Physiology 1 Lectures

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Physiology 1

Lectures

Like most instructors, I use PowerPoint. Each lecture is posted here.

These PowerPoint links are the same as each lecture. Each file is quite large, approximately 2-7 mB. It takes a long time to download them, even with a high-speed connection. You do not need PowerPoint software to view the presentations. If you can't view these presentations on your computer, you can download a PowerPoint 2007 Viewer for Windows from Microsoft. Mac users can do the same.

If you print them two- or three-to-a-page, there will be room to take notes, too. On Windows Vista or XP, select Print, and at the bottom of the Print Window, you are asked "Print What?" Select "Handouts (3 Slides per page)," or whatever you choose.

 

Chapter 1: Introduction to Physiology
Chapter 2: Molecular Interactions
Chapter 3: Compartmentation: Cells and Tissues
Chapter 4: Energy and Cellular Metabolism, Part 1
Chapter 4: Energy and Cellular Metabolism, Part 2
Chapter 5: Membrane Dynamics, Part 1
Chapter 5: Membrane Dynamics, Part 2
Chapter 6: Communication, Integration, and Homeostasis, Part 1
Chapter 6: Communication, Integration, and Homeostasis, Part 2
Chapter 7: Introduction to the Endocrine System
Chapter 8: Neurons, Part 1
Chapter 8: Neurons, Part 2
Chapter 10: Sensory Physiology, Part 1
Chapter 10: Sensory Physiology, Part 2
Chapter 11: Efferent Division
Chapter 12: Muscles
Chapter 13: Integrative Physiology (very short chapter)
Chapter 14: Cardiovascular Physiology, Part 1
Chapter 14: Cardiovascular Physiology, Part 2
Chapter 15: Blood Flow, Part 1
Chapter 15: Blood Flow, Part 2
Chapter 16: Blood
Chapter 17: Mechanics of Breathing
Chapter 18: Gas Exchange and Transport

Chapter 19: The Kidneys

Chapter 20: Fluid and Electrolyte Balance

Chapter 21: The Digestive System

Chapter 22, 23: Energy and Metabolism

Chapter 24: The Immune System

Chapter 26: Reproduction and Development, Part 1

Chapter 26: Reproduction and Development, Part 2