Hall, J.E. (2015) Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology 13th ed. ... 11th ed, Pearson Matta, Michael S.; Wilbraham, Antony C.; Staley, Dennis D (1996) Introduction to General, Organic and Biological Chemistry, D C Heath & Co.
Author: Martin Caon
Publisher: Springer Nature
This third edition provides 2900 multiple choice questions on human anatomy and physiology, and some biophysical science, separated into 20 chapters and 68 categories. In addition, there are 64 essay topics. The answer to each question is accompanied by an explanation. Each chapter has an introduction to set the scene for the questions to come. However, not all possible information is provided within these Introductions, so an Anatomy and Physiology textbook is an indispensable aid to understanding the answers. The textbook offers a more holistic approach to the subjects of anatomy and physiology by also including biomechanics, biophysics and biochemistry. The questions have been used in end-of-semester examinations for undergraduate anatomy and physiology courses, and as such, reflect the focus of these particular courses and are pitched at this level to challenge students that are beginning their training in anatomy and physiology. The question and answer combinations are intended for use by teachers, to select questions for their next examinations, and by students, when studying for an upcoming test. Students enrolled in the courses for which these questions were written include nursing, midwifery, paramedic, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, nutrition and dietetics, health sciences, exercise science, and students taking an anatomy and physiology course as an elective.
Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)Publish On: 1972
Facial Expression I. Ellsworth , Electrical conduction in organic solids . see Phoebe , II . Friesen , Wallace V. III . ... Biochemistry 2. ... G. , ed . II . Series illus . ( Computers in chemistry and DNLM : QL 124 E37 1966 Cit . No.
Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
First multi-year cumulation covers six years: 1965-70.
K. C. Timberlake, General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry, Pearson Education Inc., USA, 13th edn, 2017. ... J. B. Harborne, Introduction to Ecological Biochemistry, Academic Press, London, 4th edn, 1993. D. L. Nelson and M. M. Cox, ...
Author: Margareta Séquin
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Why are some plants so important to humans? The chemistry of the plants has a lot to do with it! The plant world offers a fascinating way to explore basic chemistry concepts. The spectacular variety of colors, fragrances and other characteristics of plants are driven by the seemingly subtle differences in the structure and properties of organic compounds. Well-known flowers, like daffodils and narcissus, are examples of plants that provide ample perfumes, pigments and poisons as part of their intricate and fascinating chemistry. This second edition retains it accessibility, expanding on the first edition and combining scientific concepts with colorful pictures and stories in simple, clear language. Readers will find introductory information on some chemistry and plant biology. This prepares them for the more complex chemical structures that compose plant substances, many of them of vital importance to humans. The final chapter has been expanded, in particular the sections on medicinal plants and on genetic modification. The end-of chapter references have been thoroughly updated with articles, books, and relevant websites that illustrate the topics discussed. Dr Margareta Sequin, an organic chemist and plant enthusiast, has taught popular undergraduate college level courses on plant chemistry to non-chemistry majors and has led numerous field seminars for the general public. The comments and questions from these audiences and the topics that especially captured people’s interest have greatly shaped this book. The Chemistry of Plants addresses an audience with little previous chemistry knowledge, but will appeal to the expert reader looking for an understanding of more complex plant compounds. It can be used both as a text to introduce organic chemistry as it relates to plants and as a text of reference for more advanced readers.
Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)Publish On: 1960
Pediatrics HOLT , Luther Emmett , 1855-1924 Pediatrics by Luther Emmett Holt , 13th ed . , by L. Emmett Holt , Jr. et al ... New York , Wiley ( c1963 , QU4 H758ea HOLUM , John R Experiments in general , organic and biological chemistry ...
Credits Chapter 1 Pages 10–11 : From Psychology : An Introduction by Josh R. Gerow . ... Page 37 : From Chemistry : An Introduction to General , Organic and Biological Chemistry , 5th ed . by Karen C. Timberlake .
450p . 1973. text ed . 27.50 scp ( ISBN 0-06-382790-5 , HarpC ) . Har - Row . Gilleland , Martha J. Introduction to General , Organic & Biological Chemistry ( Illus . ) . 832p . 1982. text ed . 40.00 ( ISBN 0-314-63173-9 ) . West Pub .
undergraduate specialising in biochemistry will , by the time he reaches the latter part of his course , need to be ... in a new edition relatively recently : Introduction to Physiological and Pathological Chemistry , by L. E. Arnow ...
Author: Leslie Thomas Morton
Publisher: Archon Book
Category: Medical literature
"This book attempts to provide a comprehensive guide to the general and specialist literature covering the medical sciences ... Besides describing published work within the subject field, it includes a chapter on mechanised information services and another on the organization of personal index files."--Pref. Use to find sources of information in the medical literature. Published 1974.
( 0-7167-3583-0 ) WH Freeman General Organic & Biochemistry . 2nd ed . Brown ( Chemistry Ser ... Date not set . ... General Zoology . 13th ed . Lytle . Oct. 1999. lab manual ed . Gentleman's Guide to Life . Steve Friedman .