Introduction to Animal Physiology University of Tsukuba
Animals are living on Earth by adapting themselves to various environmental conditions well. It sometimes goes far beyond our common sense. In this course, we learn how living animals overcome difficulties which they encounter in changing environment and how they keep their activity and metabolism to survive in such environment. At first, focusing on issues concerning foods, body temperature, respiration, circulation, osmoregulation and excretion, we learn basic principles and diversity of mechanisms which animals evolved to solve these issues. Next, we learn the endocrine system and the nervous system both of which coordinately regulate animal behavior. We further go onto the mechanisms underlying alternation of generations (reproduction and development) and a defense mechanism (immune system) in animals.
Online Course Requirement
Irving Louis John,HAYASHI MAKOTO,HAYASHI YOSHIKI,Sakurai Keisuke,shimada yuko
This course may not be available if there are too many participants. This lecture is planned as online.
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Lecture is conducted in English.
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Contact person: Louis John Irving,MAKOTO HAYASHI,YOSHIKI HAYASHI,Keisuke Sakurai,yuko shimada
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