Tom Moon - Teaching

BIO 2110 Environmental Physiology (3 cr)
How representative individual healthy organisms respond to various natural or anthropogenic physical environmental parameters such as temperature, water, pH, electromagnetic radiation including UV, gases, pressure and heavy metals. Primary and secondary stress responses and homeostatis will be considered throughout. This course is intended primarily for students enrolled in the Environmental Science program.

BIO 3303 Animal Physiology I (3 cr)
Regulatory systems in animals. Physiological adjustments to environmental changes. Nervous system, sensory physiology, nutrition, endocrinology, animal metabolism and locomotion.

BIO 4120 Animal Adaptations (3 cr)
The influence of environment and phylogeny on metabolic processes in cells, tissues and organisms. Emphasis will be placed on the impact of temperature, oxygen, hydrostatic pressure and solutes on animal function