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This textbook covers all the topics in anatomy and physiology that are necessary for a regular undergraduate degree. These topics range from the structure and function of individual cells to the many systems of the body. Each chapter gives a...read more


This textbook covers all the topics in anatomy and physiology that are necessary for a regular undergraduate degree. These topics range from the structure and function of individual cells to the many systems of the body. Each chapter gives a summary of the most important principles and contains illustrative tools, such as diagrams, charts, and pictures to better explain the material. In addition, an online review guide that features supplementary information and practice questions is included as a supplement to the textbook. The glossary that is relevant to each chapter is beneficial, and it will be especially helpful for students who are not familiar with the terminology. The index is clearly arranged and offers a synopsis of the anatomy, physiology, and diseases discussed in each individual chapter. This book is comprehensive and covers all of the fundamental facts one needs to know to have a solid foundation in anatomy and physiology. Because it covers so much information, students are practically assured of picking up all of the essential concepts and knowledge for their class from the textbook.


The content in this book is up-to-date with the current state of knowledge in anatomy and physiology. In addition, the textbook includes the latest research examples to illustrate key concepts, facilitating student comprehension. To maintain the textbook's credibility, accuracy, and applicability for future students, however, it will be necessary to incorporate new data and research.


The textbook sequence is organized in a way that is straightforward and thorough. It is well organized and follows a logical progression, covering all the important aspects of anatomy and physiology. The students can swiftly access the information they need based on their class objectives and the course.


The content of the textbook is culturally relevant. Throughout the book, examples are given to help students comprehend the breadth of human anatomy and physiology and create links between those examples and real-world scenarios. This facilitates students understanding and retention of the subject matter. This also assists students in comprehending how their knowledge may be useful to everyday life.


In conclusion, the Anatomy and Physiology Open Textbook by OpenStax is an indispensable resource for any student studying this difficult topic. Not only does it provide a comprehensive overview of human anatomy, but it also contains illustrations, drawings, and slides to assist students visualize the material. Additionally, it is organized in a way that facilitates navigation. This free textbook is an excellent resource for anatomy and physiology students due to its well-defined structure, logical organization, and detailed explanations of intricate concepts.


The Index is comprehensive and includes links to the appropriate location in the text.The Chapters on the Cardiovascular (CV) system were of higher quality and more comprehensive than the Muscle tissue chapter and the number and clarity of the figures was superior in CV. As examples, in the Muscle chapter comprehensiveness was lacking in the discussion of excitation-contraction coupling, description of the zones of the sarcomere and proteins in the sarcomere, the force-frequency relationship, and muscle fiber types. However, an instructor could add these details. There were numerous helpful tables in the CV sections; however, there were no tables in Muscle tissue and in several cases would add clarity and break up large blocks of text. It would be helpful to have the following tables: Comparison of muscle fiber types and types of muscle. Some of the figures also lacked important details such as 10.8 and 10.16. While the number of figures, tables, was greater in the CV chapters, there were some omissions such as a graph of the Frank-Starling curve and shifts in the curve with changes in contractility. This is considered one of the hallmark figures of CV physiology and it is difficult for students to understand this relationship without a graph. The Key terms section more accurate and comprehensive than Muscle tissue.


This text covers all the major systems in a typical anatomy and physiology course and the sequence is similar to traditional texts. The level of detail is generally appropriate for an undergraduate level anatomy and physiology course; however, this may not be consistent across all systems. This review covered the overall format of the text but focused on Physiology (since Anatomy is a separate course and instructor at our university) and specifically on Chapter 10 Muscle Tissue and Chapters 19-20 The Cardiovascular System: The Heart and Blood Vessels/Circulation. All chapters include learning objectives, key terms (bolded in the text), chapter review, and various types of questions. The answers to the questions were not provided thus the student could not receive immediate feedback. It would be up to the instructor to provide a key. The Key terms section was lacking sufficient detail in several cases and several incorrect (or incomplete) definitions.


This textbook covers all the material covered in any traditional anatomy & physiology two-semester course. The material is organized in a logical format, starting with basic cell function and working into tissues and different organ systems....read more


This textbook covers all the material covered in any traditional anatomy & physiology two-semester course. The material is organized in a logical format, starting with basic cell function and working into tissues and different organ systems. The index is accurate and correctly links to each chapter/section when using both the online and PDF versions of the textbook. This is a nice convenience.


The text is organized in a logical format following a standard two-semester anatomy & physiology course structure. The material is broken down into organized chunks allowing for easy readability and comprehension.


This text is a great alternative to a higher price anatomy & physiology text often required of students. It covers the same material in the same general format as the higher-cost publications. The text includes practice quizzes and critical thinking questions throughout. It also includes links to interactive learning material to provide additional learning opportunities for students. This book would still likely need to be paired with a lab and is only suitable for a lecture course on its own.


This text covers all the required topics for a two-semester anatomy and physiology course. The sequence of units and chapters flow in a logical manner. The index is adequate, however it is missing some terms/concepts. For example, mitosis is...read more


This text covers all the required topics for a two-semester anatomy and physiology course. The sequence of units and chapters flow in a logical manner. The index is adequate, however it is missing some terms/concepts. For example, mitosis is included but not meiosis. There isn't a glossary but a key terms section at the end of each chapter. It is easier to search for terms in a glossary at the end of the textbook. However, the "Search this book" search box makes it convenient to look up a term. Topics are appropriate for a 2000 level course. These would be freshmen and sophomores taking this as their first science course. Although the topics are simple to understand, there are some which require more elaboration as some students may be missing a general biology background. The images, figures and tables are easy to understand and logically placed. However, since anatomy and physiology is a visual heavy course, there should be more additions.


This textbook is up to date as anatomy and physiology do not come across major changes year-to-year. Perhaps the figures of diagnostic tests will be changed for new medical technology that becomes available. However, the gold standard exams and laboratory values are already included in the book. An important consideration is that links to external sources and videos should still be active in the future. Over the years YouTube videos may be taken down.


Topics are organized in a logical fashion. The first three sections (Levels of Organization, Support and Movement, and Regulation, Integration and Control) can be covered in the first semester of a two-semester course. Adding more images to this this textbook would help students find the text they are looking for as many students in anatomy and physiology are visual learners. However, figures and tables are labeled with a number. It would help if subsections of each chapter were identified with numbers, for example Ch. 14.1 covers Sensory Receptors and Ch. 14.2 covers Sensory Modality, etc.


This textbook covers all the pertinent systems of the body in a comprehensive and palatable matter. The textbook also does an excellent job of relating the anatomy and physiology to the student in practical, medical, and real-life healthcare...read more


This textbook covers all the pertinent systems of the body in a comprehensive and palatable matter. The textbook also does an excellent job of relating the anatomy and physiology to the student in practical, medical, and real-life healthcare situations. The continuity between the chapters is excellent.


I have a doctorate degree in healthcare and have been teaching anatomy & physiology for over 15 years. I reviewed each chapter of the book with accuracy in mind. The textbook is accurate and concise in all chapters.


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