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Human Biology: Concepts and Current Issues#

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By: Michael D Johnson
588 pages, Illus
Human Biology: Concepts and Current Issues#
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  • Human Biology: Concepts and Current Issues# ISBN: 9780805350715 Paperback Jan 2001 Out of Print #125439
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Taking advantage of nonscience students' natural curiosity about how the human body works, Human Biology: Concepts and Current Issues sparks readers' interest in science and encourages active learning. With a focus on body systems, the text seeks to make students better consumers of health and science information. The inspired narrative tells a story instead of listing facts. A magazine-style presentation sets off key ideas so students can remember them.

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Textbook Out of Print
By: Michael D Johnson
588 pages, Illus
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