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Summary

Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology, Eighth Editioncontinues to set the standard for A&P texts with an enhanced media package and new active learning features that help readers better visualize and understand the structure and function of the human body. New information on hot topics like DNA fingerprinting, bone implants for children, stem cell research, and obesity draws readers into the material. Elaine Marieb's clear and friendly writing style emphasizes the relevance of anatomy and physiology to readers' lives and careers. It clarifies concepts, defines key terms, and offers just the right balance of anatomy, physiology, and clinical coverage to make the content complete without being overwhelming.The Human Body: An Orientation, Basic Chemistry, Cells and Tissues, Skin and Body Membranes, The Skeletal System, The Muscular System, The Nervous System, Special Senses, The Endocrine System, Blood, The Cardiovascular System, The Lymphatic System and Body Defenses, The Respiratory System, The Digestive System and Body Metabolism, The Urinary System, The Reproductive System.For all readers interested in learning the essentials of human anatomy and physiology.

Table of Contents

The Human Body: An Orientation
1(24)
An Overview of Anatomy and Physiology
2(1)
Anatomy
2(1)
Physiology
2(1)
Relationship between Anatomy and Physiology
2(1)
Levels of Structural Organization
2(5)
From Atoms to Organisms
2(1)
Organ System Overview
3(4)
Integumentary System
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Nervous System
Endocrine System
Cardiovascular System
Lymphatic System
Respiratory System
Digestive System
Urinary System
Reproductive System
Maintaining Life
7(2)
Necessary Life Functions
7(2)
Maintaining Boundaries
Movement
Responsiveness
Digestion
Metabolism
Excretion
Reproduction
Growth
Survival Needs
9(1)
Homeostasis
9(2)
Homeostatic Control Mechanisms
10(1)
Homeostatic Imbalance
11(1)
The Language of Anatomy
11(14)
Anatomical Position
11(1)
Regional Terms
12(1)
Anterior Body Landmarks
Posterior Body Landmarks
Directional Terms
13(4)
Body Planes and Sections
17(1)
Body Cavities
17(5)
Dorsal Body Cavity
Ventral Body Cavity
Summary
22(1)
Review Questions
23(1)
At the Clinic
24
Focus on Careers Dental Hygienist
15(3)
Prove It Yourself Negative Feedback Systems Operate Continuously
18(2)
Medical Imaging: Illuminating the Body
20(5)
Basic Chemistry
25(36)
Concepts of Matter and Energy
26(1)
Matter
26(1)
Energy
26(1)
Forms of Energy
Energy Form Conversions
Composition of Matter
27(5)
Elements and Atoms
27(2)
Atomic Structure
29(1)
Planetary and Orbital Models of an Atom
Identifying Elements
30(2)
Atomic Number
Atomic Mass Number
Atomic Weight and Isotopes
Molecules and Compounds
32(1)
Chemical Bonds and Chemical Reactions
33(6)
Bond Formation
33(4)
Role of Electrons
Types of Chemical Bonds
Patterns of Chemical Reactions
37(2)
Synthesis Reactions
Decomposition Reactions
Exchange Reactions
Biochemistry: The Chemical Composition of Living Matter
39(22)
Inorganic Compounds
39(3)
Water
Salts
Acids and Bases
Organic Compounds
42(14)
Carbohydrates
Lipids
Proteins
Nucleic Acids
Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP)
Summary
56(2)
Review Questions
58(2)
At the Clinic
60
Prove It Yourself Demonstrate an Enzyme in Your Saliva
49(4)
Focus on Careers Food Technologist
53(1)
DNA Fingerprinting: Cracking Our Genetic ``Barcode''
54(7)
Cells and Tissues
61(1)
PART I: CELLS
62(23)
Overview of the Cellular Basis of Life
62(1)
Anatomy of a Generalized Cell
63(9)
The Nucleus
63(1)
Nuclear Envelope
Nucleoli
Chromatin
The Plasma Membrane
64(2)
Specializations of the Plasma Membrane
The Cytoplasm
66(5)
Cytoplasmic Organelles
Cell Diversity
71(1)
Cell Physiology
72(13)
Membrane Transport
72(7)
Passive Transport Processes: Diffusion and Filtration
Active Transport Processes
Cell Division
79(4)
Preparations: DNA Replication
Events of Cell Division
Protein Synthesis
83(2)
Genes: The Blueprint for Protein Structure
The Role of RNA
Transcription
Translation
PART II: BODY TISSUES
85(13)
Epithelial Tissue
86(4)
Special Characteristics of Epithelium
