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ANAT1308 Comparative Anatomy and Physiology 2 ECTS
Organised by
Cell Biology and Anatomy
Person in charge
Lecturer Jorma Paranko (paranko@utu.fi), Cell biology and anatomy, Institute of Biomedicine
Preceding studies
Compulsory:

Learning outcomes

The aim of the course is to learn vertebrate anatomy and physiology and the indicated evolutionary adaptations in them. The course covers the differences in basic anatomy and physiology of fish, frog, bird (chicken), mammal (rat). The histological differences are studied in applicable details.

The student should learn to dissect animals, make preparations and understand the anatomical and physiological differences of the four central classes of vertebrates. This course gives good basic skills for performing animal experiments and, e.g. for selecting a suitable experimental animal model.
The course extends the skills acquired on the laboratory animal course.

Contents

Basic anatomy and physiology of fish, frog, bird and mammal:
- skin
- body cavities
- musculosceletal system
- respiratory organs
- central nervous system
- digestive organs
- lymphatic system
- urinary and reproductive organs

Evaluation

Numeric 0-5.

Recommended year of study

1. year autumn

Belongs to following study modules

Department of Physics and Astronomy
Institute of Biomedicine
2017–2018
Teaching
Archived Teaching Schedule. Please refer to current Teaching Shedule.
Implementation details are unavailable.
Institute of Biomedicine
DP in Biomedicine
Finnish Study Modules
MDP in Drug Discovery and Development
MDP in Biomedical Imaging
Biomedical Imaging