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Dukes' Physiology of Domestic Animals. 13th Edition

  • ID: 3060267
  • Book
  • May 2015
  • 760 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Dukes Physiology of Domestic Animals, Thirteenth Edition offers a thorough update to the classic comprehensive text on domestic animal physiology. Now in full color throughout, the book has been fully revised to provide an increased clinical focus, more pedagogical features, and online supplements to promote learning and increase the book s usefulness in the classroom and in the clinic. Each chapter includes outlines, introductions, key terms, more images, questions addressing important information, and self–evaluation exercises.

Throughout the book, domestic animal structure and dysfunction is applied to the practice setting, with clinical correlations, notes of relevance, and exercises featuring clinical situations to demonstrate the practical relevance. Presenting detailed, complete descriptions of mammalian and avian function, Dukes Physiology of Domestic Animals is equally useful as a primary text for veterinary students, as a practice reference for clinicians, and as a basic resource for researchers.

Key Features

  • Presents in–depth, comprehensive descriptions of domestic animal function and dysfunction
  • Emphasizes clinical relevance, with clinical correlations, notes of relevance, and self–assessment questions featuring situations likely to be faced in practice
  • Offers pedagogical features, including chapter outlines and introductions, key terms throughout the book, additional images, questions to enhance learning, and self–assessment exercises
  • Distills the most useful information for ease of use, with improved continuity and reduced repetition
  • Acts as a reference for students learning physiological concepts, practitioners applying physiology to the clinical setting, and researchers requiring a resource for mammalian and avian physiology
  • Includes a companion website offering review questions and answers and the figures from the book in PowerPoint at [external URL]
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List of contributors, vii

Preface, ix

Acknowledgments, x

Tributes, xi

About the companion website, xii

Section I: Neurophysiology

(Section Editor: Etsuro E. Uemura)

1 Nervous Tissue, 3
Etsuro E. Uemura

2 Electrochemical Basis of Neuronal Function, 13
Etsuro E. Uemura

3 Synaptic Transmission, 23
Etsuro E. Uemura

4 Somatic and Visceral Senses, 32
Etsuro E. Uemura

5 Olfaction and Gustation, 43
Etsuro E. Uemura

6 Auditory System, 49
Etsuro E. Uemura

7 Visual System, 57
Etsuro E. Uemura

8 Motor System, 68
Etsuro E. Uemura

9 Vestibular System, 79
Etsuro E. Uemura

10 Autonomic Nervous System, 89
Etsuro E. Uemura

Section II: Body Fluids and Homeostasis

(Section Editor: William O. Reece)

11 Body Water: Properties and Functions, 103
William O. Reece

12 The Composition and Functions of Blood, 114
William O. Reece

13 Fundamentals of Acid Base Balance, 137
William O. Reece

14 Body Temperature and Its Regulation, 149
William O. Reece

Section III: The Kidneys and Urinary System

(Section Editor: William O. Reece)

15 The Renal System: Structures and Function, 157
William O. Reece

16 Glomerular Filtration and Tubular Transport, 166
William O. Reece

17 Maintenance of Extracellular Fluid Hydration, 173
William O. Reece

18 Kidney Regulation of Extracellular Volume and Electrolytes, 180
William O. Reece

19 Micturition, Characteristics of Urine, and Renal Clearance, 188
William O. Reece

20 Kidney Function in Birds, 193
William O. Reece

Section IV: Respiration

(Section Editor: William O. Reece)

21 Overview of the Respiratory System, 203
William O. Reece

22 Physical and Mechanical Aspects of Respiration, 213
William O. Reece

23 Pulmonary Ventilation and Transport of Gases, 222
William O. Reece

24 Regulation of Respiration, 232
William O. Reece

25 Other Functions of the Respiratory System, 239
William O. Reece

26 Respiration in Birds, 245
John W. Ludders

Section V: Muscle Physiology

(Section Editor: William O. Reece)

27 Physiology of Skeletal Muscle, 263
William O. Reece

28 Physiology of Smooth Muscle, 274
William O. Reece

29 Physiology of Cardiac Muscle, Muscle Adaptations, and Muscle Disorders, 279
William O. Reece

Section VI: The Cardiovascular System

(Section Editor: Howard H. Erickson)

30 The Heart and Vasculature: Gross Structure and Basic Properties, 287
Dean H. Riedesel and Richard L. Engen

31 Electrophysiology of the Heart, 304
Robert F. Gilmour, Jr

32 The Electrocardiogram and Cardiac Arrhythmias, 315
Robert F. Gilmour, Jr and N. Sydney Moïse

33 Mechanical Activity of the Heart, 327
Dean H. Riedesel

34 Regulation of the Heart, 341
David D. Kline, Eileen M. Hasser and Cheryl M. Heesch

35 Control Mechanisms of the Circulatory System, 352
Cheryl M. Heesch, David D. Kline and Eileen M. Hasser

36 Microcirculation, Lymph, and Edema, 372
Luis A. Martinez ]Lemus and M. Harold Laughlin

37 Pulmonary Circulation, 386
David C. Poole and Howard H. Erickson

38 Special Circulations, 399
Eileen M. Hasser, Cheryl M. Heesch, David D. Kline and M. Harold Laughlin

39 Heart Sounds and Murmurs, 417
Michele Borgarelli and Jens Häggström

40 Hypertension, Heart Failure, and Shock, 429
Scott A. Brown

41 Exercise Physiology of Terrestrial Animals, 443
David C. Poole and Howard H. Erickson

Section VII: Digestion, Absorption, and Metabolism

(Section Editor: Jesse P. Goff)

42 Gastrointestinal Motility, 467
Jesse P. Goff

43 Secretory Activities of the Gastrointestinal Tract, 484
Jesse P. Goff

44 Digestion and Absorption of Nutrients, 502
Jesse P. Goff

45 Ruminant Digestive Physiology and Intestinal Microbiology, 522
Jesse P. Goff

46 Avian Digestion, 532
William O. Reece and Darrell W. Trampel

47 Disorders of Carbohydrate and Fat Metabolism, 541
Jesse P. Goff

48 Vitamins, 551
Jesse P. Goff

Section VIII: Minerals, Bones, and Joints

(Section Editor: Jesse P. Goff)

49 Minerals, 567
Jesse P. Goff

50 Cartilage, Bones, and Joints, 593
Jesse P. Goff

Section IX: Endocrinology, Reproduction, and Lactation

(Section Editor: Jesse P. Goff)

51 The Endocrine System, 617
Jesse P. Goff

52 Male Reproduction in Mammals, 654
William O. Reece

53 Female Reproduction in Mammals, 670
William O. Reece

54 Lactation, 694
Patrick J. Gorden and Leo L. Timms

55 Avian Reproduction, 715
Patricia A. Johnson

Index, 727

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Overall, this book provides a fulfilling overview of the physiology knowledge required for veterinary students during their time at university and in their future career.  I like the fact that it is easy to use and feel that the self–evaluation sections will be particularly welcome for veterinary students.   (Veterinary Record, 1 December 2015)

It is certainly a textbook worth consideration for undergraduate or professional physiology courses and those interested in the comparative aspects of physiology.   (Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 15 September 2015)

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