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Author(s)Gerard J. Tortora / Bryan H. Derrickson / Brendan Burkett / Danielle Dye / Julie Cooke / Tara Diversi / Mark McKean / Rebecca Mellifont / Latika Samalia / Gregory Peoples
Published17th August 2015
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Australia
University course codes
University of Canberra (UOC):6529 - Systemic Anatomy & Physiology
University of New England (UNE):PSIO120 - Introductory Human Physiology 2
University of Sydney (USYD):NURS1001 - Health & Human Biology
University of the Sunshine Coast:SPX103 - Anatomy & Physiology for Exercise
Anatomy and physiology students face the challenge of synthesising a lot of information into conceptual understanding. Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 1st Asia–Pacificedition,empowers them to improve their learning outcomes and have a great time navigating through a remarkable local tour of the human body!
This title provides an excellent introduction to anatomy and physiology, and helps you answer a variety of questions including:
How did cutting-edge research by the University of Queensland create the cervical cancer vaccine?
Why do fast bowlers and ballet dancers frequently suffer from stress fractures?
How does the All Blacks’ Haka stimulate nerve impulses?
Why do Australia and New Zealand have the highest rates of melanoma in the world?