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By: Connie Allen and Valerie Harper
The discussion sections of the text do an excellent job of deleting extraneous terms and information. It is well written and concise...and accomplishes its goal to present essential information. It is fun to read. It is written on a level that I think most college students can easily comprehend. - Amy G. Ouchley, University of Louisiana, Monroe
Preface.Exercise 1 - Anatomical Language.Exercise 2 - Organ Systems and Body Cavities.Exercise 3 - Compound Light Microscope.Exercise 4 - Cell Structure and Cell Cycle.Exercise 5 - Transport Across Cell Membranes.Exercise 6 - Tissues.Exercise 7 - Integumentary System.Exercise 8 - Bone Structure.Exercise 9 - Axial Skeleton.Exercise 10 - Appendicular Skeleton.Exercise 11 - Joints and Synovial Joint Movements.Exercise 12 - Contraction of Skeletal Muscle.Exercise 13 - Skeletal Muscles and Their Actions.Exercise 14 - Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves.Exercise 15 - Somatic Reflexes.Exercise 16 - Brain and Cranial Nerves.Exercise 17 - Special Senses: The Eye.Exercise 18 - Special Senses: The Ear.Exercise 19 - Endocrine System.Exercise 20 - The Blood.Exercise 21 - Structure of the Heart.Exercise 22 - Heart Sounds, Pulse Rate, and Blood Pressure.Exercise 23 - Blood Vessel Structure and Identification.Exercise 24 - Structure of the Respiratory System.Exercise 25 - Pulmonary Ventilation.Exercise 26 - Structure of the Digestive System.Exercise 27 - Mechanical and Chemical Digestion.Exercise 28 - Structure of the Urinary System and Urinalysis.Exercise 29 - Male and Female Reproductive Systems.Answer Key to Activities.Index.
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