"Principles of Mammalian Physiology" is an introductory text intended for use by undergraduate students majoring in the biological sciences. This text focuses on major mammalian physiological concepts and mechanisms at the systemic level. Topics discussed include the nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, digestive, and muscular systems of the body. Text includes 131 illustrations. Size 8.5 X 11
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Mark S. Kosco earned a Ph.D. in animal physiology from the University of Minnesota, a M.S. degree in animal science from Mississippi State University, and a B.S. degree in animal science from the University of Delaware. He has completed research and has published in the area of mammalian reproductive physiology. He is author of "Mammalian Reproduction" (2000, Allegheny Press). Presently he is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology and Health Services at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Kosco teaches courses in human anatomy and physiology, animal physiology, histology, mammalian reproductive physiology, as well as biology courses for nonmajor students. Jennifer L. Hill earned a M.S. degree in Biology from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and a B.A. degree in Arts and Science with a minor in Natural Science from the Pennsylvania State University. Her interests include the natural sciences. Presently she is a Water Pollution Biologist with the Department of Environmental Protection for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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