Animal physiology: principles and adaptations
Nutrition; Energy metabolism; Movement: the physiology of muscle; Respiration; Circulation; Water and solute metabolism; Boody temperature and energy metabolism; Information processing in sensory and nervous systems; Sensory physiology; Use of information: central coordination; chemical correlation and control.
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