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physiology in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishphysiologyphys‧i‧ol‧o‧gy /ˌfɪziˈɒlədʒi $ -ˈɑː-/ noun [uncountable]  1 Mthe science that studies the way in which the bodies of living things work a book on biochemistry and physiology2 HBHthe way the body of a person or an animal worksanatomy the physiology of the brainphysiological adjective
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physiologyThe session may cover the background anatomy and physiology necessary for the understanding of diseases treated on the ward.From this Russell concludes that dinosaurs were more like birds in their soft anatomy and physiology.Chemistry was parexcellence the laboratory science of the earlier nineteenth century, but experimental physics and physiology needed similar facilities.That was good psychology, and good physiology.This suggests that individual variations in physiology and metabolism must be an important factor.This holding-back plays havoc with bodily functions, and research is continually showing us new relationships between stress and our physiology.It is little wonder then, given these handicaps of sheer physiology, that chimps are incapable of speech.a study of the physiology of whales