Description of Individual Course Units
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of Course UnitYear of StudySemesterNumber of ECTS Credits
402023142006ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGYCompulsory354
Level of Course Unit
First Cycle
Objectives of the Course
The aim of the draft structure of the course of the functions of live animals, according to the foundation to explain the evolutionary steps. Most of the basic secrets physiology, cellular and molecular level in recent years with many new techniques have been developed. Therefore, the principle of molecular physiology and physical terms, many born in the ability to express. Transport of substances in the cell, chemical structures, digestive, respiratory, circulatory, excretory systems, and also move the muscles and physiology, aimed to explain the physiology of sensory and nervous.
Name of Lecturer(s)
Doç. Dr. Bekir KESKİN
Learning Outcomes
1The Meanning of Physiology, Central Themes in Physiology
2Digestive System and Nutrition
3Respiratory System
4Circulatory System
5Excretory System
6Nervous System
7Muscle and Movement
8Lymphatic System and Immunity
9Endocrine System
10Reproductive System
11Grasp the above-mentioned systems and organisms to reveal the differences between the system
12Physiology adapt the current implementation
13Experimental logic, analytical thinking, quantitative analysis and problem solving to provide the establishment of the connection between
Mode of Delivery
Face to Face
Prerequisites and co-requisities
None
Recommended Optional Programme Components
None
Course Contents
The Meanning of Physiology, Central Themes in Physiology, Digestive System and Nutrition, Some Impotrant Inorganic Molecules, Biological Molecules, Feeding Stragies, Absorption of Food, Small Intestine Asorbs, Respiratory System, Exchange of Gases, Respiratoy Pigments, The Insect Tracheal System, The Vertebrata Gill: Water Breathing, Regulation of Gas Transfer and Respiration, Ventilation / Perfusion in Gill, The Vertebrate Lung: Air Breathing, Mechanisms of Ventilation in Lung, Volume and Capasity of the Lung, Oxygen Transport in Blood, CO2 Transport in Blood, Fonctional Anatomy of the Lung, The Problems of the Alveolar Collapse, Heat and Water Loss With Respiration, Circulatory System, General Plan of the Circulatory System (Protozoon, Sponge, Coelenterata and Platyhelminthes, Nemathelminthes, Annelida, Arthropods, Mollusca), Blood Cells Occur in Plasme, Platelets Assist Blood Clotting, Blood Vessels, Arteries and Arterioles: Away from the Heart, Capillaries: Exchange Takes Place, Veins and Venules: to the Heart, Fonctional Morphology of the Vertebrate Heart, The Mammalian Heart, Electrical Activity of the Heart, Changes in Pressure and Flow, During a Single Hearbeat, Respiratory System, Invertebrate Osmoregulation Organs, Osmoregulation in Aqueus Environments, Fresh Water Animals, Marine Animals, Vertebrate Kidney, Evolution of the Vertebrate Kidney, Anatomy of the Mammalian Kidney, An Overviev of Urine Formation, Glomerular Filtration, Tubular Reabsorption, Tubular Secration, PH Regulation by the Kidney, Renal Regulatory Mechanisms, Control of Glomerular Filtration Rate, Control of Tubular Reabsorption of Na+, Control of Osmatic WaterRetention, Renal Clearance, Nervous System, Animal Nervous Systems, Neuron Structure, Nerve Impuls, Transmission Across a Snapse, Peripheral Nervous System, Central Nervous Sytem, Muscle and Movement, Structural Basis of Contraction, Substructure of the Miyofilaments, Sliding- Flament Theory, Cross-Bridge and the Production on Force, Cardiac Muscle, Smooth Muscle, Musculoskeletal Mechanics, Lymphatic System and Immunity, Lymphatic System, Nonspecific Defenses, Specific Defences, Induced Immunity, Immunity Side Effects, Endocrine System, Hypotalamus and Pituitary, Adrenal Glands Have Two Parts, Pancreas Produces Two Hormons, Other Endocrine Glands, Reproductive System, Male Reproductive System, Female Reproductive System,
Weekly Detailed Course Contents
WeekTheoreticalPracticeLaboratory
1The Meanning of Physiology, Central Themes in Physiology, Digestive System and Nutrition, Some Impotrant Inorganic MoleculesApparatus and Instrument
2Biological Molecules, Feeding StragiesSalivary Digestion, Effect of starch of Ptyalin, Destruction of Ptyalin
3Absorption of Food, Small Intestine Asorbs, Respiratory System, Exchange of Gases, Respiratoy Pigments, The Insect Tracheal SystemEffect of pepsin to fibrin, pepsin Effect of acid, Neutral and Alkaline Media
4The Vertebrata Gill: Water Breathing, Regulation of Gas Transfer and Respiration, Ventilation / Perfusion in GillStarch digestion with pancreatic enzymes, pancreatic enzyme and fat digestion
