By Kevin Langford
An all-in-one advisor to the human physique!
Anatomy 101 bargains a thrilling investigate the interior workings of the human physique. Too usually, textbooks flip the interesting platforms, procedures, and figures of anatomy into tedious discourse that even Leonardo Da Vinci could reject. This easy-to-read advisor cuts out the uninteresting info, and as an alternative, offers you a compelling lesson in anatomy.
Covering each point of anatomical improvement and body structure, each one bankruptcy information the several elements of the human physique, how platforms are shaped, and problems that can disrupt physically services. You'll get to the bottom of the mysteries of anatomy with certain, obtainable parts like:
• targeted charts of every approach within the body
• Illustrations of move sections
• detailed profiles of the main influential figures in scientific history
From telephone chemistry to the breathing approach, Anatomy 101 is full of thousands of interesting evidence that you simply can't get anyplace else!
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Anatomy 101: From Muscles and Bones to Organs and Systems, Your Guide to How the Human Body Works (Adams 101) by Kevin Langford