Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach, Global Edition

Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach, Global Edition - Dee Unglaub Silverthorn - 9781292259543 - Biology - Human Physiology (127)
Series
Pearson
Author
Dee Unglaub Silverthorn  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
8
Language
English
Total pages
984
Pub.-date
October 2018
ISBN13
9781292259543
ISBN
129225954X
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For courses in Human Physiology.

 

Move beyond memorization: Prepare students for tomorrow’s challenges

Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach is the #1 best-selling 1-semester human physiology text world-wide. The 8th Edition engages students in developing a deeper understanding of human physiology by guiding them to think critically and equipping them to solve real-world problems. Updates, such as new Try It activities and detailed teaching suggestions in the new Ready-to-Go Teaching Modules help students learn and apply mapping skills, graphing skills, and data interpretation skills.

 

The text reflects Dr. Silverthorn’s active learning style of instruction and builds upon the thorough integration of “big picture” themes with up-to-date cellular and molecular physiology topics that have always been the foundation of her approach.

 

Pearson Mastering A&P is not included. Students, if Pearson Mastering A&P is a recommended/mandatory component of the course, please ask your instructor for the correct ISBN. Pearson Mastering A&P should only be purchased when required by an instructor. Instructors, contact your Pearson representative for more information.

 

Reach every student by pairing this text with Mastering A&P

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Features

This title is a Pearson Global Edition. The editorial team at Pearson has worked closely with educators around the world to include content which is especially relevant to students outside the United States.

 

Emphasize “big picture” biological concepts and the integrative nature of how organ systems work together  

●   EXPANDED!  Easy-to-Follow Instructions help students integrate information by creating concept maps and flow charts.  

o ENHANCED! Figure 1.3 “Focus on…Mapping” now includes succinct hints, updated recommendations for creating electronic concept maps, and an illustrated 3-step example.

o NEW! A Ready-to-Go Teaching Module provides extensive teaching suggestions for instructors to guide students in creating concept maps.

o Mapping Exercises are included in the end-of-chapter Review Questions for most chapters.

●   Unique Integrative Physiology chapters (Chapters 13, 20, and 25) ask students to step back and look at the big picture to learn how separate physiological processes work together in an integrated system. These chapters explore control of body movement, fluid and electrolyte balance, and exercise and demonstrate the emergent properties of the various body systems.

●   Four core concepts in biology that are most related to physiology are introduced in Chapter 1, informed by recommendations from academic organizations including NSF, AAAS, HHMI, and AAMC.  The four themes explore structure-function relationships, biological energy use, information flow within an organism, and homeostasis and control systems that maintain homeostasis.

Guide students to think critically and use information to solve real-world problems

●   NEW! “Try it” Activities present a realworld research problem or classic experiment and guide students in analyzing the data and thinking like a scientist by considering different outcomes, designing a follow-up experiment, or forming a hypothesis. “Try it” Activity topics include Graphing (Chapter 1), Cell Membrane Models (Chapter 5), Action Potentials in Venus Flytraps (Chapter 8), SaltySweet Taste Experiment (Chapter 10), the FrankStarling Law of the Heart (Chapter 14), Insulin (Chapter 19) and Oral Rehydration Therapy (Chapter 21).

o NEW! An assignable version of each “Try it” activity is available in Mastering A&P, including coaching and feedback.  

●   UPDATED! Figure 1.15 “Focus on…Graphing” now integrates instructions and example graphs more closely to immediately engage students in active learning and concludes with the new “Try It” activity that students could complete in class or outside of class.

o NEW! A Ready-to-Go Teaching Module includes a wealth of teaching ideas to help students build and practice graphing skills.

●   Running Problems explore a real-world disease or disorder that unfolds in short segments throughout the chapter.  Students can check their understanding by comparing their answers with those in Problem Conclusion at the end of each chapter. Related Running Problem Coaching Activities can be assigned in Mastering A&P.

●   Questions throughout the chapter give students an opportunity to check their understanding.

o Figure Questions and Graph Questions ask students to think critically and analytically, providing frequent stop-and-think opportunities to reinforce important concepts while building visualization and graphing skills.  Answers to these questions appear at the end of the text, in Appendix A.  

o Concept Checks appear at intervals throughout the chapter and test students before they move on.

●   End-of-chapter, 4-Level Review Questions help to build the student’s confidence as they progress from answering factual questions, to conceptual problems, to analytical exercises, and concluding with quantitative questions. The variety of questions also gives instructors flexibility in assigning homework from the text:

o Level 1 questions review basic facts and terms.

o Level 2 questions test the student's ability to comprehend and integrate the key concepts in the chapter.

o Level 3 exercises are real-world scenarios designed to develop problem-solving skills.

o Level 4 questions are quantitative questions that require mathematical skills.

