Anatomy deals with how all parts of the organism interact to form a functional whole. The study of anatomy is separate from the study of physiology, although the two are often taught together. While anatomy studies the structure of the parts of an organism, physiology is concerned with the way those parts function together. For example, an anatomist may study the types of tissues found in different parts of the heart, while a physiologist may study how the heart regulates blood flow to supply oxygen to other organs in the body. While anatomy and physiology study different aspects of biology, together they provide a more complete picture of what the body is and how it works. There is strong overlap of these texts with the texts in the Human Biology bookshelf of the Biology library.
- Anatomy and Physiology 1e (OpenStax)
- Anatomy and Physiology 2e (OpenStax)
- Human Anatomy and Physiology Preparatory Course (Liachovitzky)
- Human Anatomy Lab Manual (Wilk-Blaszczak)
- Anatomy and Physiology (Boundless)
- Book: Acid-base Physiology (Brandis)
- Fluid Physiology (Brandis)
- Labs: A Mixed Course Based Research Approach to Human Physiology (Whitmer)
- Human Anatomy (OERI)
- Atlas of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Operative Surgery
- Human Anatomy Laboratory Manual 2021
- Atlas of Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
- Anatomical Illustrations (Most, Tran, Seweryn, and Graham)
- Human Anatomy (Lange et al.)
Thumbnail: Anatomy of the Human Body. (Public Domain). Computer Generated Cross Section 3d Model of Heart (DrJanaOfficial).