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Mammalian Histology: Epithelial, Connective, Muscular and Nervous Tissues
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BCC Bioscience Image Library is a media file repository of images and video clips made available to educators and students in the biological sciences. The resources are created by faculty, staff and students of Berkshire Community College and are licensed under Creative Commons 0. This means all content is free, with no restrictions on how the material may be used, reused, adapted or modified for any purposes, without restriction under copyright or database law.

This project was partially funded by a $20,000,000 grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration, Grant # TC-26450-14-60-A-25. The product was created by the grantee and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Department of Labor. The U.S. Department of Labor makes no guarantees, warranties, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, with respect to such information, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the information or its completeness, timeliness, usefulness, adequacy, continued availability, or ownership.

If you have any questions contact professor Faye Reynolds at: freynold@berkshirecc.edu

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BCC Bioscience Image Library is a media file repository of images and video clips made available to educators and students in the biological sciences. The resources are created by faculty, staff and students of Berkshire Community College and are licensed under Creative Commons 0. This means all content is free, with no restrictions on how the material may be used, reused, adapted or modified for any purposes, without restriction under copyright or database law.


This project was partially funded by a $20,000,000 grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration, Grant # TC-26450-14-60-A-25. The product was created by the grantee and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Department of Labor. The U.S. Department of Labor makes no guarantees, warranties, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, with respect to such information, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the information or its completeness, timeliness, usefulness, adequacy, continued availability, or ownership.


If you have any questions contact professor Faye Reynolds at: freynold@berkshirecc.edu

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Oogenesis - Anatomy & Physiology
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Oogenesis is the process of producing the female gametes, the Ovum, from the primordial germ cells. The majority of the steps in oogenesis, up to the point of producing primary oocytes, occur pre-natally. Therefore, females are born with all of the Primary Oocytes that they will ever have as primary oocytes do not divide further.

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The Female Reproductive System : Introduction (20:01)
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The last video in our anatomy and physiology lecture series focuses on the female reproductive system. This video introduces us to the female reproductive system. We take a quick look at the components of the female reproductive system and the functions of the female reproductive system.

Lesson 1 in our Female Reproductive System series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

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Other Free Videos in the Male Reproductive System series:
-Introduction to the Female Reproductive System (20:01): http://youtu.be/Bg09ecSDEO8
-The Ovaries (20:02): http://youtu.be/Ml29ezbvMuY
-The Uterus (20:03): http://youtu.be/bdeDSx3eKDk

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Date Added:
10/07/2014
The Muscular System : Muscles of Mastication (09:10)
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This video covers the muscles of mastication.

Special thanks to Visible Body for allowing me to use screen captures of their amazing product.

Lesson 10 in our Muscular System series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

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Videos in the skeletal system series:
-Muscle Tissue (09:01): http://youtu.be/RDqUg7ERwDQ
-Skeletal Muscle (09:02): http://youtu.be/NBuReVewhws
-Motor Unit and Muscle Fibers (09:03): http://youtu.be/f5wnaf96TH4
-Cardiac and Smooth Muscle (09:04): http://youtu.be/isOWu7Ts-vs
-Introduction to the Muscular System (09:05): http://youtu.be/F8DzB7hcLA4
-Fascia (09:06): http://youtu.be/K1zkJySBhlU
-Types of Muscle Contraction (09:07): http://youtu.be/i2VG3HGBrBw
-Before We Start (09:08): http://youtu.be/HXH7tQ2Cq1o
-Muscles of Facial Expression (09:09): http://youtu.be/UB73SMxDv-o
-Muscles of Mastication (09:10): http://youtu.be/oOiUJ6b6-pI

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Date Added:
10/02/2014
The Skeletal System : Types of Bone (07:03)
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In this video we look at the different types of bones: flat bone, short bone, long bone, etc..

Lesson 3 in The Skeletal System series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

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Videos in the skeletal system series:
-Introduction to the Skeletal System (07:01): http://youtu.be/DT8CNqI8x0o
-General Features of Bone (07:02): http://youtu.be/AITDZj2utok
-Types of Bone (07:03): http://youtu.be/Dnw3WflKuzg
-Bone Modeling (07:04): http://youtu.be/YjKbvlvhHmM
-Cranial Bone pt 1 (07:05): http://youtu.be/W2gAC3QAU08
-Cranial Bone pt 2 (07:06): http://youtu.be/aMJKT0cSJng
-Facial Bones pt 1 (07:07): http://youtu.be/ocUlnpPxCv8
-Facial Bones pt 2 (07:08): http://youtu.be/BA_kO9yhWT4
-Thoracic Cage ( 07:09): http://youtu.be/zvZffUPlcbs
-Vertebral Column (07:10): http://youtu.be/V0694vZmWY8
-The Vertebrae (07:11): http://youtu.be/ozQmy6Sx2cA
-Appendicular Skeleton & Shoulder Girdle (07:13): http://youtu.be/6bBcpGCQRZ4

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Date Added:
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The Skeletal System : Cranial Bone pt 2 (07:06)
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In this video we continue our look at the cranial bones of the human skull.

