Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals
July 2008, ©2008, Wiley-Blackwell
Chapter 1. Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology.
Chapter 2: The Cell: The Common Physiological Denominator.
Chapter 3. Fundamental Biochemical Pathways and Processes in Cellular Physiology.
Chapter 4. Tissue Structure and Organization.
Chapter 5. Integumentary System.
Chapter 6. Bone and Skeletal System.
Chapter 7. Muscular System.
Chapter 8. Introduction to the Nervous System.
Chapter 9. Central Nervous System.
Chapter 10. Peripheral and Autonomic Nervous System.
Chapter 11. Special Senses.
Chapter 12. Endocrine System.
Chapter 13. Cardiovascular System.
Chapter 14. Respiratory System.
Chapter 15. Immunity.
Chapter 16. Urinary System.
Chapter 17. Digestive System.
Chapter 18. Lactation and Animal Agriculture.
Chapter 19. Reproduction.
D. Michael Denbow, Ph.D., is a professor of Animal Science at Virginia Tech and has received numerous awards for outstanding teaching including Purina Mills Award for Teaching Excellence, Teaching Award of Merit, National Association of Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture, and the W.E. Wine Award for Excellence in Teaching from Virginia Tech.
- Covers anatomy and physiology of domestic animals from the cellular to the systems level
- Provides a fundamental information that will aid in further study of animal science
- Includes full color illustrations to facilitate understanding of complex concepts