Textbook of Veterinary Physiology
James G. Cunningham
Saunders, Jan 1, 1997 - Veterinary physiology - 683 pages
This textbook encompasses all aspects of systemic physiology, as well as physiological principles and concepts. Written in a concise format, the book includes clinical correlations to demonstrate the practical application of concepts. This edition features a chapter on male reproductive physiology, as well as expanded coverage of blood in the cardiovascular section. There is also new coverage of avian physiology in the Renal and Gastrointestinal sections. Chapter outlines, practice questions, and brief bibliographies for each chapter are intended to be helpful to students.
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