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Endocrinology (6th Edition) epub

by Mac Hadley,Jon E. Levine

Endocrinology (6th Edition) epub

ISBN: 0131876066

ISBN13: 978-0131876064

Author: Mac Hadley,Jon E. Levine

Category: Other

Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Benjamin Cummings; 6 edition (November 3, 2006)

Pages: 608 pages

ePUB book: 1242 kb

FB2 book: 1506 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 773

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Mac E. Hadley, Jon E. Endocrinology (Hardcover). Published August 26th 1999 by Benjamin-Cummings Publishing Company. Published January 28th 1984 by Prentice Hall. Hardcover, 547 pages. Author(s): Mac E. Hadley. ISBN: 0131876066 (ISBN13: 9780131876064). Hardcover, 585 pages. ISBN: 0130803561 (ISBN13: 9780130803566). ISBN: 0132771373 (ISBN13: 9780132771375).

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Mac E Hadley, Mac Hadley, Jon E Levine. In addition, chapters are now presented in a lecture-friendly format, with headers summarizing each of the major concepts.

Publication Year 2006. Publisher Benjamin Cummings. Condition Brand New. Pages 608.

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NEW- Dr. Jon E. Levine assumes co-authorship in this revised version of Hadley’s classic textbook.

Hadley provides comprehensive coverage of endocrinology, centralizing on the critical roles of glands, hormones, receptors, and molecular signaling pathways in the control of physiological processes. NEW- Dr.

This revision of the classic textbook in endocrinology will offer all of the advantages found in earlier editions of Hadley's "Endocrinology," including clear explanations, interesting applications, and in-depth coverage of vertebrate hormones. In addition, chapters are now presented in a lecture-friendly format, with headers summarizing each of the major concepts. As in earlier editions, basic principles of molecular, cellular, and integrative endocrinology are presented early, along with an updated guide to current research and methodologies. Following chapters contain discussions of each of the major endocrine systems, supplemented with the most important and interesting new information. Neuroendocrine and reproductive systems are the specialty of the new co-author of this edition, and corresponding chapters have been appropriately increased in coverage. Special features of this new edition include...

1. Expanded explanations of basic concepts

2. Updated information on research methodologies

3. Latest research findings added to chapters on each endocrine system

4. Additonal diagrams and figures

5. Printed with second color scheme. 6. New "Think, Analyze, and Discuss" review questions

For health professionals, veterinarians, pharmacologists, and anyone in a field where endocrinology is the focus.

I've never written a review before but have become so frustrated I felt compelled to write. I had to buy this book for an endocrinology class and I also use it (well try to and almost always unsuccessfully) in my professional work. I find it completely disorganized and it is difficult to find any comprehensive information about any specific topic in the same place. For example, today I am researching the activational effects of sex hormones. A simple search for progesterone in the index points me to pages 14, 84, 128, 417, 439 and 448. Where is the comprehensive discussion about progesterone that does not require me to hunt for and piece together little (and I mean LITTLE) snippets of information? After searching each of those pages, I still have no better understanding than I started with. My mildly technical physiology book has more useful information. Others have discussed this book as useful if you read cover to cover but as reference material, it is consistently frustrating and essentially useless. Unless you are required to buy this book, I'd SERIOUSLY consider finding another. What's worse is that my Endocrinology prof didn't even use the book - what a waste of money.
An excellent text for an undergraduate course in Endocrinology.

This text puts other undergraduate textbooks to shame by actually citing the primary articles that contributed to the what you are learning in the text. As a major in Biology specializing in molecular and cellular biology this textbook has been my favorite science textbook. I read more of this than any other science textbook in my college career.
got this book a long time ago for undergrad. it did the trick and was very helpful understanding endocrine diseases.
The book came as new! Fast, and I am very happy with the book. This book has the basic information for a graduate endocrinology class, understandable, and enough deep to get good foundations.
I do not recommend this book as a core graduate textbook for an Endocrinology class. I found it convoluted and disorganised. I was hoping for my class to absorb as much material as possible and build upon and strengthen the fundamental concepts of endocrinology. I found this book frustrating and had to seek supplemental learning material elsewhere. There are some sections of the book that are okay. Also what's up with the orange and black text? Even the graphics are shades of orange and grey! I would prefer either all black text or a normal range of colours.
Very helpful and insightful!