Template:Human Physiology

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 Human Physiology 

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This template is a navigational aide for the Human Physiology book. Generally, it should appear on every page in that book, depending on the desired look and feel. Adds pages to Category:Human Physiology. There are several methods to use this template, that we will outline below:

{{Human Physiology}}

Displays this:

 Human Physiology 

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Now, there are two optional parameters that can be used: a backlink and a forward link. The backlink can be employed like this:

{{Human Physiology|Cell physiology}}

Which displays this:

← Cell physiology — Human Physiology 

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The forward link can be shown as follows:

{{Human Physiology||The endocrine system}}

Which shows this:

 Human Physiology — The endocrine system →

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And we can use both parameters at once, as such:

{{Human Physiology|The male reproductive system|Pregnancy and birth}}

Which shows both links:

← The male reproductive system — Human Physiology — Pregnancy and birth →

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