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PHYSIOLOGY, med. jur. The science which treats of the functions of animals; it is the science of life.
     2. The legal practitioner who expects to rise to eminence, must acquire some acquaintance with physiology. This subject is intimately connected with gestation, birth, life and death. Vide 2 Chit. Pr. 42, n.

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It was that old glory that opened the series of companions of those morning rides; a series which extended through three successive Parisian spring-times and comprised a famous physiologist, a fellow who seemed to hint that mankind could be made immortal or at least everlastingly old; a fashionable philosopher and psychologist who used to lecture to enormous audiences of women with his tongue in his cheek (but never permitted himself anything of the kind when talking to Rita); that surly dandy Cabanel (but he only once, from mere vanity), and everybody else at all distinguished including also a celebrated person who turned out later to be a swindler.
No physiologist, and still less of a metaphysician, Chief Inspector Heat rose by the force of sympathy, which is a form of fear, above the vulgar conception of time.
For example, in the animal kingdom the physiologist has observed that no creatures are favorites, but a certain compensation balances every gift and every defect.
TOP consultants and physiologists from a North East hospital have delivered a mini-series of lectures for students at Newcastle School for Boys.
Research projects are already underway across a range of topics, and plans for future research intensification include:Injury tracking and reduction, identifying age and previous injury as predictive of future injury and of potential interest to data analysts, computer programmers, physiologists, textile designers and psychologists in order to understand the human impact of prolonged periods of absence due to injuryInterventions to enhance health and wellness, of potential interest to physiologists, psychologists, engineers, software designers and data analysts.
According to Boone (3), exercise physiology transitioned from a research discipline to a healthcare profession in 1997 with the founding of the American Society of Exercise Physiologists (ASEP), a professional organization with a code of ethics, standards of professional practice, and boards of accreditation and certification.
The large collective working on the project, called the Ager Melo Group, consists of allergists, molecular biologists and plant physiologists working to breed new types of apples that would promote good nutrition and health, ABC News reported.
Exercise physiologists have a vital role at the center of a football team in monitoring and increasing the physiological capacity or fitness levels of the players through various methods.
With discussion of 23 conditions that clinical exercise physiologists routinely encounter in their work, the text provides students and professionals with fundamental knowledge of disease-specific pathology and treatment guidelines, while also guiding readers through the physical exercise physiology associated with exercise testing and training of patients with chronic diseases.
The Journal assembled a panel of experts that included scientists and physiologists to compare everything from speed to coordination in determining the world's greatest athlete.
TWO clinical physiologists at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary have raised pounds 6,000 for the British Heart Foundation with an Everest trek.
A national shortage of physiologists could impact on local health services.