Laboratory Atlas of Anatomy & Physiology https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/0073525677.jpeg 6 2009 9780073525679 This full-color atlas is intended to effectively supplement the A&P laboratory course and aid students in their studies. Eder's high-quality visuals, in combination with its unique tables, make it a valuable supplement in any lab course. Tables include terms and definitions as well as descriptions of the origin, insertion, action, and innervation of muscles. This atlas illustrates the dissection structures as they actually exist, so students will be able to easily recognize the parts when they are dissecting or taking an exam.
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Laboratory Atlas of Anatomy & Physiology

Laboratory Atlas of Anatomy & Physiology, 6th Edition

ISBN10: 0073525677 | ISBN13: 9780073525679
By Douglas Eder

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This full-color atlas is intended to effectively supplement the A&P laboratory course and aid students in their studies. Eder's high-quality visuals, in combination with its unique tables, make it a valuable supplement in any lab course. Tables include terms and definitions as well as descriptions of the origin, insertion, action, and innervation of muscles. This atlas illustrates the dissection structures as they actually exist, so students will be able to easily recognize the parts when they are dissecting or taking an exam.

Chapter 1: Histology

Chapter 2: Human Skeletal Anatomy

Chapter 3: Human Muscular Anatomy

Chapter 4: Dissections

Chapter 5: Specialized Organs

Chapter 6: Reference Tables

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About the Author

Douglas Eder

Douglas J. Eder, Ph.D. received his baccalaureate degree in religion from the College of Wooster, Ohio, in 1966. Both his Masters in female endocrinology and Doctorate in physiology and biophysics are from Florida State University. Doug is presently Director of the Office of Undergraduate Assessment and Program Review and supervises the University's Undergraduate Research Academy.

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