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By Stanley Gunstream

Designed for an introductory, one-semester path, the scope, association, writing kind, intensity of presentation, and pedagogical points of this article were adapted to satisfy the wishes of scholars getting ready for a profession in allied future health. this article doesn't suppose any past technology wisdom at the a part of the scholar and successfully offers scholars with the basics of anatomy and body structure.

It's the one one-semester textual content on hand with a integrated examine guide/workbook.

A hallmark function of this article is the author’s presentation of A&P options which are exact, yet awarded at a degree that's acceptable for virtually all students. the recent writer crew highlights the relationships among constitution and serve as of physique elements and the mechanisms of homeostasis. moreover, interrelationships of the organ structures are famous the place acceptable and valuable. with out the over the top aspect of a few of the longer A & P texts, scholars can higher understand key severe techniques in every one very important sector of research.

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Chemical bonds are discussed in more detail shortly. 2 Molecules and Compounds Learning Objectives 3. Explain the meaning of a chemical formula. 4. Compare and contrast molecular formula and structural formula. 5. Compare and contrast ionic, nonpolar covalent, polar covalent, and hydrogen bonds. 6. Compare synthesis, decomposition, exchange, and reversible reactions. A few elements exist separately in the body, but most are chemically bound to others to form molecules. Some molecules are composed of like elements—an oxygen molecule (O2), for example.

Excess nutrients (energy reserves) are stored as triglycerides in the adipocytes of the body, primarily around internal organs and deep to the skin. Fats are nonpolar molecules that do not mix well with water, meaning they are hydrophobic. Phospholipids (fos -fo¯-lip -idz) are molecules similar to triglycerides. The basic difference is that one of the fatty acids is replaced with a phosphate-containing group. Unlike fats, phospholipids are partially soluble in water, or amphiphilic. 13 (a) The building units of carbohydrates are monosaccharides.

5b). Similarly, some compounds contain carbon atoms that are triple bonded. 5 Formation of nonpolar covalent bonds. Triple-bonded carbon atoms C C C O Part 1 share three pairs of electrons. Nitrogen gas (N2) is also formed of triple bonds (N≡N). 5d shows a triple bond. There are two types of covalent bonds: nonpolar covalent and polar covalent. Nonpolar covalent bonds are commonly found between atoms of the same type and between C and H. In a nonpolar covalent bond, the shared electrons spend equal time revolving between the two atoms.

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