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Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology 10th Edition

Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology - 10th Edition - by Martini - ISBN 9780133481228
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Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology
10th Edition
Martini
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780133481228

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Explanation: The muscle tissues contain muscle cells, which have the characteristic to contract...Explanation: The muscles fibers are present in bundle forms in the body and forms a pattern called...Explanation: The functional units of the nervous system are responsible for performing functions of...Explanation: The components of the central nervous system are the brain and the spinal cord. Brain...Explanation: The major parts of the brain are: Cerebrum: The cerebrum is the largest portion of the...Explanation: The sensations are the important part of our life and are created by the sensory...Explanation: ANS controls the autonomic functions like the heart rate, digestion, respiratory rate,...Explanation: The ability of smell is achieved by olfactory organs that are a part of the nasal...Explanation: The hormone is a chemical messenger molecule present inside the cell. It is secreted...Explanation: The blood is a specific connective tissue and its various functions are well described...Explanation: Heart is a muscular organ that is hollow and helps in pumping oxygen-poor blood by the...Explanation: The different types of the blood vessels include the following: 1. Arteries: They...Explanation: Pathogen can be defined as anything that can cause diseases. The ability of a pathogen...Explanation: The functions of the respiratory system are as follows: It provides vast surface area...Explanation: In the digestive system there are many organs. It starts from the mouth or the buccal...Explanation: Oxygen is absorbed by the lung and the other substances like vitamins, minerals, fat,...Explanation: The urinary system includes the production, storing and elimination of urine. The major...Explanation: The three processes that are interrelated to each other and are very essential to...Explanation: The reproductive system ensures the survival of human species by producing and...Explanation: The fetus develops from a single egg cell and become fully developed up to the ninth...

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