Principles of Human Physiology (6th Edition) - 6th Edition - by Cindy L. Stanfield - ISBN 9780134169804
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6th Edition
Cindy L. Stanfield
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780134169804

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Chapter 3.1 - Types Of Metabolic ReactionsChapter 3.2 - Metabolic Reactions And energyChapter 3.3 - Reaction RatesChapter 3.5 - Glucose Oxidation: The Central Reaction Of Energy MetabolismChapter 3.6 - Stages Of Glucose Oxidation: Glycolysis, The Krebs Cycle, And Oxidative PhosphorylationChapter 3.7 - Energy Storage And Use: Metabolism Of Carbohydrates, Fats, And proteinsChapter 4 - Cell Membrane TransportChapter 4.1 - Factors Affecting The Direction Of TransportChapter 4.3 - Passive TransportChapter 4.4 - Active TransportChapter 4.6 - Transport Of Material Within Membrane-bound CompartmentsChapter 4.7 - Epithelial Transport: Movement Of Molecules Across Two MembranesChapter 5 - Chemical MessengersChapter 5.1 - Mechanisms Of Intercellular CommunicationChapter 5.2 - Chemical MessengersChapter 5.3 - Signal Transduction MechanismsChapter 6 - The Endocrine System: Endocrine Glands And Hormone ActionsChapter 6.1 - Primary Endocrine OrgansChapter 6.2 - Secondary Endocrine OrgansChapter 6.5 - Hormone InteractionsChapter 7 - Nerve Cells And Electrical SignalingChapter 7.2 - Cells Of The Nervous SystemChapter 7.3 - Establishment Of The Resting Membrane PotentialChapter 7.4 - Electrical Signaling Through Changes In Membrane PotentialChapter 7.5 - Maintaining Neural StabilityChapter 8 - Synaptic Transmission And Neural IntegrationChapter 8.2 - Chemical SynapsesChapter 8.3 - Neural IntegrationChapter 8.4 - Presynaptic ModulationChapter 8.5 - Neurotransmitters: Structure, Synthesis, And degradationChapter 9 - The Nervous System: Central Nervous SystemChapter 9.1 - General Anatomy Of The Central Nervous SystemChapter 9.2 - The Spinal CordChapter 9.3 - The BrainChapter 9.4 - Integrated Cns Function: Involuntary Movement Through ReflexesChapter 9.5 - Integrated Cns Function: Voluntary Motor ControlChapter 9.7 - Integrated Cns Function: SleepChapter 9.9 - Integrated Cns Function: Learning And MemoryChapter 10 - The Nervous System: Sensory SystemsChapter 10.1 - General Principles Of Sensory PhysiologyChapter 10.2 - The Somatosensory SystemChapter 10.3 - VisionChapter 10.4 - The Ear And HearingChapter 10.5 - The Ear And EquilibriumChapter 10.7 - OlfactionChapter 11 - The Nervous System: Autonomic And Motor SystemsChapter 11.1 - The Autonomic Nervous systemChapter 11.2 - The Somatic Nervous systemChapter 12 - Muscle PhysiologyChapter 12.1 - Skeletal Muscle StructureChapter 12.2 - The Mechanism Of Force Generation In MuscleChapter 12.3 - The Mechanics Of Skeletal Muscle ContractionChapter 12.4 - Skeletal Muscle MetabolismChapter 12.5 - Control Of Skeletal Muscle activityChapter 12.6 - Smooth And Cardiac MuscleChapter 13 - The Cardiovascular System: Cardiac FunctionChapter 13.1 - An Overview Of The Cardiovascular SystemChapter 13.2 - The Path Of Blood Flow Through The Heart And VasculatureChapter 13.3 - Anatomy Of The HeartChapter 13.4 - Electrical Activity Of The HeartChapter 13.5 - The Cardiac CycleChapter 13.6 - Cardiac Output And Its controlChapter 14 - The Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels, Blood