Product detailsAuthor : David A. Morton
Category : Human anatomy
Published : 2016
ISBN : 1617312770
Type : PDF & EPUB
Page : 224
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Reviews book: Multiple images of the muscle, skeletal and organ systems allow you to get a complete picture of the layers of human anatomy. This is the closest you can come to a dissected cadaver without actually conducting the dissection yurself. Microanatomy is presented to give you a guide for your microscope work in the lab. You may also revisit microscope images outside of the laboratory. Completely labeled, informative figures are depicted clearly and accurately.
Reviews book: A Photographic Atlas for the Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory, 9e is designed as a visual reference to accompany any human anatomy or integrated human anatomy and physiology course. The Atlas can be used to guide students through their microscope work during their vertebrate dissections, and as a reference while they study anatomical models in the laboratory. The Atlas is the perfect complement to any laboratory manual and can provide additional references for use in lab or as study tool outside of the laboratory.
Reviews book: This brief version of Exploring Anatomy and Physiology in the Laboratory, 3e, is intended for one-semester anatomy and physiology courses geared toward allied health students. Exploring Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory: Core Concepts, by Erin C. Amerman is a comprehensive, beautifully illustrated, and affordably priced lab manual that features an innovative, interactive approach to engage your students and help ensure a deeper understanding of A&P.
Reviews book: Exploring Biology in the Laboratory: Core Concepts is a comprehensive manual appropriate for introductory biology lab courses. This edition is designed for courses populated by nonmajors or for majors courses where abbreviated coverage is desired. Based on the two-semester version of Exploring Biology in the Laboratory, 3e, this Core Concepts edition features a streamlined set of clearly written activities with abbreviated coverage of the biodiversity of life. These exercises emphasize the unity of all living things and the evolutionary forces that have resulted in, and continue to act on, the diversity that we see around us today.
Reviews book: This full-colour atlas is designed for all students taking either separate or integrated courses in physiology and/or anatomy. The atlas can accompany or augment any human anatomy, human physiology or combined textbook, and should be of particular use in a laboratory situation, where it can stand alone as a laboratory manual.
Reviews book: Discovering Anatomy: A Guided Examination of the Cadaver is designed for anatomy courses that are fortunate enough to have cadavers available; however, it may also be used in courses that utilize other means, such as models, to achieve an understanding of anatomical structures. The majority of this workbook is composed of full-page color photographs of carefully dissected cadavers, black-and-white line art to color and label, and other activities to guide students through the structures and layers of the human body.