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This text is written for the two semester anatomy & physiology course. Seeley’s A&P writing is comprehensive, providing the depth necessary for those courses not requiring prerequisites, and yet, is presented with such clarity that it nicely balances the thorough coverage. Clear descriptions and exceptional illustrations combine to help students develop a firm understanding of the concepts of anatomy and physiology and to teach them how to use that information. Great care has been taken to select important concepts and to perfectly describe the anatomy of cells, organs, and organ systems. To emphasize the concepts of anatomy and physiology, the Seeley A&P authors provide explanations of how the systems respond to aging, changes in physical activity, and disease, with a special focus on homeostasis and the regulatory mechanisms that maintain it. This text has more clinical content than any other A & P book on the market.

Table of contents :
Cover
Title
Copyright
Brief Contents
Contents
PART 1 Organization of the Human Body
1 The Human Organism
1.1 Anatomy and Physiology
1.2 Structural and Functional Organization of the Human Body
1.3 Characteristics of Life
1.4 Biomedical Research
1.5 Homeostasis
1.6 Terminology and the Body Plan
2 The Chemical Basis of Life
2.1 Basic Chemistry
2.2 Chemical Reactions and Energy
2.3 Inorganic Chemistry
2.4 Organic Chemistry
3 Cell Biology
3.1 Functions of the Cell
3.2 How We See Cells
3.3 Plasma Membrane
3.4 Membrane Lipids
3.5 Membrane Proteins
3.6 Movement Through the Plasma Membrane
3.7 Cytoplasm
3.8 The Nucleus and Cytoplasmic Organelles
3.9 Genes and Gene Expression
3.10 Cell Cycle
3.11 Cellular Aspects of Aging
4 Tissues
4.1 Tissues and Histology
4.2 Embryonic Tissue
4.3 Epithelial Tissue
4.4 Connective Tissue
4.5 Muscle Tissue
4.6 Nervous Tissue
4.7 Tissue Membranes
4.8 Tissue Damage and Inflammation
4.9 Tissue Repair
4.10 Effects of Aging on Tissues
PART 2 Support and Movement
5 Integumentary System
5.1 Functions of the Integumentary System
5.2 Skin
5.3 Subcutaneous Tissue
5.4 Accessory Skin Structures
5.5 Physiology of the Integumentary System
5.6 Burns
5.7 Effects of Aging on the Integumentary System
6 Skeletal System: Bones and Bone Tissue
6.1 Functions of the Skeletal System
6.2 Cartilage
6.3 Bone Histology
6.4 Bone Anatomy
6.5 Bone Development
6.6 Bone Growth
6.7 Bone Remodeling
6.8 Bone Fracture Classification and Repair
6.9 Calcium Homeostasis
6.10 Effects of Aging on the Skeletal System
7 Skeletal System: Gross Anatomy
7.1 Skeletal Anatomy Overview
7.2 Axial Skeleton
7.3 Appendicular Skeleton
8 Joints and Movement
8.1 Classes of Joints
8.2 Types of Movement
8.3 Range of Motion
8.4 Description of Selected Joints
8.5 Effects of Aging on the Joints
9 Muscular System: Histology and Physiology
9.1 Functions of the Muscular System
9.2 General Properties of Muscle Tissue
9.3 Skeletal Muscle Anatomy
9.4 Skeletal Muscle Fiber Physiology
9.5 Whole Skeletal Muscle Physiology
9.6 Muscle Fiber Types
9.7 Energy Sources for Muscle Contraction
9.8 Smooth Muscle
9.9 Cardiac Muscle
9.10 Effects of Aging on Skeletal Muscle
10 Muscular System: Gross Anatomy
10.1 General Principles of Skeletal Muscle Anatomy
10.2 Head and Neck Muscles
10.3 Trunk Muscles
10.4 Upper Limb Muscles
10.5 Lower Limb Muscles
PART 3 Integration and Control Systems
11 Functional Organization of Nervous Tissue
11.1 Functions of the Nervous System
11.2 Divisions of the Nervous System
11.3 Cells of the Nervous System
11.4 Organization of Nervous Tissue
11.5 Electrical Signals
11.6 The Synapse
11.7 Neuronal Pathways and Circuits
12 Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves
12.1 Spinal Cord
12.2 Reflexes
12.3 Spinal Nerves
13 Brain and Cranial Nerves
13.1 Development of the Brain
13.2 Brainstem
13.3 Cerebellum
13.4 Diencephalon
13.5 Cerebrum
13.6 Meninges, Ventricles, and Cerebrospinal Fluid
13.7 Blood Supply to the Brain
13.8 Cranial Nerves
14 Integration of Nervous System Functions
14.1 Sensation
14.2 Control of Skeletal Muscles
14.3 Brainstem Functions
14.4 Higher Brain Functions
14.5 Effects of Aging on the Nervous System
15 The Special Senses
15.1 Olfaction
15.2 Taste
15.3 Visual System
15.4 Hearing and Balance
15.5 Effects of Aging on the Special Senses
16 Autonomic Nervous System
16.1 Overview of the Autonomic Nervous System
16.2 Contrasting the Somatic and Autonomic Nervous Systems
16.3 Anatomy of the Autonomic Nervous System
16.4 Physiology of the Autonomic Nervous System
16.5 Regulation of the Autonomic Nervous System
16.6 Functional Generalizations About the Autonomic Nervous System
17 Functional Organization of the Endocrine System
