Comparative Animal Physiology (BIO4201.01)

Elizabeth Sherman

Physiological processes of vertebrates and invertebrates are studied at the cellular, organ, organ system, and whole animal levels of organization. The unifying themes of the course are the phenomenon of homeostasis (whereby an animal maintains its organization in the face of environmental perturbations) and the relationship between structure and function. The student will examine these phenomena in the laboratory by dissection and physiological experimentation. Topics include digestion and nutrition, metabolism, gas exchange, circulation, excretion, neurophysiology.

Corequisites: Students must also register for the lab, BIO4201L

Prerequisites: BIO2111 Introduction to Cell Biology.
Credits: 4
T 8:10am - 10:00am; F 8:10am - 10:00am
Maximum Enrollment: 18
Course Frequency:
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