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Lab Manuals and Activities for Human Anatomy Atlas

Developed with the help of educators all over the world, these lab activities will empower your students to explore and understand human anatomy—in dazzling, interactive 3D. The activities contained in this library require Human Anatomy Atlas, our best-selling anatomy reference app. 

  • The Appendicular Skeleton: Developed by Stephanie Wallace, Instructor of Biology, Texas Christian University
  • The Axial Skeleton: Developed by Stephanie Wallace, Instructor of Biology, Texas Christian University 
  • Special Senses: Vision: Developed by Cynthia Harley, Assistant Professor of Biology, Metropolitan State University
  • Special Senses: The Ear: Developed by Cynthia Harley, Assistant Professor of Biology, Metropolitan State University
  • Special Senses: Smell and Taste: Developed by Cynthia Harley, Assistant Professor of Biology, Metropolitan State University
  • Digestive System: Developed by Blythe Nilson, Associate Professor of Biology, University of British Columbia
  • Respiratory System: Developed by Andrew Criss, Doctoral Lecturer, York College
  • The Human Heart: Developed by Molli Crenshaw, Instructor of Biology, Texas Christian University
  • Muscles of the Head and Neck: Developed by Stephanie Wallace, Instructor of Biology, Texas Christian University
  • Muscles of the Shoulder and Arm: Developed by Stephanie Wallace, Instructor of Biology, Texas Christian University
  • Muscles of the Abdomen and Thorax: Developed by Stephanie Wallace, Instructor of Biology, Texas Christian University
  • Cranial Nerves: Developed by Molli Crenshaw, Instructor of Biology, Texas Christian University
  • Reproductive System: Developed by Blythe Nilson, Associate Professor of Biology, University of British Columbia
  • Urinary System: Developed by Blythe Nilson, Associate Professor of Biology, University of British Columbia