Seeley's Principles of Anatomy & Physiology
This new textbook will compete in both the "slim" segment and the full two-semester market. It will be a briefer, less-expensive alternative for instructors who have always liked Seeley et al's "Anatomy and Physiology," but struggled with the depth of the textbook, covering all of the necessary basics of anatomy and physiology.
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