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Anatomy & Physiology: The Unity of Form and Function 3rd Edition – Kenneth S. Saladin

Titulo del libro: Anatomy & Physiology: The Unity of Form and Function

Autor del libro: Kenneth S. Saladin

Edición de libro: Third Edition

Formato de libro: EBook

Date published: 2003

Illustrator: The McGraw−Hill

ISBN: 9780072919264

Número de páginas: 1193

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Anatomy & Physiology: The Unity of Form and Function

Thank you to the colleagues and students who have made this textbook so successful and helped to ensure its staying power in a very competitive textbook niche.
Several people have asked me, with this book doing so well, why I don’t retire from the classroom. The answer is that not only do I find classroom teaching the most fulfilling aspect of my profession, but also that it is my students who teach me how to write. I work continually at finding more and more effective ways of getting concepts across to them, at turning on the light of insight.
The best ideas for communicating difficult physiological ideas often come to mind during my face-to-face interactions with students, and many are the times that I have dashed back from the lecture room to the drawing pad or keyboard to sketch concepts for new illustrations or write down new explanations. Grading exams and homework assignments also continually gives me new impressions of whether I have effectively taught an idea through my writing. Thus, my students are my unwitting writing teachers. This pertains also to the students in my “extended classroom”—students worldwide who use the book and write to ask my help in understanding difficult concepts.
What are the improvements in this edition? I continue to aim for ever-better clarity, brevity, currency, and accuracy. Physiology, especially, is a complex subject to explain to beginning students, and I am always working in both the lecture room and textbook to find clearer ways to explain it. Physiology also is a fast-growing field, and it’s a challenge to keep a book up to date without it growing longer and longer. After all, our lecture periods and semesters aren’t getting any longer! So, while updating information, I have looked for ways to make my discussions more concise in each edition. I also continue to correct errors as students and content experts have sent me queries, corrections, and suggestions. Accuracy is, of course, an advantage of a seasoned textbook over a newcomer, and this book has gained a lot of seasoning and a little spice from my extensive correspondence with students and colleagues.
This preface describes the book’s intended audience, how we determined what students and instructors want in the ideal A&P textbook, what has changed in this edition to best meet your needs, how this book differs from others, and what supplements are available to round out the total teaching package.

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  • Chapter 1: Major Themes of Anatomy and Physiology
  • Chapter 2. The Chemistry of Life
  • Chapter 3. Cellular Form and Function
  • Chapter 4. Genetics and Cellular Function
  • Chapter 5. Histology
  • Chapter 6. The Integumentary System
  • Chapter 7. Bone Tissue
  • Chapter 8. The Skeletal System
  • Chapter 9. Joints
  • Chapter 10. The Muscular System
  • Chapter 11. Muscular Tissue
  • Chapter 12. Nervous Tissue
  • Chapter 13. The Spinal Cord, Spinal Nerves, and Somatic Reflexes
  • Chapter 14. The Brain and Cranial Nerves
  • Chapter 15. The Autonomic Nervous System and Visceral Reflexes
  • Chapter 16. Sense Organs
  • Chapter 17. The Endocrine System
  • Chapter 18. The Circulatory System: Blood
  • Chapter 19. The Circulatory System: The Heart
  • Chapter 20. The Circulatory System: Blood Vessels and Circulation
  • Chapter 21. The Lymphatic and Immune System
  • Chapter 22. The Respiratory System
  • Chapter 23. The Urinary System
  • Chapter 24. Water, Electrolyte, and Acid−Base Balance
  • Chapter 25. The Digestive System
  • Chapter 26. Nutrition and Metabolism
  • Chapter 27. The Male Reproductive System
  • Chapter 28. The Female Reproductive System
  • Chapter 29. Human Development
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