From: constant. at cmu.unige.ch (Angelos Constantinou)
Subject: Re: [DI] Wanted: Physiology software for teaching
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References: <1995Jul31.062950.1432 at comp.bioz.unibas.ch>
Date: Wed, 2 Aug 1995 12:21:36 GMT
In article <1995Jul31.062950.1432 at comp.bioz.unibas.ch>, "Edgardo A.
Martorell" emartore at students.wisc.edu wrote:
> **Attention: This is my second posted article regarding this topic.
> Thank you to everyone who replied with information to my first posting.
>> I am a student working for Dr. Barry Bavister, professor of physiology
> at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Bavister is looking for a
> animated physiology software or CDROM that can be used as a
> supplementary addition in teaching an intermediate college level
> physiology course.
>> We are thinking of programs illustrating animations of:
>> 1. Nerve impulse conduction, flow of ions through membrane
> (resting and action potential), synapes, etc.
> 2. Feedback control loops
> 3. Muscle contraction
> 4. homeostasis
> 5. endocrinology
> 6. blood glucose regulation
> 7. Cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary system, etc.
>> Please, let me know about info regarding any biology/physiology
> programs available commercially or currently being used in other
> educational institutions.
>> Thank you for your attention
>> Edgar A. Martorell
>emartore at students.wisc.edu>>Recently (24 Jul 1995), I saw a FAQ from Eli Meir in the bionet.software
news group which described software for biology teaching. Nine software
were listed in the physiology and neurobiology section. That could be a
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