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by Craig Freudenrich,Gerard J. Tortora
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Science & Mathematics
  • Author:
    Craig Freudenrich,Gerard J. Tortora
  • ISBN:
    0470491248
  • ISBN13:
    978-0470491249
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  • Publisher:
    Wiley; 1 edition (February 7, 2011)
  • Pages:
    608 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Science & Mathematics
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Visualizing Anatomy and Physiology will be a visually powerful textbook, illustrated for maximum pedagogical effect, up-to-the-minute in all aspects of anatomical science and physiology, and integrated with its accompanying digital media. Understanding precisely what an anatomical structure does and how its shape enables this function helps the reader learn and remember the myriad details of anatomy.

Visualizing Anatomy and Physiology. by Craig C. Freudenrich and Gerard J. Tortora. Visualizing Anatomy and Physiology is a visually powerful textbook, illustrated for maximum pedagogical effect, up-to-the-minute in all aspects of anatomical science and physiology. Organized into 16 chapters, the material is designed to fit more easily into the shorter one-semester course. Chapters 1-16 provide motivating and engaging content as well as clinical and everyday relevance of the science of the discipline.

Craig Freudenrich and Gerard J. Tortora are the authors of Visualizing Anatomy and Physiology, published by Wiley.

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Visualizing Anatomy and Physiology is a visually powerful textbook, illustrated for maximum pedagogical effect, up-to-the-minute in all aspects of anatomical science and physiology.

Visualizing Anatomy and Physiology is a visually powerful textbook, illustrated for maximum pedagogical effect, up-to-the-minute in all aspects of anatomical science and physiology. Organized into 16 chapters, the material is designed to fit more easily into the shorter one-semester course. Chapters 1-16 provide motivating and engaging content as well as clinical and everyday relevance of the science of the discipline. This edition includes numerous assessment opportunities and tested visuals that are used to teach and explain, not just illustrate.


Cerekelv
National Geographic has bent over backwards producing clear figures illustrating anatomy, physiology, and many processes. Like any serious subject, a one-pass read doesn't suffice. Thus, each chapter starts off with a hierarchical a learning plan:
-- a gorgeous picture with an illustrative paragraph designed to pique curiosity,
-- a learning plan detailing successively deep levels of understanding: section concepts, figures & their processes, and finally reading the text,
-- periodic questions encouraging timely review,
-- real-world scenarios inspiring future medical professionals with application of the current topic,
-- finally online content supplementing difficult/abstract concepts.

Having recently acquired my PhD in physics (with no life science since high school biology), this book seems to be as good an introduction as can be expected. The cell (chapter 3) was particularly difficult because of the simultaneous introduction of new nouns and verbs simultaneously; these multiple unknowns compound the difficulty -- think fixing a string of Christmas lights with two bad bulbs. In the future, a video-based introduction to cell organelles would be a pedagogically superior approach.
Tuliancel
rented for daughter in law. she passed.
Super P
Textbook, what more can you say...
Celace
The item was in even better condition than was stated...MINT CONDITION, LIKE BRAND NEW!! It even came in a brand new binder with the label still on it! My daughter was thrilled! And the price was an incredible deal; it saved us a great deal off of the original price!! Thanks for posting such a HIGH QUALITY item!
Goltikree
I know it isnt new but damn this thing isn't just used, arrived in much worse quality than expected
Ndav
I got the Book on time and it was just what I needed.
kinder
Good quality used book, well preserved.
The book smells exactly like a pack of cigarettes. It was in good condition otherwise. It's just hard to study with that smell.