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Organ structure and function come alive with 282 of Dr. Netters beautifully rendered color drawings and schematics. Each chapter progresses from the important overview relationships of organ system physiology down to the tissue, cellular, and subcellular levels. Book Info Univ. of Rochester, NY. Atlas provides the student of physiology a clear and concise summary and review of the major principles of organ system physiology. Organized by system and includes graphs, tables, schematics, and an abundance of full-color illustrations. The ideal companion atlas for any Physiology course. A clear, concise and user-friendly atlas with a big picture approach to the study and review of major principles in human physiology. Each organ structure and function comes alive with 250 of Netters beautifully rendered color drawings and schematics that enhance understanding of organ system physiology. Each chapter leads the learner from the important overview relationships of organ system physiolocy down to the tissue, cell and subcellular levels, Graphs, chards and schematics illustrate key concepts and summarize integrated principles with visual clarity.
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John Robert Hansen (August 24, 1901 – September 23, 1974) served one term, from January 3, 1965 to January 3, 1967, as a Democratic U.S.
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