Animal Physiology

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  • Author : Bradley Titus Scheer
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Pages : 436 pages
  • ISBN : 978186723xxxx
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INTRODUCTION TO CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY 2E

INTRODUCTION TO CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY 2E
  • Author : J R Levick
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 24 July 1995
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The new edition includes a brief account of major sub-types of ion channels in cardiac and vascular smooth muscle, as well as new sections on intracellular mechanisms of vasodilatation, the role of adhesion molecules in white cell migration in inflammation and mechanisms of action of metabolic vasodilators. A single chapter on cardiac excitation has been split into two updated chapters on the cardiac myocyte and cardiac electrical system, the sections on caardiac and coronary mechanoreceptor reflexes and on decompensated shock

The Physiology of Vegetable Crops

The Physiology of Vegetable Crops
  • Author : Hans Christian Wien
  • Publisher : C A B International
  • Release : 03 October 1997
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Many vegetable crops represent high value products and so it is essential to have a clear understanding of the physiology that lies behind successful production, as this enables the crop to be managed in the most effective way. Several vegetables are also used as model plants in physiological research and therefore there is a need to bring together the physiology of these crops in one volume. Leading research workers from the USA and Europe associated with each particular crop are