Part 1 Organization of the Human Body 1 The Human Organism 2 The Chemical Basis of Life 3 Cell Biology and Genetics 4 Histology: The Study of Tissues Part 2 Support and Movement 5 Integumentary System 6 Skeletal System: Bones and Bone Tissue 7 Skeletal System: Gross Anatomy 8 Articulations and Movement 9 Muscular System: Histology and Physiology 10 Muscular System: Gross Anatomy Part 3 Integration and Control Systems 11 Functional Organization of Nervous Tissue 12 Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves 13 Brain and Cranial Nerves 14 Integration of Nervous System Functions 15 The Special Senses 16 Autonomic Nervous System 17 Functional Organization of the Endocrine System 18 Endocrine Glands Part 4 Regulations and Maintenance 19 Cardiovascular System: Blood 20 Cardiovascular System: The Heart 21 Cardiovascular System: Peripheral Circulation and Regulation 22 Lymphatic System and Immunity 23 Respiratory System 24 Digestive System 25 Nutrition, Metabolism, and Temperature Regulation 26 Urinary System 27 Water, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base Balance Part 5 Reproduction and Development 28 Reproductive System 29 Development, Growth, and Aging Appendix A Periodic Table Appendix B Scientific Notation Appendix C Solution Concentrations Appendix D pH Appendix E Answers to Review and Comprehension Questions Appendix F Answers to Critical Thinking Questions Appendix G Answers to Predict Questions
Cinnamon L. VanPutte has been teaching biology and human anatomy and physiology for almost two decades. At Southwestern Illinois College she is a full-time faculty member and the coordinator for the anatomy and physiology courses. Cinnamon is an active member of several professional societies, including the Human Anatomy & Physiology Society (HAPS). Her Ph.D. in zoology, with an emphasis in endocrinology, is from Texas A&M University. She worked in Dr. Duncan MacKenzie's lab, where she was indoctrinated in the major principles of physiology and the importance of critical thinking. The critical thinking component of Seeley's Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology epitomizes Cinnamon's passion for the field of human anatomy and physiology; she is committed to maintaining this tradition of excellence. Cinnamon and her husband, Robb, have two children: a daughter, Savannah, and a son, Ethan. Savannah is very creative and artistic; she loves to sing, write novels, and do art projects. Robb and Ethan have their black belts in karate and Ethan is one of the youngest black belts at his martial arts school. Cinnamon is also active in martial arts and is a competitive Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner. She has competed at both the Pan Jiu-Jitsu Championship and the World Jiu-Jitsu Championship. Andrew F. Russo has over 20 years of classroom experience with human physiology, neurobiology, molecular biology, and cell biology courses at the University of Iowa. He is a recipient of the Collegiate Teaching Award and is currently the course director for Medical Cell Biology and Director of the Biosciences Graduate Program. He is also a member of several professional societies, including the American Physiological Society and the Society for Neuroscience. Andrew received his Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of California at Berkeley. His research interests are focused on the molecular neurobiology of migraine. His decision to join the author team for Seeley's Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology is the culmination of a passion for teaching that began in graduate school. He is excited about the opportunity to hook students' interest in learning by presenting cutting-edge clinical and scientific advances. Andy is married to Maureen, a physical therapist, and has three daughters Erilynn, Becky, and Colleen, now in college and graduate school. He enjoys all types of outdoor sports, especially bicycling, skiing, ultimate Frisbee and, before moving to Iowa, bodyboard surfing.