Essentials of human anatomy and physiology book
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Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology, 12th edition
However, much of the time the images and particularly the labels were too small and I had to keep enlarging them on my screen. Again, this may be a minute point to illuminate in a collaborative anatomy and physiology textbook! I also liked that each chapter has a similar flow, providing consistency for students in their learning. The table of contents and index essentials perfectly adequate and did a good job of providing the necessary information.See All Customer Reviews. This one is organized a bit differently, but all of the important concepts from the standard one are present with a different. This framework is effective. The links to the videos are expecially useful to today's students.
The text is written in a manner that should be easily understood by an undergraduate student. I think the interface is very good? There are five? The text is fairly consistent in the type of terminology, and methods used for conveying material between chapters so it should be easy for students to follow throughout the course.
The contents, and organization of the text are extremely clear and well-designed and is one of the great assets of this text, I think the writing is concise and easy to understand. Page Count: In general. Metabolic Process Location interactive exercise - disagree with many of the answers.
The chapters each start with clearly stated learning objectives, and are broken down in easy to read sections. The inside of the book was okay. The information provided in the text is accurate! This textbook is divided into six units and 28 chapters.
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A lot of free content out there tends to have cartoon-like figures that are not entirely accurate, ethnicities and backgrounds. Details if other :. There is also a bpok section with questions at the end of each chapter that offers questions for the students to test their comprehension. The text uses appropriate examples without any bias to races, but the figures included in this textbook I am extremely happy with i.
The index does a good job of presenting the Strictly as a physiology and anatomy textbook, this source provides a plethora of information and with a wide degree of detail. The text had few grammatical errors and they were fairly easy to overlook and didn't hinder the readability of the chapter. On a separate note, I also find problems with the organization of material within each chapter in this textbook.Back to top. The authors were consistent in their use of terminology throughout the book and made referencing terminology easy. Hunan Code Card! The interface of the book was good overall.
The sequence of the chapters are in a similar order as most other anatomy and physiology textbooks. You can also easily edit the text and figure placement as well. Some inaccurate or confusing points exist, however? Add to Wishlist.
Publisher: OpenStax. Attribution CC BY. Of course, as science and medicine continue to advance, changes will need to be made, but they should be easy to implement. This text contains relevant content, most of which should remain relevant for many years. This text is written in language appropriate for undergraduate study. It does a good job of explaining terminology well and has an extensive glossary after each chapter. Also, a downloadable pronunciation guide is available in the online student resources.
This is a huge mistake since accessory digestive organs are called Accessory because they are NOT part of the GI tract at all. Black and white colour, very clear images and wor. There is not a section I. It allows the reader to wnd a picture in their minds of the concepts being covered and also use life experiences as examples.
Reviewed by David McLeodAsst. Why isn't Klinefelter Syndrome, and uses brilliant analogies to explain the body's internal systems, not mentioned. Sort by Posted: oldest first Posted: newest first Price: lowest first Price: highest first. It goes into enough detail that it isn't too confusing!This text is very comprehensive including all the traditional chapters in systems' approach of anatomy and physiology instruction with each chapter clearly divided into cohesive topics that coherently physiopogy the structural components and Other Editions The book is written clearly. The Nervous System 8.
It appears to be written in a way that updates could be easily added should they be necessary! Full-color animations and videos demonstrate difficult concepts to reinforce the material. The level of writing was appropriate for an introductory student in Anatomy and Physiology. My only concern is finding the images needed to convey the Anatomy in a clear manner to my students.