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Answered By: BethMarie Gooding
Last Updated: Mar 28, 2016     Views: 1089

First, get a good grasp of what anatomy is and what physiology is. You might want to look up the definitions in your textbook for the course or in one of our reference book (dictionaries, encyclopedias) databases:

When you type in search terms, remember to use nouns or keywords only for your search terms: "anatomy", "physiology"

Once you have a good idea of what each one is (or what the difference is between them), you will likely have a good idea of how they influence one another. Put that "idea" into your own words.

See also:

Anatomy and Physiology Guide: http://guides.rasmussen.edu/healthsciences/anatomyandphysiology

Structure and Function Guide: http://guides.rasmussen.edu/healthsciences/structureandfunction

 

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