Book Name: A Photographic Atlas for the Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Seventh Edition
Author: Kent M. Van De Graaff, David A. Morton, John L. Crawley
Publisher: Morton Publishing Company
File size: 19 Mb
File format: PDF
A Photographic Atlas for the Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Seventh Edition Pdf Book Description:
This full-color atlas is made for the majority of students taking integrated or separate classes in human physiology and anatomy. This atlas can accompany and fortify any human body, human anatomy or joint body and physiology textbook. It’s intended to be of specific value to students in a lab situation and may either accompany a lab manual or, in some specific classes, it might function as the lab manual.
Fantastic attention has gone into the preparation of the particular photographic atlas to provide pupils with an entire set of photos for every one of the body systems. Cat, fetal pig, and rat dissection can also be included for those pupils having the chance to do similar dissections as part of the lab requirement. Additionally, photos of a sheep heart dissection are also contained.
A visual equilibrium is reached between the many levels accessible to discover the construction of their human body. Completely labeled, educational amounts are portrayed clearly and correctly. A few of the modifications with this new edition include a new art program, fresh vertebrate dissection graphics (brand new specimens were dissected to get better quality photos of their muscle and organ systems), plus a new complete page heart valve/cardiac cycle guess. 3-hole drilled.
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