Lesson 6 in The Skeletal System series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

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Videos in the skeletal system series:
-Introduction to the Skeletal System (07:01): http://youtu.be/DT8CNqI8x0o
-General Features of Bone (07:02): http://youtu.be/AITDZj2utok
-Types of Bone (07:03): http://youtu.be/Dnw3WflKuzg
-Bone Modeling (07:04): http://youtu.be/YjKbvlvhHmM
-Cranial Bone pt 1 (07:05): http://youtu.be/W2gAC3QAU08
-Cranial Bone pt 2 (07:06): http://youtu.be/aMJKT0cSJng
-Facial Bones pt 1 (07:07): http://youtu.be/ocUlnpPxCv8
-Facial Bones pt 2 (07:08): http://youtu.be/BA_kO9yhWT4
-Thoracic Cage ( 07:09): http://youtu.be/zvZffUPlcbs
-Vertebral Column (07:10): http://youtu.be/V0694vZmWY8
-The Vertebrae (07:11): http://youtu.be/ozQmy6Sx2cA
-Appendicular Skeleton & Shoulder Girdle (07:13): http://youtu.be/6bBcpGCQRZ4

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Date Added:
10/02/2014
The Skeletal System : Vertebral Column (07:10)
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In this video we look at basics of the vertebral column.

Lesson 10 in The Skeletal System series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

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Videos in the skeletal system series:
-Introduction to the Skeletal System (07:01): http://youtu.be/DT8CNqI8x0o
-General Features of Bone (07:02): http://youtu.be/AITDZj2utok
-Types of Bone (07:03): http://youtu.be/Dnw3WflKuzg
-Bone Modeling (07:04): http://youtu.be/YjKbvlvhHmM
-Cranial Bone pt 1 (07:05): http://youtu.be/W2gAC3QAU08
-Cranial Bone pt 2 (07:06): http://youtu.be/aMJKT0cSJng
-Facial Bones pt 1 (07:07): http://youtu.be/ocUlnpPxCv8
-Facial Bones pt 2 (07:08): http://youtu.be/BA_kO9yhWT4
-Thoracic Cage ( 07:09): http://youtu.be/zvZffUPlcbs
-Vertebral Column (07:10): http://youtu.be/V0694vZmWY8
-The Vertebrae (07:11): http://youtu.be/ozQmy6Sx2cA
-Appendicular Skeleton & Shoulder Girdle (07:13): http://youtu.be/6bBcpGCQRZ4

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Date Added:
10/02/2014
Joints and Articulations : Introduction to Joints and Articulations (08:01)
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In this video we look at the basics of joints and articulations.

Lesson 1 in our Joints and Articulations series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

If this video helps you please be sure to LST -like subscribe and tell your friends. Your support help us make more videos. For the complete series please visit http://mrfordsclass.net/

Videos in the skeletal system series:
-Introduction to Joints and Articulations (08:01): http://youtu.be/DJcMQQ-u04I
-Hyaline Cartilage (08:02): http://youtu.be/g8RW8HfUNEM
-Fibrocartilage (08:03): http://youtu.be/N6t7hqDcmlE
-Elastic Cartilage (08:04): http://youtu.be/yNOzgwx4r5w
-Joint Fundamentals (08:05): http://youtu.be/urxeIGf4Olk
-Classification Structure (08:06): http://youtu.be/9xSXGZQqpcw
-Synovial Joint Movements (08:11): http://youtu.be/-GCgaoRdeaU

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10/03/2014
The Lymphatic System : Introduction (15:01)
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Welcome to the Lymphatic System! This first video looks at the components of the lymphatic system, the functions of the lymphatic system, the composition of lymph and we define edema.

Lesson 1 in our Lymphatic System series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

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Videos in the skeletal system series:
-Introduction to the Lymphatic System (15:01): http://youtu.be/Ey9xhYGsUN4
-Lymph Movement (15:03): http://youtu.be/5kaLSMUjH1M
-Lymphatic Pathways (15:02): http://youtu.be/WNzYxHDLSMU

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Date Added:
10/04/2014
The Cardiovascular System : Layers of the Heart (14:02)
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We continue our study of the cardiovascular system by diving through the layers of the heart.

