Essentials of Physiology for Veterinary Students

Essentials of Physiology for Veterinary Students PDF

By Diarmid Noël Paton

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Table of Contents

CONTENTS
PART I
SECTION 1
PROTOPLASM
SECTION II
THE CELL
SECTION 111
THE TISSUES
A. THE VEGETATIVE Tissues-
Epithelium
1. Squamous
2. Columnar
3. Secreting
4. Ciliated
Connective Tissues–
1. Mucoid.
2. Fibrous
3. Cartilage
4. Bone
B. The MASTER TISSUES – MUSCLE AND Nerve-
Muscle.
1. At rest-Structure, Chemistry and Physical Characters
2. In Action
a. Skeletal
6. Visceral
3. The Chemical Changes in Muscle and Source of Energy
evolved
4. Death of Muscle

Nerve
1. Structure and Development
2. Chemistry of Nerve.
3. Physiology of Nerve

SECTION IV
1. THE Neuro-MUSCULAR MECHANISM .
1. Neural Arcs
2. Mode of Action of Neural Ares
3. Fatigue of Neuro-Muscular Mechanism
4. The Chief Receptor Mechanisms
a. Intero-ceptive Mechanism
b. Proprio-ceptive Spinal Mechanism
c. Extero-ceptive Mechanism
(a) Contact —

1. Tactile Sense
2. Thermal Sense
3. Taste, Sense of

(b) Distance–

1. Smell, Sense of
2. Sight, Sense of
3. Hearing, Sense of
d. Proprio-ceptive Mechanism of the Head
6. The Connections between the Receiving and Reacting Mechanisms 149
II. CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM-
A. Spinal Cord
B. Medulla.
C. Region of Pons Varolii
D. Cerebellum
E. Crura Cerebri and Corpora Quadrigemina
F. Cerebrum

PART II
THE NUTRITION OF THE TISSUES
SECTION V
FLUIDS BATHING THE TISSUES
BLOOD AND LYMPH
A. Blood
B. Lymph

CIRCULATION
1. General Arrangement
2. The Central Pump, The Heart
3. Circulation in the Blood and Lymph Vessels

SECTION VI
SUPPLY OF NOURISHING MATERIAL TO THE BLOOD AND LYMPH, AND
ELIMINATION OF WASTE MATTER FROM THEM
L. RESPIRATION
11. FOOD AND DIGESTION
a. Food
b. Digestion.
c. Absorption of Food .
d. Fate of the Food Absorbed
e. General Metabolism.
f. Dietetics
SECTION VII
INTERNAL SECRETIONS OR HORMONES-
Their Production and Action
SECTION VIII
EXCRETION OF MATTER FROM THE Body-
1. Excretion by the Lungs
2. Excretion by the Kidneys-
Urine
Secretion of Urine-Kidney
3. Excretion by the Skin

PART HI

REPRODUCTION

APPENDIX

INDEX.

ERRATA

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