Anatomy and Physiology

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This is the First and Second half of the Anatomy and Physiology Lecture Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology by Martini 9th edition.


The First portion of Anatomy and Physiology:
    • the cell and tissues
    • the integumentary system
    • osseous tissue
    • bone structure
    • axial and appendicular skeleton
    • joints
    • muscle tissue
    • axial muscles
    • appendicular muscles
    • neural tissue
    • nervous system and the special senses

The Second portion of Anatomy and Physiology:
    • the Endocrine system
    • Cardiovascular
    • Vascular
    • Lymphatic & immunity
    • the Respiratory system
    • digestive system
    • reproductive
    • pregnancy and Human Development




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