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Physiology: With Studentconsult Access

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By: MN Levy
Publisher: Mosby
Physiology: With Studentconsult Access
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  • Physiology: With Studentconsult Access ISBN: 9780323033909 Edition: 5 Hardback Dec 2004 Out of Print #158829
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Emphasizing fundamental mechanisms and concepts, this textbook offers information on human physiology. It uses an organ system-based approach to describe the mechanisms that control and regulate bodily function. It features an emphasis on molecular biology and genetic diseases.

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Textbook Out of Print
By: MN Levy
Publisher: Mosby
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