Physiology is the empirical study of a living system's functions and mechanisms. Physiology as a sub-discipline of biology
focuses on how organisms, tissues, human organs, cells, and biomolecules perform the chemical and physical functions in a living system. The area can be divided into medical physiology, animal physiology, plant physiology according to the classes of species, cell physiology, and comparative physiology. Cell physiology and comparative physiology, by class of species. The mechanisms by which the body's organ systems operate are also referred to as "physiological processes." One of the brain's functional outcomes , for example, is "action" of an entity including human beings. Physiological mechanisms explain any events or outcomes related to the health.. Psychological mechanisms are like traits, except that mechanisms refer more to the processes of personality. For example, most personality mechanisms involve some information-processing activity.
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