Physiology Interactive Lab Simulations PhILS

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The Ph.I.L.S. CD-ROM is the perfect supplement or replacement for wet labs. Eleven laboratory simulations allow students to perform experiments without using expensive lab equipment or live animals. This easy-to-use software offers students the flexibility to change the parameters of every lab experiment, with no limit to the amount of times a student can repeat experiments or modify variables. This power to manipulate each experiment reinforces key physiology concepts by helping students to view outcomes, make predictions, and draw conclusions.

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explain how negative feedback inhibition helps to regulate the secretion of hormones, using insulin as an example.

10. relate the structure of each primary tissue to its functions.

explain how negative feedback inhibition helps to regulate the secretion of hormones, using insulin as an example.

list the four primary tissues and their subtypes and describe the distinguishing features of each primary tissue.

10. relate the structure of each primary tissue to its functions.

describe how the primary tissues are grouped into organs, using the skin as an example.

describe the nature of the extracellular and intracellular compartments of the body and explain the significance of this compartmentalization.

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Chapter at a Glance

Introduction to Physiology

Scientific Method 4

Use of Measurements, Controls, and Statistics 4 Development of Pharmaceutical Drugs 5

Homeostasis and Feedback

Control 6

History of Physiology 6

Negative Feedback Loops 6 Antagonistic Effectors 8 Quantitative Measurements 8

Positive Feedback 9

Neural and Endocrine Regulation 9

Feedback Control of Hormone Secretion

The Primary Tissues

Muscle Tissue 10 Skeletal Muscle 10 Cardiac Muscle 10 Smooth Muscle 11

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