All human organ systems are basically built from a huge, but limited number of cells. In this course, experienced and passionate Professor Geoffrey Meyer lines out the basic building blocks of human life.
The course covers basic cell types as well as specific tissue. It provides the basis to later understand the structures and functions of the human organ systems.
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It was very simple, the explanation is ideal for those who are starting on the subject and the images are awesome
I find Dr. Meyer's lectures to be easy to follow. This lecture is well-paced and I was able to gain a better understanding of the structure of the skin.
I really enjoy Dr. Meyer's lectures. Using the Australian bottlebrush flower to represent the hyaluronic acid and its relationship with glycosaminoglycans was incredibly helpful for me. He does a great job explaining connective tissue fibres in general. I am still struggling a bit in differentiating type I collagen fibres from type II and type III through slides.
I have been struggling to understand epithelial cells in my college anatomy class so I'm glad I found these lectures. I'm very appreciative of Dr. Meyer's explanations on the different structures, shapes, and names for epithelial cells. The quizzes during the video help me stay focused.