The Teaching Function of the Nursing Practitioner.
Margaret L. Pohl’s books. The Teaching Function of the Nursing Practitioner.
I also know of one book that discusses anatomy of several lab animals including mice. So, really there is not a lot of choice on the market. This is a VERY low quality anatomy atlas, so if you're looking for Netter-type quality anatomical drawings, forget it. You can't even find the mouse's tail veins and tail artery in this book.
Although the factual basis of anatomy is remarkable among basic sciences for its longevity and consistency, this book has evolved markedly since its inception.
Teaching function of the nursing practitioner. If you really want to be smarter, reading can be one of the lots ways to evoke and realize.
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Concise, current, and richly illustrated, this one-of-a-kind text encompasses cellular and molecular biological concepts as well as classical morphology to present histology from a functional perspective
Concise, current, and richly illustrated, this one-of-a-kind text encompasses cellular and molecular biological concepts as well as classical morphology to present histology from a functional perspective. A wealth of superb ing light and electron micrographs as well as schematic diagrams and three-dimensional drawings-make all concepts easy to understand, and clinical correlations underscore the practical relevance of the material. Helpful tables and summary statements summarize vital information at a glance.
She was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1948. a b Shankman, Paul 2009 The Trashing of Margaret Mead: Anatomy of an Anthropological Controversy. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press. She taught at The New School and Columbia University, where she was an adjunct professor from 1954 to 1978 and was a professor of anthropology and chair of the Division of Social Sciences at Fordham University's Lincoln Center campus from 1968 to 1970, founding their anthropology.
Rabbits & Rodents As Pets. Anatomy of the Laboratory Mouse. By (author) Margaret J. Cook.