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BIOL 328 Vertebrate Physiology

Prerequisites: BIOL 202 and 203, or permission of the instructor. (Second semester—as needed/ 4 credits/3 class hours and 3 laboratory hours) 

Function and regulation of vertebrate tissues and organ systems with an emphasis on the mammalian organism. Topics include: ion and water regulation, digestion, respiration, hemodynamics, neurophysiology, muscle function, the endocrine glands and the urinogenital system. Laboratory work will involve measurement of physiological activities in human and animal subjects.