Human physiology: an integrated approach
The new edition of Award-winning author and educator Dee Silverthorn'sHuman Physiology: An Integrated Approach builds upon the book's thorough coverage of integrative and molecular physiology topics to give you a solid foundation of understanding for your education, career, or general knowledge. Every piece of art has been revised so that figures and diagrams are clearer, making it easier to understand complex physiological systems. A comprehensive, integrated approach including basic cell processes, homeostasis & control, integration of function, and metabolism, growth, & aging. For college instructors, students, people in the nursing/allied health field, or anyone interested in human anatomy.
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Introduction to Physiology
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