I teach A&P for bio non majors. I have a special needs student whose accommodation requires a word bank for any anatomy identification questions I have on the exam. I would like to present the student with a 'master wordbank' (presumably hundreds of words in length) that would act as a word bank for all the exams in the course. I'm surprised to be unable to find much of anything online. Has anyone seen something like this?
So I found a good list. Behold: wikipedia:
You may want to look at some biological terminologies or ontologies. These can be browsed online using portals like the OLS or Bioportal. You can restrict your search to particular domains or sources, such as the FMA for adult human anatomy and Uberon for general metazoan and comparative anatomy. This may be overkill for your purposes, as these ontologies are intended for computational applications rather than as an educational reference source. For example, terms are linked to other terms via different relationship types. However, this extra information may turn out to be useful, and the developers of these ontologies may be interested in helping with educational use cases (I am the developer of Uberon and this is something I am interested in).
If you wanted to extract a table of terms from one of these, perhaps restricted to a domain (e.g. human muscles) then this may be possible with a bit of work with some of the online interfaces, or it's something that could be done by someone with programmatic skills. Someone on bioinformatics.stackechange.com could help with that task. Many of these are available via open and unrestrictive licenses so there should be no legal issue here.