VET30330 Cells, Tissues, Organs and Development
Academic Year 2021/2022
This level three module provides graduate entrants to veterinary medicine with the skills necessary to recognise and describe the microscopic anatomy of the major tissue types of domestic animals. It requires students to integrate the principles of physiology, anatomy with histological structures. Developmental biology (including embryology) will be studied up to the end of gastrulation. Current knowledge relating to functional genomics and epigenetics will be introduced.
Having completed this module, students will be able to:
• Identify and describe a range of normal histological tissue structures (epithelium, glands, connective tissues, cartilage, bone etc) in domestic animals.
• Give examples of major differences in these structures, where they exist, among different species of domestic animals.
• Describe and outline the development of major tissue types during embryonic development.
• Understand the molecular basis of cell biology including the basis of physiological regulation and homeostasis.
• Give examples of clinical abnormalities that affect normal tissue/organ structure.
• Demonstrate basic competency in applying knowledge and skills to clinical scenarios and veterinary clinical case material.
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