ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY COLORING WORKBOOK A Complete Study Guide TWELFTH EDITION Ebook PDF download
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY COLORING WORKBOOK A Complete Study Guide TWELFTH EDITION Ebook PDF download The Anatomy & Physiology Coloring Workbook has been created particularly for you. It is the outcome of years of personal attempts to find and create exercises helpful to our own students when they study and review for a lecture test or laboratory quiz.
We never cease to be amazed by how remarkable the human body is, but we
would never try to convince you that studying it is easy and, like learning a new
language, it requires a lot of dedication. The study of human anatomy and physi-
ology has its own special terminology. It also requires that you become familiar
with the basic concepts of chemistry to understand physiology, and often (sadly)
it requires rote memorization of facts. It is our hope that this workbook will help
simplify your task. To make the most of the exercises, read these instructions
carefully before starting work.
Labeling and Coloring. Some of these questions ask you only to label a
diagram, but most also ask that you do some coloring of the figure. You can usu-
ally choose whichever colors you prefer. Soft-colored pencils are recommended
so that the underlying diagram shows through. Most figures have several parts to color, so you will need a variety of colors—18 should be sufficient. In the coloring exercises, you are asked to choose a particular color for each structure to be colored.
That color is then used to fill in both a color-coding circle found next to
the name of the structure or organ, and the structure or organ on the figure. This
allows you to identify the colored structure quickly and by name in cases where the diagram is not labeled. In a few cases, you are given specific coloring instructions to follow.
Matching. Here, you are asked to match a key term denoting a structure or
physiological process with a descriptive phrase or sentence. Because you must
write the chosen term in the appropriate answer blank, the learning is more
Completion. You select the correct term to answer a specific question, or you
fill in blanks to complete a sentence. In many exercises, some terms are used
more than once and others are not used at all.
Definitions. You are asked to provide a brief definition of a particular structure
True or False. One word or phrase is underlined in a sentence. You decide if the sentence is true as it is written. If not, you correct the underlined word or phrase.
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