Flow, And blood PressureChapter 14.1 - Physical Laws Governing Blood Flow And Blood PressureChapter 14.3 - ArteriesChapter 14.4 - ArteriolesChapter 14.5 - Capillaries And VenulesChapter 14.6 - VeinsChapter 14.8 - Mean Arterial Pressure And Its RegulationChapter 14.9 - Other Cardiovascular Regulatory ProcessesChapter 15 - The Cardiovascular System: BloodChapter 15.3 - ErythrocytesChapter 15.4 - LeukocytesChapter 16 - The Respiratory System: Pulmonary VentilationChapter 16.2 - Anatomy Of The Respiratory SystemChapter 16.3 - Forces For Pulmonary VentilationChapter 16.4 - Factors Affecting Pulmonary VentilationChapter 16.5 - Clinical Significance Of Respiratory Volumes And Air FlowsChapter 17 - The Respiratory System: Gas Exchange And Regulation Of BreathingChapter 17.2 - Diffusion Of GasesChapter 17.3 - Exchange Of Oxygen And Carbon DioxideChapter 17.4 - Transport Of Gases In The BloodChapter 17.5 - Central Regulation Of ventilationChapter 17.6 - Control Of Ventilation By ChemoreceptorsChapter 17.7 - Local Regulation Of Ventilation And PerfusionChapter 17.8 - The Respiratory System In Acid-base HomeostasisChapter 18 - The Urinary System: Renal FunctionChapter 18.2 - Anatomy Of The Urinary SystemChapter 18.3 - Basic Renal Exchange ProcessesChapter 18.5 - ExcretionChapter 19 - The Urinary System: Fluid And Electrolyte BalanceChapter 19.2 - Water BalanceChapter 19.3 - Sodium BalanceChapter 19.5 - Calcium BalanceChapter 19.6 - Interactions Between Fluid And Electrolyte RegulationChapter 19.7 - Acid-base BalanceChapter 20 - The Gastrointestinal SystemChapter 20.2 - Functional Anatomy Of The Gastrointestinal SystemChapter 20.3 - Digestion And Absorption Of Nutrients And WaterChapter 20.4 - General Principles Of Gastrointestinal RegulationChapter 20.5 - Gastrointestinal Secretion And Its RegulationChapter 20.6 - Gastrointestinal Motility And Its RegulationChapter 21 - The Endocrine System: Regulation Of Energy Metabolism And GrowthChapter 21.3 - Energy BalanceChapter 21.4 - Energy Metabolism During The Absorptive And Postabsorptive StatesChapter 21.5 - Regulation Of Absorptive And Postabsorptive MetabolismChapter 21.7 - Hormonal Regulation Of GrowthChapter 21.9 - GlucocorticoidsChapter 22 - The Reproductive SystemChapter 22.1 - An Overview Of Reproductive PhysiologyChapter 22.2 - The Male Reproductive SystemChapter 22.3 - The Female Reproductive SystemChapter 22.4 - Fertilization, Implantation, And PregnancyChapter 22.5 - Parturition And LactationChapter 23 - The Immune SystemChapter 23.1 - Anatomy Of The Immune SystemChapter 23.2 - Pathogens That Activate The Immune ResponseChapter 23.3 - Organization Of The Body’s DefensesChapter 23.4 - Humoral ImmunityChapter 23.5 - Cell-mediated ImmunityChapter 23.6 - Immune Responses In Health And DiseaseChapter 24 - Diabetes MellitusChapter 24.1 - Classification Of Diabetes MellitusChapter 24.2 - Acute Effects Of Diabetes MellitusChapter 24.3 - Chronic Complications Of Diabetes Mellitus: Early StagesChapter 24.4 - Chronic Complications Of Diabetes Mellitus: Advanced StagesChapter 24.5 - Progression Of Diabetes Mellitus To Critical StatesChapter 24.6 - Delayed Wound HealingChapter 24.7 - Treatment And Management Of Diabetes MellitusChapter 24.8 - Current Research On Diabetes Mellitus

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