The concepts covered in this video include:
-Layers of the heart
-Fibrous Pericardium
-Serous Pericardium-Parietal Layer
-Pericardial Cavity
-Visceral Layer/Epicardium
-Myocardium
-Endocardium

Lesson 2 in our Cardiovascular System (Heart and Blood Vessels) series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

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Blood Videos
-Introduction to Blood (13:01): http://youtu.be/-Y5U49E-CM4
-Composition of Blood (13:02): http://youtu.be/YHCIMKZ0zrg
-Hematopoiesis-Making Blood (13:03): http://youtu.be/sibrcrXHJGI
-Red Blood Cells (13:04): http://youtu.be/19_6kUCVYfk

Heart and Blood Vessels Videos
-Heart Fundamentals (14:01): http://youtu.be/Y335KJ-EuDw
-Layers of the Heart (14:02): http://youtu.be/8PlwFTwJRMQ
-Chambers in the Heart (14:03): http://youtu.be/SdNQtPzUfHg
-Introduction to Blood Vessels (14:08): http://youtu.be/GVs8cd6jv94
-Types of Blood Vessels (14:09): http://youtu.be/_jkQR8v-bAg
-Movement of Blood (14:11): http://youtu.be/x9dH5TpKntk

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The Cardiovascular System : Movement of Blood (14:11)
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This videos looks at the three principles the control the functions of the cardiovascular system. We also look at blood flow, heart actions, blood volume, resistance to flow, blood viscosity and the hematocrit.

All of our videos can be found at http://www.mrfordsclass.net

The concepts covered in this video include:
-Blood flow
-Heart actions
-Blood volume
-Resistance to flow
-Blood viscosity
-Hematocrit

Lesson 11 in our Cardiovascular System (Heart and Blood Vessels) series. This is part of our Anatomy and Physiology lecture series.

If this video helps you please be sure to LST -like subscribe and tell your friends. Your support helps us make more videos. For the complete series please visit http://mrfordsclass.net/

Blood Videos
-Introduction to Blood (13:01): http://youtu.be/-Y5U49E-CM4
-Composition of Blood (13:02): http://youtu.be/YHCIMKZ0zrg
-Hematopoiesis-Making Blood (13:03): http://youtu.be/sibrcrXHJGI
-Red Blood Cells (13:04): http://youtu.be/19_6kUCVYfk

Heart and Blood Vessels Videos
-Heart Fundamentals (14:01): http://youtu.be/Y335KJ-EuDw
-Layers of the Heart (14:02): http://youtu.be/8PlwFTwJRMQ
-Chambers in the Heart (14:03): http://youtu.be/SdNQtPzUfHg
-Introduction to Blood Vessels (14:08): http://youtu.be/GVs8cd6jv94
-Types of Blood Vessels (14:09): http://youtu.be/_jkQR8v-bAg
-Movement of Blood (14:11): http://youtu.be/x9dH5TpKntk

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10/05/2014
Camelid Stomach - Anatomy & Physiology
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Camelids have a similar digestive structure to other ruminants, although camelids only have three separate stomach compartments compared to the four found in domestic species. The first element of the camelid GI tract, known as C1, can be compared to the rumen whilst the second, known as C2 can be compared to the reticulum. The final element of the tract, C3 can be compared to the abomasum. Therefore camelids do not have a structure comparable to an omasum.

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Duodenum - Anatomy & Physiology
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The duodenum is the proximal part of the small intestine and extends from the pylorus of the stomach to the jejunum. It has descending and ascending portions and both portions have digestive and absorptive functions.

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Jejunum - Anatomy & Physiology
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The jejunum continues from the duodenum and leads into the ileum. It is the longest part of the small intestine and is highly coiled. It has digestive and absorptive functions.

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Gall Bladder - Anatomy & Physiology
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The gall bladder stores bile produced in the liver. Bile is important in the digestion of lipids. The gall bladder forms as an outgrowth of the bile duct, as a secondary hollow at the posterior edge of the original hepatic rudiment. The cystic duct joins the common bile duct which enters the duodenum at the major duodenal papillae (with the pancreatic duct) on the dorsal surface of the duodenum.

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Deglutition
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Deglutition is the process of swallowing. Food is passed from the oral pharynx into the oesophageal/laryngeal pharynx whilst the epiglottis closes across the entrance of the trachea. It is an involuntary reflex preventing food from passing into the trachea and thus preventing choking and respiratory pneumonia.

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Mastication
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Mastication is the process whereby food is broken down by mechanical digestion in the oral cavity. The cheeks and tongue function to position food over the teeth, where grinding can occur. Mastication requires correct muscle movements and jaw articulation.

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Heart Structure - Anatomy & Physiology
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The heart is located in the thoracic cavity in between the lungs, 60% of it lying to the left of the median plane. The heart’s lateral projection extends from rib 3 to 6. Most of the heart’s surface is covered by the lungs and in juveniles it is bordered cranially by the thymus. Caudally the heart extends as far as the diaphragm. Variations in position and size exist among individuals depending on species, breed, age, fitness and pathology. Roughly speaking, the heart is responsible for about 0.75% of the bodyweight.

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Vascular Development - Anatomy & Physiology
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Blood vessel formation is a combination of the following three processes: Vasculogenesis: the formation of blood vessels from endothelial progenitor cells; Angiogenesis: the sprouting of new capillaries from pre-existing vessels; and Arteriogenesis: the remodelling of newly formed or pre-existing vascular channels into larger and more muscular arterioles.

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