Examples of physiology in a Sentence
She took a course in anatomy and physiology.
the physiology of diseased plants
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Topics of discussion include types of feeders and food, as well as the anatomy, physiology, and communication methods of these most precious avian creatures.
Losing Griffin's average output of 21.6 points, 9.3 rebounds and 4.2 assists a game for two months will require some leadership wizardry summoning Rivers' best motivational skills, with doses of therapy, physiology and improvisation.
But, says Juan del Corso, a professor of physiology at Camilo José Cela University in Madrid, who led the study, there were surprises in the data.
Treating those addictions, however, is tough; scientists still haven’t fully studied the physiology of addiction.
Kraus is a professor of neurobiology, physiology; otolaryngology in the department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Northwestern University and is the principal investigator for the Auditory Neuroscience Lab.
Whatever the reality, the preeminent concern here is not one of physiology.
The 1952 medicine and physiology prize went to Selman Waksman for the discovery of the antibiotic streptomycin, and ignored Waksman’s graduate student Albert Schatz, who actually found the chemical.
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physiology Has Latin Roots
The Latin root physio- generally means "physical", so human physiology deals with just about everything that keeps us alive and working, and other physiology specialties do the same for other animals and for plants. To do anything serious in the field of health, you've obviously got to know how the body's organs and cells function normally. Physiology used to be considered separately from anatomy, which focuses on the body's structures; however, it's now known that structure and function can't easily be separated in a scientific way, so "anatomy and physiology" are often spoken of in the same breath.
Origin and Etymology of physiology
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