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As you know from the diagram above, the blood that enters the lungs comes from the right ventricle of the heart. Water is a small, partially charged molecule that gets along well with other charged molecules but not with neutral molecules lacking a charge. The first semester deals with the groundwork of the mammalian body, basic tissue types, fundamental aspects of the cell membrane structure and physiology, integumentary, skeletal and muscular systems. Our education mission is to transmit to medical and graduate students important scientific information concerning the organization of the human body and the structure and function of its cells, tissues and organs.

Pages: 597

Publisher: W.R. Jenkins; 12th Amer. ed edition (1908)

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