Anatomy and Physiology: Understanding the Human Body

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 474 pages
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In this colorful, accessible text for undergraduates, Clark (Cumberland County College) combines enough detail to satisfy well-prepared students with a conversational writing style and reader-friendly presentation to keep less-prepared students motivated. Organized into seven sections, the text begins with an explanation of basic chemistry and the
 

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This is one of the best book i read thank Prof Robert clark sir i am not yet complete it has to start Anatomy and Physiology before that i was really Happy with your Preface and How to study the books and how to wrote the exams.
thank you very much such a great book thank you sir.

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Really nice to read...keeps you engaged with real life examples 4 stars!!

Contents

Foundations for Success
2
Developing a Common Chemical
10
CHAPTERS Understanding Your Cells
30
I Prefer
48
Construction Materials
57
Viewing the Body
74
Your Living Bones
88
The Ankle Bones Connected
103
SlowActing Regulation of Your
228
r Body
253
Your Reproductive
267
Your
288
Your
319
Your Blood 331
331
Why Study the Gastrointestinal and Urinary Systems
341
Your Gastrointestinal
342

Electrical
126
Your Contracting
138
The Gross
155
IIIRegulating Your
171
Interconnections Between
178
FastActing Regulation
185
How Laxatives Work
366
Your Urinary System
371
Your
390
Your
402
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