Cell Physiology

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 8, 2010 - Medical - 256 pages
  • Audience: First and Second year medical students; and Allied Health students
  • Cell Physiology is essential for medical students as it is the basis for understanding the more complex physiology topics they will eventually need to learn
  • Emphasizes understanding key concepts rather than merely memorizing facts
  • Packed with self-study questions, explicit diagrams, and clinical examples
  • Current and up-to-date basic and clinical science concepts all medical students are required to know
 

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Chapter 1 Cellular Processes
1
Chapter 2 Cell Membranes
9
Chapter 3 Channels and the Control of Membrane Potential
40
Chapter 4 Sensory Generator Potentials
57
Chapter 5 Action Potentials
63
Chapter 6 Synapses
83
Chapter 7 Muscle
115
Answers to Study Questions
132
Practice Examination
136
Answers to Practice Examination
146
Index
147
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David Landowne, PhD is affiliated with the Department of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Miami.

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