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BIO202H5

Course Name
Introductory Animal Physiology

Description
Diversity of structure and function in animals at the tissue and organ system level. Focus is on morphology and processes that sustain life and maintain homeostasis, including water balance, gas exchange, acquisition and transport of oxygen and nutrients, temperature regulation, electrical and chemical signal transmission, sensory processing, and locomotion. Principles and mechanisms of animal form and function are developed in lectures and laboratories. [24L, 15P, 10T]

Prerequisite
BIO152H5, BIO153H5; CHM110H5, CHM120H5

Exclusion
BIO204H5; (BIO270H1, BIO271H1); (BIOB32H3, BIOB34H3)