Human Anatomy & Physiology Plus MasteringA&P with eText -- Access Card Package (9th Edition)Author:
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Pub Date: 2012
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This book is very descriptive and has tons of pictures and diagrams. Overall it was extremely helpful for me.read more
I think it's fine how it is. It was organized well and was very informational!
The contents of this book are so in-depth about the material,a and it explains the material so well. It has so much information that I didn't know about, and really enjoyed using this textbook.read more
I would like to see the teachers use the material from the book more often. There is so much great info in there that it needs to be used!
The book was excellent in terms of breaking down the anatomy of the human body. It gave me an great understanding of the subject matter.read more
There is not anything I would personally change. I think the publisher did a good job with this text.
the class was awesome, it taught me a lot about the human body.read more
I wouldn't change anything about the book because I really liked it. the fact that I understood it perfectly was the best.
I would not change anything about this book. I think it is already great with the way it is!read more
I think the whole book is a very helpful source when it comes to learning Anatomy and Physiology! The book goes into deep detail, which is what is the most helpful.
The pictures are very clear and the explanations are in such a way that make it easy to understand.read more
The book clearly covers the entire human body in detail. The side by side views of the real organ next to a diagram helps when trying to understand placement.
Everything was interesting to me. For me the skeletal and muscular systems were the most interesting for me.read more
The primary subject of the book is the human body and how systems function and work together. Each section was heavy in detail, sometimes it felt like it was too much and would lead to some confusion.
Pub Date: 2012