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What is the difference between Anatomy and Physiology?

Asked by R. Jones, Last updated: Sep 14, 2020

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J. Lautner

J. Lautner

J. Lautner
J. Lautner, Product Manager, Utah

Answered Jul 18, 2019

Anatomy and Physiology are both studies of science. They both study the body. Anatomy studies the shape, position of structures, and the size of the body. The structures that anatomy deal with include cells and tissue organs. Physiology also studies structures.

Anatomy and Physiology are both studies of science. They both study the body. Anatomy studies the
It examines the structures and how they individually and as a whole, affect the body. Physiology also deals with the many functions of the body, as well as the processes that the body has. Anatomy is seen as a static study. Physiology is more of dynamic research. These studies can be done in school, as well as on a professional level as a career.

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