Why is chemistry important to an understanding of physiology?
The basis of physiology is biochemistry and biophysics. Chemical reactions are responsible for physiological actions: muscle contraction, filtration, heat homeostasis, electrolyte balance, neural transduction, sensory transduction. Thermodynamics and kinetics are physical chemistry, and apply to vertually all physiological systems. At the level of the cell, an understanding of physiology requires a knowledge of the chemical constituents of the cell membrane, enzymes of signal transduction, receptors, and organelles.
A comprehensive study of physiology is inseparable from the study of anatomy and biochemistry.
Everything we do and all processes that occur in the environment and hour bodies are complex chemical reactions. Therefore understanding simple chemical concepts is so important for understanding metabolism, physiology and biology of living organisms
Because you need to understand the chemistry in order to understand the way that cells operate. Without an understanding of chemistry, how would you be able to understand the symbiotic relationship between Interstitial fluids or inter-cellular fluids as they work with intracellular fluids for instance?
In addition to chemistry, you should also be taking cellular biology if you REALLY want to understand the relationship of all the fluids and pressures in the bodies physiology
to study the effect of some chemicals in the physiological functions like the role of some chemicals in the diastase .
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