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1.0.06 Release Notes (November 18, 2013)

Physiology Animations for PC/Mac

Version Number: 1.0.06

Release Date: November 18, 2013


This document explains the content in the Physiology Animations app released Fall 2013.


Here are the content, and views in the latest release of Physiology Animations for PC/Mac.

- 67 animations


System Requirements


• Windows 7/8/10
• Dedicated video card with 64+ MB on-board RAM
• 2 GB RAM
• 2 GHz Pentium 4 processor or better
• 1024 x 768 screen resolution, or better


• OS X 10.9/10.10/10.11
• Dedicated video card with 64+ MB on-board RAM
• 2 GB RAM
• Intel processor
• 1024 x 768 screen resolution or better


Physiology Animations included in this release



Bones and Skeletal Muscles:
Paired muscle actions

Joint: Ball and socket

Joint: Condyloid

Joint: Gliding

Joint: Hinge

Joint: Pivot

Joint: Saddle

Joint: Sutures

Involuntary reflexes

Skeletal muscle contractions

Sound production


Cells and Tissues:

Types of cells

Soft tissue repair

Red blood cells

Bone Repair

Red blood cells





Red blood cell production

Cell transport

Female sex cells

Male sex cells

From zygote to fetus

Flat bone formation

Function of plasma

Heart tissue

Long bone formation

Smooth muscle tissue


Respiration and Circulation

Heart function


External Respiration

Dalton's law

Nasal cavity mucus

Respiratory structures

Breathing rate


Heart tissue

Heart valves

Heart conduction

Blood pressure

Measuring blood pressure

Cardiac output


Nutrition and Elimination

Chewing and swallowing

Elimination of water and waste

Function of the epiglottis

Nutrient absorption

Alimentary canal

Urine creation I

Urine creation II

Voluntary & involuntary messaging

Endocrine system hormones


System Overviews

Function of the skin

Muscle tissue types

Urinary system functions

Function of the skeleton

Nervous system functions

Digestive system functions

Respiratory system functions

Circulatory system functions

Lymphatic system functions

Endocrine glands and hormones

The reproductive process




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