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Now up to date to complete colour all through, Anatomy & body structure Made tremendously effortless! 3rd Edition provides the great, occasionally overwhelming information of anatomy and body structure within the relaxing, hassle-free, award-winning Incredibly Easy! kind. It studies the middle ideas of A&P and gives certain assurance of each physique method, meals, fluids and electrolytes, replica and lactation, and genetics. This variation features a "Practice Makes ideal" element of NCLEX®-style questions and pocket-sized examine playing cards for on-the-go review.

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Here’s how the skin does its job. It’s time to warm up The skin becomes exposed to cold or internal body temperature falls. Blood vessels constrict in response to stimuli from the autonomic nervous system. Blood flow decreases through the skin and body heat is conserved. Now let’s cool things off Increased blood flow reduces body heat. If this doesn’t lower temperature, the eccrine glands act to increase sweat production, and evaporation cools the skin. Small arteries in the second skin layer dilate (expand).

4. Which definition applies to the term mutation? A. An environmental agent responsible for a genetic defect B. A permanent change in genetic material C. Interaction of at least two abnormal genes D. Expression of a recessive gene in an offspring Answer: B. A mutation is a permanent change in genetic material that may result from exposure to radiation, certain chemicals, or viruses. Mutations may also occur spontaneously. 5. A child has brown eyes and brown hair. This description reveals the child’s: A.

Building up the blocks Many amino acids linked together form a polypeptide. One or more polypeptides form a protein. The sequence of amino acids in a protein’s polypeptide chain dictates its shape. A protein’s shape determines which of its many functions it performs: • providing structure and protection • promoting muscle contraction • transporting various substances • regulating processes • serving as an enzyme (the largest group of proteins, which act as catalysts for crucial chemical reactions).

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