Human Anatomy and Physiology: Form, Function and Homeostasis – eBook PDF
Human Anatomy and Physiology: Form, Function, and Homeostasis, (PDF) assists college students to understand the human body in terms of the functions and structures of various body systems. Concise and clear, the selected material offers descriptions of how major organ systems, individual organs, cells, and tissues interact to maintain homeostasis. The ebook establishes a conceptual framework for studying anatomy and physiology at the cellular, molecular, and systematic levels.
The key chapters of the text include the integumentary, muscular, skeletal, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, digestive, and reproductive systems. Chapters that emphasize physiology begin with case studies that stress major concepts and progress to discussions of the major processes that normalize homeostasis. All chapters include a list of learning outcomes that are lined with a collection of study questions.
Several standard textbooks provide more information than can be covered, even in a standard, two-course progression. Human Anatomy and Physiology reorganizes information and focuses on the most vital aspects of human form and function in a non-intimidating, no-frills manner. The ebook is specifically designed for standard two-course sequences in anatomy and physiology and is best suited to students who have completed a semester of biology.
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