Dr. Ted Wilson's Homepage

That was me at an altitude of 12,000 feet when I took students to study high altitude physiology in the Himalayan Mountains of India in 2006.

We reached16,000 feet, how about that for hypoxia!  This is the data Link for Physiological Adaptation to High Altitude (Bio/OCED 427) May 7 to June 1, 2006.

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Cell Biology (Bio 308) Fall 2014

Syllabus for Fall 2014 Sept29

Cell Biology Grades by ID: Updated Oct 13, 2014

Cell Biology Term Paper Description

Cell Biology Term Paper Sample

Cell Biology Term  Paper Titles for 2014

Cell Biology Lecture Notes Unit#3: Oct 8/Oct13    Oct 15 and 17             

Tips For: Finding Peer-Reviewed Papers  

Tips For: Creating your Title and Paper Summaries (examples)  

Practice Test#1    I prefer not to post a "key" but prefer that you commit to looking it up in notes/book. You can always email or stop by my office to confirm an answer.  Remember that a practice test is not a "study guide", it is just something to help you understand what the test format will look like.

Anatomy and Physiology (Bio 211) Fall 2014

Syllabus for Fall 2014 updates Sept 25

Grades by ID:  Updated October 15 

Supplemental Instruction:

Monday 6-7:30 in PA 329 OR Tuesday 7-8:30 in PA 329 (choose one) AND Thursday 5:30-7 in PA 133 OR Thursday 7-8:30 in PA 133 (choose one)

Tutoring Schedule Information: http://www.winona.edu/tutoring/findatutor.asp

Anatomy and Physiology 211 Practice Final Exam

Anatomy and Physiology 211 Practice Final Exam KEY

Notes for Unit #2Sept 24    Sept 26     Sept 29     Oct 1   Oct 3

Oct8    Oct 10/13     Oct 15    Oct 17/Oct20    No Lecture Wed Oct 22/Labs meet nomally         

Muscle Assignment 20 pts: Due Wed Oct 22 in front of 232 Pasteur Hall

Writing Assignment for AP211

Anatomy and Physiology (Bio 211) Library Resource Instruction Sessions:  Reserve a spot and attend one of these sessions and keep your colored attendance slip.  Library staff will show you how to find scientific journal articles and other materials at the library or through their online and interlibrary loan systems .   Sign-up sheets located on glass wall inside and to right of the library front entry near big orange spindle-thing.               4 sessions Thursday, October 2, 2014 at 4:30, 5:00, 7:30 or 8:00 p.m.    4 sessions Friday, October 3, 2014 at 9:00, 9:30 2:30 or 3:00 p.m.                      2 sessions Monday, October 6, 2014 at 8:30 or 9:00 a.m.   Don't Forget to Save the Attendance Coupons.

For Lab Stuff: Dr Wilson's Tissue ID Helper

Practice Quiz#1  Quiz #1key: Remember quiz will reflect contents of notes and the practice quiz is to look at test format only, it should not be used as a study "guide"

State of MN Cadaver Rules and Required Cadaver Lab Form

WSU Lab Use agreement

Required AP Voucher form that you need to get at WSU Bookstore

Lab for Week of Oct 13: Skeletal Muscle Anatomy

Lab for Week of Oct 20: Muscle Histology and Models

Anatomy and Physiology (Bio 212) Spring 2014

AP 212 Syllabus April 16, 2014

AP212  Final Grades by ID May7

Its been a great semester and thanks for working so hard in my class!

Have a great summer.......Dr Wilson 

How to find your ID number:              
If your warrior ID is 01010129              
Take your Warrior ID and remove the last number("9") 101012        
Divide above number by 5     20202.4        
Add +4 to above number     20206.4        
 Divide/4         5051.6. this would be your new AP211 ID number

Cell Biology (Bio 308) Fall 2014

Syllabus for Fall 2014 Aug 18

Cell Biology Grades by ID: Final Grades Dec 13 for Cell Bio 2013

Term Paper Final Drafts and Final Exams can be picked up at my office this week or in January
Lectures for week #1:

Cardiac Pathophysiology: Bio 427

Fall 2009 Syllabus


Signal Transduction: Bio 427

Fall 2007 Syllabus

WSU Biology students Sarah Landin and Dan Wilson created this wonderful way to relax, try it before your next exam: Relaxation Breathing Exercise

Look at my CV to see what my publications and student research outcomes

What are plant phenolics and why are they important for health?

Summary Pictures of our trip to 16,000 feet in Sikkim, India

Ted's Everest Pictures

Ted's Annapurna Mountain Pictures

Ted's Summer 2002 Trip in Mongolia


Contact: Ted Wilson, PhD

Department of Biology

232 Pasteur Hall

Winona State University

Phone: 507-457-2485 

Email: twilson@winona.edu