BI 106Syll - BI 106: A& P of Domestic Animals Spring,...

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BI 106: A& P of Domestic Animals Spring, 2006 Description: Continuation of a comprehensive vertebrate anatomy and physiology course, employing a systems approach. Emphasis on domestic species such as the cat, dog, bird, horse, ruminant, rat, and mouse. Anatomy is taught primarily in the laboratory; physiology in the classroom. Objectives: Students completing both semesters of this course should be able to 1. read, understand, and communicate clearly in this field, using appropriate vocabulary 2. identify parts of the cell, and recognize cells and tissues 3. describe the structure of water and explain its importance in living organisms 4. describe how material moves into and out of cells 5. name and locate major anatomical structures of the various systems in the major species of domestic animals 6. explain how the major systems of the body function individually and together 7. name and explain the basic functions of the components of blood 8. name and describe the classes of biological macromolecules
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