Dr. Hafer’s College Lectures

Dr. Hafer’s Anatomy and Physiology II Lectures


  • Lecture 1–Introduction
  • Lecture 2–Evolve/Attack
  • Lecture 3–Symptoms and Damage
  • Lecture 4–How is it spread?
  • Lecture 5–Super spreading events
  • Lecture 6–How to keep it from spreading
  • Lecture 7–Epidemiological concepts
  • Lecture 8–Time, Science, and vaccines

Digestive System

  • Lecture 1–Introduction
  • Lecture 2–Histology of the Gastrointestinal Tract’s Tube
  • Lecture 3–Mouth
  • Lecture 4–Problems-Mouth
  • Lecture 5–Pharynx, esophagus, swallowing
  • Lecture 6–Stomach
  • Lecture 7–Problems-Stomach
  • Lecture 8–Liver
  • Lecture 9–Pancreas
  • Lecture 10–Pancreatitis
  • Lecture 11–Small intestind
  • Lecture 12–Large intestine
  • Lecture 13–Movement of material, rectum, anus
  • Lecture 14–Problems-GI tract

Respiratory System

  • Lecture 1–Introduction
  • Lecture 2–Mouth, pharynx, larynx, trachea
  • Lecture 3–Layout-bronchial tree
  • Lecture 4–Alveoli
  • Lecture 5–Problems-Nasal, larynx, trachea
  • Lecture 6–Upper and lower respiratory tract definitions; and nasal passage
  • Lecture 7–Portions of the pharynx
  • Lecture 8–Pharyngotympanic tubes
  • Lecture 9–Larynx
  • Lecture 10–Trachea and primary bronchi
  • Lecture 11–Lungs
  • Lecture 12–Means of examining lungs (while alive)
  • Lecture 13–Bronchi and bronchioles
  • Lecture 14–Alveolar ducts and alveoli
  • Lecture 15–Respiratory defense
  • Lecture 16–Overload of respiratory defense

cardiovascular system

  • Lecture 1–Introduction, and what blood does
  • Lecture 2–Blood composition
  • Lecture 3–Plasma
  • Lecture 4–Blood cells
  • Lecture 5–Heart-Introduction
  • Lecture 6–Generation of heart beat
  • Lecture 7–Heart sounds (lub-dub)
  • Lecture 8–Blood Flow through the heart
  • Lecture 9–Introduction to blood circulation
  • Lecture 10–Arteries-pulmonary, and aortic arch
  • Lecture 11–Arteries-descending aorta
  • Lecture 12–Veins

special senses

  • Lecture 1–Eye-outer structure
  • Lecture 2–Eye-vascular tunic
  • Lecture 3–Eye-segments and chambers
  • Lecture 4–Eye-sensory tunic (retina)
  • Lecture 5–Eye-lens
  • Lecture 6–Ear-Introduction and outer ear
  • Lecture 7–Ear-Middle ear
  • Lecture 8–Ear-Introduction to inner ear
  • Lecture 9–Ear-utricle and saccule
  • Lecture 10–Ear-semicircular canals STRUCTURE
  • Lecture 11–Ear-semicircular canals HOW THEY WORK
  • Lecture 12–Ear-hearing, cochlea
  • Lecture 13–Ear-hearing, Organ of Corti
  • Lecture 14–Taste-taste anatomy
  • Lecture 15–Taste-types of taste
  • Lecture 16–Smell

urinary system

  • Lecture 1–Introduction to urinary system
  • Lecture 2–Kidney macrostructure, Part 1
  • Lecture 3–Kidney macrostructure, Part 2
  • Lecture 4–Nephrons, Part 1-filtration
  • Lecture 5–Nephrons, Part 2-reabsorption–NEEDS ADDENDUM
  • Lecture 6–Nephrons, Part 2-reabsorption–ADDENDUM
  • Lecture 7–Kidney threshold level and other problems

Reproductive Systems

  • Lecture 1–Introduction and vocabulary
  • Lecture 2–Male reproductive system
  • Lecture 3–Female reproductive system
  • Lecture 4–Menstrual cycle

endocrine system

  • Lecture 1–Introduction
  • Lecture 2–Types of hormones
  • Lecture 3–Regulation of hormone secretion
  • Lecture 4–Mechanisms of hormone action, AND One-Messenger Model
  • Lecture 5–Two-Messenger model
  • Lecture 6–Pituitary hormones
  • Lecture 7–Thyroid and parathyroid hormones
  • Lecture 8–Adrenal glands
  • Lecture 9–Pancreatic hormones
  • Lecture 10–Gonadal Hormones
  • Lecture 11–Thymus, Pineal, Stomach, Small Intestine hormones