The Elements of Anatomy and Physiology

William RUSCHENBERGER (1807 - 1895)

The Elements of Anatomy and Physiology is one in a Series of First Books of Natural History Prepared for the Use of Schools and Colleges. This succinct little textbook from 1852 presents an introduction to the workings of the human body. The information, albeit not current, is still interesting and of use as a general overview of the subject as well as interesting look into the period. Please note that some of the information may have changed considerably since this time. The author was a surgeon in the U.S. Navy and president of the Academy of Natural Sciences. - Summary by A. Gramour

Genre(s): Medical, Life Sciences

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Introduction Larry Wilson
00:05:12
Play 01 Lesson I. -General Notes on Natural History Dale Latham
00:21:02
Play 02 Lesson II. -The Nutrition of Organs MacKenzie Nikol Greenwood
00:14:48
Play 03 Lesson III. The Circulation of Blood J. M. Smallheer
00:20:38
Play 04 Lesson IV. -Respiration realisticspeakers
00:18:49
Play 05 Lesson V. -Digestion Kathleen Moore
00:20:38
Play 06 Lesson VI. -Stomach Digestion and Chymification Kathleen Moore
00:14:14
Play 07 Lesson VII. -The Nervous System Jeffery
00:14:56
Play 08 Lesson VIII. -The Senses Availle
00:17:15
Play 09 Lesson IX. -Sight Availle
00:19:39
Play 10 Lesson X. -Bones, Muscles, and Locomotion Ellen Murphy
00:30:00
Play 11 Glossary A-C Larry Wilson
00:14:32
Play 12 Glossary D-M Larry Wilson
00:16:05
Play 13 Glossary N-Z Larry Wilson
00:19:16