Principles of Anatomy and Physiology (Tortora, Principles of Anatomy and Physiology)Author:
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Pub Date: 2011
Tortora, Gerard J. is the author of Principles of Anatomy and Physiology (Tortora, Principles of Anatomy and Physiology), published 2011 under ISBN 9780470565100 and 0470565101. Seven hundred thirteen Principles of Anatomy and Physiology (Tortora, Principles of Anatomy and Physiology) textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, four hundred forty used from the cheapest price of $85.61, or buy new starting at $246.50. [read more]
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Nothing would make this book better. It is very good and has everything in it that you need to learn. It goes through everything at a good pace and in a very good order.read more
It is very informative. It is very helpful especially for someone that doesn't know or understand very much about proper nutrition. I would recommend this book and class to anyone interested in it.
This book could be better if it had more diagrams explaining certain topics. Some of the definitions were hard to find in the book. We had frequent term quizzes on the terms throughout the assigned chapters and it was somewhat hard to find some definitions.read more
The least helpful thing about this book was the length. It was extremely in depth, which was great for the advancement of my knowledge in A&P, but made it hard to keep up with the information. I did very well and learned a lot from this book. It was extremely helpful!
I learned about the bones and muscles and the cells within the body.read more
Very in depth explanation of the anatomy and physiology of the human body. Clear explanation with pictures for demonstration.
The organization of information in the chapters could of had a better layout of information.read more
After I look up something in index it should easier to find on page
The pictures in the atlas were very helpful. Also the book had very descriptive sections and chapters.read more
The book was a bit heavy and i believe some information was not necessary.
Thought it was a very good book. Easy to read and understand.read more
Much better than the book that was used for Anatomy and Physiology in High School but that is my only other experience.
Very well organized with good subject matter and very easy to follow.read more
This book had very detailed illustrations that helped to solidify the subject matter
This class was very hard. I strongly advise you to NOT take this course online. The book is large and very detailed with lots of diagrams as well.read more
Very wordy, and personally more confusing than need be. But that may just be my learning style.
Anatomy and Physiology 1 class. Learning about the human body down to a cellular level.read more
The detailed pictures of cellular morphology, the muscle system, and multiple other anatomy examples were very helpful. The definitions and overall wording of the book was easy to understand.
There were various sections of the book that good a little too wordy. Some of the information was too in-depth when it came to neurotransmitter information, we covered this again in Pharm and did not need the extra information.read more
This book had fabulous pictures, diagrams, and quizzes. I was able to learn the basic anatomical figures and the depth of physiologic functions in the human body.
It has many pictures and charts that you can visualized as you read.read more
I am a visual learner;therefore, the pictures helped me a lot.
Anatomy and Physiology. It was very effective. I am now wishing I didn't sell it back. It had very good pictures and diagrams in it. This book had very good end of the chapter questions which helped me study. I got a B in the class and I read the book and followed the summary and study guidelines in the book. A lot of people didn't and they did not do as well.read more
The end of the chapter questions were very good and very helpful for when I took the test in school.
Pub Date: 2011