By Kent M. Van De Graaff, David A. Morton, John L. Crawley
This full-color atlas is designed for all scholars taking separate or built-in classes in human anatomy and body structure. This atlas can accompany and increase any human anatomy, human body structure or mixed human anatomy and body structure textbook. it truly is designed to be of specific worth to scholars in a laboratory state of affairs and will both accompany a laboratory guide or, in sure classes, it could possibly function the laboratory guide.
Great care has long past into the guidance of this photographic atlas to supply scholars with an entire set of images for every of the human physique platforms. Cat, fetal pig, and rat dissection also are integrated for these scholars who've the chance to do comparable dissections as a part of their laboratory requirement. furthermore, images of a sheep center dissection also are integrated.
A visible stability is accomplished among a number of the degrees on hand to watch the constitution of the physique. thoroughly classified, informative figures are depicted basically and effectively. The phrases utilized in this atlas are those who are licensed and steered by means of the Basle Nomina Anatomica (BNA).
Some of the adjustments for this new version comprise a brand new artwork software, new vertebrate dissection pictures (new specimens have been dissected to procure greater caliber pictures of the muscular and organ systems), and a brand new complete web page center valve/cardiac cycle determine. 3-hole drilled.
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A Photographic Atlas for the Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Seventh Edition by Kent M. Van De Graaff, David A. Morton, John L. Crawley