Laboratory Manual for Anatomy & Physiology
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Dodał/a książkę:Wojciech Polak
Michael G. Wood's straightforward and complete lab manual guides students through hands-on exercises that reinforce concepts they've learned in their anatomy & physiology lecture course. The full-color illustrations and step-by-step instructions are designed to help students visualize structures, understand three-dimensional relationships, and comprehend complex physiological processes. Many of the illustrations are the same as the illustrations by William Ober and Claire Garrison that appear in Martini, Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology, Seventh Edition, making this lab manual a perfect companion to that textbook.Illustrations by renowned medical illustrators William Ober and Claire Garrison are precise, accurate, and from Martini'sFundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology, Seventh Edition, making this lab manual a perfect companion to that textbook. Award-winning photographs by biomedical photographer Ralph Hutchings are from Martini's Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology, Seventh Edition, as well as other Martini titles, which allows this lab manual to be ideally paired with Martini. Macro-to-Micro Views in the illustrations build on the knowledge that students have of familiar structures before introducing them to new or more detailed structures. Histology images facilitate students' understanding of the microscopic level of anatomy. A wide variety of activities include labeling illustrations, drawing structures, matching related items, completing tables, recording data, writing observations, and interpreting results. Study Tip boxes give students handy mnemonic devices, tools for learning certain relationships, and general suggestions for retaining the complex concepts that underlie the study of A&P. Clinical Application boxes present clinical information useful to students who plan a career in the allied health field. Anatomical terminology draws from the standard terminology adopted by the International Federation of Associations of Anatomists that appears in the Terminologia Anatomica reference text. Laboratory Reports, following the exercises, can be completed by students and handed in for grading. Tasks include recording data and observations, labeling activities, drawing activities, and matching exercises.