Human Anatomy & Physiology (9th Edition)Author:
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Pub Date: 2012
Elaine N. Marieb is the author of Human Anatomy & Physiology (9th Edition), published 2012 under ISBN 9780321743268 and 0321743261. Four hundred sixty six Human Anatomy & Physiology (9th Edition) textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, one hundred forty five used from the cheapest price of $98.35, or buy new starting at $200.71. [read more]
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I found the use of visual aids throughout the book to be very helpful when studying new material.read more
Graphs and diagrams worked along with textual information to help explain concepts.This made the more difficult topics in the book easier to understand.
Anatomy and physiology lecture and lab. I took an 8 week AP1 and 5 week AP2, so they were both pretty intensive.read more
Color code the pages on the side so that it is easier to get to the sections you need quickly.
These books were amazing books but the could have had more practice problems.read more
They had more diagrams and pictures which made it's more helpful to understand the material,
It helped me understand the course very well. It was very informative on the information I was studying.read more
There wasn't very much in this book that wasn't beneficial to learning the course.
Great resources for the Nursing program, its a great study guide. Its a brief atlas of the human body, it has 47 cadaver photographs to help you easily identify and memorize human anatamy. It has 50 slides of basic tissue and organ systems to help you ace your histology.read more
Anatomy and physiology, Mastering A &P helps you to access all of the best Pearson A&P.your instructor can easily assign all text features of Human Anatomy & physiology.
Human Anatomy & Physiology I, you have to learn the tissues, muscles, bones, organs, joints and much more. The book has everything.read more
Without the book I would have been lost. You must read each chapter or you will be lost in class.
Nothing, everything I needed to study and pass was in there.read more
Everything was very interesting in this book, the most interesting was the body parts.
This book was all about the human anatomy and physiology and it covered the subject very well. This book was very useful and did a great job at covering the subjects.read more
I do not have anything to say about what could make this book better since it did a great job.
The weight! The book is so dang heavy! I hated carrying it back and forth to school!read more
The glossary was very bland and not helpful what so ever! That is the reason I never wanted to use this book!
The book itself did wonderful helping me understand the course material, but I would greatly advise the future user to purchase the online usage as well. That was a great deal of help for exams and quiz prep.read more
Other textbooks I had were tailored specifically for the university in question, this book was a lot easier to grasp because it had several other areas that went into detail that assists with the class.
Anatomy 1 and 2 were both extremely complicated but extremely rewarding at the same time. After hundreds of flash cards and hours studying I can proudly say I know the femur is the hardest bone to break in your body and that when I was in first grade I had an ulnar and radial fracture. I learned things that I never thought I could understand and came out of both classes with A's.read more
We didn't learn much about fungi so I would say that was the least helpful. I didn't need the section to understand what I needed to move forward in the class.
According to my class instructor, some of the information provided was inaccurate. I'm not sure which to believe. If in fact the book provided inaccurate information, it would be better by having correct information.read more
This book helped me a lot and I was able to comprehend the material for the most part. I thought the endocrine section was a little vague and confusing. That could have just been a misunderstanding on my part.
Pub Date: 2012