Anatomy Coloring Workbook by Princeton Review
By Princeton Review
Anatomy Coloring Workbook
The human physique is wondrously advanced, with seven-hundred muscle mass, 206 bones, and numerous cells and tissues. learning and remembering them all should be overwhelming.
The Anatomy Coloring Workbook delivers a transparent and concise realizing of anatomy. The interactive method of studying anatomy via coloring takes much less time than memorizing from textbooks and flashcards. The coloring strategy completely fixes anatomical recommendations on your brain, and if you happen to have to bear in mind the cloth, you’ll have the ability to visualize the physique structures.
The diagrams and plates within the Anatomy Coloring Workbook were created electronically, to offer you a pointy, specific rendering of anatomical buildings. We absolutely clarify the suggestions in the back of every one coloring lesson to make the training adventure entire. We comprise an introductory part on anatomical terminology to get you began, coloring feedback to help you, and labels for simple id and reference.
This publication is a useful source for college kids of anatomy, body structure, biology, psychology, nursing, clinical know-how, future health management, health schooling, food, artwork, and more.
Medical practitioners, dentists and dental hygienists, actual and occupational therapists, educators, and pros in ratings of alternative fields also will locate directed coloring a valuable technique of review.
The one hundred twenty five plates within the publication are geared up into the subsequent sections:
Introduction to Anatomy
The Skeletal System
The Muscular System
The frightened System
The Endocrine System
The Circulatory System
The Digestive System
The respiration System
The Urinary System
The Reproductive process
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