Introduction.Structure of the Mammalian Body: Anatomy, Morphology and Nomenclature of the Main Physiological Systems.Cell Structure and Function.Feeding, Digestion and Absorption.Cardiovascular System.Respiration.Body Fluids and the Kidney.Control of the pH of Plasma.Conduction in Nerve Fibres.The Autonomic Nervous System.Muscle.Sense Organs and Sensation.Introduction to the Central Nervous System.Endocrine System.Reproduction.Defense Mechanisms of the Body.Conclusion: Some Properties of Physiological Processes.Appendices: Osmotic and Ionic Equilibrium Across a Membrane: Nernst Equation.Electrocardiogram.Lung Compliance and Pressure Volume Relationship.Ventilation-Perfusion Ratio in Man.Exercise and Training.Blood Groups and Polymorphism.Buffer Systems.Intracellular pH.Voltage Clamp.
Physiological Processes: An Introduction to Mammalian Physiology by Margaret Stanier
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