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Human Physiology

PART OF IntechOpen Book Series: Physiology

ISSN 2631-8261

Research Topic on Human Physiology - always open for submissions, with an Annual Volume published each calendar year with a dedicated ISSN and ISBN.

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Scope

Human physiology is the scientific exploration of the various functions (physical, biochemical, and mechanical properties) of humans, their organs, and their constituent cells. The endocrine and nervous systems play important roles in maintaining homeostasis in the human body. Integration, which is the biological basis of physiology, is achieved through communication between the many overlapping functions of the human body's systems, which takes place through electrical and chemical means. Much of the basis of our knowledge of human physiology has been provided by animal experiments. Because of the close relationship between structure and function, studies in human physiology and anatomy seek to understand the mechanisms that help the human body function. The series on human physiology deals with the various mechanisms of interaction between the various organs, nerves, and cells in the human body.

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Anatomy Cells Organs Systems Homeostasis Functions

Topic Editor

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Kunihiro Sakuma

Tokyo Institute of Technology

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Kotomi Sakai

Ritsumeikan University, Japan

Part of book series

Physiology

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BOOK SERIES DOI 10.5772/intechopen.72796

ISSN 2631-8261

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