Biology for Health Applying the Activities of Daily Living

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Cedar, SH (2012). Biology for Health Applying the Activities of Daily Living. Palgrave Macmillan.
AuthorsCedar, SH
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Need an introductory text that will give you a headstart? Want an anatomy and physiology book which uses accessible language, everyday examples and connects to your course? Then read this book! Biology for Health takes a unique approach.

KeywordsSocial Science
Year2012
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
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Print14 Jun 2012
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Deposited17 Jul 2018
Accepted14 Jun 2012
ISBN0230368085
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