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Physiology Coloring Workbook (97 Edition)by Kenneth Axen
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Physiology Coloring Workbook is a breakthrough approach to learning and remembering the body's processes. Written and illustrated by experts who are both research scientists and teachers , it features 250 striking, original illustrations that will give students a clear and enduring understanding of physiology.
Learning interactively, through coloring, thoroughly fixes physiological concepts in the mind and takes less time than memorizing from textbooks. Physiological processes are fully explained, and complex subjects are approached through the gradual introduction of simple drawings.
The authors employ a logical and consistent use of color to convey invormation; for example, arterial blood is always red, whereas venous blood is blue, and capillary blood is violet. Each lesson includes clearly displayed labels and specific coloring instructions.
This book is an invaluable and lasting resource for students in disciplines including anatomy and physiology, biology, nursing, physical therapy and rehabilitation, medical technology, nutrition, physical education, allied health and health sciences.
The 250 plates in the book are organized in the following sections:
About the Author
Dr. Kenneth Axen is an associate professor of rehabilitation medicine at New York University Medical Center. His numerous research articles in the Journal of Applied Physiology have earned him international recognition in the area of respiratory control.
Dr. Kathleen Vermitsky Axen is a professor in the Department of Health and Nutrition Sciences at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. Her research on the regulation of insulin secretion has been published in the American Journal of Physiology.
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