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Publisher's Summary

Human Anatomy & Physiology - Part 2 is a college introductory-level text read in a conversational manner. Within each section key words and concepts are introduced and discussed. The audio format allows students to make the most of their time by giving them the freedom to study by listening.

The topics covered in this book include: 

  1. The Endocrine System;
  2. The Blood;
  3. The Heart;
  4. The Circulatory System; 
  5. The Lymphatic and Defense Systems; 
  6. The Respiratory System; 
  7. The Urinary System; 
  8. The Digestive System; and 
  9. The Reproductive System.

Human Anatomy & Physiology - Part 2 is an ideal review for nursing students, biology students, students reviewing for the MCAT and students reviewing for the GRE in biology.

"Above average study guide...recommended." (Science Books & Films)

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Critic Reviews

"[A]n excellent way for students to learn concepts and review." (Biology Program, Clemson University)

"[F]or both non-major and major students." (Journal of College Science Teaching)

"[A]llows students to preview and review the works!" (Biology Department, University of South Carolina-Spartanburg)

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  • Patrick Nwanah
  • 03-05-2020

Short but very informative

great for a quick review in anatomy and physiology. it gives you the fundamentals.

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