Basic Concepts in Physiology: A Student's Survival Guide

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McGraw Hill, 2002 - Science - 234 pages
A PROVEN METHOD FOR LEARNING THE MOST. DIFFICULT-TO-UNDERSTAND CONCEPTS IN PHYSIOLOGY.
* Organizes and condenses the key topics in physiology.
* Eliminates rote memorization of complicated facts.
* Presents difficult concepts in understandable steps.
* Reinforces key concepts and definitions.
* Allows you to assess your individual competency level and study needs.
* Expedites learning with summary boxes, flowcharts, and diagrams that speed review and highlight key points.

. FINALLY! A STUDY SYSTEM THAT SETS PRIORITIES, MINIMIZES MEMORIZATION, AND REDUCES STRESS!. .

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Contents

Characteristics of Homeostasis
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Electrical Properties of the Cell
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Peripheral Nervous System
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