Human Anatomy Laboratory Manual with Cat Dissections

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Benjamin Cummings, Nov 1, 2000 - Science - 554 pages
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textformat=02> With 29 exercises covering all body systems, a clear, engaging writing style, and full-color illustrations, this thoroughly updated edition offers readers everything needed for a successful lab experience. For college instructors and students. .

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Contents

Organ Systems Overview 9 THE BODY
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Examining the Oral Cavity 11 Activity 2 Examining Connective Tissue
42
Examining the Ventral Body the Microscope
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For Elaine N. Marieb, forging a relationship between her students and the anatomy and physiology concepts that will form the basis of their careers has always been a priority. Having gone back to school to get her R.N. degree and an M.S. in gerontological nursing when she was already a college teacher, she is uniquely able to understand the needs of both instructors and students. Elaine is Professor Emeritus of biology at Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, Massachusetts, where she taught anatomy and physiology for 25 years. She has also relocated to Naples, Florida, where she is now Visiting Professor at Edison Community College in nearby Fort Myers, Florida. She keeps in touch with many of her former students, whose experiences in allied health careers provide insights into the changing needs of A&P students.


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