Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018
BIO 332 Advanced Physiology
4 hours; 4 credits
An in-depth study of representative physiological mechanisms at the molecular and cellular levels of organization. Course topics include the function of biological macromolecules, bioenergetics and metabolism, cell surface dynamics, functional microanatomy of neurons, neural information transfer and integration, organization of reflexes, hormones and other bioactive chemical messengers, renal regulation of the internal environment.
Prerequisite: BIO 205 with a minimum grade of C or higher
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