86(1)
Classification of Epithelium
86(4)
Simple Epithelia
Stratified Epithelia
Glandular Epithelium
Connective Tissue
90(5)
Common Characteristics of Connective Tissue
90(1)
Extracellular Matrix
90(1)
Types of Connective Tissue
91(4)
Bone
Cartilage
Dense Connective Tissue
Loose Connective Tissue
Blood
Muscle Tissue
95(2)
Types of Muscle Tissue
95(2)
Skeletal Muscle
Cardiac Muscle
Smooth Muscle
Nervous Tissue
97(1)
Tissue Repair (Wound Healing)
97(1)
PART III: DEVELOPMENTAL ASPECTS OF CELLS AND TISSUES
98(292)
Summary
102(2)
Review Questions
104(1)
At the Clinic
105
IV Therapy and Cellular ``Tonics''
75(7)
Focus on Careers Medical Transcriptionist
82(17)
Prove It Yourself Demonstrate that Oil and Water Don't Mix
99(1)
Cancer---The Intimate Enemy
100(7)
Skin and Body Membranes
107(22)
Classification of Body Membranes
108(2)
Epithelial Membranes
108(2)
Cutaneous Membrane
Mucous Membranes
Serous Membranes
Connective Tissues Membranes
110(1)
Integumentary System (Skin)
110(14)
Basic Skin Functions
111(1)
Structure of the Skin
112(4)
Epidermis
Dermis
Skin Color
116(1)
Appendages of the Skin
116(4)
Cutaneous Glands
Hairs and Hair Follicles
Nails
Homeostatic Imbalances of Skin
120(4)
Infections and Allergies
Burns
Skin Cancer
Developmental Aspects of Skin and Body Membranes
124(5)
Summary
126(1)
Review Questions
127(1)
At the Clinic
127
Tattoos
115(4)
Prove It Yourself Plot the Distribution of Sweat Glands
119(6)
Systems in Sync
125(4)
The Skeletal System
129(48)
Bones: An Overview
130(9)
Functions of the Bones
130(1)
Classification of Bones
131(1)
Structure of a Long Bone
132(2)
Gross Anatomy
Microscopic Anatomy
Bone Formation, Growth, and Remodeling
134(4)
Bone Fractures
138(1)
Axial Skeleton
139(14)
Skull
139(6)
Cranium
Facial Bones
The Hyoid Bone
Fetal Skull
Vertebral Column (Spine)
145(7)
Cervical Vertebrae
Thoracic Vertebrae
Lumbar Vertebrae
Sacrum
Coccyx
Bony Thorax
152(1)
Sternum
Ribs
Appendicular Skeleton
153(10)
Bones of the Shoulder Girdle
153(2)
Bones of the Upper Limbs
155(2)
Arm
Forearm
Hand
Bones of the Pelvic Girdle
157(2)
Bones of the Lower Limbs
159(4)
Thigh
Leg
Foot
Joints
163(5)
Fibrous Joints
163(1)
Cartilaginous Joints
163(1)
Synovial Joints
163(2)
Type of Synovial Joints Based on Shape
165(2)
Homeostatic Imbalance of Joints
167(1)
Developmental Aspects of the Skeleton
168(9)
Summary
172(1)
Review Questions
173(1)
At the Clinic
174
Protect Your Back---It's the Only One You've Got!
146(15)
Them Bones, Them Bones Goin' to Walk Around---Clinical Advances in Bone Repair
161(8)
Prove It Yourself Demonstrate That Joints Are Stabilized by Muscles and Ligaments
169(2)
Systems in Sync
171(6)
The Muscular System
177(44)
Overview of Muscle Tissues
178(4)
Muscle Types
178(3)
Skeletal Muscle
Smooth Muscle
Cardiac Muscle
Muscle Functions
181(1)
Producing Movement
Maintaining Posture
Stabilizing Joints
Generating Heat
Microscopic Anatomy of Skeletal Muscle
182(2)
Skeletal Muscle Activity
184(8)
Stimulation and Contraction of Single Skeletal Muscle Cells
184(3)
The Nerve Stimulus and the Action Potential
Mechanism of Muscle Contraction: The Sliding Filament Theory
Contraction of a Skeletal Muscle as a Whole
187(5)
Graded Responses
Providing Energy for Muscle Contraction
Muscle Fatigue and Oxygen Debt
Types of Muscle Contractions---Isotonic and Isometric
Muscle Tone
Effect of Exercise on Muscles
Muscle Movements, Types, and Names
192(8)
Types of Body Movements
192(4)
Special Movements
Interactions of Skeletal Muscles in the Body
196(1)
Naming Skeletal Muscles
196(3)
Arrangement of Fasicles
199(1)
Gross Anatomy of Skeletal Muscles
200(14)
Head and Neck Muscles
200(1)
Facial Muscles
Chewing Muscles
Neck Muscles
Trunk Muscles
201(2)
Anterior Muscles
Posterior Muscles
Muscles of the Upper Limb
203(1)
Muscles of the Humerus That Act on the Forearm
Muscles of the Lower Limb
204(10)
Muscles Causing Movement at the Hip Joint
Muscles Causing Movement at the Knee Joint
Muscles Causing Movement at the Ankle and Foot
Developmental Aspects of the Muscular System
214(7)
Summary
216(1)
Review Questions
217(2)
At the Clinic
219
Are Athletes Looking Good and Doing Better with Anabolic Steroids?
