Functional Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals, 4th Edition
March 2009, ©2009, Wiley-Blackwell
Chapter 2. Body Water: Properties and Functions.
Chapter 3. Blood and Its Functions.
Chapter 4. Nervous System.
Chapter 5. The Sensory Organs.
Chapter 6. Endocrine System.
Chapter 7. Bones, Joints, and Synovial Fluid.
Chapter 8. Muscle.
Chapter 9. The Cardiovascular System.
Chapter 10. The Respiratory System.
Chapter 11. The Urinary System.
Chapter 12. Digestion and Absorption.
Chapter 13. Body Heat and Temperature Regulation.
Chapter 14. Male Reproduction.
Chapter 15. Female Reproduction.
Chapter 16. Lactation
- Provides an introduction to the structure and function of animal body systems in the horse, dog, cat, cow, sheep, goat, pig, and chicken
- Takes a combined approach to anatomy and physiology for an increased understanding of their interconnection
- Includes expanded coverage of avian topics and more information on body water and electrolytes
- More than 350 illustrations aid in comprehension
- Incorporates learning tools such as chapter outlines, study aid questions, self-evaluation exercises, clinical correlates, bolded key terms, and suggested reading
"This is a serious book for the veterinary student, a reference for the veterinarian or technician, and a good book to have in your library." - Veterinary Information Network
“The fourth edition of Functional Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals provides a thorough overview of the structure and function of animal body systems.” - Veterinary Forum, May 2009