Human Anatomy and Physiology

How is the anatomy of a body part related to its physiology?

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anatomy is the study of the shape of the human body. Physiology is the study of the structure of the human body. i may have it backwards. Im in anatomy and physiology this year but i learned that the first semester. make sure thats correct

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