Human Physiology and Health by David Wright
  

Human Physiology and Health

Written by David Wright
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Part of the Human Physiology and Health Series

RRP £20.75

Synopsis

Human Physiology and Health by David Wright

Human Physiology and Health provides complete coverage of the content for the GCSE specifications in Human Physiology and Health, and Human biology. It is also a valuable resource for students studying any of the BTEC or OCR Nationals in Health and Social Care, or Science. Advanced level Biology, Human Biology, and Health and Social Care students will also find it useful for background information to many of the topics. Clear 'bite-sized' presentation of topics in double page spreads with clear summaries of what students should know at the end of each. Plenty of clear illustrations in full colour, which explain the biological concepts visually. Discussion of real life applications and some of the ethical and social issues with which science must deal. Examination type questions at the end of each chapter, to provide practice and to check up on learning.

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Format

Paperback
288 pages

Author

David Wright
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Publisher

Heinemann an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

24th September 2007

ISBN

9780435633097


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