197(10)
Prove It Yourself Palpate Muscles As They Contract
207(2)
Focus on Careers Massage Therapist
209(6)
Systems in Sync
215(6)
The Nervous System
221(50)
Organization of the Nervous System
223(1)
Structural Classification
223(1)
Functional Classification
223(1)
Nervous Tissue: Structure and Function
224(11)
Supporting Cells
224(2)
Neurons
226(9)
Anatomy
Classification
Physiology
Central Nervous System
235(14)
Functional Anatomy of the Brain
235(6)
Cerebral Hemispheres
Diencephalon
Brain Stem
Cerebellum
Protection of the Central Nervous System
241(3)
Meninges
Cerebrospinal Fluid
The Blood-Brain Barrier
Brain Dysfunctions
244(3)
Traumatic Brain Injuries
Spinal Cord
247(2)
Gray Matter of the Spinal Cord and Spinal Roots
White Matter of the Spinal Cord
Peripheral Nervous System
249(14)
Structure of a Nerve
249(1)
Cranial Nerves
249(4)
Spinal Nerves and Nerve Plexuses
253(1)
Autonomic Nervous System
253(10)
Somatic and Autonomic Nervous Systems Compared
Anatomy of the Parasympathetic Division
Anatomy of the Sympathetic Division
Autonomic Functioning
Developmental Aspects of the Nervous System
263(8)
Summary
266(2)
Review Questions
268(2)
At the Clinic
270
Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and Huntington's---The Terrible Three
245(16)
Prove It Yourself Improve Your Memory
261(1)
Tracking Down CNS Problems
262(3)
Systems in Sync
265(6)
Special Senses
271(28)
The Eye and Vision
272(12)
Anatomy of the Eye
272(8)
External and Accessory Structures
Internal Structures: The Eyeball
Pathway of Light through the Eye and Light Refraction
280(1)
Visual Fields and Visual Pathways to the Brain
281(3)
Eye Reflexes
284(1)
The Ear: Hearing and Balance
284(7)
Anatomy of the Ear
284(2)
Outer (External) Ear
Middle Ear
Inner (Internal) Ear
Mechanisms of Equilibrium
286(2)
Static Equilibrium
Dynamic Equilibrium
Mechanism of Hearing
288(1)
Hearing and Equilibrium Deficits
289(2)
Chemical Senses: Taste and Smell
291(2)
Olfactory Receptors and the Sense of Smell
291(1)
Taste Buds and the Sense of Taste
292(1)
Developmental Aspects of the Special Senses
293(6)
Summary
295(2)
Review Questions
297(1)
At the Clinic
298
Visual Pigments---The Actual Photoreceptors
279(3)
If I Can't See Things Far Away, Am I Nearsighted or Farsighted?
