Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach / Edition 1by Dee Unglaub Silverthorn
Pub. Date: 08/28/1997
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
This sense of wonderment and exploration that fuels Dee Silverthorn's interactive, case-oriented classes has given birth to the second edition of her innovative text, Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach. As in the first edition of her text, Silverthorn goes beyond simply presenting the materialshe asks her readers to experience physiology/i>… See more details below
This sense of wonderment and exploration that fuels Dee Silverthorn's interactive, case-oriented classes has given birth to the second edition of her innovative text, Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach. As in the first edition of her text, Silverthorn goes beyond simply presenting the materialshe asks her readers to experience physiology and understand the themes that drive the complexities of our bodies.
Familiar active learning and integration features from the first edition include:
- Macro-to-micro artwork from the team of William Ober, M.D. and Claire Garrison, R.N.
- Anatomy Summaries that provide an illustrated anatomical overview.
- Chapter outlines and chapter summaries
- Running ProblemsExtended problems that ask, "How does the material apply to life situations?"
- Integrated chaptersCoordinate the information and form a more complete understanding.
- Reflex pathways and concept mappingOrganize themes and coordinate the details.
- Graphing questionsQuestions to help you practice reading and interpreting graphs.
Additional learning features added for this edition:
- Diabetes BoxesUsing diabetes as an extended example of physiological integration, select chapters have Diabetes Boxes that highlight the effect of diabetes on body systems.
- Active learning through mediaMediaLabs promote active learning focused on Internet exploration. Readers are directed, via the free Silverthorn Website, to gatherinformation that applies to the problem at hand.
- Increased focus on quantitative problem-solvingThe three-level learning system from the first edition has now become four levels, with the new Level Four end-of-chapter questions focusing specifically on quantitative problems.
Come see for yourself why Silverthorn's Human Physiology has everyone talking. To find out more about the book and its supplements, look inside to the Owner's Manual on page vi.
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Table of Contents
|Unit I||Basic Cell Processes: Integration and Coordination|
|Ch. 1||Introduction to Physiology||1|
|Ch. 2||Atoms, Ions, and Molecules||13|
|Ch. 3||Cells and Tissues||40|
|Ch. 4||Cellular Metabolism||72|
|Ch. 5||Membrane Dynamics||107|
|Unit II||Homeostasis and Control|
|Ch. 6||Communication, Integration, and Homeostasis||146|
|Ch. 7||Introduction to the Endocrine System||173|
|Ch. 8||The Nervous System||201|
|Ch. 9||The Central Nervous System||235|
|Ch. 10||Sensory Physiology||263|
|Ch. 11||Efferent Peripheral Nervous System: The Autonomic and Somatic Motor Divisions||307|
|Ch. 13||Integrative Physiology I: Control of Body Movement||362|
|Unit III||Integration of Function|
|Ch. 14||Cardiovascular Physiology||383|
|Ch. 15||Blood Flow and the Control of Blood Pressure||423|
|Ch. 17||Respiratory Physiology||474|
|Ch. 18||The Kidneys||518|
|Ch. 19||Integrative Physiology II: Fluid and Electrolyte Balance||543|
|Unit IV||Metabolism, Growth, and Aging|
|Ch. 21||Endocrine Control of Metabolism and Growth||611|
|Ch. 22||The Immune System||654|
|Ch. 23||Integrative Physiology III: Exercise||684|
|Ch. 24||Reproduction and Development||698|
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