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Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology & Applications Manual & Interactive Media Edition Package, 4/e

Frederick H. Martini, University of Hawaii

Published July, 1998 by Prentice Hall Engineering/Science/Mathematics

Copyright 1998, 1123 pp.
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ISBN 0-13-096292-9


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Summary

Martini is the only text designed specifically to meet the needs of today's diverse student population. It combines an award-winning art program, proven student pedagogy, and an outstanding and well-integrated multimedia package. Martini's integrated teaching and learning system, including the new FAP Interactive, Student CD-ROM, provides flexibility and innovation never before seen in A&P. For combined courses in Anatomy and Physiology, taken by allied health, heath, and physical education majors.

Features

Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology— MEDIA EDITION, 4/e (0-13-923061-0); (92306-0)
Offers interactive CD-ROM FREE with each copy of the text!
NEW—Adopted simpler, cleaner design.
NEW—Each chapter thoroughly updated where appropriate.
NEW—Extensive illustration revisions/additions by the medical illustrator Bill Ober.
NEW—The Applications Manual is updated throughout, and a number of Ralph Hutching's latest cadaver photos have been included.
NEW—Use of the student-friendly tone is emphasized even more in the Fourth Edition.
NEW—Terminology is defined more precisely and consistently.
NEW—Greater emphasis is given to Aging and Health issues.
NEW—FAP Interactive-Student CD-ROM

  • Students will never look at their A&P textbook the same way! Embedded in the text material of Martini's FAP INTERACTIVE CD-ROM are over 30,000 hot links to text art as well as “live art” (animations) and audio that enable students to visualize difficult concepts and processes. To help students learn new vocabulary, hot links to key words in each chapter provide definitions and pronunciations that aid in concept reinforcement. 20 interactive Tutorials and interactive Case Studies help students apply what they have learned. Art: Is it important that your students are able to visualize complex structures and key physiological processes?
Martini has set the standard for superior illustrations that enable students to SEE important structures and processes unfold.
  • Compound Art combines Bill Ober's award-winning illustrations with photographs, micrographs, X-rays, and MRI images for an unsurpassed experience with viewing anatomical structure.
  • Process Art shows clearly how the successive stages of dynamic physiological processes unfold in time.
  • Large Illustrations Viewed from a Macro-Micro Level “in context” help students better understand anatomical structures. Applications: Do you think that real-world applications add relevancy and promote a truer understanding of key A&P concepts? Do you prefer a textbook that gives you flexible coverage of real-world applications?
Martini offers 3 flexible ways of covering real-world applications:
  • Clinical Discussions show how an understanding of abnormal conditions can shed light on normal functions and vice versa.
  • Clinical Boxes provide more in-depth coverage of major diseases, such as diabetes, and of important diagnostic procedures, such as spinal taps and myelography.
  • The Applications Manual features more detailed discussions of many clinical topics introduced in the text. (Unique!) Pedagogy: Would you prefer a text that provides a proven student pedagogical framework that guides your students beyond memorizing facts to developing their problem-solving skills?
Martini FAP 4E:
A Tutor in Every Text:
  • Concept Checks: (“Speed Bumps”) Interspersed questions that encourage students to stop and check their understanding of material before they move on.
  • Concept Links: Blue “chain links” with page references to help students review concepts discussed earlier in the text.
  • Figure Reference Locators: Red squares next to call out figures in the text that function as placeholders to make it easier to toggle between an illustration and the running narrative.
  • 3-level Chapter Ending Material: Moves students through memorizing facts, to understanding concepts to applying what they learn to solve problems. Level One questions review basic facts and terms. Level Two questions test the student's ability to comprehend and integrate the chapter's key concepts. Level Three exercises are real-world scenarios designed to develop student's problem-solving skills.


Table of Contents
(NOTE: Each chapter begins with an Introduction).
    1. An Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology.
    2. The Chemical Level of Organization.
    3. The Cellular Level of Organization.
    4. The Tissue Level of Organization.
    5. The Integumentary System.
    6. Osseous Tissue and Skeletal Structure.
    7. The Axial Skeleton.
    8. The Appendicular Skeleton.
    9. Articulations.
    10. Muscle Tissue.
    11. The Muscular System.
    12. Neural Tissue.
    13. The Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves.
    14. The Brain and Cranial Nerves.
    15. Integrative Functions.
    16. The Autonomic Nervous System.
    17. Sensory Function.
    18. The Endocrine System.
    19. Blood.
    20. The Heart.
    21. Blood Vessels and Circulation.
    22. The Lymphatic System and Immunity.
    23. The Respiratory System.
    24. The Digestive System.
    25. Metabolism and Energetics.
    26. The Urinary System.
    27. Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance.
    28. The Reproductive System.
    29. Development and Inheritance.


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