Color Atlas of Human Body by Adolf Faller, Michael Schuenke

By Adolf Faller, Michael Schuenke

The elemental rules of the anatomy and body structure of the human physique are provided in easy-to-read language with sincerely built-in textual content and four-color illustrations.
Full attention is given to the pursuits of varied disciplines within the healthiness care field.
The contents of the e-book were up to date. all the chapters were multiplied and partly rewritten, rather the following:
- Biology of the mobile (updated and expanded)
- Genetics and Evolution (new)
- Musculoskeletal procedure (17 new illustrations)
- center and Vascular procedure (new, clearer organization)
- Blood, Immune approach and Lymphatic Organs (detailed insurance of the immune process, in accordance with the most recent discoveries)
- Endocrine Organs (updated with many new illustrations)
- Digestive method (completely revised, together with new sections on Antioxidants and Medicinal Herbs
- copy, improvement and start (with new, specific insurance of the fertilization process)
- significant and Peripheral apprehensive approach (blood provide to the mind has been added)
A overall of fifty one new illustrations were further, and so on were revised.
Other new good points are the precis on the finish of every bankruptcy, which experiences the bankruptcy contents; the designated desk of Contents before everything of every bankruptcy; and the fold-out colour plate of an absolutely categorized skeleton.

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12b). Exchange of Materials between the Cell and Its Environment Substance exchange 25 Skin Lung Cell (Intracellularspace) Cell Unicellular organism Primal ocean a Kidney Blood vessels Interstitial space b Extrace llular space Digestive tract Fig. 12 a, b The environment (milieu) in which the cell lives. (After Silbernagel) a Unicellular organism: Interaction between the first cells and their environment—the primal ocean, a milieu distinguished by its constant composition b Human: Cells in a multicellular organism are bathed in extracellular fluid, the volume of which is distinctly smaller than that of the fluid inside the cell.

Glucose and amino acids in the cells of the intestinal mucosa) and ions (Fig. 14). Osmosis and Osmotic Pressure When two solutions containing different concentrations of the same solute are separated by a partly permeable membrane, a so-called semipermeable membrane, osmosis can take place. In osmosis the semipermeable membrane allows the solvent, but not the solute, to pass. Water diffuses through the membrane toward the solution of higher concentration, until equilibrium is attained. During this process the volume of the side that initially contained the higher concentration increases (Fig.

They are the preconditions for physiological renewal of cells and lead to regeneration of tissues after injury. With the exception of a few Cell Division (Mitosis) T A G T Original AT G G C C A Original C G T AT G C C T G AT T A C G G C A A C A G C G C T T T C A C 19 Fig. 9 Double helix of DNA and its duplication (replication). The double strand of DNA splits like a zipper and forms two new, completely identical DNA molecules. The original strands are shown in blue, the new ones in pink (the sugar−acid phosphate chain is shown as a band; A = adenine, C = cytosine, G = guanine, T = thymine; free nucleotide groups are marked by arrows) (After Hadorn and Wehner) G G G G TA TA A T New New A T T T A A T A TA AT AT T A T A T A T A cells (nerve cells, and cardiac and skeletal muscle cells), the ability to divide is maintained throughout the life cycle, though it varies among cells.

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