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biological functions

Friday 11 July 2003

See also : physiological functions

Subtypes

- molecular functions
- cellular functions
- tissular functions
- organ functions
- system functions
- systemic functions

The structures have a function .

- molecular functions

- cellular functions (cells )
- tissular functions (tissues )
- organ functions (organs )
- system functions (systems )
- systemic functions (body / organism )

In pathological conditions, a function can be abnormal (functional anomalies).

Pathology

- A function may have anomalies or disorders leading to a disease. This disease can express through lesions, lesionnal syndromes, functional signs, clinical signs and biological anomalies (phenomenons ).

See also

- processes

- structures