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Saladin, Kenneth S. is the author of Anatomy & Physiology: The Unity of Form and Function, published under ISBN 9780073378251 and 0073378259. Three hundred fifty four Anatomy & Physiology: The Unity of Form and Function textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, seventy five used from the cheapest price of $65.55, or buy new starting at $147.99. [read more]
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If model pages were clear so we can see every system of the body at the same time.read more
The Anatomy & Physiology class that this book was required for was a very intellectually challenging coarse. It took a lot of hard work and prayer to be successful.
It was all pretty helpful. The work book to go along with it was a little more helpful.read more
Great book for anatomy and physiology. Since this was my first time talking this class I have no bases to go by.
I used this book in nursing school, in this class we learned how the body functioned.read more
The primary subject is anatomy. This book was very long but the information was well prepared.
The nervous system. Because it has great pictures and descriptions. I also like learning about the heart. Anatomy is my favorite subject.read more
Nothing. I thought it was a great book for learning!
I learned a lot about the human body and how everything functions and works.read more
How to operate my computer effectively and learned some pretty neat tools to use in power point and excel.
The book was very helpful, but I think the pictures where the least helpful, only because they couldve been more detailed.read more
It was an anatomy class for nursing school. We learned about the body and its functions.
Some of the labeling was not as precise as in real life. It would be nice if it was more realistic.read more
This book was great with labeling parts of the body and color coding sections. Some of it was run-on descriptions of where things were which got confusing. All together a great book.
Everything, from top to bottom in the human body. All the systems and small pieces that all together function as a whole unitread more
Easier drawns, and not that many parragraphs all together, which makes it harder to read...
There really was nothing about this book that wasn't helpful. I used everything from the chapters themselves to the index and glossary daily.read more
I learned that our body's functions are interconnected. This book is in depth, and at times overwhelming with information.
To be honest, I have nothing negative to report about this textbook. It was well written and extremely helpful in my achieving a good grade in the class.read more
This textbook was very well written and organized. It made it easy to follow my professor as we moved through each section of the class.
My anatomy and physiology classes were my favorite classes this year. My professor did a great job of explaining what we needed to know but the book just made it that much easier. Not only the text itself, but also the diagrams of the human body were so helpful.read more
I wouldn't change anything about the book itself. What I would change is something on the online Connect program that goes with the textbook. I would make it so we could create our own study lists on the cadaver dissection tool and also on the flash card type study tool. That would make it so much more efficient by hiding the stuff we aren't required to learn.
The text was a little hard to follow but I have found that all medical text books seem to be that way.read more
I never realized that there were so many parts to all the bones that make up the body. This book had a lot of great information and diagrams.