Debasis Pramanik Physiology Pdf

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Debasis Pramanik Physiology Pdf
Debasis Pramanik Physiology Pdf

Contents in Debasis Pramanik Physiology Pdf

The Physiology book by Debasis Pramanik has 13 sections with a total of 110 chapters. These names are the followings:

Sections 1: General Physiology

  1. Structure of a Cell
  2. Genes and Protein Synthesis
  3. Transport Protein in Cell Membrane
  4. Transport Across Cell Membranes

Section 2: Nerve Muscle Physiology

  1. Resting Membrane Potential
  2. Action Potential
  3. Neuromuscular Junction
  4. Mechanism of Muscle Contraction
  5. Properties of Skeletal Muscle

Sec. 3: Hematology

  1. Functions of Blood and Blood Volume
  2. Composition of Blood and Plasma Proteins
  3. The Red Blood Cells
  4. Hemoglobin
  5. White Blood Cells
  6. Platelets and Blood Coagulation
  7. Blood Group
  8. Immunity

Section 4: Respiratory System

  1. Introduction
  2. Lung Ventilation
  3. Mechanics of Breathing
  4. Oxygen Transport
  5. Carbon Dioxide Transport
  6. Neural Regulation of Respiration
  7. Chemical Control of Respiration
  8. Miscellaneous Topics (Respiration)
  9. Lung Function Tests
  10. Respiratory Diseases

Sec. 5: Cardiovascular System

  1. Functional Anatomy
  2. Characteristics of Cardiac Muscle
  3. Cardiac Cycle, Venous Waves, and Venous Return
  4. Cardiac Output
  5. Cardiovascular Regulation
  6. Blood Pressure and its Regulation
  7. Heart Rate
  8. Cerebral Circulation
  9. Coronary Circulation
  10. Other Circulation
  11. Electrocardiogram
  12. Effect of Gravity and Exercise on Circulation
  13. Hemodynamics
  14. Circulatory Shock
  15. Cardiac Failure

Section 6: The Digestive System

  1. Introduction
  2. Gastrointestinal Hormones
  3. Salivary Glands and Saliva
  4. The Stomach
  5. Exocrine Pancreas
  6. The Liver
  7. Small Intestine
  8. Movements of the Gastrointestinal Tract
  9. Digestion

Sec. 7: Excretory System

  1. Nephron
  2. Glomerular Filtration
  3. Tubular Reabsorption
  4. Concentration of Urine
  5. Regulation of Acid-Base Balance
  6. Features of Urine
  7. Micturition
  8. The Skin

Section 8: Metabolism

  1. Enzymes and Carbohydrate Metabolism
  2. Protein Metabolism
  3. Lipid Metabolism
  4. Vitamins and Nutrition

Section 9: Endocrine System

  1. Mechanism of Hormone Action
  2. The Pituitary Gland
  3. Thyroid Gland
  4. Adrenal Cortex
  5. Adrenal Medulla
  6. The Calcium-related Hormones
  7. Endocrine Pancreas

Sec. 10: Reproductive System

  1. Sex Differentiation
  2. Male Reproductive System
  3. Female Reproductive System
  4. Pregnancy and Lactation

Section 11: Nervous System

  1. Anatomical Cosiderations
  2. Neuron
  3. Synapse
  4. Receptor
  5. Reflex
  6. Sensory System
  7. Motor System
  8. Cerebellum
  9. Basal Ganglia
  10. Muscle Tone
  11. Maintenance of Posture and Equilibrium
  12. Hypothalamus
  13. Autonomic Nervous System
  14. Thalamus
  15. Sleep and ECG
  16. Neurotransmitters
  17. Cerebral Cortex
  18. The Limbic System
  19. Higher Functions

Sec. 12: Special Sense

  1. Structure of the Eye
  2. Optics of the Eye
  3. Photochemistry
  4. Visual Pathway
  5. Miscellaneous Topics
  6. Hearing
  7. Taste Sensation
  8. Olfactory Sensation

Section 13: Advanced Topics

  1. Memory
  2. Smooth Muscle
  3. Exercise Physiology
  4. Food Intake and Satiety
  5. More About Cerebral Cortex
  6. More About Sleep
  7. Aging, Circadian Rhythm, and Space Physiology
  8. Important Additions 1
  9. Important Additions 2

Important Questions of Physiology

Q.: Which hormone is responsible for regulating blood glucose levels and is produced by the pancreas?
a) Thyroxine
b) Insulin
c) Cortisol
d) Testosterone
Answer: b) Insulin

Q.: What is the main function of the respiratory system?
a) Pump blood throughout the body
b) Break down food for energy
c) Exchange gases (oxygen and carbon dioxide) with the environment
d) Filter waste products from the blood
Answer: c) Exchange gases (oxygen and carbon dioxide) with the environment

Q.: Which part of the brain is responsible for regulating balance and coordination?
a) Cerebrum
b) Cerebellum
c) Medulla oblongata
d) Thalamus
Answer: b) Cerebellum

Q.: What is the normal resting heart rate for adults, approximately?
a) 50-60 beats per minute
b) 70-80 beats per minute
c) 90-100 beats per minute
d) 110-120 beats per minute
Answer: b) 70-80 beats per minute

Q.: Which of the following is the primary function of the kidneys?
a) Regulation of blood pressure
b) Production of red blood cells
c) Digestion of fats
d) Filtration and excretion of waste products from the blood
Answer: d) Filtration and excretion of waste products from the blood

Q.: What is the hormone responsible for increasing water reabsorption in the kidneys, thus reducing urine output and conserving water in the body?
a) Insulin
b) Thyroxine
c) Antidiuretic hormone (ADH)
d) Cortisol
Answer: c) Antidiuretic hormone (ADH)

Q.: Which organ system is responsible for the production and secretion of hormones that regulate various physiological processes in the body?
a) Nervous system
b) Endocrine system
c) Immune system
d) Reproductive system
Answer: b) Endocrine system

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