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Herlihy's The Human Body in Health and Illness Study Guide 1st ANZ edition

  • ID: 5350035
  • Book
  • November 2021
  • Elsevier Health Science
This Study Guide has been written to accompany the Australia and New Zealand adaptation of Herlihy's The Human Body in Health and Illness - a comprehensive text for beginner level students studying anatomy and physiology.

The Study Guide allows you to work through questions and problems covered in the main text. It can be used in the classroom, online, for personal study and/or for setting homework.

Used together with the textbook and online resources, this suite of learning materials will help students master with ease what they need to know about the structure and function of the human body.

- Enhances content and concepts covered in the textbook - Useful in a range of study settings - An eBook included in all print purchases
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Chapter 1. Introduction to the Human Body
Chapter 2. Basic Chemistry
Chapter 3. Cells
Chapter 4. Cell Metabolism
Chapter 5. Microbiology and Infection
Chapter 6. Tissues and Membranes
Chapter 7. Integumentary System and Temperature Regulation
Chapter 8. Skeletal System
Chapter 9. Muscular System
Chapter 10. Nervous System: Nervous Tissue and the Brain
Chapter 11. Nervous System: The Spinal Cord and Peripheral Nerves
Chapter 12. Autonomic Nervous System
Chapter 13. Sensory System
Chapter 14. Endocrine System
Chapter 15. Blood
Chapter 16. Cardiovascular System: Heart and Cardiac Cycle
Chapter 17. Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels and Circulation
Chapter 18. Lymphatic System
Chapter 19. Immune System
Chapter 20. Respiratory System
Chapter 21. Digestive System
Chapter 22. Urinary System
Chapter 23. Water, Electrolyte and Acid-Base Balance
Chapter 24. Reproductive System
Chapter 25. Human Development and Heredity
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Ellie Kirov Unit Coordinator & Lecturer, Health Sciences, Edith Cowan University, School of Science, Perth, WA, Australia.
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