UNDERSTANDING THE HUMAN BODY - THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
PAM WALKER AND ELAINE WOOD
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Gr. 8-12. Informative, accurate, and up-to-date, these titles in the Understanding the Human Body series look closely at the anatomy and physiology of a body system: what the individual parts do, how they work together, and also what happens when things go wrong. The style is dense and somewhat dry, but the authors are experienced junior-high and high-school science teachers who know what works in the biology classroom and for student research. The Immune System has an excellent discussion of HIV and how AIDS epitomizes the ruin of immune system functionOne of the best sections in Digestive System considers diagnostic technology. . Both books include occasional black-and-white photos and diagrams, a glossary, and an annotated bibliography. Hazel Rochman
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