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Wood – Laboratory Manual for Anatomy & Physiology

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5e - Main, Cat, or Pig

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Michael G. Wood Laboratory Manual

BIOPAC has teamed up with several authors to add even more functionality to your systems. As an alternative to the Biopac Student Lab Manual (MANBSL4, MANBSL377, or MANBSL3S) that ships with each BSL system, these authors have included our exercises in their texts, giving you another view of how to use our lessons.

Laboratory Manual for Anatomy & Physiology, Fifth Edition

Author: Michael G. Wood, M.S., Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas

Publisher: PEARSONhighered.com

 

 

 

 

 

These full-color anatomy and physiology lab manuals are appropriate for use with any mainstream anatomy and physiology text. Exercises using BIOPAC instrumentation and software familiarize students with standard technologies in the field.
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This is not a BIOPAC product. Order from publisher or other bookseller using the ISBN provided.

 

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