282(17)
The Endocrine System
299(28)
The Endocrine System and Hormone Function---An Overview
300(3)
The Chemistry of Hormones
300(1)
Mechanisms of Hormone Action
301(2)
Control of Hormone Release
303(1)
The Major Endocrine Organs
303(17)
Pituitary Gland
304(3)
Hormones of the Anterior Pituitary
Pituitary-Hypothalamus Relationship
Hormones of the Posterior Pituitary
Thyroid Gland
307(3)
Parathyroid Glands
310(1)
Adrenal Glands
311(3)
Hormones of the Adrenal Cortex
Hormones of the Adrenal Medulla
Pancreatic Islets
314(2)
Pineal Gland
316(1)
Thymus Gland
316(1)
Gonads
316(4)
Hormones of the Ovaries
Hormones of the Testes
Other Hormone-Producing Tissues and Organs
320(3)
Placenta
320(3)
Developmental Aspects of the Endocrine System
323(4)
Summary
323(2)
Review Questions
325(1)
At the Clinic
326
Potential Uses for Growth Hormone
306(16)
Systems in Sync
322(5)
Blood
327(20)
Composition and Functions of Blood
328(7)
Components
328(1)
Physical Characteristics and Volume
328(1)
Plasma
328(2)
Formed Elements
330(4)
Erythrocytes
Leukocytes
Platelets
Hematopoiesis (Blood Cell Formation)
334(1)
Hemostasis
335(3)
Disorders of Hemostasis
337(1)
Undesirable Clotting
Bleeding Disorders
Blood Groups and Transfusions
338(3)
Human Blood Groups
338(3)
Blood Typing
341(1)
Developmental Aspects of Blood
341(6)
Summary
344(1)
Review Questions
345(1)
At the Clinic
346
Focus on Careers: Phlebotomy Technician
339(3)
Concocting Blood: Artificial Blood Substitutes
342(5)
The Cardiovascular System
347(42)
The Heart
348(6)
Anatomy of the Heart
348(6)
Location and Size
Coverings and Wall
Chambers and Associated Great Vessels
Valves
Cardiac Circulation
Physiology of the Heart
354(6)
Intrinsic Conduction System of the Heart: Setting the Basic Rhythm
Cardiac Cycle and Heart Sounds
Cardiac Output
Blood Vessels
360(21)
Microscopic Anatomy of Blood Vessels
360(4)
Tunics
Structural Differences between Arteries, Veins, and Capillaries
Gross Anatomy of Blood Vessels
364(8)
Major Arteries of the Systemic Circulation
Major Veins of the Systemic Circulation
Special Circulations
Physiology of Circulation
372(9)
Arterial Pulse
Blood Pressure
Capillary Exchange of Gases and Nutrients
Fluid Movements at Capillary Beds
Developmental Aspects of the Cardiovascular System
381(8)
Summary
383(2)
Review Questions
385(2)
At the Clinic
387
Electrocardiography: (Don't) Be Still My Heart
356(7)
Prove It Yourself Venous Valves Prevent Backflow
363(5)
Focus on Careers: Certified Surgical Technologist (CST)
368(9)
Atherosclerosis? Get Out the Cardiovascular Drano
377(5)
Systems in Sync
382(7)
The Lymphatic System and Body Defenses
389(1)
PART I: THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
390(5)
Lymphatic Vessels
390(2)
Lymph Nodes
392(2)
Other Lymphoid Organs
394(1)
PART II: BODY DEFENSES
395(22)
Nonspecific Body Defenses
396(4)
Surface Membrane Barriers
396(1)
Cells and Chemicals
396(4)
Phagocytes
Natural Killer Cells
Inflammatory Response
Antimicrobial Chemicals
Fever
Specific Body Defenses: The Immune System
400(17)
Antigens
402(1)
Cells of the Immune System: An Overview
403(1)
Lymphocytes
Macrophages
Humoral (Antibody-Mediated) Immune Response
404(7)
Active and Passive Humoral Immunity
Antibodies
Cellular (Cell-Mediated) Immune Response
411(3)
Organ Transplants and Rejection
414(1)
Disorders of Immunity
414(3)
Allergies
Immunodeficiencies
Autoimmune Diseases
PART III: DEVELOPMENTAL ASPECTS OF THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM AND BODY DEFENSES
417(37)
Summary
421(2)
Review Questions
423(1)
At the Clinic
424
Prove It Yourself Swollen Lymph Nodes Usually Indicate Infections
417(1)
AIDS: The Modern Day Plague
418(2)
Systems in Sync
420(5)
The Respiratory System
425(28)
Functional Anatomy of the Respiratory System
426(8)
The Nose
426(2)
Pharynx
428(1)
Larynx
429(1)
Trachea
429(1)
Main Bronchi
430(1)
Lungs
430(4)
The Respiratory Membrane
Respiratory Physiology
434(11)
Mechanics of Breathing
434(2)
Inspiration
Expiration
Nonrespiratory Air Movements
Respiratory Volumes and Capacities
436(1)
Respiratory Sounds
437(1)
External Respiration, Gas Transport, and Internal Respiration
438(2)
External Respiration
Gas Transport in the Blood
Internal Respiration
Control of Respiration
440(5)
Neural Regulation: Setting the Basic Rhythm
Factors Influencing Respiratory Rate and Depth
Respiratory Disorders
445(1)
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
445(1)
