Data from iPad, iPhone, iPod - Curated by EPG Health - Last updated 23 May 2017

Size

10.7 MB

Description

The Human Anatomy application is a SIMPLE educational quick reference app that contains the information of nineteen different biological systems.


List of Contents
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1. Desmosome Cell Junction
2. Cardio Vascular System
3. Digestive system
4. Endocrine - Central Nervous
5. Endocrine - Reproductive
6. Endocrine - Alimentary
7. The Eye
8. Female Reproductive System
9. Heart
10. Lymphatic System
11. Male Reproductive System
12. Muscular System - Back
13. Muscular System - Front
14. Nervous System
15. Neuron Cell
16. Respiratory System
17. Skeletal System - Back
18. Skeletal System - Front
19. Urinary System

Features
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- Illustration of each biological system that can be zoomed using pinch touch.
- Description of each element represented in each biological system.
- Reference links to wiki for more thorough descriptions. 

How To
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- To view a specific biological system one has to select it from the main list. This will open a new view with an illustration of the biological system. The user can zoom the image to see details better by using the pinch zoom. To view more information about a topic, just click on the item and press the "More Info" button at the top right corner. If the user wants a more detailed description there is a "Wiki" also at the top right corner that links the topic to Wiki pages.

What's new

- iOS7 support.
- Updated Reference Libraries.

Compatibility

Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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