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Overview

The two viewpoints basically refreshed on two degrees of association of living things and phenomena. Plants are the physical machines and plant physiology is the order that aides in understanding these machines in better structure.

Basic Requirement

  • Class 10 Student

Skills Covered

  • Plant Physiology

  • Human Physiology

Expert Review

How does Human physiology work?

Studying the human body's characteristics and mechanisms is physiology.

Humans are composed of approximately 100 trillion cells each capable of performing a specific function. Each red blood cell transports oxygen from the lungs to every cell in the body. Each cell has some basic characteristics in common. By combining oxygen with carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, energy is released, nutrients are consumed, and energy is produced. Every cell is capable of reproducing itself.

Anatomy vs. Physiology

In contrast to human anatomy, physiology examines how the body's structures and organs function. Imaging tests like an X-ray or ultrasound can reveal your anatomy, but other exams like blood and urine tests and electrocardiograms (EKGs) reveal the physiology of your body.

How does physiology help us understand the human body?

Many different organ systems are studied using physiology by doctors, including:

    1) Your cardiovascular system includes your heart and blood vessels

      2) In addition to the stomach and intestines, there are other digestive organs

        3) Endocrine glands produce hormones, which control many body functions

          4) In addition to the immune system, which protects you against germs and diseases

            5) The muscular system helps your body move

              6) Your nervous system includes your brain, spinal cord, and nerves

                7) You have a renal system that contains your kidneys and other organs that regulate your body's fluid levels

                  8) As well as the reproductive system for both men and women

                    9) Your respiratory system, including your lungs and airways

                      10) Bones, joints, cartilage, and connective tissue comprise the skeletal system

                      Plant Physiology

                      Plant physiology is the study of the physiological processes or functions of plants. The objective is to study cellular, molecular, and ecological aspects of plant variation, which are related to aspects of plant exploration on a molecular and cellular level.

                      In order for terrestrial plants to survive, special methods and procedures were required to distinguish between water and carbon dioxide.

                      Different structures and functions of plants are covered in plant physiology. As a result, it offers a way to analyze plant processes, namely photosynthesis, mineral nutrition, respiration, transportation, and ultimately plant development and growth.

                      The physiology of plant parts

                      1) Leaves

                      The leaves are an important organ of the plant. They are available in a variety of sizes and shapes. This is where photosynthesis takes place.

                      2) Stem

                      The stem provides structure and support to the plant. Many important functions are performed by them, including plant growth, competition and survival in various environments, etc. Different species have different stem structures.

                      3) Roots

                      A plant's roots absorb water and nutrients from the soil. Therefore, they are an essential part of the plant.

                      4) The Xylem and the Phloem

                      The plant's vascular tissues are formed by these. They are also known as sap. Roots, stems, and leaves use them to transport water, sugar, and other substances.

                      Considering that you know the basics of Physiology, you can move ahead with joining our course.

                      Overview

                      The two viewpoints basically refreshed on two degrees of association of living things and phenomena. Plants are the physical machines and plant physiology is the order that aides in understanding these machines in better structure.

                      • Plant Physiology

                      • Human Physiology

                      • Class 10 Student

                      How does Human physiology work?

                      Studying the human body's characteristics and mechanisms is physiology.

                      Humans are composed of approximately 100 trillion cells each capable of performing a specific function. Each red blood cell transports oxygen from the lungs to every cell in the body. Each cell has some basic characteristics in common. By combining oxygen with carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, energy is released, nutrients are consumed, and energy is produced. Every cell is capable of reproducing itself.

                      Anatomy vs. Physiology

                      In contrast to human anatomy, physiology examines how the body's structures and organs function. Imaging tests like an X-ray or ultrasound can reveal your anatomy, but other exams like blood and urine tests and electrocardiograms (EKGs) reveal the physiology of your body.

                      How does physiology help us understand the human body?

                      Many different organ systems are studied using physiology by doctors, including:

                        1) Your cardiovascular system includes your heart and blood vessels

                          2) In addition to the stomach and intestines, there are other digestive organs

                            3) Endocrine glands produce hormones, which control many body functions

                              4) In addition to the immune system, which protects you against germs and diseases

                                5) The muscular system helps your body move

                                  6) Your nervous system includes your brain, spinal cord, and nerves

                                    7) You have a renal system that contains your kidneys and other organs that regulate your body's fluid levels

                                      8) As well as the reproductive system for both men and women

                                        9) Your respiratory system, including your lungs and airways

                                          10) Bones, joints, cartilage, and connective tissue comprise the skeletal system

                                          Plant Physiology

                                          Plant physiology is the study of the physiological processes or functions of plants. The objective is to study cellular, molecular, and ecological aspects of plant variation, which are related to aspects of plant exploration on a molecular and cellular level.

