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Current Topics in Thermophysiology BPK 831 (3)

Provides a detailed understanding of physiological and behavioral mechanisms underlying temperature regulation in humans and other animals. Thermoregulation will be studied during acute and chronic exposure to hot and cold environments, from the cellular to whole body level. The course will examine the relationship between thermoregulatory and other physiological systems (respiratory, muscular, cardiovascular, neural). Prerequisite: For UGs KIN 205, KIN 305. Recommended: For UGs KIN 407.