1) Elements of Comparative Anatomy
Macro-microscopic aspects of the following apparatus:
- Digestive system (oral cavity, esophagus; stomachs (mono and polygastric animals); intestine, liver and pancreas;
- Cardiocircolatory system
- Lymphatic system (thymus, lymphnodes, spleen)
- urinary tract (kidney, ureter, bladder)
- Male reproductive system
- Female genital system
- Endocrine system (pituitary gland; epiphysis; thyroid; parathyroid, adrenal gland (Comparative features of macro and microscopic structure)
- Nervous system
2) Elements of Veterinary Phisiology
The prehension, chewing, salivary secretion, the formation of the bolus and swallowing.
Gastric digestion in monogastric.
Intestinal digestion, bile and pancreatic secretion.
Functions of stomachs, intestinal miscroflora, the intestinal absorption.
Mammogenesis, milk secretion and its regulation in the various animals of zootechnical interest.
Reproductive seasonality and its control.
3)Elements of human Phisiology
Functions and composition of blood. Hemostasis.
- Morphological and functional organization of the cardiovascular system. Functional properties of the heart. Electrical and mechanical activity of the heart.
- Characteristics of respiratory anatomy and physiology. Functions of the respiratory system. Nervous and mechanic principles of ventilation.
- Structural and phisiological organization of the kidneys. Nephron. Concentration and dilution mechanisms of the urine.
- Digestion and absorption.
- Structural and phisiological organization of the nervous system. Sensory and motor systems. General phisiological processes in the neuron.
- Functional general organization of endocrine system.