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The medical and allied health professions growing at an incredible rate, they've sort of hijacked the term for themselves -- their A&P courses should actually be called Human Anatomy & Physiology. Our page here is thus called Comparative Anatomy & Physiology. The "comparative" suggests that it deals with A&P across most of the spectrum of living things ... humans included.

In schools of the life sciences, studies in anatomy and physiology deal with the mechanical structure and biological function of animal organisms. Although you will find references to human A&P in this department, the College of Medicine and Allied Health goes into human A&P in much greater detail.  Go ...

Otherwise, hang out here and get a much broader perspective on the way living things are put together (anatomy) and the way they work (physiology).



 

 


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David L. Heiserman, Editor

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Revised: June 06, 2015