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  1. BRS Physiology (Board Review Series) by Linda S. Costanzo, 2010-07-30
  2. Physiology: with STUDENT CONSULT Online Access (Costanzo Physiology) by Linda S. Costanzo PhD, 2009-12-14
  3. Anatomy and Physiology for Dummies by Donna Rae Siegfried, 2002-05-01
  4. Physiology Coloring Book, The (2nd Edition) by Wynn Kapit, Robert I. Macey, et all 1999-10-03
  5. Principles of Anatomy and Physiology (Tortora,Principles of Anatomy and Physiology) by Gerard J. Tortora, Bryan H. Derrickson, 2008-04-02
  6. Respiratory Physiology: The Essentials (Point (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins)) by John B. West, 2008-01-03
  7. Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology with Essentials of InterActive Physiology CD-ROM (9th Edition) by Elaine N. Marieb, 2008-01-13
  8. Essentials of Anatomy And Physiology by Valerie C. Scanlon, Tina Sanders, 2006-09-29
  9. Anatomy and Physiology (Cliffs Quick Review) by Phillip E. Pack Ph.D., 2001-06-15
  10. Anatomy & Physiology Coloring Workbook: A Complete Study Guide (9th Edition) by Elaine N. Marieb, 2008-01-12
  11. Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology: with STUDENT CONSULT Online Access (Guyton Physiology) by John E. Hall PhD, 2010-06-15
  12. Guyton and Hall Physiology Review (Guyton Physiology) by John Hall, 2005-10-12
  13. Human Anatomy And Physiology by Elaine Nicpon Marieb, Katja Hoehn, 2006-05-30
  14. Human Anatomy and Physiology with Interactive Physiology 10-System Suite, 8th Edition by Elaine N. Marieb, Katja Hoehn, 2010-01-10

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2. Plant Physiology Online
An online companion to Plant physiology, Third Edition by Lincoln Taiz and Eduardo Zeiger. Includes Essays, Topics in Plant physiology, Study Questions and Further Readings.
Select Chapter Contents for All Chapters 1. Plant Cells 2. Energy and Enzymes 3. Water and Plant Cells 4. Water Balance of Plants 5. Mineral Nutrition 6. Solute Transport 7. Photosynthesis: The Light Reactions 8. Photosynthesis: Carbon Reactions 9. Photosynthesis: Physiological and Ecological Considerations 10. Translocation in the Phloem 11. Respiration and Lipid Metabolism 12. Assimilation of Mineral Nutrients 13. Secondary Metabolites and Plant Defense 14. Gene Expression and Signal Transduction 15. Cell Walls: Structure, Biogenesis and Expansion 16. Growth and Development 17. Phytochrome and Light Control of Plant Development 18. Blue-Light Responses: Stomatal Movements and Morphogenesis 19. Auxin: The Growth Hormone 20. Gibberellins: Regulators of Plant Height 21. Cytokinins: Regulators of Cell Division 22. Ethylene: The Gaseous Hormone 23. Abscisic Acid: A Seed Maturation and Anti-Stress Signal 24. The Control of Flowering 25. Stress Physiology ABOUT THIS SITE ABOUT THE BOOK HELP CORRECTIONS

3. Salamander Physiology Research
Student research on metabolism and evaporative water loss on several salamander species of north america including lunged and lungless
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Salamanders used in this study, from top, down, clockwise: Spotted Salamander, Redback Salamander, Two-line Salamander and left, Mountain Dusky Salamander

4. Muscle Physiology - Home Page
Muscle physiology and its study at UCSD.
Welcome to the Muscle Physiology Laboratory . We are part of the Departments of Orthopaedics Bioengineering and the Biomedical Sciences Group at the University of California, San Diego The Muscle Physiology Laboratory
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5. Baer's Physiology Site
Very educational human physiology site containing online lectures, slides, computerized clinical cases, and other informative features for physiology students and health professionals.
The KCOM Physiology Faculty Welcomes you Communicator Send comments to: Robert W. Baer, Ph.D.

6. Manis Lab - UNC Chapel Hill (USA)
Cellular basis of information processing in the auditory system. Potassium channels, modeling, synaptic transmission, and dendritic integration.
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To the immediate left is a schematic rendering of part of the circuit of the dorsal cochlear nucleus, looking en face at an isofrequency sheet (top), and looking down from the top of the nucleus at 3 such sheets (bottom). Pyramidal cells are blue, carwheel cells red, stellate cells grey, vertical cells green, and granule cells brown.
The far left image is a dorsal cochlear nucleus pyramidal cell in a brain slice, filled with AlexaFluor 488, and digitally reconstructed. Electrical activity of the cell, and currents through channels are also shown. What do we do? Our laboratory is interested in the mechanisms that the nervous system uses to process sensory information. For example, what makes auditory neurons uniquely suited to the tasks that they must accomplish? What kinds of synaptic and ionic mechanisms normally operate, and what kinds of plasticity are present in the system? Other studies We recently have begun studying the effects of different forms of deafness on central auditory processing mechanisms. Cells in the nervous system sense their inputs and their own activity, and can respond by changing the proteins that they make and use. This can affect information processing.

