IPSI - Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology

IPSI - Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology - VETERINARY...

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VETERINARY ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Course Description This course is designed to give students knowledge of the basic anatomy and physiology of animals. The basic species include the horse, cow, swine, sheep, dog, and cat. Important species differences are described. Terminology is an important part of the course. 3 Cr (1 lect/pres, 2 lab, 0 other) Course Focus Basic comparative anatomy and physiology of animals for students with major in animal health careers Text and References Anatomy and Physiology of Farm Animals; R.D. Frandson / T.L. Spurgeon; 5 th edition; Lea & Febiger; Philedelphia Course Goals The following list of course goals will be addressed in the course. These goals are directly related to the performance objectives (Addendum A). (*designates a CRUCIAL goal) 1. define anatomy 2. define physiology 3. identify terms of direction anatomy 4. understand microscopic anatomy 5. define amphioxus 6. define embryology 7. describe animal anatomy 8. describe mammalian 9. differentiate mitosis and meiosis 10. know anatomy and physiology abbreviations 11. recognize anatomical parts 12. understand cell function 13. describe bone function 14. identify skeletal anatomy 15. name the skeletal bones 16. understand bone embryology 17. classify bones 18. identify bones 19. define bone composition 20. describe physiology of bone
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21. identify the axial skeleton 22. describe fractures 23. classify joints 24. define pathological bone conditions 25. identify skeleton joints 26. describe joints movements 27. describe healing of fractures 28. identify appendicular joints 29. understand joints pathology 30. define types of muscular tissue 31. describe functions of muscular system 32. identify front limb muscles 33. identify hind limb muscles 34. identify neck and head muscles 35. identify smooth muscle anatomy 36. identify trunk muscles 37. identify cardiac muscle anatomy 38. study smooth muscle physiology 39. study cardiac muscle physiology 40. identify skeletal muscles 41. study skeletal muscle physiology 42. understand nervous system organization 43. study nervous system histology 44. study nervous system embryology 45. describe the central nervous system 46. describe the peripheral nervous system 47. describe autonomic nervous system 48. define reflex arc 49. explain anesthetics 50. describe anesthetic effects 51. know pathology of nervous systems 52. describe types of sensory receptors 53. describe sensory receptors mechanisms 54. describe nerve impulses physiology 55. define a reflex arc 56. define pain 57. define proprioception 58. define myelination 59. describe sense organs 60. describe skin structures 61. compare anatomy of feet by species 62. describe the physiology of the horse’s foot 63. describe the formed elements of blood 64. define hemopoieses 65. describe blood 66. compare composition of blood
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67. explain acidosis/alkalosis 68. describe erythropoesis 69.* perform blood counts 70. perform packed cell volumes 71. describe reflex control heart
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2010 for the course BIO 130 taught by Professor Pfeiffer during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Rockland.

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