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11th ed.
Philadelphia : Elsevier Saunders, c2006
xxxv, 1116 s. : il. ; 29 cm

ISBN 0-7216-0240-1 (váz.) ISBN !978-0-7216-0240-0 (chyb.)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS // UNIT I // Introduction to Physiology: The Cell and General Physiology // CHAPTER 1 // Functional Organization of the Human Body and Control of the “Internal Environment” 3 // Cells as the Living Units of the Body 3 // Extracellular Fluid—The “Internal Environment” 3 // “Homeostatic” Mechanisms of the Major Functional Systems 4 // Homeostasis 4 // Extracellular Fluid Transport and Mixing System—The Blood Circulatory System 4 // Origin of Nutrients in the Extracellular Fluid 5 // Removal of Metabolic End Products 5 // Regulation of Body Functions 5 // Reproduction 6 // Control Systems of the Body 6 // Examples of Control Mechanisms 6 // Characteristics of Control Systems Summary—Automaticity of the Body 9 // CHAPTER 2 // The Cell and Its Functions 11 // Organization of the Cell 11 // Physical Structure of the Cell 12 // Membranous Structures of the Cell 12 // Cytoplasm and Its Organelles 14 // Nucleus 17 // Nuclear Membrane 17 // Nucleoli and Formation of Ribosomes 18 // Comparison of the Animal Cell with Precellular Forms of Life 18 // Functional Systems of the Cell 19 // Ingestion by the Cell—Endocytosis 19 // Digestion of Pinocytotic and Phagocytic Foreign Substances Inside the Cell— // Function of the Lysosomes 20 // Synthesis and Formation of Cellular Structures by Endoplasmic Reticulum and Golgi Apparatus 20 // Extraction of Energy from Nutrients— // Function of the Mitochondria 22 // Locomotion of Cells 24 // Ameboid Movement 24
// Cilia and Ciliary Movement 24 // CHAPTER 3 // Genetic Control of Protein Synthesis, // Cell Function, and Cell Reproduction 27 // Genes in the Cell Nucleus 27 // Genetic Code 29 // The DNA Code in the Cell Nucleus Is Transferred to an RNA Code in the Cell Cytoplasm—The Process of Transcription 30 // Synthesis of RNA 30 // Assembly of the RNA Chain from Activated Nucleotides Using the DNA Strand as a Template—The Process of “Transcription” 31 // Messenger RNA—The Codons 31 // Transfer RNA—The Anticodons 32 // Ribosomal RNA 33 // Formation of Proteins on the Ribosomes— // The Process of “Translation” 33 // Synthesis of Other Substances in the Cell 35 // Control of Gene Function and Biochemical Activity in Cells 35 // Genetic Regulation 35 // Control of Intracellular Function by Enzyme Regulation 36 // The DNA-Genetic System Also Controls Cell Reproduction 37 // Cell Reproduction Begins with Replication of DNA 37 // Chromosomes and Their Replication 38 // Cell Mitosis 38 // Control of Cell Growth and Cell Reproduction 39 // Cell Differentiation 40 // Apoptosis—Programmed Cell Death 40 // Cancer 40 // UNIT II Membrane Physiology, Nerve, and Muscle // CHAPTER 4 // Transport of Substances Through the Cell Membrane 45 // The Lipid Barrier of the Cell Membrane, and Cell Membrane Transport Proteins 45 // Diffusion 46 // Diffusion Through the Cell Membrane 46 // Diffusion Through Protein Channels, and “Gating” of These Channels 47 // Facilitated Diffusion 49
Factors That Affect Net Rate of Diffusion 50 // Osmosis Across Selectively Permeable Membranes—“Net Diffusion” of Water 51 // “Active Transport” of Substances Through Membranes 52 // Primary Active Transport 53 // Secondary Active Transport—Co-Transport and Counter-Transport 54 // Active Transport Through Cellular Sheets 55 // Xlll

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