The Complete Human Body: The Definitive Visual Guide
ISBN: 1465449183
EAN13: 9781465449184
Language: English
Publication Date: Jun 7, 2016
Pages: 528
Dimensions: 1.7" H x 11.9" L x 10" W
Weight: 6 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

Intricate details of all aspects of the human body down to the smallest detail - from our cells and DNA to the largest bone in our bodies, the femur.

3D generated illustrations and medical imaging provide a close look at the body's forms and functions in physiology and anatomy, showing how the body works and its amazing systems and abilities.

To understand our modern human bodies, this book first looks at our ancestors and how the evolution of Homo Sapiens shaped our anatomy. This gave us the ability to walk tall, create language, and make tools with our incredibly adapted opposable thumbs.

Learn how we can see evolution in our DNA, and the functions of DNA. Read about the things you can only see with microscopes and other special imaging machines, like cell structure, motor pathways in the brain, and the inner iris.

All these many parts work together to make the human body. The physiology of our body is written in clarifying detail. Learn about the organs and systems that operate within, like the cardiovascular, digestive, and neural systems.

See our elegant anatomy and read how the skeleton, muscles, and ligaments operate to allow movement. This second edition has included more detail on the joints in the hands and feet. The Complete Human Body takes you from infancy to old age showing how our body grows and changes, and what can go wrong. Read More chevron_right

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