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ISBN: 9780323553117
Imprint: Mosby
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Evolve Resources for Anatomy & Physiology, 10th Edition

by Kevin T. Patton, PhD

Resources

ISBN: 9780323553117
Imprint: Mosby
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Educator Resources on Evolve

  • TEACH
  • PowerPoint® slides
  • Image collection
  • Test bank
  • Teaching tips
  • ARQ’s
  • Answer keys
  • Conversion guide
  • Kevin T. Patton, PhD, Professor of Anatomy & Physiology Instruction, New York Chiropractic College, Seneca Falls, New York; Professor Emeritus of Life Sciences, St. Charles Community College, Cottleville, Missouri; Assistant Professor Emeritus of Physiology, Course Director Emeritus in Human Physiology, St. Louis University Medical School, St. Louis, Missouri, USA
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