Ganong's Review of Medical Physiology 25th Edition
McGraw Hill Professional, Aug 22, 2015 - Medical - 768 pages
The leading text on human physiology for more than four decades
For more than four decades, Ganong’s Review of Medical Physiology has been helping those in the medical field understand human and mammalian physiology. Applauded for its interesting and engagingly written style, Ganong’s concisely covers every important topic without sacrificing depth or readability and delivers more detailed, high-yield information per page than any other similar text or review.
Thoroughly updated to reflect the latest research and developments in important areas. Ganong’s Review of Medical Physiology incorporates examples from clinical medicine to illustrate important physiologic concepts.
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H O H H COH H–N R H N C Amino acid R H O H C N C H C O R Polypeptide
chain R=—(CH2)2 —COO–. residues are called peptides, chains containing
more than 10 but fewer than 100 amino acid residues are called polypeptides,
When carrier proteins move substances in the direction of their chemical or
electrical gradients, no energy input is required and the process is called
facilitated diffusion. Closed Ion Channel + + + + A typical example is glucose
transport by the ...
C) Some sensory neurons are in a subclass of bipolar cells called
pseudounipolar cells. As the cell develops, a single process splits into two, both
of which function as axons—one going to skin or muscle and another to the
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