3 edition of Features in the architecture of physiological function found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Architecture of physiological function.|
|Statement||by Joseph Barcroft ...|
|Series||Cambridge comparative physiology|
|LC Classifications||QP31 .B3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 368 p.|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||34028793|
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Features in the Architecture of Physiological Function. By Dr. Joseph Barcroft (Cambridge Comparative Physiology.) Pp. x + (Cambridge: At the University Press, ) 20s. by: 1.
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The experimental evidence for the supporting current biochemical and physiologic concepts are. Barcroft expanded his discussion and tightened his argument in in a brilliant book, Features in the Architecture of Physiological Function (Barcroft, ).
This is one of the great expositions of physiological thinking. Broader, deeper, and more demanding than The Wisdom of the Body, it is a classic waiting to be rediscovered.
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Organs that work together are grouped into organ systems. The organism level is the highest level of organization. An organism is a living being that has a cellular structure and that can independently perform all physiologic functions necessary for multicellular organisms, including humans, all cells, tissues, organs, and organ.
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