194.101 Introductory Physiology (15 credits)

An introduction to the physiology of mammals, including humans, with comparative reference to some other taxa. The course focuses on physiological processes that help maintain a constant internal environment, physiological adaptations to changing external environments, and the relationship between the structure and function of tissues and organs.

Note(s): This course is no longer offered and students should now enrol into 214.101 Human Bioscience: Normal Body Function.

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