194.241 Physiological Control Systems (15 credits)

The principles of control systems involving nerves and hormones are examined. Control at the cellular, tissue, organ system and whole-body levels is explained with reference to the basis of cell excitability, basic functions of the nervous system, muscle contraction, actions of hormones, the immune system and the renal system. Close relationships between structure and function are considered.

Note(s): The principles of control systems involving nerves and hormones are examined. Control at the cellular, tissue, organ system and whole-body levels is explained with reference to the basis of cell excitability, basic functions of the nervous system, muscle contraction, actions of hormones, the immune system and the renal system. Close relationships between structure and function are considered.

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  • Prerequisite(s): 194.101. At least 45 credits from 100 level. At least 90 credits from 100 level for Bachelor of Science.

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Year Semester Mode Location
2017 Semester one full semester Internal Auckland Campus
2017 Semester one full semester Internal Manawatu Campus
2018 Semester one full semester Internal Auckland Campus
2018 Semester one full semester Internal Manawatu Campus

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