, cementum, cementoenamel junction, the anatomic crown, and the root of a tooth in this interactive lesson.
Medical Terminology for Muscular System
Use the definition to guess the word or prefix and save the moon!
Descubre 2 Chapter 1 Body Parts
Find the matching words.
Human Anatomy Match Making
A game about match making human anatomy terms
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