Histology and cell biology
Part of Mosby's Rapid Review series, Rapid Review Histology and Cell Biology provides essential, need-to-know material for both course study and USMLE preparation. Every book in the Rapid Review series presents information in an easy-to-read outline format that combines concise content with explanatory illustrations and Board-style questions. Clinical information is integrated throughout whenever possible, and a CD-ROM with 500 questions, answers, and rationales is included with each book. Two Board-style exams with questions and rationales are included in the book. A CD-ROM with 500 questions, answers, and rationales for all possible answers. The CD also contains a quizzing function that allows students to see their scores at the end of the tests. Engaging, two-color design. High yield information is printed as a sidebar in the margins and contains must-know concepts - including a brief description, clinical concepts, and mnemonics. Clinical information is integrated throughout whenever possible.
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Nucleus and Cell Division
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