Biology Today and Tomorrow with Physiology

Biology Today and Tomorrow with Physiology

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Strike the perfect balance between level of detail and accessibility! Written for a one-semester, non-Biology majors course, BIOLOGY TODAY AND TOMORROW is packed with applications that are relevant to a studenta€™s daily life. The clear, straightforward writing style, in-text learning support, and trendsetting art engage students and help them understand key concepts. The accompanying MindTap for Biology is the most engaging and easiest to customize online solution in Biology. Overall, this accessible introduction helps students develop an understanding of biology and the process of science while building the critical-thinking skills they need to become responsible citizens of the world. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.Plaque accumulates in an artery making it more likely to rupture. if it does, a clot that forms at the rupture site further narrows the vessel. Right ... The plaque enlarges as the cells of the affected area becomes inflamed, fibrous scar tissue is laid down, and some cells become ... Plaques make a vessel more likely to rupture, and the rupture may result in formation of a clot that cuts off blood flow completely.

Title:Biology Today and Tomorrow with Physiology
Author:Cecie Starr, Christine Evers, Lisa Starr
Publisher:Cengage Learning - 2015-02-03


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