Originally published in 1934 as part of the Cambridge Comparative Physiology series, Features in the Architecture of Physiological Function examines the key principles underlying animal physiology and the study of physiology. Barcroft shows how every natural internal process is affected and supported by other processes and systems, and concludes every chapter with a brief bibliography on the topics covered. Features in the Architecture of Physiological Function will be of value to anyone with an interest in the study of physiology and the functions performed by the organs.
1. 'La fixité du milieu intérieur est la condition de la vie libre' Claude Bernard
2. 'La fixité du milieu intérieur est la condition de la vie libre' (continued)
3. 'La fixité du milieu intérieur est la condition de la vie libre' (continued)
4. Stores I (certain proximate principles)
5. Stores II (oxygen, iron, copper)
6. Stores III (blood)
7. Every adaptation is an integration
8. Every adaptation is an integration (continued)
9. Every adaptation is an integration (continued)
10. The 'all-or-none' relation
12. The principle of antagonism
13. The principle of maximal activity
15. The chance that a phenomenon has a significance
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