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The new edition of Bruce Wingerd's The Human Body: Concepts of Anatomy and Physiology helps encourage learning through concept building, and is truly written with the student in mind. Learning Concepts divide each chapter into easily absorbed subunits of information, making learning more achievable. Since students in a one-semester course may have little experience with biological and chemical concepts, giving them tools such as "concept statements", "concept check" questions, and a "concept block study sheet" at the end of each chapter help them relate complex ideas to simple everyday events. The book also includes a companion Student Notebook and Study Guide (available separately) that reinvents the traditional study guide by giving students a tool to help grasp information in class and then reinforce learning outside of class. With additional, powerful options like PrepU and the ADAM Interactive Anatomy Online Student Lab Activity Guide, students have access to learning activities to help them study, understand, and retain critical course information.
Table of Contents
Preface User\u2019s Guide Contents Chapter 1. Introduction to the Human Body Chapter 2. The Chemical Basis of the Body Chapter 3. Cells: The Basis of Life Chapter 4. Tissues Chapter 5. The Integumentary System Chapter 6. The Skeletal System Chapter 7. The Muscular System Chapter 8. Organization of the Nervous System Chapter 9. Sensations Chapter 10. The Endocrine System Chapter 11. The Blood Chapter 12. The Cardiovascular System Chapter 13. The Lymphatic System and The Body\u2019s Defenses Chapter 14. The Respiratory System Chapter 15. The Digestive System Chapter 16. The Urinary System Chapter 17. The Reproductive System Chapter 18. Human Development and Inheritance Glossary Appendix: Answers to Learning Questions Figure Credits Index