Vander's Human Physiology with Connect Plus Access Card
|Rating||:||4.62 (646 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||686 Pages|
what I expected. I had to buy this book for a class. Though the images are useful, and the information is pertinent to the class, there are a lot of details that are missing from various sections of the book. When answering questions for class, I realized that I could not verify things in the book because specific enzymes for many pathways of metabolism were missing.Though there is information missing from the book, it is one of the best formatted te. Filip Drambarean said great textbook, just not for underlining with pencil. I needed this textbook for a class at University of Michigan, and it's a great textbook with very good pictures, charts, and graphics (especially great if you're a visual learner). For an in depth look at physiology, this is a great foundation building book. The only thing that bugs me about the book is the incredibly glossy pages. I couldn't seem to underline for the life of me when using a pencil (I'm sure it's fine if you use a pe. "I do not like the format of this book" according to Amazon Customer. My professor doesn't teach like the book does. I wish this book explained what was going on, for me personally I have to read over one topic over and over before I can understand it. i wish the book was more simple, I'm not saying science is easy, but when i finally understand the topic I'm like "is that all it was trying to say, I could definitely have written it more simply". I followed one subject that I was really struggling w/an
The fundamental purpose of this textbook is to present the principles and facts of human physiology in a format that is suitable for undergraduates regardless of academic background or field of study. Additional Physiology Inquiries have been added to many figures throughout the chapters. Eric Widmaier (Boston University), Hershel Raff (Medical College of Wisconsin), and Kevin Strang (University of Wisconsin) have taken on the challenge of maintaining the strengths and reputation of Vander’s Human Physiology: The Mechanisms of Body Function. It has also responde
in 1984 in Endocrinology from the University of California at San Francisco. Widmaier received his Ph.D. His postdoctoral training was in endocrinology and physiology at the Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology, and The Salk Institute in La Jolla, CA. Eric P. . He is currently Professor of Biology at Boston University
Widmaier received his Ph.D. in 1984 in Endocrinology from the University of California at San Francisco. His postdoctoral training was in endocrinology and physiology at the Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology, and The Salk Institute in La Jolla, CA. About the Author Eric P. He is currently Professor of Biology at Boston University.