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This text clearly explains veterinary physiological concepts in relation to underlying anatomical structures. Theoretical concepts are illustrated through clinical examples to ensure a clear understanding of the relevance of physiology to everyday clinical practice. A comprehensive glossary and many full-color illustrations make this text extremely accessible and user friendly. Plus, review questions and answers help readers assess their comprehension of the material.
• Explains the underlying anatomical structure of an animal, then goes on to explore the physiology of the individual body systems.
• Vital theory is linked to practice through the use of clinical examples.
• Comprehensive glossary provides definitions of difficult or unfamiliar terminology.
• Key information is highlighted in a second color for accessibility and ease of use.
• Includes review questions and answers for self-assessment.
1. Basic principles of living matter
2. Coordination and control
3. Support and movement
5. Attainment of nutrients and disposal of waste
7. Development and defense