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The Physiology Coloring Book

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This coloring book offers an enjoyable, highly effective way for students to learn physiology. Topics are covered in self-contained two-page spreads, allowing students to easily focus on the material being presented. A unique combination of introductory material, names and illustrations to be colored, and substantive captions deliver a comprehensive, yet easy-to-understand ...more
Paperback, Second Edition, 320 pages
Published October 3rd 1999 by Benjamin Cummings (first published January 1st 1992)
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While I really enjoyed The Anatomy Coloring Book and wanted to enjoy The Physiology Coloring Book as well, the latter wasn't as useful to me in my two semester Anatomy and Physiology class

This was especially true in the second semester, which emphasized functions (physiology) over structure (anatomy). It probably would have been more efficacious for me to draw those bodily processes as a flow chart on my own. Nonetheless, I'm glad the books in this series exist and I look forward to seeing how
This isn't actually a joke. I'm sure I'll use this again during med school physiology, but it was definitely a great supplement to my undergrad physiology course. I didn't color anything (maybe over Christmas break!), but the book helped me in understanding the mechanisms of certain more difficult to visualize concepts and functions.
I got this in college, for an anatomy class. One one side of the page, you color diagrams of biological processes, both at the organ and cellular levels. The other side of the page has detailed information, like a normal text book. I still pull it off the shelf and read it sometimes.
Really great supplement for physio classes. Especially for a visual learner. It just makes for really rotten homework assignments. :-)
yes, school is back in session. but at least i get to color my gastrointestinal tract!
I haven't enjoyed coloring this much for 20 years.
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