BIOM*3200 Mammalian Physiology S,F,W (6-0) [1.00]
This course focuses on the normal functioning of mammals. The physiology of the nervous, endocrine, reproductive, cardiovascular and digestive systems and homeostasis as reflected in respiratory and renal function is treated in a detailed manner. The integrative nature of various physiological systems is highlighted and cellular and molecular information is incorporated to enhance the understanding of these systems. Aspects of medically significant changes in the mammalian physiological systems are also introduced.
Offering(s): Also offered through Distance Education format.
Prerequisite(s): BIOC*2580
Equate(s): BIOM*3110
Restriction(s): BIOM*3100, HK*3940
Department(s): Department of Biomedical Sciences