Principles of anatomy and physiology / Gerard J. Tortora, Sandra Reynolds Grabowski Tortora, Gerard J

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Tortora, Gerard J
Human physiology.; Anatomy.; Human anatomy.
Anatomy and physiology students face the challenge of synthesising a lot of information into conceptual understanding. Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 1st Asia–Pacific edition,empowers them to improve their learning outcomes and have a great time navigating through a remarkable local tour of the human body! This title provides an excellent introduction to anatomy and physiology, and helps you answer a variety of questions including: ◦How did cutting-edge research by the University of Queensland create the cervical cancer vaccine? ◦Why do fast bowlers and ballet dancers frequently suffer from stress fractures? ◦How does the All Blacks’ Haka stimulate nerve impulses? ◦Why do Australia and New Zealand have the highest rates of melanoma in the world?
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