Steve Perry - Teaching
Because of my duties as Dean (Interim) for the Faculty of Science and University Research Chair, my teaching is limited at the moment. Courses that I teach or will likely teach again include:
BIO 3302 Animal Physiology II
Fundamentals of animal regulatory units will be discussed emphasizing physiological adjustments of animals to the environment. Topics covered will include respiration, circulation, osmoregulation, excretion, energy metabolism and thermoregulation.
BIO 3137 Experiments in Animal Physiology
Representative experiments to illustrate basic principles of animal physiology.
BIO 4119 Topics in Respiratory Physiology
Topics covered will include principles of gas exchange in terrestrial and aquatic animals, transport of O2 and CO2 in blood, acid-base regulation and respiratory adaptations to exercise and environmental stresses.
BIO 8361 Advanced Topics in Animal Physiology
In-depth study of selected areas in animal physiology of current research interest (team-taught course).