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A part of the enormously visible! extension of the award-winning tremendously effortless! Series®, this leading edge e-book makes use of a brilliant picture presentation to maximise the facility of visible pondering in realizing anatomy and body structure. hundreds of thousands of specified and colourful pictures, diagrams, charts, and different visible aids display the anatomic constructions and physiologic strategies of every physique process. trademarks contain reminiscence Board—visual mnemonics; inside of Scoop—close-up examine inner anatomic constructions; select the Flow—physiology flowcharts; and during the Ages—age-related issues. "Vision Quest" puzzles try readers' wisdom in an interesting manner.

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What's more, the blueprints of heredityâ deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and ribonucleic acid (RNA)â are encoded in chemical form. Matter Matter is anything that has mass and occupies space. Solid Energy Energy is the capacity to do workâ to put matter into motion. Energy may be stored (potential energy) or in motion (kinetic energy). 27 Atomic structure Understanding the atomic structure starts with knowing the difference between atoms, molecules, and compounds. 28 Subatomic particles Atoms consist of three basic subatomic particles.

Each element has a distinct number of protons. Neutrons • Neutrons carry a neutral charge. • Not all the atoms of an element necessarily have the same number of neutrons. • Forms of an atom with a different number of neutrons (and a different atomic weight) than most atoms of the element are called isotopes. Electrons Electrons carry a negative charge. Electrons play a key role in chemical bonds and reactions. The number of electrons in an atom equals the number of protons in its nucleus. Each electron shell can hold a maximum number of electrons and represents a specific energy level.

33 59 60 Proteins Proteins are the most abundant organic compound in the body. Many amino acids linked together form a polypeptide. One or more polypeptides form a protein. A protein's shape determines which function it performs: • providing structure and protection • promoting muscle contraction • transporting various substances • regulating processes • serving as enzymes (the largest group of proteins, which act as catalysts for crucial chemical reactions). Nucleic acids The nucleic acids DNA and RNA are composed of nitrogenous bases, sugars, and phosphate groups.

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