Anatomy Physiology Club....NOT A&P - page 2

I think I figured out the difference between A&P and Anatomy and Physiology taken separately. I think A&P is taught systemically, while at least anatomy is taught regionally when they are... Read More

  1. by   S.N. Visit
    I just registered for physiology & lab this morning! (classes don't start until later Feb) Glad to see that other colleges seperate A&P too











    Too bad they couldn't break up micro
  2. by   raynbabe07
    I am taking Anatomy right now too and my class seems different than everyone elses on here. Our class started with epithelial tissues and the integumentary system, now we are learning all the bones, then all the muscles next.. so we are doing each entire system at a time, not one body part at a time.
  3. by   jrwoodall79
    Quote from raynbabe07
    I am taking Anatomy right now too and my class seems different than everyone elses on here. Our class started with epithelial tissues and the integumentary system, now we are learning all the bones, then all the muscles next.. so we are doing each entire system at a time, not one body part at a time.
    thats exactly how mine is.
  4. by   luvmy3kids
    I had Anatomy and Phys separately too. I don't know how I would have done it the other way. We started out small... with histology, then on to the systems, learning each system separately... one by one. And in the lab would typically correspond to what we were doing in lecture at that time. It was nice because after we knew what it was we were on to how it worked during the next semester. (seems like a lot of info to put it all together)

    Phys, however, was pretty much the same as far as lecture is concerned... We started out learning about the cells and the membranes and what not... but lab was a bit different. We did a lot of EKG's and other cardio experiments. It was fun... but it took up quite a bit of time. We also had to do a project that was presented to the entire school... that was fun but it was a lot of work too.

    Anyway... just wanted to "chime" in. If anyone needs any help or suggestions... let me know. Hopefully, I can remember some of it.:trout:

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