Veterinary Physiology (VBMS 224.9)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
VBMS 224 01 January 2017 Linda Hiebert (primary instructor)
 
VBMS 224 01 September 2016 Alan Chicoine , Ali Honaramooz , Carl Lessard , Adelaine Leung , Matthew Loewen , Karen Machin , Lynn Weber , Linda Hiebert (primary instructor)
 
VBMS 224 01 January 2016 Alan Chicoine , Carl Lessard , Matthew Loewen , Andrew Van Kessel , Lynn Weber , Linda Hiebert (primary instructor)

Description

The function of the physiological systems of mammals is studied with emphasis upon the domestic animals and veterinary medical aspects. After an introductory consideration of basic cell physiology and hematology, the physiology of respiratory, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal , renal and endocrine systems is studied. In the laboratory the principles of physiology are demonstrated through experiments and observation on the normal animal and with computer simulations.

Formerly

VBMS 221.8 and VBMS 320.2

Restriction(s)

Admitted to Year 1 of the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.

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