ANIMAL COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
The course is a systematic study of the function of internal animal systems, from the cellular to the organ-system level. Particular emphasis will be placed on processes supporting organismal homeostasis, with examples from animals commonly found in wild and captive veterinary care. Throughout the term, you will investigate how environmental differences dictate the physiological strategies and responses of animals, including consequences to their health and well-being. Additional work will be focused on processes to collect physiological data, including analysis and interpretation for use in care of their health.
ANIM-201 DE ANIMAL COMPARATIVE ANATOMY
Jul 13, 2020 — Aug 16, 2020
For credit cost: $1410