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  1. General Physiology 10 items
    These resources cover several aspects of physiology and should be useful for all parts of your course.
    1. Pocket companion to Guyton and Hall textbook of medical physiology - John E. Hall, John E. Hall 2016

      Book Suggested for Student Purchase This is a great small textbook that will fit in your bag and is a useful reference for tutorials, workshops and general study etc.

    2. Berne & Levy Physiology - Robert M. Berne, Matthew N. Levy, Bruce M. Koeppen, Bruce A. Stanton 2010

      Book Recommended This is a useful general physiology book that covers a variety of topics and will be useful throughout your course.

    3. The journal of physiology (electronic resource)

      Journal Recommended This is a link to the Journal of Physiology. You should regularly access this journal to keep up to date with current ideas and findings in your subject area.

    4. Principles of anatomy & physiology - Gerard J. Tortora, Bryan Derrickson, Gerard J. Tortora 2014

      Book Further This is a basic guide to anatomy and physiology. It will be particularly useful if there is anything you'd like to revise before coming to a class.

    5. Gray's anatomy for students - Richard L. Drake, Wayne Vogl, Adam W. M. Mitchell, Elsevier Science (Firm) 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Further If you need to revise/check any anatomy, this book is recommended.

    6. Rang and Dale's pharmacology - James Ritter, R. J. Flower, Graeme Henderson, Yoon Kong Loke 2020, ©2020

      Book Further This is a popular pharmacology textbook that will help with aspects of your physiology course. This is the link to the ebook.

    7. Medical physiology: a cellular and molecular approach - Walter F. Boron, Emile L. Boulpaep c2012

      Book Further Although it is titled "Medical Physiology", this large textbook contains a detailed scientific account of many aspects of physiology that will help you with your studies this year.

    8. Guyton and Hall textbook of medical physiology - John E. Hall, Elsevier Science (Firm) 2016

      Book  Another general physiology book. This is the ebook, so is a useful portable resource.

    9. The physiology coloring book - Wynn Kapit, Robert I. Macey, Esmail Meisami 2000

      Book Recommended This book was recommended by a student to help with most aspects of the course. Although it was first published in 2000, it contains core physiology material that will be useful for your understanding and the activity of colouring might help you remember and understand some of the topics.

  2. Block 6 - Senses 7 items
    These resources are particularly useful for block 6 but will help you throughout the course.
    1. Essential neuroscience - Allan Siegel, Hreday N. Sapru, Heidi Siegel c2015

      Book Further Section 4 of this book covers some of the senses in this block.

    2. Histology and cell biology: an introduction to pathology - Abraham L. Kierszenbaum, Laura L. Tres 2016

      Book Further This book contains lots of material on the cellular aspects of all the different types of sensory receptor.

    3. Essential neuroscience - Allan Siegel, Hreday N. Sapru, Heidi Siegel c2015

      Book Recommended This is the link to an online version of this book.

    4. Seeley's anatomy & physiology - Cinnamon L. VanPutte, Jennifer L. Regan, Andrew F. Russo, Rod R. Seeley 2017

      Book Recommended This will be particularly useful for hearing and vision lectures

    5. A textbook of neuroanatomy - Maria Antoniou Patestas, Leslie P. Gartner 2006

      Book Recommended This will be particularly useful for hearing and vision lectures. A more recent edition will also be beneficial.

    6. Mechanotransduction in the muscle spindle - Guy S. Bewick, Robert W. Banks 2015-1

      Article Recommended Review on muscle receptors

    7. Medical physiology: a cellular and molecular approach - Walter F. Boron, Emile L. Boulpaep c2009

      Book Recommended This is a good book for general physiology but has specifically been recommended by lecturers teaching on this block.

  3. Block 7 - Gastrointestinal System 3 items
    These resources are particularly useful for block 7 but will help you throughout the course.
    1. Gastrointestinal physiology - Leonard R. Johnson 2014

      Book Further This book is useful for all aspects of GI function, but is particularly useful for the intestinal absorption components of your course.

  4. Block 8 Reproduction and Development 3 items
    These resources are particularly useful for block 8 but will help you throughout the course.
    1. Human embryology and developmental biology - Bruce M. Carlson, Elsevier Science (Firm) c2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended This is an online book that covers all aspects of development and should be very useful for this block.

    2. Fetal and Neonatal Physiology

      Book Recommended Good for foetal physiology, as the title suggests.

    3. Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology - Valerie C Scanlon , and Tina Sanders 2010

      Book Recommended

  5. Block 9 - Molecular Methods 0 items
    These resources are particularly useful for block 9 but will help you throughout the course.
  6. Block 10 - Mini Project 1 item
    These resources are particularly useful for block 10 but will help you throughout the course.
    1. The design of experiments in neuroscience - Mary Harrington c2011

      Book Recommended Although it uses examples from neuroscience, this is a useful book that is relevant to physiologists designing experiments and analysing and presenting their results.

  7. Scientific Skills 2 items
    These resources are general resources on scientific skill so will help you throughout the course.
    1. Physiology by numbers: an encouragement to quantitative thinking - R. F. Burton 2000

      Book Further This book is useful for helping you with all sorts of calculations in physiology.