5The Vertebrate Lung: Air Breathing, Mechanisms of Ventilation in Lung, The Volumes of Air Respired and the Capasity of the LungsCellulose digestion with snail juice crop Self, Digestive of Paramecium
6Oxygen Transport in Blood, CO2 Transport in Blood, Fonctional Anatomy of the Lung, The Problems of the Alveolar Collapse, Heat and Water Loss With Respiration,Demonstration of CO2 coming in. The resulting respiration, pale Amphibia Buccofrangial Determining the difference between the Import and Export Density of CO2 respiration, tissue respiration
7Circulatory System, General Plan of the Circulatory System (Protozoon, Sponge, Coelenterata and Platyhelminthes, Nemathelminthes, Annelida, Arthropods, Mollusca), Blood Cells Occur in PlasmeEnumeration of Red Blood Corpuscles, Enumeration of White Blood Corpuscles
8MidtermMidterm
9Platelets Assist Blood Clotting, Blood Vessels, Arteries and Arterioles: Away from the Heart, Capillaries: Exchange Takes Place, Veins and Venules: to the Heart, Fonctional Morphology of the Vertebrate HeartMovement of the Blood in Blood Vessels,
10The Mammalian Heart, Electrical Activity of the Heart, Changes in Pressure and Flow, During a Single Hearbeat,Movements of Heart Printing, The Effect of Temperature Change on the movement of the heart, Water Prsinde Heart Movements
11Respiratory System, Invertebrate Osmoregulation Organs, Osmoregulation in Aqueus Environments, Fresh Water Animals, Marine Animals, Vertebrate Kidney, Evolution of the Vertebrate Kidney, Anatomy of the Mammalian Kidney,Toluidine Blue Injection mouse, worm Nefredium Investigation, Processing of contractile vacuole in Paramecium
12An Overviev of Urine Formation, Glomerular Filtration, Tubular Reabsorption, Tubular Secration, pH Regulation by the Kidney, Renal Regulatory Mechanisms, Control of Glomerular Filtration Rate, Control of Tubular Reabsorption of Na+, Control of Osmatic WaterRetention, Renal Clearance,Delete the epithelium of the frog's mouth movement, skeletal muscle Chart Single Sars, tetanic contraction
13Nervous System, Animal Nervous Systems, Neuron Structure, Nerve Impuls, Transmission Across a Snapse, Peripheral Nervous System, Central Nervous Sytem,Electrical Stimulation of the nerve, the stimulus according to the severity Reflex Movement, reflexes Purpose Formation, reflex Corruption
14Muscle and Movement, Structural Basis of Contraction, Substructure of the Miyofilaments, Sliding- Flament Theory, Cross-Bridge and the Production on Force, Cardiac Muscle, Smooth Muscle, Musculoskeletal Mechanics, Lymphatic System and Immunity, Lymphatic System, Nonspecific Defenses, Specific Defences, Induced Immunity, Immunity Side EffectsAristotle Experiment, Amphibia Balance Movement, Blind Point Determination in humans, Single and Double Vision of the human
15Endocrine System, Hypotalamus and Pituitary, Adrenal Glands Have Two Parts, Pancreas Produces Two Hormons, Other Endocrine Glands, Reproductive System, Male Reproductive System, Female Reproductive System,Laboratory Examination
16Final Exam
Recommended or Required Reading
Çevik, İ. E., Göçmen, B., Mermer, A. Hayvan Fizyolojisi (Cilt I: Sindirim, Solunum, Dolaşım ve Boşaltım) Ege Üniversitesi Fen Fakültesi Kitaplar Serisi, No. 169 İzmir,2009 Eckert, R., Ranall, D. Animal Physiology Mechanizms and Adaptations, W.H. Freeman and Company San Francisco, 1983 Guyton, A. C., Hall, J. E. Medical Physiology (Tıbbi Biyoloji) Türkçe çeviri Editörü H. Çavuşoğlu, Nobel Tıp Kitapevleri, 1996
Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Activities are given in detail in the section of "Assessment Methods and Criteria" and "Workload Calculation"
Assessment Methods and Criteria
Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight
Midterm Examination1100
SUM100
End Of Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight
Final Examination1100
SUM100
Term (or Year) Learning Activities40
End Of Term (or Year) Learning Activities60
SUM100
Language of Instruction
Turkish
Work Placement(s)
None
Workload Calculation
ActivitiesNumberTime (hours)Total Work Load (hours)
Midterm Examination111
Final Examination111
Attending Lectures14342
Laboratory14228
Discussion10220
Question-Answer10220
Team/Group Work122
Experiment10220
Report Presentation122
Individual Study for Mid term Examination188
Individual Study for Final Examination188
Reading9327
Report122
Laboratory Midterm Examination111
Laboratory Examination111
TOTAL WORKLOAD (hours)183
Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes
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