Download PDF by Gabrielle M. Finn: 30-Second Anatomy: The 50 most Important Structures and

By Gabrielle M. Finn

ISBN-10: 1782400710

ISBN-13: 9781782400714

We know our eyes from our elbows yet what are the duodenum, the basal ganglia, and the islets of Langerhans? might you find any of them, not to mention say how they make you tick? For an fast, edifying analysis of your impressive self, in and out, easily digest those 50 easy-to-swallow topics.Anatomy will get instantly to the center of the problem: how your physique operates. no matter if you're a pupil of medication or biology, an artist, an athlete, or just death to grasp what your health care professional skill while he mentions your plexus or your humerus, this is often the fastest path to get less than your individual pores and skin. Or, certainly, to appreciate precisely how your personal dermis works. Dissecting the element of every little thing out of your bones on your mind into 30-second summaries, utilizing not more than pages, three hundred phrases, and one photograph, this can be the hip strategy to comprehend the elemental constructions and structures which are you. Illustrated with gory portraits and supported by way of biographies of clinical pioneers, timelines, and glossaries, it's the publication of physique components that might have saved Burke and Hare in at nights.

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The properties of a compound are totally different from the individual properties of the elements that are bonded together to make that compound. In addition, compounds can be broken down chemically, while elements cannot. Examples of compounds include: •• water (H O) •• salt (NaCl) •• carbon dioxide (CO ). 2 2 Note that when the symbol for an atom has a small lower number after it, then that denotes there are that number of that particular atom in the molecule. So, water (H2O) is made up of two Basic scientific principles of physiology Chapter 1 atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen, while carbon dioxide (CO2) consists of one atom of carbon and two atoms of oxygen.

This interaction results in the formation of atoms or ions that are in a lower energy state than the original atoms. The formation of chemical bonds also results in the release of energy previously contained in the atoms, as shown in the formula atom atom atom atom energy The combining power of atoms is known as valence. Because the only shell that is important in bonding is the outermost shell, this shell is known as the valence shell (Marieb, 2014). There are several types of chemical bonds that occur between atoms, namely: •• ionic bonds •• covalent bonds •• polar bonds/hydrogen bonds.

Nitrogen molecule). 9 Chapter 1 Basic scientific principles of physiology Polar bonds 10 Sometimes molecules do not share electrons equally and so there is a separation of the electrical charge into positive or negative. This is called polarity, and because of this separation of electrical charge there is an additional weak bond. However, note that this bond is not between atoms, but is between the molecules themselves. Just as with ionic bonding, this polar bonding comes about because of the electrical rule that opposites attract.

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