Ansc222Syllabus - Syllabus ANSC 222 Course Information and...

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Syllabus ANSC 222 Course Information and Policies Course Description : Animal Sciences 222 is an introductory in animal anatomy and physiology designed to provide a foundation for advanced courses in the Animal Science curriculum. The emphasis in this course will be on general principles and underlying mechanisms of mammalian anatomy and physiology. Physiology is the branch of biology focusing on function and how an animal maintains a relatively constant internal environment ( homeostasis ). Lectures will cover the operation, regulation, and integration of major organ systems. Discussions consist of a series of student-conducted case studies and projects designed to illustrate basic physiological concepts discussed in lecture and provide experience in experimental techniques, data analysis and presentation, and biological variation. Lectures: Room 150 ASL Texts: BIOLOGY (Unit VII) McGrawHill Instructors: J. Lee Beverly, Ph.D. Office: 226 ASL beverly1@uiuc.edu Phone: 244-4516 Matthew B. Wheeler, Ph.D. Office: mbwheele@illinois.edu
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