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Human physiology is the study of the mechanical, physical, and biochemical elements of ordinary people or human tissues or organs. Human physiology is firmly identified with life systems, in that life systems is the investigation of structure, physiology is the investigation of capacity, and there is a characteristic connection among structure and capacity.
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Living organisms are studied through the study of physiology. Human physiology is therefore concerned with the physiological attributes of the human body at multiple levels of the organization, from cellular to tissue, and ultimately to biological systems. An understanding of human physiology provides insight into the vital processes that the body uses to achieve the ultimate goal of maintaining homeostasis.
Points to remember
There are four major elements in the human body: hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, and nitrogen.
There are different organelles in a typical eukaryotic cell, including the nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, and mitochondria, which are surrounded by a lipid bilayer cell membrane.
Numerous cellular activities are carried out by the cell, such as molecular transport, gene expression, protein synthesis, anabolism, and catabolism.
By compensatory regulatory responses, homeostatic control systems maintain a relatively stable internal environment.
Cells have specialized functions. Electric signals are generated and sent by neurons to elicit responses. Muscle cells are specialized to generate force and movement.
A sequestering cell releases chemicals, such as hormones, that can stimulate or inhibit a biological process.
Behavior or brain activity patterns can define consciousness.
There are several biological systems in the body, including the circulatory system (which transports molecules, blood cells, and nutrients) and the urogenital system (which regulates water and inorganic ions) and the gastrointestinal system (which breaks down food particles).
Considering that you know the basic Key points Physiology, you can move ahead with joining our course.
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