Atlas of Human Anatomy (6th Edition) by Frank H. Netter

By Frank H. Netter

The twenty fifth anniversary version of Frank H. Netter, MD's "Atlas of Human Anatomy" celebrates his unsurpassed depiction of the human physique in transparent, significant element - all from a clinician's standpoint. With its emphasis on anatomic relationships and clinically suitable perspectives, this undemanding source quick grew to become the number one bestselling human anatomy atlas around the globe, and it maintains to supply a coherent, lasting visible vocabulary for realizing anatomy and the way it applies to drugs this present day. Dr. Netter introduced the hand of a grasp clinical illustrator, the mind of a doctor and the soul of an artist to his illustrations of the human physique, and his paintings keeps to coach and encourage.

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These fibres lead to the smaller bundles of conducting tissues called Purkinje fibres, which cause contraction of the ventricles. If the pacemaker region of the heart is malfunctioning, the heart rate may fall and not increase with exercise. An animal with this condition will have a slow heart rate with poor exercise tolerance and may faint. 1). Heart sounds There are two sounds: Lub–Dub The first sound, Lub, is produced by the closure of the right and left atrioventricular valves, as the ventricles begin to contract.

It is thought that the enzyme combines briefly with molecules of food, and while in this state, the food undergoes a rapid chemical change in which its m ­ olecules are split apart into chemically simpler substances. These substances separate from the enzyme, leaving it immediately available for another identical reaction. Enzymes are not used up in the reactions which they control but are used countless times in rapid succession. 2 Enzymes of the digestive tract. Secretion Source Site of action Enzyme Acting on Saliva Gastric juice Bile Pancreatic juice Salivary gland Stomach Liver Pancreas Mouth Stomach Duodenum Duodenum* Intestinal juice Intestine wall Small intestine Water and mucus Gastrin, pepsin Bile salt Amylase Trypsin Lipase Amylase All foods Protein Fats Starch Protein Fats Starch *The cells in the duodenum release the hormone enterokinase, which activates the pancreatic enzymes only when they reach the small intestines.

Heart rate in fish is affected by water temperature. The respiratory system The respiratory system is the term given to the organs of the body which allow ­gaseous exchange to occur between a living organism and its environment. In the case of animals, this involves taking oxygen into the body and releasing carbon 32 Chapter 3 Conus arteriosus Ventricle Atrium Sinus venosus Fig. 7 Fish heart. c= 16+2160&aid=2951, accessed 13 March 2014. Reproduced with permission of Foster and Smith, Inc. ­ ioxide as a waste product.

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