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The Workbook to Accompany Anatomy and Physiology Revealed , Version 3 by Robert Broyles is a workbook/study guide designed to help students get the most they can out of the Anatomy and Physiology Revealed (APR), and out of their anatomy and physiology course. The Table of Contents closely follows APR 3.0, and is organized along the lines of a typical Anatomy and Physiology course. The individual exercises include art from APR and also have review questions, tables, coloring exercises, terminology quiz questions, and reminders on key content. Key features # A new chapter on Body Orientation has been added to coincide with APR 3.0. # A new chapter on Cells and Chemistry has been added to coincide with APR 3.0. # A new chapter on Tissues has been added to coincide with APR 3.0. # All changes to the interface of APR 3.0 have consequently been noted and updated via directions to the student in the workbook. # Histology module included to correspond to the content on histology in APR 3.0. # The Integumentary System is included in the workbook, correlating to the section on the same in APR 3.0. # Content on articulations is included in the chapter on the Skeletal System in APR 3.0. # Insertions and origins are included in The Muscular System chapter. # Coloring exercises on structure are included in the workbook. # The inside front cover includes a step-by-step quick reference chart covering the initial steps needed to access main sections of APR 3.0. The author refers students back to this chart when appropriate at different points in the workbook. # The introductory chapter includes an overview of tools, views, etc., to help students navigate within APR. # Each chapter is numbered; exercises reflect the chapter number, followed by the sequential exercise number (e.g. Exercise 4.1, Exercise 4.2, etc.), making it easy for instructors to assign portions of the workbook. # "Check Point" questions within many of the exercises help students make the connection between content in APR and lecture/lab. # "Heads-Up" notes let students know that the content is important and related to information or exercises to come. # Many exercises include tables to help students visually comprehend various anatomical groupings. A "Bonus Question" on root words and/or terminology is included at the end of the tables. Table of Contents Chapter 1: Body Orientation Chapter 2: Cells and Chemistry Chapter 3: Tissues Chapter 4: Integumentary System Chapter 5: Skeletal System Chapter 6: Muscular System Chapter 7: Nervous System Chapter 8: Endocrine System Chapter 9: Cardiovascular System Chapter 10: Lymphatic System Chapter 11: Respiratory System Chapter 12: Digestive System Chapter 13: Urinary System Chapter 14: Reproductive System