2 edition of growth of scientific physiology found in the catalog.
growth of scientific physiology
G.J. (G. June) Goodfield
in London, Hutchinson 
Written in English
|Other titles||The mechanist-vitalist controversy|
|Series||Nuffield Foundation. Unit for the History of Ideas. History of scientific ideas: a teachers" guide|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||174 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||174|
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Zloczower (Author)Author: A. Zloczower. The Physiology of Growth focuses on the physiological mechanisms underlying the growth of organs and tissues such as the epidermis, connective tissues, bone and cartilage, blood cells, and the heart. The atrophy and hypertrophy of muscle, adaptive plasticity of the nervous system, and neural regulation of salivary glands are also explored.
The Growth of Scientific Physiology: Physiological Method and the Mechanist-Vitalist Controversy, Illustrated by the Problems of Respiration and Animal Heat by Goodfield G.J.
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The growth of scientific physiology: physiological method and the mechanist-vitalist controversy, illustrated by the problems of respiration and animal heat. The Physiology of Growth focuses on the physiological mechanisms underlying the growth of organs and tissues such as the epidermis, connective tissues, bone and cartilage, blood cells, and the heart.
The atrophy and hypertrophy of muscle, adaptive plasticity of the nervous system, and neural regulation of salivary glands are also Edition: 1. The growth of scientific physiology; physiological method and the mechanist-vitalist controversy, illustrated by the problems of respiration and animal heat.
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This book focuses on the fundamentals of plant physiology for undergraduate and graduate students. It consists of 34 chapters divided into five major units. Unit I discusses the unique mechanisms of w. CPAP promotes growth in premature lung, as evidenced by increased DNA and protein per Science & Physiology of CPAP.
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