Basic sciences like veterinary physiology, serve as the foundation upon which a veterinary graduate student builds his or her understanding of the veterinary sciences. The knowledge of veterinary physiology serves as a cornerstone for understanding pathophysiology, animal productivity, and treatment strategies.
The book encompasses practical aspects of hematology, circulatory system, digestive system, respiration and spirometry, excretory system, endocrine system, reproduction physiology, animal development and body surface measures, environmental physiology, and animal behaviour. All the analytical techniques and body system functions have been written in simple language with physiological reference values and interpretation with the goal of providing undergraduate students with a better understanding of the basic principles of physiology that pertain to the health of domestic animals and birds.
1. Applied Hematology 2. Cardiovascular System: Measuring Cardiovascular Response 3. Digestive System: Enzyme Activity and Ruminoreticular Microenvironment Evaluations 4. Respiration and Spirometry 5. Excretory System: Comprehensive Insights into Urine Analysis 6. Endocrine System: Hormone Bioassays 7. Physiology of Reproduction 8. Animal Growth and Surface Area Measurement 9. Environmental Physiology: Meteorological Variables and Health Parameters 10. Animal Behaviour