Host Kevin Patton previews the content of the upcoming full episode, which focuses on the big year (the first year) of The A&P Professor podcast (TAPP Radio).
The A&P Professor Book Club.
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Expect these topics in the full Episode 36:
- Feedback/questions from listener Adam Rich
- Have we discovered a new type of blood vessel?
- Looking back at the "big ideas" of the first year of this podcast
- Audible revolution: Online radio is booming thanks to iPods, cheap audio software and weblogs, reports Ben Hammersley (first proposed use of "podcast") my-ap.us/2AZ4lwB
- In fimo
- In vitro
- In vivo
- Studies can be in vitro, in vivo and now ‘in fimo’ — in poop (brief description in Science News) my-ap.us/2ATJ5bN
- “In Fimo”: A Term Proposed for Excrement Examined Experimentally (article in Gastroenterology journal proposing new term) my-ap.us/2AYtDuM
- My favorite quote from the paper: "...we use the following term for the active enzymes extracted from an in fimo sample: poopernatant."
- The Anatomist
- Book by Bill Hayes about Henry Gray and illustrator Henry Vandyke Carter, creators of Gray's Anatomy
- Mentioned in The Silent Teacher; A Conversation with Aaron Fried | Episode 29
- Internet Surf and Turf-Revealed: The Essential Guide to Copyright, Fair Use, and Finding Media
- Book by Barbara Waxer & Marsha Baum
- Mentioned in Using Media in Our A&P Course; Advice From Barbara Waxer | Episode 28
- Check out The A&P Professor Book Club
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