Comparative Physiology

In comparative physiology, we investigate how different physiological processes have evolved from a more primitive stage to a more advanced and complex form.

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What is Comparative Physiology

In Comparative physiology, we study the anatomy and physiological processes of animals and how they are influenced by, and interact with, their surrounding environment. Physiological and behavioral processes are studied from the perspective of the entire organism down to mechanistic aspects on molecular, cell biological, neuronal circuitry and tissue levels. Specific attention is dedicated to reproductive systems, immunology and neurobiology. Also, the whole range from embryonal, post-natal and adult stages are studied in various species.

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