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Anatomy and Physiology for Paramedicals by Singh AK (2008) Edition : 1/e
DOI : 10.5005/jp/books/11971   ISBN:9788184482577

The book has been written strictly as per prescribed syllabus of Anatomy and Physiology for Paramedicals. A beginner needs to be introduced to basic concepts and elementary principles that are used in Anatomy and Physiology. An attempt has been made to explore the same in as simple a language and as lucid a manner as possible, keeping in mind the intellectua... [More]

Anatomy and Physiology for Paramedicals
Basics in Human Anatomy by N Leelavathy, Vijay Rao Vani, Singhal Suruchi, Ranganath Priya, R Roopa (2008) Edition : 1/e
DOI : 10.5005/jp/books/10083   ISBN:9788184484236

Anatomy is a vast subject. Learning the structure of each and every part of the human body separately is impossible. The books which are usually followed by the paramedical students at present, contain anatomy, physiology and biochemistry in combination which they find difficult to study. This book contains a simplified version of all systems and it is hope... [More]

Basics in Human Anatomy
Chapter-01 Cell and Tissues of the Body by Saraswathi P (2008) Edition : 1/e

Cell, Tissues, Cytoplasm, Plasma membrane, Organelles, Endoplasmic reticulum, Secretion granules, Lysosome, Centrioles, Cell Division, Mitosis, Daughter cells, Meiosis, Krebs citric acid cycle, Cytochromes, Oxidative phosphorylation, Golgi complex, Cristae, Internal membrane synthesis, Hydrolase, Acid phosphatase, Glycosidase, Sulfatases, Macro-molecular sub... [More]

Chapter-01 Introduction by Sant Sudhir (2008) Edition : 2/e

Life begins at fertilization. Fertilized ovum (zygote) then grows to form the adult. Part of this growth takes place before birth inside uterus (prenatal) and part of the growth is after birth (postnatal). Prenatal period is divided in embryonic period and foetal period. Postnatal period is also divided in various parts starting from infancy to adult hood. P... [More]

Chapter-01 Introduction by N Leelavathy, Ranganath Priya, Singhal Suruchi, Rao Vani Vijay (2008) Edition : 1/e

Different planes used are sagittal, coronal, superior, inferior, anterior, posterior, median, medial, lateral, superficial, and deep; movements are flexion, extension, abduction, and adduction. Basic structural unit is cell which has many organelles. Anatomical position, Planes, Movement, Cell, Organelles.

   Chapter DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11971_1      

Body cavity, Body fluid, Cardiovascular system (CVS), Different system functioning in body, Digestive system, Endocrine system, Excretory system, Homeostasis, Mediastinum, Nervous system, Reproductive system, Respiratory system, Skeletomuscular system, Subdivision of physiology

Chapter-01 Microscope by Bokariya Pradeep (2008) Edition : 1/e

This chapter deals with basic information pertaining to microscopes. The various types of microscopes have been elucidated. The brief account of different parts of light compound microscope along with well labeled diagram has been given. Precautions related to handling of instrument have also been provided in the end of chapter. Microscope, Light microscope,... [More]

Chapter-01 Oral Histology by Wadhwan Vijay (2008) Edition : 1/e

Oral histology, Development of tooth, Parts of tooth, Dentin, Cementum, Pulp, Periodontal ligament, Salivary gland, Bone, Oral mucous membrane, Basic stains used in laboratory, Surface areas of different regions of the mouth, Derivatives of germ layers, Neural crest cells

Chapter-02 Cell and its Organelles by Bokariya Pradeep (2008) Edition : 1/e

This chapter gives the brief introduction of functional unit of life, i.e. cell. It also elucidates the different cell organelles with brief introduction to all of them. It also provides well labeled diagram of cell showing all important components of same. Pathological aspect related associated cell are also shown at the end of chapter which makes understan... [More]