Chapter 001 the body & its constituent

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Chapter 001 the body & its constituent

  1. 2. Chapter 1 The body and its constituents Copyright © Elsevier Ltd 2005. All rights reserved.
  2. 3. Copyright © Elsevier Ltd 2005. All rights reserved. Figure 1.1 The levels of structural complexity.
  3. 4. Copyright © Elsevier Ltd 2005. All rights reserved. Figure 1.2 Diagram of a cell with a semipermeable membrane.
  4. 5. Copyright © Elsevier Ltd 2005. All rights reserved. Figure 1.3 Example of a negative feedback mechanism: control of room temperature by a domestic boiler.
  5. 6. Copyright © Elsevier Ltd 2005. All rights reserved. Figure 1.4 Example of a physiological negative feedback mechanism: control of body temperature.
  6. 7. Copyright © Elsevier Ltd 2005. All rights reserved. Figure 1.5 Blood cells after staining in the laboratory viewed through a microscope.
  7. 8. Copyright © Elsevier Ltd 2005. All rights reserved. Figure 1.6 The circulatory system.
  8. 9. Copyright © Elsevier Ltd 2005. All rights reserved. Figure 1.7 The lymphatic system: lymph nodes and vessels.
  9. 10. Copyright © Elsevier Ltd 2005. All rights reserved. Figure 1.8 The nervous system.
  10. 11. Copyright © Elsevier Ltd 2005. All rights reserved. Figure 1.9 Combined use of the special senses: vision, hearing, smell and taste.
  11. 12. Copyright © Elsevier Ltd 2005. All rights reserved. Figure 1.10 The respiratory system.
  12. 13. Copyright © Elsevier Ltd 2005. All rights reserved. Figure 1.11 Alveoli: the site of gas exchange.
  13. 14. Copyright © Elsevier Ltd 2005. All rights reserved. Figure 1.12 The digestive system.
  14. 15. Copyright © Elsevier Ltd 2005. All rights reserved. Figure 1.13 The urinary system.
  15. 16. Copyright © Elsevier Ltd 2005. All rights reserved. Figure 1.14 The skeletal muscles.
  16. 17. Copyright © Elsevier Ltd 2005. All rights reserved. Figure 1.15 The reproductive systems: male and female.

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