The course explores how animals adapt to their environments within-life and during evolution that encourages students to develop a deeper understanding of key topics in animal physiology gaining an overview of the integrated nature of physiology, from molecules to whole organism.
An emphasis is placed on learning from the primary scientific literature, including primary research articles and review papers. Students may explore diverse aspects of physiological adaptation through individual and group work through discussions, presenting speeches, or by writing scientific minireviews, developing skills in communication, team work and writing dissertation.
|Lecturer:||David Sandor Kiss, PhD|
|Grading:||Marks from 1 to 5|