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  • Vocabulary Terms 554
  • Performance Tasks 108
  • Instructional Videos 72

Test Standards

  1. (HAP.1.1 ) Anatomical Terminology
  2. (HAP.1.2 ) Locate Organs
  3. (HAP.1.3 ) Interdependence of Body Systems
  1. (HAP.2.1 ) Tissue Types
  2. (HAP.2.2 ) Organization of Cells in Tissues
  3. (HAP.2.3 ) Medications for Cancer Control
  1. (HAP.3.1 ) Function of Integumentary System
  2. (HAP.3.2 ) Skin and Homeostasis
  3. (HAP.3.3-3.4) Pathological Conditions
  1. (HAP.4.1 ) Structure and Function of Skeletal System
  2. (HAP.4.2) Appendicular or Axial
  3. (HAP.4.3 ) Joints
  4. (HAP.4.4) Growth and Development of Skeletal System
  5. (HAP.4.5 ) Skeletal System and Homeostasis
  6. (HAP.4.6-4.7) Pathological Conditions
  1. (HAP.5.1) Muscle Structure and Location
  2. (HAP.5.2 ) Skeletal Muscle Fiber
  3. (HAP.5.3 ) Contraction and Relaxation
  4. (HAP.5.4 ) Major Muscles
  5. (HAP.5.5 ) Types of Muscle Tissue
  6. (HAP.5.6 ) Physiology of Muscle Contraction
  7. (HAP.5.7-5.8) Pathological Conditions
  1. (HAP.6.1 ) Function of Nervous System
  2. (HAP.6.2 ) Neurons
  3. (HAP.6.3 ) Brain and Spinal Cord
  4. (HAP.6.4-6.5) Central and Peripheral Nervous System
  5. (HAP.6.6 ) Autonomic Nervous System
  6. (HAP.6.7 ) Senses
  7. (HAP.6.8-6.9) Pathological Conditions
  1. (HAP.7.1 ) Endocrine Glands and Hormones
  2. (HAP.7.2 ) Function of Each Endocrine Gland
  3. (HAP.7.3 ) Endocrine System and Homeostasis
  4. (HAP.7.4-7.5) Pathological Conditions
  1. (HAP.8.1 ) Structure and Function of Reproductive Systems
  2. (HAP.8.2 ) Male Reproductive Anatomy
  3. (HAP.8.3 ) Female Reproductive Anatomy
  4. (HAP.8.4 ) Hormones and Reproduction
  5. (HAP.8.5 ) Contraception
  6. (HAP.8.6 ) Growth and Development
  7. (HAP.8.7 ) Pathological Conditions
  1. (HAP.9.1 ) Components of Blood
  2. (HAP.9.2 ) Blood Groups and Types
  3. (HAP.9.3-9.4) Pathological Conditions
  1. (HAP.10.1 ) Organs of the Cardiovascular System
  2. (HAP.10.2 ) Flow of Blood
  3. (HAP.10.3 ) Blood Vessels
  4. (HAP.10.4 ) Valves
  5. (HAP.10.5 ) Stimuli on Heart Rate and Blood Pressure
  6. (HAP.10.6-10.7) Pathological Conditions
  1. (HAP.11.1 ) Leukocytes, Lymph, and Lymphatic Organs
  2. (HAP.11.2 ) Function of Lymphatic System
  3. (HAP.11.3 ) Lines of Defense
  4. (HAP.11.4 ) Immunity
  5. (HAP.11.5 ) B-Lymphocytes and T-Lymphocytes
  6. (HAP.11.6 ) Acquired and Passive Immunity
  7. (HAP.11.7 ) Pathological Conditions
  1. (HAP.12.1 ) Organs of the Respiratory System
  2. (HAP.12.2 ) Respiratory Tract
  3. (HAP.12.3-12.4) Gas Exchange
  4. (HAP.12.5 ) Pathological Conditions
  5. (HAP.12.6 ) Environmental Causes of Respiratory Distress
  1. (HAP.13.1 ) Organs of the Digestive System
  2. (HAP.13.2 ) Processing of Food
  3. (HAP.13.3 ) Digestive Accessory Organs
  4. (HAP.13.4 ) Mechanical and Chemical Digestion
  5. (HAP.13.5 ) Digestive Enzymes
  6. (HAP.13.6 ) Hormones and Hunger
  7. (HAP.13.7-13.8) Pathological Conditions
  1. (HAP.14.1 ) Structure and Function of Urinary System
  2. (HAP.14.2 ) Filtration and Reabsorption
  3. (HAP.14.3-14.4) Urine
  4. (HAP.14.5 ) Path of Urine
  5. (HAP.14.6 ) Pathological Conditions

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