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Vertebrate Physiology

(3 0 cr.) - Session(s): Fall | Course Every Year

A comprehensive study of the principal processes involved in vertebrate cells, tissues, and organ systems, including circulation, respiration, excretion, acid-base and fluid balances, digestion, reproduction, and muscle-nerve coordination and integration.  Anatomy is studied as necessary to understand the functions of the different systems.  Three lectures per week. Prerequisites: BIO-110, BIO-151, CHE-111, CHE-141, CHE-112, CHE-142. Corequisite: BIO-343. 

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