Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology 1B (VETS1034)


In this unit the gross anatomy, histology and physiology of the respiratory, cardiovascular and urinary systems are studied. Mechanisms of acid base regulation are also included. Clinical material is used to illustrate normal structure and function. Examples of structural and physiological abnormalities that cause dysfunction and disease in animals are included. Computer based tutorials and assessments will be used to assist learning.

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lectures: 42 hrs practicals: 22 hrs tutorials/Group Work: 13 hrs (Please note: These figures are approximate and subject to change.)


intra-semester: 1 x anatomy and physiology examination (20%) end of semester: 1 x 2 hr written theory paper (anatomy & physiology) (55%), 1 x anatomy practical examination (18%) other: anatomy assignment (7%)


VETS1034 VAP 1 B Unit of Study Guide

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Assumed knowledge: VETS1014

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