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Texts, Atlases, and Learning Aides

Recommended Textbooks and Atlas

We ask that you purchase copies of the following textbook and atlas, which will be referenced in the lecture handouts and the laboratory exercises. These are available for purchase at the Student Book Store on The Corner (1515 University Avenue).

Basic Histology,11th Edition
by Luiz Carlos Junqueira and Jose Carneiro .

Wheater’s Functional Histology.
A Text and Colour Atlas, 5th Edition by
Young, Lowe, Stevens, Heath,
Churchill Livingston, 2006
Text comes with a CD-ROM.

Physiology, 5th Edition
by Robert M. Berne and Matthew N. Levy,
Mosby Inc., 2003.

The physiology textbook to the left is the required textbook for Physiology/CTS in the spring and will be needed in the fall for your study of membrane physiology and muscle physiology during the CTS/Physiology course.

Laboratory Manual

We provide you with a copy of the laboratory manual for CTS. This collection of laboratory exercises relies on the use of an excellent collection of microscope slides, which we will provide to you in two boxes. The CTS web site is another resource that can be used during lab or outside of lab to assist you in understanding the laboratory exercises. The teaching laboratories are provided with all the necessary equipment (student microscopes and video microscopes connected to computers). The lab manual references individual microscope slides. Additional information about your microscopes and the teaching laboratories is found under the Web page entitled: "Laboratory Exercises."

Additional Self Study Materials

Library Reserve Books: Note that we do not ask you to purchase a cell biology textbook even though cell biology is an important component of our course. Several textbooks on cell biology (shown below) are on reserve in the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library for your use.

Lodish, 5th Ed.

Alberts et al., 4th Ed.

Fuller and Shields.

Pollard & Earnshaw, 1st Ed.

Color Textbook of Histology, 2nd Edition
by Leslie P. Gartner and James L. Hiatt, W.B. Saunders Company, 2001.