Color atlas of physiology
The 4th English edition has been thoroughly revised in terms of content & organization of the didactic material & visual format. The extensive introductory chapter focuses on aspects of cytophysiology. Due to the considerably expanded text & improved illustrative material, functional connections are easily recognized; new concepts & current advances in research are taken fully into account.
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The Role of Ca2+ Ions in the Regulation of Cellular Processes
Propagation of the Action Potential in Nerve Fibers
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