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Human physiology is the science of the mechanical, physical, and biochemical functions of humans in good health, their organs, and the cells of which they are composed. The principal level of focus of physiology is at the level of organs and systems. Most aspects of human physiology are closely homologous to corresponding aspects of animal physiology, and animal experimentation has provided much of the foundation of physiological knowledge. Anatomy and physiology are closely related fields of study: anatomy, the study of form, and physiology, the study of function, are intrinsically tied and are studied in tandem as part of a medical curriculum.
Elephants may Hold Secrets to Long Life

Elephants may Hold Secrets to Long Life

Study Shows How Sensory Neurons Control Gastrointestinal Tracts

Study Shows How Sensory Neurons Control Gastrointestinal Tracts

Discovering Age and Sex-Specific Obesity Genes in the Genome

Discovering Age and Sex-Specific Obesity Genes in the Genome

New Proof-of-Concept Model for Delivering Gene Editing Tools to Treat Blood Disorders

New Proof-of-Concept Model for Delivering Gene Editing Tools to Treat Blood Disorders

Study Unravels How the Microbiome Shapes Evolutionary Immune Defenses

Study Unravels How the Microbiome Shapes Evolutionary Immune Defenses

T Cells Play a Dual Role in Wasting During Infection

T Cells Play a Dual Role in Wasting During Infection

New Protein Found to be Key to Proper Functioning of Acinar Cells

New Protein Found to be Key to Proper Functioning of Acinar Cells

Study Identifies a Gene That Largely Controls Weeping Growth in Apple

Study Identifies a Gene That Largely Controls Weeping Growth in Apple

Dad’s Genes “Remote Control” Mom’s Metabolism to Benefit Fetus

Dad’s Genes “Remote Control” Mom’s Metabolism to Benefit Fetus

Lipe Gene Plays Pivotal Role in Retinal Health, Study Finds

Lipe Gene Plays Pivotal Role in Retinal Health, Study Finds

New Insight Into the Physiology of NO-Reducing Microorganisms

New Insight Into the Physiology of NO-Reducing Microorganisms

Mapping Immune Microenvironments in Human Placenta

Mapping Immune Microenvironments in Human Placenta

Study Uncovers Candidate Genes That may Drive Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Study Uncovers Candidate Genes That may Drive Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Negative Modulation of Arabidopsis Salinity Tolerance by CONSTANS Protein

Negative Modulation of Arabidopsis Salinity Tolerance by CONSTANS Protein

Triazoles: A Threat to Wild Birds

Triazoles: A Threat to Wild Birds

Seeking to Understand the Long-Term Effects of Whale Shark Feeding Practices

Seeking to Understand the Long-Term Effects of Whale Shark Feeding Practices

Microgels with Uniform DNA Encapsulation Resembling Living Cells

Microgels with Uniform DNA Encapsulation Resembling Living Cells

Rescue Treatment Found From Plant Extracts for People With Ataxia

Rescue Treatment Found From Plant Extracts for People With Ataxia

Detailed Genome Map to Prevent the Extinction of the Rusty Patched Bumblebee

Detailed Genome Map to Prevent the Extinction of the Rusty Patched Bumblebee

Study Reveals Genetic Underpinnings That Allow Highland Mice to Protect Developing Fetuses

Study Reveals Genetic Underpinnings That Allow Highland Mice to Protect Developing Fetuses

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