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BIO 335

Animal Physiology

In Animal Physiology we use an integrative approach to study the mechanisms by which animals maintain interal environments that are compatible to life. The basis of organ systems function, homeostatic responses to environmental stresses, evolutionary and developmental adaptations and normal body functions are explored at the cellular and organismic level. Selected physiological topics including osmoregulation, metabolism, nerve function, cardiac and respiratory physiology are investigated in the accompanying laboratory sessions. Prerequisites: BIO 135 and 215, or permission of instructor.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
BIO 135 and BIO 215, or permission of instructor 1 course

Current Semester Information

Henning Schneider

335A: Animal Physiology