Download Hole’s Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology

Hole’s Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology pdf

Hole’s Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology 12 Edition – Designed for the one-semester anatomy and physiology course, Hole’s Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology assumes no prior science knowledge and supports core topics with clinical applications, making difficult concepts relevant to students pursuing careers in the allied health field.

The unparalleled teaching system is highly effective in providing students with a solid understanding of the important concepts in anatomy and physiology.

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Table of Content

Unit 1 Levels of Organization 1 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology 2 Chemical Basis of Life 3 Cells 4 Cellular Metabolism 5 Tissues Unit 2 Support and Movement 6 Integumentary System 7 Skeletal System 8 Muscular System Unit 3 Integration and Coordination 9 Nervous System 10 The Senses 11 Endocrine System Unit 4 Transport 12 Blood 13 Cardiovascular System 14 Lymphatic System and Immunity Unit 5 Absorption and Excretion 15 Digestion and Nutrition 16 Respiratory System 17 Urinary System 18 Water, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance Unit 6 The Human Life Cycle 19 Reproductive Systems 20 Pregnancy, Growth, Development, and Genetics

About the Author

Ricki Lewis’s career communicating science began with earning a Ph.D. in Genetics from Indiana University in 1980. It quickly blossomed into writing for newspapers and magazines and writing the introductory textbook Life. Since then, she has taught a variety of life science courses and has authored the textbook Human Genetics: Concepts and Applications and books about gene therapy, stem cells, and scientific discovery.

She is a genetic counselor for a large medical practice, teaches a graduate online course in “Genethics” at Albany Medical College, and writes for Medscape Medical News, Genetic Literacy Project, Rare Disease Report, and medical journals. Ricki also writes the popular DNA Science blog at Public Library of Science and is a frequent public speaker.

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