By Ethel Sloane
This remarkable textual content, awarded in a different define structure, is designed to assist scholars specialise in the center proof of anatomy and body structure with no getting slowed down by means of extra info. it will probably function both a fundamental textual content in a path or as a significant other to a extra designated anatomy and body structure quantity.
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This book is designed to help students (and instructors) wend their way through the vast and complex amount of information in the textbooks by presenting the core facts of anatomy and physiology in outline form. The treatment of the material, although it is condensed, is comprehensive and up to date. The book includes, in abbreviated form, all of the concepts in approximately the same sequence as those in the major anatomy and physiology texts on the market. The outline format, however, eliminates lengthy descriptions.
Magnification of over 1,000,000 is possible with some electron microscopes. (2) In a scanning electron microscope (SEM), the beam of electrons scans the surface of the specimen and provides a three-dimensional image. d. Cytology is the microscopic study of the structure of individual cells. e. Embryology and fetology is the study of growth and development from conception to birth. Page 2 f. Developmental anatomy is the study of growth and differentiation of structures throughout the life span of an organism.
E. Atoms. An atom is the smallest unit of an element that retains its unique chemical properties. 1. Atomic structure. , protons, electrons, and neutrons), which differ in mass, electrical charge, and position in the atom. Protons and neutrons are located in the atomic nucleus; electrons move around the nucleus in an electron field. a. A proton carries one unit of a positive electrical charge. b. A neutron is an uncharged particle with about the same mass as a proton. Protons and neutrons make up most of the mass of an atom and are located in the atomic nucleus.
Anatomy and Physiology: An Easy Learner by Ethel Sloane