Human Physiology https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/1260720462.jpeg 16 2022 9781260720464 Fox’s Human Physiology, was created for the one-semester Human Physiology course, often taken by allied health and biology students. Clear explanations and a solid learning framework based on integrating clinically germane information with knowledge of the body’s physiological processes have made Human Physiology a market-leading text. The new 16th edition continues the author’s tradition of readability and currency of information with the most updated, concise, and student-oriented presentation. This revision brings a new perspective from co-author, Krista Rompolski, an active physiology educator.
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Human Physiology

Human Physiology, 16th Edition

ISBN10: 1260720462 | ISBN13: 9781260720464
By Stuart Fox, Krista Rompolski

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Fox’s Human Physiology, was created for the one-semester Human Physiology course, often taken by allied health and biology students. Clear explanations and a solid learning framework based on integrating clinically germane information with knowledge of the body’s physiological processes have made Human Physiology a market-leading text. The new 16th edition continues the author’s tradition of readability and currency of information with the most updated, concise, and student-oriented presentation. This revision brings a new perspective from co-author, Krista Rompolski, an active physiology educator.

1. The Study of Body Function
2. Chemical Composition of the Body
3. Cell Structure and Genetic Control
4. Enzymes and Energy
5. Cell Respiration and Metabolism
6. Interactions Between Cells and the Extracellular Environment
7. The Nervous System
8. The Central Nervous System
9. The Autonomic Nervous System
10. Sensory Physiology
11. Endocrine Glands
12. Muscle
13. Blood, Heart and Circulation
14. Cardio Output, Blood Flow, and Blood Pressure
15. The Immune System
16. Respiratory Physiology
17. Physiology of the Kidneys
18. The Digestive System
19. Regulation of Metabolism
20. Reproduction
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About the Author

Stuart Fox

Stuart Fox is a professor at Pierce College in Los Angeles. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California in Medical Physiology. In addition to his work on this text, he is the co-author of Concepts of Human A&P, Synopsis of Anatomy & Physiology, several lab manuals, and numerous research papers.

Krista Rompolski

Krista Lee Rompolski earned her Ph.D. in exercise physiology from the University of Pittsburgh, Department of Health and Physical Activity, after earning her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Bloomsburg University, near her birthplace of Mount Carmel, PA. Krista is currently an associate professor of Physical Therapy at Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA, where she teaches Gross Anatomy and Pathophysiology to the Physical Therapy students, as well as Anatomy and Physiology to undergraduate Health Sciences students. Prior to joining Moravian College, Krista taught Anatomy, Physiology, Pathophysiology, and clinical research courses at Drexel University for seven years.

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