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ZOO 3210 - Comparative Animal Physiology II W (3-3) [0.50]

This is the second course that provides an introduction to the physiological mechanisms used by vertebrates and invertebrates. The course will examine the underlying molecular and cellular events which mediate physiological processes and contribute to whole animal homeostasis. Particular emphasis will be placed on comparing the strategies and adaptations used by different animals and the influence of varying environmental conditions. The course discusses respiratory, cardiovascular, osmoregulatory and digestive physiology. This course involves exercises that use animals. BIOM*3100 , BIOM*3110*and HK*3940 are available to cover similar material without labs.