Handbook of General Physiology


By: Dr. Rajib Mandal, Dr. Reni N, Mrs. Ranjitha Hebbar

Price: 750

Page: 292

Category: EDUCATION / General

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Wecome to the “Handbook of General Physiology.” This comprehensive guide is designed to delve into the intricacies of the human body, exploring its marvels from cellular structures to complex physiological systems. Physiology, the study of how living organisms function, is a tapestry woven from the threads of various interconnected systems, each contributing to the harmonious orchestration of life.

The chapters within this handbook encapsulate a journey through the fundamental building blocks and mechanisms that define our existence. From the microscopic intricacies of Cell Structure & Organization (Chapter 1) to the macroscopic symphony of Circulation (Chapter 8), each chapter peels back the layers of understanding to reveal the marvels of the human body.

The journey begins by unraveling the mysteries held within the smallest unit of life, exploring how cells organize and function to sustain life in Chapter 1. Moving forward, the exploration of Blood (Chapter 2) reveals the vital fluid that sustains every corner of our being, transporting essential elements and facilitating communication between distant realms within the body.

Digestion (Chapter 3) and Excretion (Chapter 4) follow suit, shedding light on how our body processes and assimilates nutrients while efficiently eliminating waste products. Endocrines (Chapter 5) introduce the intricacies of hormonal regulation, orchestrating a delicate balance in our physiological processes.

The chapters on Reproduction (Chapter 6), Respiration (Chapter 7), Circulation (Chapter 8), Nervous System (Chapter 9), and Environmental Physiology (Chapter 10) collectively present the
6symphony of life, showcasing the interconnectedness of these systems in maintaining homeostasis and adapting to our ever-changing environment.

This handbook is not merely a compilation of facts; it is a guide that invites exploration, sparks curiosity, and fosters a deeper appreciation for the awe-inspiring mechanisms that govern our existence. Whether you are a student, researcher, or enthusiast, may this handbook serve as a beacon, illuminating the wondrous pathways of human physiology.

Dive in, explore, and uncover the marvels that make us who we are—a testament to the brilliance of nature’s design.


Dr. Rajib Mandal, a revered textbook author with over eight years of expertise, serves as the Associate Professor and Principal at the Netra Jyothi Institute of Allied Health Sciences in Udupi. Holding a Ph.D., Dr. Mandal is both a distinguished educator and a prolific contributor to the field. His textbooks, revered for their clarity and depth, are essential resources, reflecting his commitment to educating and empowering students and professionals. Beyond his literary contributions, Dr. Mandal actively engages in research and fosters an environment of innovation, leaving an enduring legacy in Allied Health Sciences.

Dr. Reni N, an accomplished author, boasts a diverse educational background including a Bachelor’s in Ayurvedic Medicine, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Yoga, and a Master’s in Public Health. As the Assistant Professor of Public Health at Department of Public Health, KS Hegde Medical Academy, Nitte Deemed to be University, her leadership and dedication to education in public health are evident. Renowned for her expertise in traditional medicine, yoga, and public health, her book serves as a comprehensive guide for those seeking insights into these interconnected domains.

Mrs. Ranjitha Hebbar, holds a Master’s in Medical Physiology from Manipal Academy of Higher Education. With a keen focus on physiology, Ranjitha’s contributions reflect a deep commitment to advancing knowledge and improving healthcare practices. Her mastery in distilling complex concepts into accessible content marks her as a significant voice in the realm of Allied Health Education.



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