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The A&P Professor Podcast
TAPP Radio

Content updates and teaching advice for teachers of human anatomy & physiology (A&P) from professor, author, and mentor Kevin Patton. 

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Jan 24, 2019

Host Kevin Patton previews the content of the upcoming full episode, which focuses on the big year (the first year) of The A&P Professor podcast (TAPP Radio).

one year

There's more... some word dissections and recommendations from The A&P Professor Book Club.


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.5 minute

Expect these topics in the full Episode 36:

  • Feedback/questions from listener Adam Rich
  • Have we discovered a new type of blood vessel?
  • Looking back at the "big ideas" of the first year of this podcast


Word Dissections

7.5 minutes

  • Podcast
    • Netcast
    • Audible revolution: Online radio is booming thanks to iPods, cheap audio software and weblogs, reports Ben Hammersley (first proposed use of "podcast")
  • In fimo
    • In vitro
    • In vivo
    • Feces
    • Studies can be in vitro, in vivo and now ‘in fimo’ — in poop (brief description in Science News)
    • “In Fimo”: A Term Proposed for Excrement Examined Experimentally (article in Gastroenterology journal proposing new term)
      • My favorite quote from the paper: "...we use the following term for the active enzymes extracted from an in fimo sample: poopernatant."


Book Club

5.5 minutes


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