Developmental Aspects of the Respiratory System
446(7)
Summary
449(2)
Review Questions
451(1)
At the Clinic
452
Lung Cancer: The Facts Behind the Smoke Screen
442(5)
Focus on Careers: Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
447(1)
Systems in Sync
448(5)
The Digestive System and Body Metabolism
453(1)
PART I: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
454(24)
Anatomy of the Digestive System
454(13)
Organs of the Alimentary Canal
454(10)
Mouth
Pharynx
Esophagus
Stomach
Small Intestine
Large Intestine
Accessory Digestive Organs
464(3)
Salivary Glands
Teeth
Pancreas
Liver and Gallbladder
Functions of the Digestive System
467(11)
Overview of Gastrointestinal Processes and Controls
467(3)
Activities Occurring in the Mouth, Pharynx, and Esophagus
470(1)
Food Ingestion and Breakdown
Food Propulsion---Swallowing and Peristalsis
Activities of the Stomach
470(4)
Food Breakdown
Food Propulsion
Activities of the Small Intestine
474(3)
Food Breakdown and Absorption
Food Propulsion
Activities of the Large Intestine
477(1)
Food Breakdown and Absorption
Propulsion of the Residue and Defecation
PART II: NUTRITION AND METABOLISM
478(12)
Nutrition
478(12)
Dietary Sources of the Major Nutrients
478(2)
Carbohydrates
Lipids
Proteins
Vitamins
Minerals
Metabolism
480(1)
Carbohydrate, Fat, and Protein Metabolism in Body Cells
480(4)
Carbohydrate Metabolism
Fat Metabolism
Protein Metabolism
The Central Role of the Liver in Metabolism
484(2)
General Metabolic Functions
Cholesterol Metabolism and Transport
Body Energy Balance
486(4)
Regulation of Food Intake
Metabolic Rate and Body Heat Production
Body Temperature Regulation
PART III: DEVELOPMENTAL ASPECTS OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM AND METABOLISM
490(80)
Summary
496(2)
Review Questions
498(2)
At the Clinic
500
Peptic Ulcers: ``Something Is Eating at Me''
472(19)
Prove It Yourself Calculate Your Basal Metabolic Rate
491(1)
Obesity: Magical Solution Wanted
492(3)
Systems in Sync
495(6)
The Urinary System
501(26)
Kidneys
502(10)
Location and Structure
502(3)
Blood Supply
Nephrons and Urine Formation
505(7)
Nephrons
Urine Formation
Characteristics of Urine
Ureters, Urinary Bladder, and Urethra
512(2)
Ureters
512(1)
Urinary Bladder
512(1)
Urethra
513(1)
Micturition
514(1)
Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance
514(6)
Maintaining Water and Electrolyte Balance of Blood
514(4)
Body Fluids and Fluid Compartments
The Link Between Water and Salt
Maintaining Acid-Base Balance of Blood
518(2)
Blood Buffers
Respiratory System Controls
Renal Mechanisms
Developmental Aspects of the Urinary System
520(7)
Summary
523(1)
Review Questions
524(1)
At the Clinic
525
Renal Failure and the Artificial Kidney
509(9)
Prove It Yourself Demonstrate the Water-Retaining Power of Salt
518(4)
Systems in Sync
522(5)
The Reproductive System
527(43)
Anatomy of the Male Reproductive System
529(4)
Testes
529(1)
Duct System
529(2)
Epididymis
Ductus Deferens
Urethra
Accessory Glands and Semen
531(1)
Seminal Vesicles
Prostate Gland
Bulbourethral Glands
Semen
External Genitalia
532(1)
Male Reproductive Functions
533(2)
Spermatogenesis
533(2)
Testosterone Production
535(1)
Anatomy of the Female Reproductive System
535(4)
Ovaries
535(1)
Duct System
536(3)
Uterine (Fallopian) Tubes
Uterus
Vagina
External Genitalia
539(1)
Female Reproductive Functions and Cycles
539(4)
Oogenesis and the Ovarian Cycle
539(2)
Uterine (Menstrual) Cycle
541(2)
Hormone Production by the Ovaries
543(1)
Mammary Glands
543(2)
Survey of Pregnancy and Embryonic Development
545(12)
Accomplishing Fertilization
545(1)
Events of Embryonic and Fetal Development
546(2)
Effects of Pregnancy on the Mother
548(4)
Anatomical Changes
Physiological Changes
Childbirth
552(5)
Initiation of Labor
Stages of Labor
Developmental Aspects of the Reproductive System
557(7)
Summary
560(2)
Review Questions
562(1)
At the Clinic
563
Focus on Careers Doula
549(5)
Contraception: To Be or Not To Be
554(3)
Prove It Yourself The Stages of Mitosis and Meiosis Are Similar but Different
557(2)
Systems in Sync
559(5)
Appendixes
Appendix A: Word Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes
564(3)
Appendix B: Periodic Table of the Elements
567(1)
Appendix C: Key Information about Vitamins and Many Essential Minerals
568(2)
Photography and Art Credits 570(1)
Glossary 571(11)
Index 582


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