Physiology (functionalism) Greek ininυσιı, physis, nature, origin, origin and λ Canοında, logos, nizam in terms of the rules of natural things, living things, mechanical, physical and biochemical functions and systems of science is a study that examines the functioning. Scientists interested in physiology are called "physiologists". The biggest prize in the field of physiology is the Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology.

In order to survive, living things carry out vital activities such as nutrition, respiration, circulation, excretion and reproduction. In single-celled organisms, vital activities are carried out by organelles in a single cell.

In multicellular organisms, vital activities are not carried out by a single cell, but by cell populations. The cells that make up the multicellular organisms are not all of the same structure and function. The cells that make up the living body have different characteristics according to their duties. Some of the cells that make up the living body combine to perform the task of combining the task of combining, the task of joining together and the task of supporting, some of them joining together to carry nutrients or various gases (oxygen and carbon dioxide) and some of them are combined to protect.

Cells that are formed by cells with the same structure and functions in multi-celled organisms are called tissues. The tissues in plants and animals are different from each other. Textures of the tissues in the structure of the plants are called animal tissues. The formation of tissues in multicellular organisms revealed the division of labor between tissues. There are various tissues in the human body such as blood, muscle, bone, nerve, fat, support, secretion and epithelial tissue. The shape, function, structure, size and sequence of the cells that make up each tissue are specific to that tissue. The shape, function, structure, size, and order of a cell with another tissue are different. In multicellular organisms, the same structure and active cells are joined together to form tissues and tissues, and the organs and organs are joined to form systems and systems to form a living organism. The functioning of all these strings is the subject of physiology.

Electrophysiology laboratory (EEG, EMG, ECG)
Hematology Laboratory
Blood components and blood banking
Immunology laboratory
Biochemistry Laboratory
Genetic laboratory
Neurophysiology laboratory (sleep, behavior, cognition)
Sensory laboratory (Audiology, vision, balance)
Pain and Acupuncture Laboratory
Exercise Lab
Respiratory Laboratory
Endocrine and metabolism laboratory
Urodynamics laboratory
Hyperbaric Oxygen Laboratory
Height-underwater-space laboratory
Old Age Laboratory (Geriatrics)
Functional radiology laboratory


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