Spring 2019
CRN: 15901
BIOS 5180 - Endocrinology

An overview of the hormonal regulation of various aspects of animal physiology. Major themes include the control of hormone synthesis/secretion, mechanisms of hormone action and target organ effects.

Additional Information

Campus: Main
Schedule Type: Lecture
Instructional Method: Traditional

Prerequisites and Restrictions:
The following student classifications are restricted from taking this course:
Freshman
Sophomore
Graduate Student Test Score at least ADMIT or
BIOS 3500 Min grade = C and
Required Credits: 7 hrs of BIOS Min grade = C

Instructor(s): Spitsbergen, John M. (Primary)
Calvo Ochoa, Erika

Required and recommended course materials, including cost.

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