Elsevier Adaptive Learning for Structure and Function of the Body, 15th Edition
Elsevier Adaptive Learning
Corresponding chapter-by-chapter to Structure & Function of the Human Body, 15th Edition, Elsevier Adaptive Learning combines the power of brain science with sophisticated, patented Cerego algorithms to help students to learn faster and remember longer. It’s fun; it’s engaging; and it’s constantly tracking student performance and adapting to deliver content precisely when it’s needed to ensure core information is transformed into lasting knowledge.
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1.Introduction to the Body 2.Chemistry of Life 3.Cells 4.Tissues 5.Organ Systems 6.Skin and Membranes 7.Skeletal System 8.Muscular System 9.Nervous System 10.Senses 11.Endocrine System 12.Blood 13.Circulatory System 14.Lymphatic System and Immunity 15.Respiratory System 16.Digestive System 17.Nutrition and Metabolism 18.Urinary System 19.Fluid and Electrolyte Balance 20.Acid-Base Balance 21.Reproductive Systems 22.Growth and Development
Appendix A: Body Mass Index Appendix B: Common Medical Abbreviations, Prefixes, and Suffixes Chapter Test Answers Glossary
Gary A. Thibodeau, PhD, Chancellor Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Biology, University of Wisconsin, River Falls, River Falls, Wisconsin, USA and Kevin T. Patton, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Life Sciences,St. Charles Community College Cottleville, MO Professor of Human Anatomy & Physiology Instruction (HAPI adjunct) Northeast College of Health Sciences Seneca Falls, NY
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