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Human Biology flashcards gives you a handy help on quick explanation of human biology terms,prefix and suffix as well as the most diffucult to remember abbreviations.No matter you are a student with major in biology science and medical sicence, or you are a user who often deal with biology issues. Human Biology flashcards is a good assistance and reference for you anywhere,anytime.FEATURES:- 1400+ human biology terms and definations.- Decks are alphabetically organized for quick reference.- No internet connection required. Instant lookup without an internet access.- Bookmark selected card for easier reference.- Share the card with your friends or family via e-mail.- Reset cards in a decks if you want.- Tab on the card to flip other side.- Switch card answers front side by term/defination while review. - Select "I Know" or "I Don't Know" option to save your performance .- Lookup reviewed cards on history screen.SETTINGS :- Front Deck : Switch card answers front side by term/defination. Term/Defination. Default is term.- Font Color : Change card font color. Black/Blue. Default is black.- Card Status : Set card know status on history status. On/Off. Default is on.DECKS: - Human Body Overview- Chemistry Comes Alive- Cells: The Living Units- Tissue: The Living Fabric- The Integumentary System- The Skeleton- The Joints- Bones and Skeletal Tissue- Muscles and Muscle Tissue- The Muscular System- Nervous System and Nervous Tissue- The Central Nervous System- The Peripheral Nervous System- The Autonomic Nervous System- The Special Senses- The Endocrine System- The Blood- Cardiovascular System: The Heart- Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels- The Lymphatic System- The Immune System- The Respiratory System- The Digestive System- Nutrition and Metabolism- The Urinary System- The Reproductive System- Pregnancy and Human Development- Heredity