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    K-State Undergraduate Catalog 2000-2002
     

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    Anatomy and Physiology

    Frank Blecha,* Interim Department Head

    Professors Blecha,* Cash,* Dunn,* Erickson,* Frey,* Musch,* and Troyer;* Associate Professors Kenney,* Marcus,* Poole,* Ross,* and Weiss;* Assistant Professors Freeman, McAllister, Mitchell, Provo, Schultz,* and Wangemann;* Emeriti Professors Fedde, Klemm, Upson, and Westfall; Adjunct Professors Hand and Toll.

    The Department of Anatomy and Physiology presents courses in cell and systemic physiology, gross and microscopic anatomy, nutrition and metabolism, pharmacology, and neuroscience for students enrolled in either the veterinary medicine curriculum or graduate school.

    Cardiovascular physiology, immunophysiology, neuroscience, and pharmacology—major research themes within the department—are supported with modern research facilities and state-of-the-art research equipment.

    Topics within Veterinary Medicine:
    dGeneral Requirements dClinical Sciences   
    dAnatomy and Physiology dDiagnostic Medicine/ Pathobiology   
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    Kansas State University
    November 10, 2000