Fundamentals of human physiology

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McGraw-Hill, 2009 - Medical - 449 pages
"Fundamentals of Human Physiology" was conceived to meet the needs of students and professors struggling with the complexity and depth of the larger, more detailed human physiology textbooks currently available. In addition to being more concise and focusing on the basics of human physiology, this text is smaller in physical size, allowing for a cheaper, easier choice for instructors.

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Contents

Introduction to Human Physiology
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The Science of Physiology
2
Carbohydrates and Lipids Have Different Characteristics
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About the author (2009)

Stuart Fox is a professor at Pierce College in Los Angeles. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California in Medical Physiology. In addition to his work on this text, he is the co-author of Concepts of Human A&P, Synopsis of Anatomy & Physiology, several lab manuals, and numerous research papers.

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