Anatomy & Physiology Made Incredibly Visual! (Incredibly by Springhouse

By Springhouse

A part of the quite visible! extension of the award-winning exceptionally effortless! Series®, this cutting edge ebook makes use of a brilliant photograph presentation to maximise the ability of visible considering in knowing anatomy and body structure. hundreds of thousands of precise and colourful pictures, diagrams, charts, and different visible aids reveal the anatomic constructions and physiologic procedures of every physique method. emblems contain reminiscence Board—visual mnemonics; inside of Scoop—close-up examine inner anatomic buildings; elect the Flow—physiology flowcharts; and during the Ages—age-related concerns. "Vision Quest" puzzles try readers' wisdom in an enjoyable method.

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Four basic types of chemical reactions • Synthesis: Two or more substances combine to form a new, more complex substance • Decomposition: One substance breaks down into two or more simpler substances • Exchange: A combination of decomposition and synthesis 52 53 • Reversible: The product may revert back to its original reactant or vice versa An atom with an outer shell that contains only pairs of electrons is chemically inactive, or stable. An atom with single (unpaired) electrons orbiting in its outermost electron shell can be chemically activethat is, able to take part in chemical reactions.

Variations in a particular geneâ such as brown, blue, or green eye colorâ are called alleles. The effect that gene has on cell structure or function is called gene expression. Gene expression can vary with the gene. How genes express themselves Dominant genes If genes could speak, dominant genes would be loud and garrulous, dominating every conversation! Dominant genes (such as the one for dark hair) can be expressed and transmitted to the offspring even if only one parent possesses the gene. Recessive genes Unlike dominant genes, recessive genes prefer to hide their light under a bushel basket.

29 Chemical reactions Chemical reactions depend on energy as well as particle concentration, speed, and orientation. A chemical reaction involves unpaired electrons in the outer shells of atoms. In this reaction, one of two events occurs: • Unpaired electrons from the outer shell of one atom transfer to the outer shell of another atom • One atom shares its unpaired electrons with another atom. Four basic types of chemical reactions • Synthesis: Two or more substances combine to form a new, more complex substance • Decomposition: One substance breaks down into two or more simpler substances • Exchange: A combination of decomposition and synthesis 52 53 • Reversible: The product may revert back to its original reactant or vice versa An atom with an outer shell that contains only pairs of electrons is chemically inactive, or stable.

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