Cover the right balance of fundamental physiology concepts along with exciting research developments

●   NEW!  Carefully selected content updates have been added throughout the text to reflect the dynamic state of physiology research, including:

o Developments using Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSs)

o Updates on mechanisms of axonal transport and associated diseases: dynein, kinesin, fragile X, Alzheimer’s, and microcephaly

o New information on the role of the kidney in hypertension

o Extensive revisions in Chapter 24 on the Immune System, including 6 new figures and new discussions on long-lived plasma cells, mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT), self-antigens, negative selection, Zika virus, B cell receptors, regulatory T cells, and more.

●   UPDATED! Easy-to-follow references direct learners to related content and media

o NEW! IP 2.0 integrated call-outs and Mastering Study Area references highlight practice opportunities and quizzes for students.

o Learning Outcomes appear at the beginning of every chapter to provide a learning framework for students, allowing them to easily test their knowledge after reading.

●   Background Basics and Concept Links help students locate, revisit, and review topics they encounter.

●   Carefully developed Art program helps students learn physiology more efficiently.

o Essentials Figures distill the basics of a topic into one or two pages, helping students to see the big picture of human physiology.  Instructors can assign related Pearson Mastering A&P coaching activities that explore these topics in greater depth.

o Anatomy Summary Figures provide succinct visual overviews of a physiological system from a macro to micro perspective.  Whether students are learning the anatomy for the first time or refreshing their memory, these summaries show the essential features of each system in a single figure.

o Reflex pathway maps and concept maps demonstrate at-a-glance complex physiological processes.

o Review Figures visually present foundational concepts that students may already be familiar with. Students may find it helpful to check out these figures before learning new physiology concepts.

o Additional “Focus On…” Figures highlight the anatomy and physiology of important organs, including the skin, bone marrow, the liver, the spleen, the thymus gland, and the pineal gland.

 

Pearson Mastering A&P is not included. Students, if Pearson Mastering A&P is a recommended/mandatory component of the course, please ask your instructor for the correct ISBN. Pearson Mastering A&P should only be purchased when required by an instructor. Instructors, contact your Pearson representative for more information.

Guide students to think critically and use information to solve real-world problems

●   NEW! “Try it” Coaching Activities present a real-world research problem or classic experiment and guide students in analyzing the data and thinking like a scientist by considering different outcomes, designing a follow-up experiment, or forming a hypothesis. “Try it” Activities are included in the text and explore Graphing (Chapter 1), Cell Membrane Models (Chapter 5), Action Potentials in Venus Flytraps (Chapter 8), Salty-Sweet Taste Experiment (Chapter 10), the FrankStarling Law of the Heart (Chapter 14), Insulin (Chapter 19) and Oral Rehydration Therapy (Chapter 21).

●   Nurses Need Physiology Case Studies are multi-step coaching activities that guide students through the steps of diagnosing and treating patients in real-world clinical scenarios.

●   Running Problem Coaching Activities are based on the Running Problems in the text that are interspersed throughout the chapters and include Socratic hints and feedback to help students develop critical thinking skills.

Coach students through challenging Human Physiology topics

●   EXPANDED! Interactive Physiology 2.0 helps students advance beyond memorization to a genuine understanding of complex physiological processes. Now fully accessible on all mobile devices, IP 2.0 tutorials feature new graphics, quicker navigation, and more robust activities where students can explore, experiment, and predict. New IP 2.0 modules include: Generation of an Action Potential, Resting Membrane Potential, Electrical Activity of the Heart, Cardiac Output, Factors Affecting Blood Pressure, and Cardiac Cycle.  Forthcoming modules - scheduled for Fall 2018 release - include Glomerular Filtration, Events at Neuromuscular Junction and Excitation-Contraction Coupling. IP 2.0 tutorials are assignable as coaching activities in Mastering A&P.  

o NEW!  Interactive Physiology Animations from the original award-winning Interactive Physiology tutorial program have been converted to animations to accommodate learners using a wide range of web browsers and mobile devices. IP Animations are assignable as coaching activities in Mastering A&P.

●   Essentials Figure Coaching Activities are based on the Essentials Figures in the text, which blends narrative explanations and clear visuals that better enable students to visualize difficult concepts and physiological processes.

●   PhysioEx Laboratory Simulations offer a supplement or substitute for wet labs due to cost, time, or safety concerns.

●   A&P Flix™ Coaching Activities offer stunning 3D visuals of core and complex concepts with in-depth assessments to test student understanding. References to relevant A&P Flix animations now appear within chapters in the text.

New to this Edition

About the Book

 

Emphasize “big picture” biological concepts and the integrative nature of how organ systems work together  

●   Expanded Easy-to-Follow Instructions help students integrate information by creating concept maps and flow charts.  

o Enhanced Figure 1.3 “Focus on…Mapping” now includes succinct hints, updated recommendations for creating electronic concept maps, and an illustrated 3-step example.

o A Ready-to-Go Teaching Module provides extensive teaching suggestions for instructors to guide students in creating concept maps.

