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View larger. Request a copy. Alternative formats. Carefully designed, full-color artwork guides students through complex systems and processes while in-text pedagogical tools help them learn and remember the material. The book includes the most up-to-date research on animal genetics and genomics, methods and models, and offers a diverse range of vertebrate and invertebrate examples, with a student-friendly writing style that is consistently clear and engaging.
Christopher Moyes and Patricia Schulte present animal physiology in a current, balanced, and accessible way that emphasizes the integration of physiological systems, an overarching evolutionary theme, and thorough coverage of the cellular and molecular basis of animal physiology. An emphasis on animal diversity and evolution highlights the diversity of physiological processes in animals, and places this diversity in its evolutionary context.
The integrative nature of animal physiology is shown through the integration of all levels of biological organization from molecules to cells to organisms. The dynamic nature of animal physiology is highlighted to show students that physiology is a dynamic and growing research area, and has medical, agricultural, or environmental applications.
Promoting effective learning is a key goal of the text, with several methods to help students get the most out of the course. Superior, innovative art program facilitates learning by guiding students through complex physiological systems and functions.
Part I. The Cellular Basis of Animal Physiology. Pearson offers special pricing when you package your text with other student resources. If you're interested in creating a cost-saving package for your students, contact your Pearson rep. We're sorry! We don't recognize your username or password. Please try again. The work is protected by local and international copyright laws and is provided solely for the use of instructors in teaching their courses and assessing student learning.
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If you're a student Alternative formats. Evolution and Diversity boxes link chapter content to the overarching theme of evolution. Several chapter-opening essays provide additional evolutionary context. Unique animal examples are drawn from both vertebrates and invertebrates for a varied representation of organisms.
Consistent attention to evolution emphasizes the importance of this process. Integrating Systems special sections at the end of each chapter in Part II describe how functions of specific physiological systems interact with other systems to meet environmental challenges.
Genetics and Genomics boxes examine the latest genetic research, especially as it relates to the evolution of animal physiological systems. Mathematical Underpinnings boxes allow students to read about the physics and mathematics underlying physiology without losing the thread of the narrative or getting bogged down in equations and quantitative material.
The endocrine system is discussed in relation to each organ system in the Part II chapters to show its integrated role in regulating each organ system. Methods and Model Systems boxes discuss experimentation and the use of model systems in animal physiology. Applications boxes show students how animal physiology is relevant to a variety of fields. Thorough, up-to-date coverage of the cellular and molecular basis of physiology provides a solid introduction to recent research developments.
Concept Check Questions appear throughout each chapter. Questions provide increasingly sophisticated and challenging ways for students to test their comprehension of important concepts.
Overview figures begin each chapter, helping encapsulate the key concepts of the chapter and providing a guide for review and self-study. Sentence-format headings enhance student comprehension and allow for efficient review.
Self-contained chapter reviewing chemistry, biochemistry, and cell physiology can be assigned or covered in class to address the needs of students with varying levels of science background. Anatomical art is used extensively to improve understanding of physiological processes in context. Flowcharts help students understand the dynamic and multilayered nature of physiological processes.
New to This Edition. Improved endocrine coverage includes enhanced and expanded endocrine content in Chapter 3 and a detailed chart listing the major hormone groups and examples of each group, helping students distinguish and study the different hormone groups without distracting from the flow of the narrative, which continues to integrate the endocrine system as it regulates other systems.
Revised Integrating Systems sections in Part II chapters discuss in greater detail how different physiological systems are integrated and interdependent.
Combined chapter reviews basic chemistry and cell physiology for students of various scientific backgrounds Chapter 2.
Focusing only on the chemistry and cell physiology needed for this course, this optional chapter offers a convenient reference for the student. Concept Check questions at key points in the chapter ask students to synthesize the material from multiple chapters. Quantitative Questions at the end of each chapter complement the existing review and synthesis questions.
These questions will ask students to work with data, charts, and graphs. Answers to end-of-chapter questions will be available on the companion website. Revised chapter summaries are now in a convenient bulleted format to help students study and quickly review main points of the chapter. For Further Reading sections at the end of each chapter keep students up-to-date on relevant research and open opportunities for further exploration.
Superior Art Program utilizing anatomical art, flowcharts, and "stepped" art figures guide students through complex physiological systems and functions. Table of Contents Part I. The Cellular Basis of Animal Physiology 1. Introduction to Physiological Principles 2.
Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Cell Physiology 3. Cell Signaling and Endocrine Regulation 4. Neuron Structure and Function 5.
Integrating Physiological Systems 6. Sensory Systems 7. Functional Organization of Nervous Systems 8. Circulatory Systems 9. Respiratory Systems Ion and Water Balance Digestion Locomotion Thermal Physiology Share a link to All Resources. Websites and online courses. Other Student Resources. Show order information for All Digital Paper. Relevant courses. Animal Physiology Biology.
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Principles of Animal Physiology , by Chris Moyes and Trish Schulte, is designed to provide second- and third-year, undergraduate university students enrolled in animal physiology courses with an approach that balances its presentation of comparative physiology with mechanistic topics. The book delivers the fundamentals of animal physiology, while providing an integrative learning experience, drawing on ideas from chemistry, physics, mathematics, molecular biology and cell biology for its conceptual underpinnings. Convert currency. Add to Basket.
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