Human Anatomy & Physiology (2nd Edition) - 2nd Edition - by Erin C. Amerman - ISBN 9780134553511
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Human Anatomy & Physiology (2nd Edition)
2nd Edition
Erin C. Amerman
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780134553511

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Chapter 2.4 - Inorganic Compounds: Water, Acids, Bases, And SaltsChapter 2.5 - Organic Compounds: Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, And NucleotidesChapter 3 - The CellChapter 3.1 - Introduction To CellsChapter 3.2 - Structure Of The Plasma MembraneChapter 3.3 - Transport Across The Plasma MembraneChapter 3.4 - Cytoplasmic OrganellesChapter 3.5 - The CytoskeletonChapter 3.6 - The NucleusChapter 3.7 - Protein SynthesisChapter 3.8 - The Cell CycleChapter 4 - HistologyChapter 4.1 - Introduction To TissuesChapter 4.2 - Epithelial TissuesChapter 4.3 - Connective TissuesChapter 4.4 - Muscle TissuesChapter 4.5 - Nervous TissueChapter 4.7 - MembranesChapter 4.8 - Tissue RepairChapter 5 - The Integumentary SystemChapter 5.1 - Overview Of The Integumentary SystemChapter 5.2 - The EpidermisChapter 5.3 - The DermisChapter 5.4 - Skin PigmentationChapter 5.5 - Accessory Structures Of The Integument: Hair, Nails, And GlandsChapter 5.6 - Pathology Of The SkinChapter 6 - Bones And Bone TissueChapter 6.1 - Introduction To Bones As OrgansChapter 6.2 - Microscopic Structure Of Bone TissueChapter 6.3 - Bone Formation: OssificationChapter 6.4 - Bone Growth In Length And WidthChapter 6.5 - Bone Remodeling And RepairChapter 7 - The Skeletal SystemChapter 7.1 - Overview Of The Skeletal SystemChapter 7.2 - The SkullChapter 7.3 - The Vertebral Column And Thoracic CageChapter 7.4 - Bones Of The Pectoral Girdle And Upper LimbChapter 7.5 - Bones Of The Pelvic Girdle And Lower LimbChapter 8 - ArticulationsChapter 8.1 - Overview Of JointsChapter 8.2 - Fibrous And Cartilaginous JointsChapter 8.3 - Structure Of Synovial JointsChapter 8.4 - Function Of Synovial JointsChapter 8.5 - Types Of Synovial JointsChapter 9 - The Muscular SystemChapter 9.1 - Overview Of Skeletal MusclesChapter 9.2 - Muscles Of The Head, Neck, And Vertebral ColumnChapter 9.3 - Muscles Of The Trunk And Pelvic FloorChapter 9.4 - Muscles Of The Pectoral Girdle And Upper LimbChapter 9.5 - Muscles Of The Hip And Lower LimbChapter 10 - Muscle Tissue And PhysiologyChapter 10.1 - Overview Of Muscle TissueChapter 10.2 - Structure And Function Of Skeletal Muscle FibersChapter 10.3 - Skeletal Muscle Fibers As Electrically Excitable CellsChapter 10.4 - The Process Of Skeletal Muscle Contraction And RelaxationChapter 10.5 - Energy Sources For Skeletal MuscleChapter 10.6 - Muscle Tension At The Fiber LevelChapter 10.7 - Muscle Tension At The Organ LevelChapter 10.8 - Skeletal Muscle PerformanceChapter 11 - Introduction To The Nervous System And Nervous TissueChapter 11.1 - Overview Of The Nervous SystemChapter 11.2 - Nervous TissueChapter 11.3 - Electrophysiology Of NeuronsChapter 11.4 - Neuronal SynapsesChapter 11.5 - NeurotransmittersChapter 11.6 - Functional Groups Of NeuronsChapter 12 - The Central Nervous SystemChapter 12.1 - Overview Of The Central Nervous SystemChapter 12.2 - The BrainChapter 12.3 - Homeostasis Part I: Role Of The Brain In Maintenance Of HomeostasisChapter 12.4 - Higher Mental FunctionsChapter 12.5 - Protection Of The BrainChapter 12.6 - The Spinal CordChapter 12.7 - Sensation Part I: Role Of The Cns In SensationChapter 12.8 - Movement Part I: Role Of The Cns In Voluntary MovementChapter 13 - The Peripheral Nervous SystemChapter 13.1 - Overview Of The Peripheral Nervous SystemChapter 13.2 - The Cranial NervesChapter 13.3 - The Spinal NervesChapter 13.4 - Sensation Part Ii: Role Of The Pns In SensationChapter 13.5 - Movement Part Ii: Role Of The Pns In MovementChapter 13.6 - Reflex Arcs: Integration Of Sensory And Motor FunctionChapter 14 - The Autonomic Nervous System And HomeostasisChapter 14.1 - Overview Of The Autonomic Nervous SystemChapter 14.2 - The Sympathetic Nervous SystemChapter 14.3 - The Parasympathetic Nervous SystemChapter 14.4 - Homeostasis Part Ii: Pns Maintenance Of HomeostasisChapter 15 - The Special SensesChapter 15.1 - Overview Of The Special SensesChapter 15.2 - OlfactionChapter 15.3 - GustationChapter 15.4 - Anatomy Of The EyeChapter 15.5 - Physiology Of VisionChapter 15.6 - Anatomy Of The EarChapter 15.7 - Physiology Of HearingChapter 15.8 - Vestibular SensationChapter 16 - The Endocrine SystemChapter 16.1 - Overview Of The Endocrine