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Introduction The Physical and Chemical Background of Physiology
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abnormal activity afferent alkali amino-acids animal arteries auricles auricular beat bile bladder blood flow blood pressure blood vessels body brain calcium called capillaries carbohydrate carbon dioxide cardiac cause cent central nervous system changes clotting condition contains contraction corpus luteum cortex decrease dextrose diastolic digestion disease duct duodenum esophagus fatty acids function gallbladder gastric gastro-intestinal tract glands glycogen heart rate heat hemoglobin hormone increase intestine juice kidney lesion liver lobe lungs medulla membrane metabolic molecule movements muscle muscular nerve fibers normal occur organ ovum oxidation oxygen pancreas pancreatic parasympathetic pass patient peristalsis peristaltic wave Physiology plasma present produced protein pulse red cells reflex relaxation removed respiration respiratory result retina salts secretion sensations sensory nerves skin sphincter spinal cord stimulation stomach structure substances supply sympathetic systole temperature thorax thyroid tion tube urine usually valves vasoconstrictor veins venous ventricles ventricular vitamin