The University course book Anatomy and Physiology

The University course book Anatomy and Physiology from Science to Life 3rd Edition is written by Gerad J. Tortora, and Gail Jenkins. Gerald is a Biology Professor and a former Biology Coordinator at Bergen Community College at Paramus NJ, USA. The Anatomy and Physiology textbook is published and distributed by John Wiley & Sons publishers. The following is a summary of the textbook particulars.

The Anatomy and Physiology from Science to Life 3rd Edition offers its readers additional and enhanced features; the chapters are designed and presented in manageable content modules that puts emphasis on conceptual organization of facts and terminology. The textbook is an excellent resource for learning about the human body within one semester of the A&P course. The Wiley text comes complete with WileyPLUS; a study resource that includes learning materials, illustrations, questions, self reminder quizzes and chapter reviews. These resources are all designed to help students master their anatomy and physiology course.

The textbook features substantial revisions and upgrades which are emphasized by use of more saturated colours, and revised renderings on topical subjects such as muscles, lymphatics, arteries and veins among a string of other demonstrations. The text integrates select systematic clinical connection topics on both the textbook and WileyPLUS Package to further enhance student reading and learning experience. The elaborate urinary system chapter has been extensively revised to provide additional assistance and clarity.

The textbook actively engages readers to make learning enjoyable by incorporating dynamic assets that are easily down-loadable; these includes drill and labelling practice exercises from illustrations to cadaver models and videos, interactive animations and lab exercises in virtual dissection. These aspects are all pertinent in the real anatomy practice.

Anatomy and Physiology from Science to Life 3rd Edition, offered by John Wiley & Sons comes in two options the Print and the Digital form; the print recourse is available in two options that are priced at $60.00. The first impression is Binder Ready and comes with WileyPLUS, this shortened form is ideal for those who do not want to carry the book around. The second print package comes complete with a textbook and the WileyPLUS package. Both of the two print options come with an offer of free shipping in Australia. The textbooks digital recourse is priced at $50.00; the material comes in form of an E-Text. The E-Text is designed to replicate the hardcopy textbook in all manner including page layout and page numbers, making it easy to use in class.