                                          In order for terrestrial plants to survive, special methods and procedures were required to distinguish between water and carbon dioxide.

                                          Different structures and functions of plants are covered in plant physiology. As a result, it offers a way to analyze plant processes, namely photosynthesis, mineral nutrition, respiration, transportation, and ultimately plant development and growth.

                                          The physiology of plant parts

                                          1) Leaves

                                          The leaves are an important organ of the plant. They are available in a variety of sizes and shapes. This is where photosynthesis takes place.

                                          2) Stem

                                          The stem provides structure and support to the plant. Many important functions are performed by them, including plant growth, competition and survival in various environments, etc. Different species have different stem structures.

                                          3) Roots

                                          A plant's roots absorb water and nutrients from the soil. Therefore, they are an essential part of the plant.

                                          4) The Xylem and the Phloem

                                          The plant's vascular tissues are formed by these. They are also known as sap. Roots, stems, and leaves use them to transport water, sugar, and other substances.

                                          Considering that you know the basics of Physiology, you can move ahead with joining our course.

                                          Course Overview

                                          The two viewpoints basically refreshed on two degrees of association of living things and phenomena. Plants are the physical machines and plant physiology is the order that aides in understanding these machines in better structure.

                                          Basic Requirements

                                          • Class 10 Student

                                          Skills Covered

                                          • Plant Physiology

                                          • Human Physiology

                                          Expert Review

                                          How does Human physiology work?

                                          Studying the human body's characteristics and mechanisms is physiology.

                                          Humans are composed of approximately 100 trillion cells each capable of performing a specific function. Each red blood cell transports oxygen from the lungs to every cell in the body. Each cell has some basic characteristics in common. By combining oxygen with carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, energy is released, nutrients are consumed, and energy is produced. Every cell is capable of reproducing itself.

                                          Anatomy vs. Physiology

                                          In contrast to human anatomy, physiology examines how the body's structures and organs function. Imaging tests like an X-ray or ultrasound can reveal your anatomy, but other exams like blood and urine tests and electrocardiograms (EKGs) reveal the physiology of your body.

                                          How does physiology help us understand the human body?

                                          Many different organ systems are studied using physiology by doctors, including:

                                            1) Your cardiovascular system includes your heart and blood vessels

                                              2) In addition to the stomach and intestines, there are other digestive organs

                                                3) Endocrine glands produce hormones, which control many body functions

                                                  4) In addition to the immune system, which protects you against germs and diseases

                                                    5) The muscular system helps your body move

                                                      6) Your nervous system includes your brain, spinal cord, and nerves

                                                        7) You have a renal system that contains your kidneys and other organs that regulate your body's fluid levels

                                                          8) As well as the reproductive system for both men and women

                                                            9) Your respiratory system, including your lungs and airways

                                                              10) Bones, joints, cartilage, and connective tissue comprise the skeletal system

                                                              Plant Physiology

                                                              Plant physiology is the study of the physiological processes or functions of plants. The objective is to study cellular, molecular, and ecological aspects of plant variation, which are related to aspects of plant exploration on a molecular and cellular level.

                                                              In order for terrestrial plants to survive, special methods and procedures were required to distinguish between water and carbon dioxide.

                                                              Different structures and functions of plants are covered in plant physiology. As a result, it offers a way to analyze plant processes, namely photosynthesis, mineral nutrition, respiration, transportation, and ultimately plant development and growth.

                                                              The physiology of plant parts

                                                              1) Leaves

                                                              The leaves are an important organ of the plant. They are available in a variety of sizes and shapes. This is where photosynthesis takes place.

                                                              2) Stem

                                                              The stem provides structure and support to the plant. Many important functions are performed by them, including plant growth, competition and survival in various environments, etc. Different species have different stem structures.

                                                              3) Roots

                                                              A plant's roots absorb water and nutrients from the soil. Therefore, they are an essential part of the plant.

                                                              4) The Xylem and the Phloem

                                                              The plant's vascular tissues are formed by these. They are also known as sap. Roots, stems, and leaves use them to transport water, sugar, and other substances.

                                                              Considering that you know the basics of Physiology, you can move ahead with joining our course.

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