Human Anatomy and Physiology II (ANP1106)

Anatomy of the skeleton, including the axial and appendicular skeleton. Anatomy and physiology of skeletal muscles of the trunk and limbs. Anatomy and physiology of the nervous system including receptors, the sensory and motor pathways, the lower and higher functions of the central nervous system.

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Taught by: William Staines Added on: Sep 25, 2016
Study Study Study LOL Goodluck Prepare to Read

Could not tell you a single piece of information from this class. Impossible to stay awake as the material was so boring and dry. Would of failed if it wasn't for the textbook. Staines tries to make the lectures more interesting, but unfortunately falls short. Very hard to focus and listen to. Lots of memorization! Load up on caffeine before you go to this class.

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