This lab manual is designed for the second semester of a two-semester Anatomy and Physiology sequence, and like its counterpart in the Anatomy and Physiology I Lab Manual, it is specifically tailored for students planning to enter health-related or athletically-related professions. Topics include: the nervous system, reflexes, the cardiovascular system, muscle physiology, general and special senses, the respiratory system, sexually transmitted infections and basic genetics. Numerous full color photos through-out the manual assist students in identification of laboratory specimens and completion of various laboratory exercises. A unique aspect to this Anatomy and Physiology lab manual is the integration of ?Clinical Applications? in each chapter, which apply content under study to ?real-life? situations. Clinical application topics include pathophysiology, as well as other, non-pathology related topics which still have clinical significance. These sections often provide the answers to the ?So What?, Who Cares?, or Why is this important? questions students often ask when learning the concepts and details of anatomy. Additionally, a number of personal stories are included in the clinical applications or the introductory sections of various chapters. All of these personal stories are true; most were written by the individual who expererienced the events described, and they generally put a more personal ?spin? on the disorders described. Each chapter has clearly written lab activities, including step by step instructions, diagrams and photos, and background content needed to allow students to fully understand the concepts explored in lab. Activities encourage hands-on exploration and active learning. Each chapter includes integrated tear out pre-lab activities to prepare students for lab as well as review pages to be completed following the lab. Many of these assignments require application of content to various clinical situations and are designed to stimulate critical thinking skills and creative problem solving. The design of this lab manual incorporates the authors? beliefs that the use of many senses when learning (hearing, seeing, touching, etc.) engages more areas of the brain, increasing brain activity and enhancing learning. Thus, all lab activities involve using a variety of senses to enhance learning for all types of learners. 442 pages.