Encyclopedia Of The Human Body (PC, CD-ROM) Wiz Technology - 1996 USA, Canada Release
Encyclopedia Of The Human Body
|Label||Digital Systems Research|
|Category(s)||Health, Medical, Anatomy Reference|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
The complete human body, inside and out.
- Multimedia edition with color photos and full motion videos.
- Includes 50 activities/projects to enhance learning.
Everything you need to know about the parts, pieces, and whole human body.
Did you know that the human skeleton has 206 bones, and the skull has 29? Did you know your brain manages 50 million signals per second? Did you know 2 million red blood cells are destroyed and replaced every second? You will, with the Multimedia Encyclopedia of the Human Body; a comprehensive, complete guide, including the human body, skeletal structure, organs, tissue and genetics. A complete reference works that teaches and explains in detail the human body, and how it works. The information is presented in a clear, easy to read manner, loaded with color photos, animations, and full motion videos making it a must for any child's, student's or adult's CD-ROM library. The easy to use interface makes absorbing the vast amount of information fast and fun, while photos, animations, and videos keep the topics informative and interesting. The category organization, and logical links to each additional level of information, make it easy to follow and return to, over and over again. The information is so comprehensive, the Encyclopedia is used in many schools worldwide.
The Encyclopedia of the Human Body covers the following topics in great detail: Humans, Organs, Cells and Tissues, Reproduction and Genes.
- Head: Brain, hair, eyes, nose, skin, teeth, ears.
- Chest: Abdomen, liver, stomach, pancreas, intestines.
- Humans and their environment: Food, protein, fiber, fats, carbs, vitamins, minerals.
- Humans and other animals: Primates, Mammals, Vertebrates, Invertebrates, plants, animals.
- Cause of diseases.
- Differences: Male and female.
- Skeleton and support: Guided tour, composition of bones, joints and muscles.
- Digestion: Stomach, large intestine, small intestine, mouth.
- Excretory system.
- Nervous system: Brain, spinal cord, nervous tissues, senses, reactions/reflexes.
- Blood and circulator system: Blood, circulation, composition, the heart.
- Respiration: How we breathe, nose, wind pipe, lungs.
- Endocrine system: Thyroid, pituitary, pancreas, adrenal, ovaries, testes.
Cells and tissues.
- Cells: Make-up, cell structure, chromosomes and DNA, cell metabolism, cell division and growth.
- Tissues: Epithelial tissue, nose, salivary glands, skin, heart, stomach.
- Connective tissue: bone, areolar, fibrous, cartilage.
- Nervous tissue.
- Muscle tissue: Involuntary and voluntary muscles, cardiac muscles.
Reproduction and genes.
- Sex organs: Conception to birth, genetics, contraception.
The Encyclopedia of the Human Body is an essential addition to your CD library, that is packed with so much information, it will keep you fascinated for hours, and keep you coming back for years to come. Fun and informative for young and old alike.
PC Windows 3.1
|Req. Hard Drive||2MB Free|
PC Windows 95
|Req. Hard Drive||2MB Free|