The function of animals as a whole as indicated by the physiology and interrelationship of different organs and organ systems with emphasis on humans. Molecular mechanisms of neurophysiology and muscular contraction are considered. Homeostatic mechanisms of circulation, respiration, metabolism, ionic regulation, and excretion in mammals are compared with those in other animals. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory weekly. Prerequisite: BIO 308.
Dr. Phillip W. Archer
Ellison Hall, Room 321