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November 30, 1940

Physiology and Anatomy

JAMA. 1940;115(22):1912-1913. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810480076033

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This edition is thoroughly revised and reset to meet the most recent trends in teaching the subject. The subject matter has been arranged on the unit plan and consists of five units: the body as an integrated whole, the erect and moving body, integration and control of the body by the nervous system, maintaining the metabolism of the body and the reproductive system. The teacher's manual for use with the text is written by Miss Ostlie and prefaces each unit. The manual consists of thirty-six lectures and laboratory demonstrations which are most practical for the instruction of the student. In spite of the fact that the book is devoted to two subjects there is a definite text separation of them and the book can be used for separate courses in anatomy and physiology. The organization is excellent. The written material is enhanced by helpful illustrations and each chapter is practically

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