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Berne & Levy principles of physiology
[editors] Matthew N. Levy, Bruce A. Stanton, Bruce M. Koeppen.

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  • Berne and Levy principles of physiology
  • Principles of physiology
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  • ISBN: 0323031951
  • OCLC Number: 57341995
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  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents

Ch. 12. Skeletal muscle -- Ch. 13. Cardiac muscle -- Ch. 14. Smooth muscle -- Pt. 4. Cardiovascular system / Matthew N. Levy and Achilles Pappano -- Ch. 15. Overview of the circulation, blood, and hemostasis -- Ch. 16. Electrical activity of the heart -- Ch. 17. Natural excitation of the heart -- Ch. 18. Cardiac pump -- Ch. 19. Regulation of the heartbeat -- Ch. 20. Hemodynamics -- Ch. 21. Arterial system -- Ch. 22. Microcirculation and lymphatics -- Ch. 23. Peripheral circulation and its control -- Ch. 24. Control of cardiac output : coupling of the heart and blood vessels -- Ch. 25. Special circulations --Ch. 26. Interplay of central and peripheral factors in control of the circulation -- Pt. 5. Respiratory system / Michelle M. Cloutier and Roger S. Thrall -- Ch. 27. Overview of the respiratory system -- Ch. 28. Mechanical properties of the lung and chest wall -- Ch. 29. Ventilation, perfusion, and their relationship -- Ch. 30. Oxygen and carbon dioxide transport -- Ch. 31. Control of respiration -- Ch. 32. Nonrespiratory functions of the lung -- Pt. 6. Digestive system / Howard C. Kutchai -- Ch. 33. Motility of the gastrointestinal tract -- Ch. 34. Gastrointestinal secretions -- Ch. 35. Digestion and absorption --Ch. 47. Adrenal cortex -- Ch. 48. Adrenal medulla -- Ch. 49. Overview of reproductive function -- Ch. 50. Male reproduction -- Ch. 51. Female reproduction.Pt. 1. Cell physiology / Howard C. Kutchai -- Ch. 1. Cellular membranes and transmembrane transport of solutes and water -- Ch. 2. Ionic equilibria and resting membrane potentials -- Ch. 3. Generation and conduction of action potentials -- Ch. 4. Synaptic transmission -- Ch. 5. Membrane receptors, second messengers, and signal-transduction pathways -- Pt. 2. Nervous system / William D. Willis, Jr. -- Ch. 6. Cellular organization -- Ch. 7. General sensory system -- Ch. 8. Special senses -- Ch. 9. Motor system -- Ch. 10. Autonomic nervous system and its control -- Ch. 11. Higher functions of the nervous system -- Pt. 3. Muscle / James Watras --Pt. 7. Renal system / Bruce M. Koeppen and Bruce A. Stanton -- Ch. 36. Elements of renal function -- Ch. 37. Solute and water transport along the nephron : tubular function -- Ch. 38. Control of body fluid osmolality and extracelluar fluid volume -- Ch. 39. Potassium, calcium, and phosphate homeostasis -- Ch. 40. Role of the kidneys in acid-base balance -- Pt. 8. Endocrine system / Saul M. Genuth -- Ch. 41. General principles of endocrine physiology -- Ch. 42. Whole-body metabolism -- Ch. 43. Hormones of the pancreatic islets -- Ch. 44. Endocrine regulation of the metabolism of calcium and phosphate -- Ch. 45. Hypothalamus and pituitary gland -- Ch. 46. Thyroid gland --
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