SystemChapter 16.2 - The Hypothalamus And The Pituitary GlandChapter 16.3 - The Thyroid And Parathyroid GlandsChapter 16.4 - The Adrenal GlandsChapter 16.5 - The Endocrine PancreasChapter 16.6 - Other Endocrine Glands And Hormone-secreting TissuesChapter 16.7 - Three Examples Of Endocrine Control Of Physiological VariablesChapter 17 - The Cardiovascular System I: The HeartChapter 17.1 - Overview Of The HeartChapter 17.2 - Heart Anatomy And Blood Flow PathwayChapter 17.3 - Cardiac Muscle Tissue Anatomy And ElectrophysiologyChapter 17.4 - Mechanical Physiology Of The Heart: The Cardiac CycleChapter 17.5 - Cardiac Output And RegulationChapter 18 - The Cardiovascular System Ii: The Blood VesselsChapter 18.1 - Overview Of Arteries And VeinsChapter 18.2 - Physiology Of Blood FlowChapter 18.3 - Maintenance Of Blood PressureChapter 18.4 - Capillaries And Tissue PerfusionChapter 18.5 - Capillary Pressures And Water MovementChapter 18.6 - Anatomy Of The Systemic ArteriesChapter 18.7 - Anatomy Of The Systemic VeinsChapter 19 - BloodChapter 19.1 - Overview Of BloodChapter 19.2 - Erythrocytes And Oxygen TransportChapter 19.3 - Leukocytes And Immune FunctionChapter 19.4 - PlateletsChapter 19.5 - HemostasisChapter 19.6 - Blood Typing And MatchingChapter 20 - The Lymphatic System And ImmunityChapter 20.1 - Structure And Function Of The Lymphatic SystemChapter 20.2 - Overview Of The Immune SystemChapter 20.3 - Innate Immunity: Internal DefensesChapter 20.4 - Adaptive Immunity: Cell-mediated ImmunityChapter 20.5 - Adaptive Immunity: Antibody-mediated ImmunityChapter 20.6 - Putting It All Together: The Big Picture Of The Immune ResponseChapter 20.7 - Disorders Of The Immune SystemChapter 21 - The Respiratory SystemChapter 21.1 - Overview Of The Respiratory SystemChapter 21.2 - Anatomy Of The Respiratory SystemChapter 21.3 - Pulmonary VentilationChapter 21.4 - Gas ExchangeChapter 21.5 - Gas Transport Through The BloodChapter 21.6 - Putting It All Together: The Big Picture Of RespirationChapter 21.7 - Neural Control Of VentilationChapter 21.8 - Diseases Of The Respiratory SystemChapter 22 - The Digestive SystemChapter 22.1 - Overview Of The Digestive SystemChapter 22.2 - The Oral Cavity, Pharynx, And EsophagusChapter 22.3 - The StomachChapter 22.4 - The Small IntestineChapter 22.5 - The Large IntestineChapter 22.6 - The Pancreas, Liver, And GallbladderChapter 22.7 - Nutrient Digestion And AbsorptionChapter 22.8 - Putting It All Together: The Big Picture Of DigestionChapter 23 - Metabolism And NutritionChapter 23.1 - Overview Of Metabolism And NutritionChapter 23.2 - Glucose Catabolism And Atp SynthesisChapter 23.3 - Fatty Acid And Amino Acid CatabolismChapter 23.4 - Anabolic PathwaysChapter 23.5 - Metabolic States And Regulation Of FeedingChapter 23.6 - The Metabolic Rate And ThermoregulationChapter 23.7 - Nutrition And Body MassChapter 24 - The Urinary SystemChapter 24.1 - Overview Of The Urinary SystemChapter 24.2 - Anatomy Of The KidneysChapter 24.3 - Overview Of Renal PhysiologyChapter 24.4 - Renal Physiology I: Glomerular FiltrationChapter 24.5 - Renal Physiology Ii: Tubular Reabsorption And SecretionChapter 24.6 - Renal Physiology Iii: Regulation Of Urine Concentration And VolumeChapter 24.8 - Urine And Renal ClearanceChapter 24.9 - Urine Transport, Storage, And EliminationChapter 25 - Putting It All Together: The Big Picture Of Urine Formation, Storage, And EliminationChapter 25.1 - Fluid, Electrolyte, And Acid-base HomeostasisChapter 25.2 - Overview Of Fluid, Electrolyte, And Acid-base HomeostasisChapter 25.3 - Fluid HomeostasisChapter 25.4 - Electrolyte HomeostasisChapter 25.5 - Acid-base HomeostasisChapter 26 - The Reproductive SystemChapter 26.1 - Overview Of The Reproductive System And MeiosisChapter 26.2 - Anatomy Of The Male Reproductive SystemChapter 26.3 - Physiology Of The Male Reproductive SystemChapter 26.4 - Anatomy Of The Female Reproductive SystemChapter 26.5 - Physiology Of The Female Reproductive SystemChapter 26.6 - Methods Of Birth ControlChapter 26.7 - Sexually Transmitted Infections (stis)Chapter 27 - Development And HeredityChapter 27.1 - Overview Of Human DevelopmentChapter 27.2 - Pre-embryonic Period: Fertilization Through Implantation (weeks 1 And 2)Chapter 27.3 - Embryonic Period: Week 3 Through Week 8Chapter 27.4 - Fetal Period: Week 9 Until Birth (about Week 38)Chapter 27.5 - Pregnancy And ChildbirthChapter 27.6 - Postnatal Changes In The Newborn And MotherChapter 27.7 - Heredity

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