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Publication Date: 2004
Publisher: McGraw-Hill College
Fox, Stuart Ira, Thouin, Laurence G.
A Laboratory Guide to Human Physiology is a stand-alone human physiology manual that can be used in conjunction with any human physiology textbook. It includes a wide variety of exercises that support most areas covered in a human physiology course, allowing instructors the flexibility to choose those exercises best suited to meet their particular instructional goals. Background information that is needed to understand the principles and significance of each exercise is presented in a concise manner, so that little or no support is needed from the lecture text.Fox, Stuart Ira is the author of 'Laboratory Guide to Human Physiology Concepts and Clinical Applications', published 2004 under ISBN 9780072852981 and ISBN 0072852984.
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