BIOL 4019 Animal Physiology
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as BIOL 34.
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2 hours; 2 credits
Lecture survey of how basic physiological processes are influenced and controlled by the nervous and endocrine systems. The relationships between structure and function will be emphasized. A comparative approach using examples from different groups of vertebrate animals. Those physiological processes that do not come under direct neuroendocrine control will be contrasted with those that do.
Prerequisite: Biology 1001 and Biology 1002
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