Welcome to A/P Lab - A Website for Human Anatomy and Physiology
This site was developed to enable students enrolled in Human Anatomy & Physiology I & II (Biology 312/313) here at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse to study laboratory materials for practical exams. Although created specifically to assist our students, we feel that A/P Lab can provide a useful resource for anyone enrolled in a college or secondary school course in Human Anatomy & Physiology. It can also provide a "virtual laboratory" experience for those who do not have access to these materials. In keeping with these goals, users should understand that the site may change from time to time as we seek to upgrade and improve its facilities in the hope that it will continue to promote an appreciation for the human body.
Finally, although we encourage all non-profit uses of these copyrighted materials, please ask before using any of the images since we are interested in how they are being used and by whom. Use of these images in any distributed instructional material must include some reference to their origin. You may not use these images in a distributed or copyrighted publication without written permission.
A/P Test: A Self-Testing Tool for Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab
This resource was developed to help students study materials for laboratory practical exams. Each section contains a series of images with questions of the type typically found on these exams. The answers to each of the questions can be found by scrolling down the page. To enter the A/P Test site, click on the blue button marked "A/P Test Home". For detailed information about the subject matter contained on any page, return to the A/P Lab website
Hints for Printing
We have noted that if default print setting for the left and right margins of 0.5" are used, this can result in some clipping of the image annotations. To print the contents of entire page (i.e. the image, annotations and accompanying text), go to File, click on Page Setup and set the Left and Right Margins (inches) to zero. Alternatively, you can print the contents of an entire page using Landscape orientation.
We wish acknowledge the generous assistance of the University of Wisconsin System and UW-La Crosse for financial support in the form of various grants that have enabled us to develop this Human Anatomy & Physiology website and its self-testing counterpart
(A/P Test). We also thank the many students in Bio 312/313 who have taken the time and trouble to point out errors and provide useful suggestions for improvement. We welcome such feedback and encourage comments from all of our users.