17.1 Principles of Chemical Communication
17.2 Hormones
17.3 Control of Hormone Secretion
17.4 Hormone Receptors and Mechanisms of Action
18 Endocrine Glands
18.1 Overview of the Endocrine System
18.2 Pituitary Gland and Hypothalamus
18.3 Thyroid Gland
18.4 Parathyroid Glands
18.5 Adrenal Glands
18.6 Pancreas
18.7 Hormonal Regulation of Nutrient Utilization
18.8 Hormones of the Reproductive System
18.9 Hormones of the Pineal Gland
18.10 Other Hormones and Chemical Messengers
18.11 Effects of Aging on the Endocrine System
PART 4 Regulation and Maintenance
19 Cardiovascular System: Blood
19.1 Functions of Blood
19.2 Composition of Blood
19.3 Plasma
19.4 Formed Elements
19.5 Hemostasis
19.6 Blood Grouping
19.7 Diagnostic Blood Tests
20 Cardiovascular System: The Heart
20.1 Functions of the Heart
20.2 Size, Shape, and Location of the Heart
20.3 Anatomy of the Heart
20.4 Route of Blood Flow Through the Heart
20.5 Histology
20.6 Electrical Properties
20.7 Cardiac Cycle
20.8 Mean Arterial Blood Pressure
20.9 Regulation of the Heart
20.10 The Heart and Homeostasis
20.11 Effects of Aging on the Heart
21 Cardiovascular System: Blood Vessels and Circulation
21.1 Functions of the Circulatory System
21.2 Structural Features of Blood Vessels
21.3 Pulmonary Circulation
21.4 Systemic Circulation: Arteries
21.5 Systemic Circulation: Veins
21.6 Dynamics of Blood Circulation
21.7 Physiology of the Systemic Circulation
21.8 Control of Blood Flow in Tissues
21.9 Regulation of Mean Arterial Pressure
22 Lymphatic System and Immunity
22.1 Functions of the Lymphatic System
22.2 Anatomy of the Lymphatic System
22.3 Immunity
22.4 Innate Immunity
22.5 Adaptive Immunity
22.6 Acquired Adaptive Immunity
22.7 Overview of Immune Interactions
22.8 Immunotherapy
22.9 Effects of Aging on the Lymphatic System and Immunity
23 Respiratory System
23.1 Anatomy of the Respiratory System
23.2 Functions of the Respiratory System
23.3 Structures and Histology of the Respiratory Tract
23.4 Behavior of Gases
23.5 Physiology of the Respiratory System
23.6 Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Transport in the Blood
23.7 Regulation of Ventilation
23.8 Effects of Aging on the Respiratory System
24 Digestive System
24.1 Anatomy of the Digestive System
24.2 Functions of the Digestive System
24.3 Histology of the Digestive Tract
24.4 Regulation of the Digestive System
24.5 Peritoneum
24.6 Oral Cavity
24.7 Swallowing
24.8 Stomach
24.9 Small Intestine
24.10 Liver
24.11 Gallbladder
24.12 Pancreas
24.13 Large Intestine
24.14 Digestion and Absorption
24.15 Effects of Aging on the Digestive System
25 Nutrition, Metabolism, and Temperature Regulation
25.1 Nutrition
25.2 Metabolism
25.3 Carbohydrate Metabolism
25.4 Lipid Metabolism
25.5 Protein Metabolism
25.6 Interconversion of Nutrient Molecules
25.7 Metabolic States
25.8 Metabolic Rate
25.9 Body Temperature Regulation
26 Urinary System
26.1 Functions of the Urinary System
26.2 Kidney Anatomy and Histology
26.3 Urine Production
26.4 Regulation of Urine Concentration and Volume
26.5 Plasma Clearance and Tubular Maximum
26.6 Urine Movement
26.7 Effects of Aging on the Kidneys
27 Water, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance
27.1 Body Fluids
27.2 Regulation of Extracellular Fluid Composition
27.3 Regulation of Intracellular Fluid Composition
27.4 Regulation of Specific Electrolytes in the Extracellular Fluid
27.5 Regulation of Acid-Base Balance
PART 5 Reproduction and Development
28 Reproductive System
28.1 Functions of the Reproductive System
28.2 Meiosis
28.3 Anatomy of the Male Reproductive System
28.4 Physiology of Male Reproduction
28.5 Anatomy of the Female Reproductive System
28.6 Physiology of Female Reproduction
28.7 Effects of Aging on the Reproductive System
29 Development, Growth, Aging, and Genetics
29.1 Prenatal Development
29.2 Parturition
29.3 The Newborn
29.4 Lactation
29.5 First Year After Birth
29.6 Aging and Death
29.7 Genetics
Appendices
A: Periodic Table of the Elements
B: Selected Abbreviations, Prefixes, Suffixes, and Combining Forms
C: Genetic Code
D: Answers to Process Figure Questions
E: Answers to Odd-Numbered Predict Questions
F: Answers to Review and Comprehension Questions
G: Answers to Odd-Numbered Critical Thinking Questions
Online appendix E: Answers to Even-Numbered Predict Questions
Online appendix G: Answers to Even-Numbered Critical Thinking Questions
Glossary

Product information

Publisher‏:‎McGraw-Hill Education; 12th edition (February 4, 2019)
Language‏:‎English
Spiral-bound‏:‎576 pages
ISBN-10‏:‎1260399052
ISBN-13‏:‎978-1260399059
Item Weight‏:‎2.43 pounds
Dimensions‏:‎9.5 x 1 x 10.7 inches
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