7. Journal Of Applied Physiology
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8. The American Physiological Society
Women in physiology/Women in Pharmacology Mentoring Workshop on Managing a Laboratory. Careers in physiology Symposium

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10. What Is Physiology? - Undergraduate
What is physiology? physiology is the study of life, specifically, how cells, tissues, and organisms function.

11. The Journal Of Physiology Online
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12. Eaton-Peabody Laboratory Of Auditory Physiology
A consortium between the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, the Research Laboratory of Electronics at M.I.T, Harvard Medical School, and the Massachusetts General Hospital. Its charter is basic research in Auditory physiology.

A detailed and referenced opinion on copper nutrition and physiology as they pertain to hemorrhoids, slipped discs, aneurisms, emphysema, infection, arthritis, and maybe gray hair.
by Charles Weber This is a discussion of copper physiology and nutrition especially as pertaining to treatment of arthritis, hemorrhoids, emphysema, anemia, and maybe gray hair. Page 1. - copper physiology, elastin tissue, copper enzymes, diabetes, potassium, superoxide, cortisol and corticosterone. Page 2. - cortisol, ceruloplasmin, copper in the diet. Page 3. - copper sources, milk, copper for babies, interfering food, copper toxicity, affect on society. Potassium nutrition sites are shown at end of article. If you do not know the meaning of a word in this article, for a definition click on (Mirriam-Webster). For unknown words also see the On-Line Medical Dictionary See this site (for a summary of potassium and copper nutrition) INTRODUCTION I have previously proposed that rheumatoid arthritis is accentuated by losses of potassium in our food supply and is largely a chronic potassium deficiency [Weber 1974] which causes alterations inside the cell of free amino acids [Iacobellis], interference by sodium with enzymes inside the cell as a result of the increased sodium there [Rubini], alterations of the potassium-sodium regulating hormone patterns which then affect other physiological processes, or some combination of these. I have come to believe that a disturbance of copper metabolism is the most serious symptom of these other processes. The aspect of copper physiology which is most potentially dangerous is its role in activating lysyl oxidase, the enzyme which cross links collagen and elastin connecting tissue [Sandberg, et al]. Copper's effect on elastin is especially important because elastin gains its strength primarily from cross linking [Carnes1971(discusses copper aminases)] and because elastin is the main material of several important organs, which include blood vessels, spinal discs, lungs, and skin [Carnes, 1977]. 4 to 6 of 100 Americans autopsied died of a ruptured aneurysm and 40% of them had unruptured aneurysms [from a dead URL]. This relationship may be a large part of the reduction in aneurysms which increased potassium produces.

14. American Journal Of Physiology
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15. The Journal Of Physiology Online
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16. Botanisches Institut Basel - Botanical Institute Basel - Hebelstrasse
This sections contains research groups working on ethylene, mycorrhiza, fructans and other areas.
Research topics: News Ecology of Arbuscular Mycorrhiza Publications Ectomycorrhiza ... RNA Signaling in Plants
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17. Welcome To The Anatomy Physiology Place!
Human Anatomy physiology, 6/E Elaine N. Marieb ISBN 08053-5462-X Anatomy and physiology, 2/E Elaine N. Marieb ISBN 0-8053-5912-5

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19. Cochlear Fluids Lab - Washington University
Studies in this laboratory are directed towards systemlevel physiology of the cochlea.
Cochlear Fluids Research Laboratory
Alec N. Salt, Ph.D.
Department of Otolaryngology
Washington University School of Medicine
St. Louis, Missouri, 63110, USA
The Cochlear Fluids
The cochlea is the portion of the inner ear that is responsible for hearing. This picture shows a cochlea in which the fluid spaces were filled with colored latex and then the bony walls were dissected away. We used orange latex to fill the perilymphatic spaces, and dark blue to fill the endolymphatic space. The spiral, snail-like arrangement of the cochlear fluid spaces is clearly seen.
A Pictorial Guide to the Inner Ear
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Washington University Cochlear Fluids Simulator
Introduction to the Fluids Simulator Program Downloading, Installation and Operating Instructions Download Latest Simulator Program V 1.6h, April 28, 2003 (1.7 Mb zip file) If you have an earlier version of the FLUID SIMULATOR on your machine
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Cochlear Distortion Simulator
Introduction to the Distortion Simulation Program Downloading, Installation and Operating Instructions

20. Human Anatomy Online
Factfilled tour of the human body for students in middle school and above.

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