Guide students to think critically and use information to solve real-world problems

●    “Try it” Activities present a real-world research problem or classic experiment and guide students in analyzing the data and thinking like a scientist by considering different outcomes, designing a follow-up experiment, or forming a hypothesis. “Try it” Activity topics include Graphing (Chapter 1), Cell Membrane Models (Chapter 5), Action Potentials in Venus Flytraps (Chapter 8), Salty-Sweet Taste Experiment (Chapter 10), the Frank-Starling Law of the Heart (Chapter 14), Insulin (Chapter 19) and Oral Rehydration Therapy (Chapter 21).

●   Updated Figure 1.15 “Focus on…Graphing” now integrates instructions and example graphs more closely to immediately engage students in active learning, and concludes with the new “Try It” activity that students could complete in class or outside of class.

o A Ready-to-Go Teaching Module includes a wealth of teaching ideas to help students build and practice graphing skills.

Cover the right balance of fundamental physiology concepts along with exciting research developments

●   Carefully selected content updates have been added throughout the text to reflect the dynamic state of physiology research, including:

o Developments using Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSs)

o Updates on mechanisms of axonal transport and associated diseases: dynein, kinesin, fragile X, Alzheimer’s, and microcephaly

o New information on the role of the kidney in hypertension

o Extensive revisions in Chapter 24 on the Immune System, including 6 new figures and new discussions on long-lived plasma cells, mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT), self-antigens, negative selection, Zika virus, B cell receptors, regulatory T cells, and more.

●   Updated Easy-to-follow references direct learners to related content and media

o IP 2.0 integrated call-outs and Mastering Study Area references highlight practice opportunities and quizzes for students.

o Learning Outcomes appear at the beginning of every chapter to provide a learning framework for students, allowing them to easily test their knowledge after reading.

●   Background Basics and Concept Links help students locate, revisit, and review topics they encounter.

●   Carefully developed Art program helps students learn physiology more efficiently.

o Additional “Focus On…” Figures highlight the anatomy and physiology of important organs, including the skin, bone marrow, the liver, the spleen, the thymus gland, and the pineal gland.

 

Pearson Mastering A&P is not included. Students, if Pearson Mastering A&P is a recommended/mandatory component of the course, please ask your instructor for the correct ISBN. Pearson Mastering A&P should only be purchased when required by an instructor. Instructors, contact your Pearson representative for more information.

Guide students to think critically and use information to solve real-world problems

●    “Try it” Coaching Activities present a real-world research problem or classic experiment and guide students in analyzing the data and thinking like a scientist by considering different outcomes, designing a follow-up experiment, or forming a hypothesis. “Try it” Activities are included in the text and explore Graphing (Chapter 1), Cell Membrane Models (Chapter 5), Action Potentials in Venus Flytraps (Chapter 8), Salty-Sweet Taste Experiment (Chapter 10), the Frank-Starling Law of the Heart (Chapter 14), Insulin (Chapter 19) and Oral Rehydration Therapy (Chapter 21).

Coach students through challenging Human Physiology topics

●   Expanded Interactive Physiology 2.0 helps students advance beyond memorization to a genuine understanding of complex physiological processes. Now fully accessible on all mobile devices, IP 2.0 tutorials feature new graphics, quicker navigation, and more robust activities where students can explore, experiment, and predict. New IP 2.0 modules include: Generation of an Action Potential, Resting Membrane Potential, Electrical Activity of the Heart, Cardiac Output, Factors Affecting Blood Pressure, and Cardiac Cycle.  Forthcoming modules - scheduled for Fall 2018 release - include Glomerular Filtration, Events at Neuromuscular Junction and Excitation-Contraction Coupling. IP 2.0 tutorials are assignable as coaching activities in Mastering A&P.  

o Interactive Physiology Animations from the original award-winning Interactive Physiology tutorial program have been converted to animations to accommodate learners using a wide range of web browsers and mobile devices. IP Animations are assignable as coaching activities in Mastering A&P. 

Table of Contents

 

I. BASIC CELL PROCESSES: INTEGRATION AND COORDINATION

1. Introduction to Physiology

2. Molecular Interactions

3. Compartmentation: Cells and Tissues

4. Energy and Cellular Metabolism

5. Membrane Dynamics

6. Communication, Integration, and Homeostasis

II. HOMEOSTASIS AND CONTROL

7. Introduction to the Endocrine System

8. Neurons: Cellular and Network Properties

9. The Central Nervous System

10. Sensory Physiology

11. Efferent Division: Autonomic and Somatic Motor Control

12. Muscles

13. Integrative Physiology I: Control of Body Movement

III. INTEGRATION OF FUNCTION

14. Cardiovascular Physiology

15. Blood Flow and the Control of Blood Pressure

16. Blood

17. Mechanics of Breathing

18. Gas Exchange and Transport

19. The Kidneys

20. Integrative Physiology II: Fluid and Electrolyte Balance

IV. METABOLISM, GROWTH, AND AGING

21. The Digestive System

22. Metabolism and Energy Balance

23. Endocrine Control of Growth and Metabolism

24. The Immune System

25. Integrative Physiology III: Exercise

26. Reproduction and Development