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    • Introduction to Human Physiology 1926, Fritz Kahn
    • Anatomical Planes 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 2
    • Organization of Human being 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 3
    • The Cell Water : 70-85% Ions : Na, K, Ca, Mg Proteins : 10-20% Structural and Functional Lipids : 1-2% Carbohydrates : 1-6% (Muscle 3%, Liver 6%) 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 4
    • The Cell 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 5
    • Cell membrane 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 6
    • Endoplasmic Reticulum 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 7
    • Golgi Apparatus 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 8
    • Lysosomes 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 9
    • Mitochondria 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 10
    • Energy Metabolism 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 11
    • Nucleus 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 12
    • Chromosomes 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 13
    • Chromosome and DNA 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 14
    • Cell division 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 15
    • 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 16
    • Human Organs 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 17
    • Skin 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 18
    • Musculoskeletal System 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 19
    • Haemopoitic System 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 20
    • Cardiovascular System 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 21
    • Lymphatic System 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 22
    • Respiratory System 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 23
    • Gastrointestinal System 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 24
    • Genitourinary System 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 25
    • Female Reproductive system 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 26
    • Endocrine System 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 27
    • Structural Organization of NS 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 28
    • Nervous system 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 29
    • Sensory Signal Processing 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 30
    • Motor Control Voluntary Involuntary 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 31
    • Consciousness, Sleep, Emotion Reproduction 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 32
    • Emotion Localization 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 33
    • Higher Cognitive Functions: Communication &Language, Learning & Memory, 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 34
    • Lateralization of brain 7/3/2010 Introduction to Human Phisiology 35
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