Introduction to the Human Body (Eighth Edition)

TORTORA Gerard & DERRICKSON Bryan [Other titles by this author]

ISBN: 9780470230169

John Wiley & Sons 2009 8th Edition

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Introduction to the Human Body offers a balanced introduction to the study of anatomy and physiology. It successfully blends stunning art and clearly written text to illuminate the complexities of the human body and to provide you with a basic understanding of structure and function. Features: >A clear focus on homeostasis as the underlying principle for understanding from & function >A concise writing style that emphasises core content over extraneous detail >An outstanding illustration program of the finest quality line art & photographs >A focus on the relevancy of the basic content to everyday life >A complete pedagogical framework surrounding the narrative & illustrations >A support package that helps teachers teach & students learn >A Student Companion CD-ROM specifically developed to go with this text attached to the inside front cover of the text >A newly designed Web site Contents: >Organisation of the Human Body >Introductory Chemistry >Cells >Tissues >The Integumentary System >The Skeletal System >Joints >The Muscular System >Nervous Tissue >Central & Somatic Nervous Systems >Autonomic Nervous System >Sensations >The Endocrine System >The Cardiovascular System: Blood >The Cardiovascular System: Heart >The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels & Circulation >The Lymphatic & Immune System >The Respiratory System >The Digestive System >Nutrition & Metabolism >The Urinary System >Fluid, Electrolyte, & Acid-Base Balance >The Reproductive Systems >Development & Inheritance >Answers to Self-Quizzes >Glossary >Credits >Index


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Anatomy/Physiology      Western medicine     

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