Thursday, January 10, 2019

Episode 35 Intro | TAPP Radio Preview

Host Kevin Patton previews the content of the upcoming full episode, which focuses on the big ideas (essential concepts) of the A&P course.
 big idea

There's more... a few content updates... plus some word dissections, a toast to Elaine Marieb, and a recommendation from The A&P Professor Book Club.
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.5 minute
  • News about how smell relates to stress
  • News about how oxytocin works
  • Cholesterol testing for cardiac risk - are changes coming?
  • Big ideas - the essential concepts of A&P
Word Dissections
9.5 minutes
  • Dissection
    • Section
  • Concept
  • Gradient
  • Apolipoprotein B (ApoB)
Elaine Marieb
1.5 minute
Book Club
3.5 minutes
  • The Core Concepts of Physiology: A New Paradigm for Teaching Physiology
    • by Joel Michael , William Cliff, Jenny McFarland, Harold Modell, Ann Wright
  • Book details:
  • 15 core concepts of physiology
    • Explanations and applications of a concept-based approach to the physiology course
    • Concepts:
      • Evolution
      • Homeostasis
      • Causality
      • Energy
      • Structure/function
      • Cell theory
      • Levels of organization
      • Cell–cell communication
      • Cell membrane
      • Flow down gradients
      • Genes to proteins
      • Interdependence
      • Mass balance
      • Physics/chemistry
      • Scientific reasoning
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