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Animal behavior : evolution, development, mechanism, function [Lecture notes] - 5th ed
Drickamer, L.C. \ Vessey, S.H. \ Jakob, E.M. \ cop. 2010
animal behaviour - evolution - development - nervous system - hormones - immunology - learning - social behaviour - textbooks

Your course instructor has developed this customized textbook in conjuntion with McGraw-Hill to provide you with the exact resources you need for your course. The textbook has been tailored to contain the specialized content required for your course.


Used in course: EZO-10306 Human and Animal Biology I; HAP-20306 Human and Animal Biology, part 2
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Behavioral neuroscience [Monograph] - Eighth edition.
Breedlove, S. Marc \ Watson, Neil V. \ 2017
Psychobiology

Used in course: HAP-30806 Integrated Neuroendocrinology
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Behavioural endocrinology 2014/2015 [Lecture notes]
2015
animal behaviour - endocrinology - hormones

Used in course: HAP-21806 Behavioural Endocrinology
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Brain and hormones [Lecture notes]
[2010]
brain - hormones - endocrinology - behaviour - neuroendocrinology

During the course Brain & Hormones different aspects of brain function in relation to behaviour will be discussed. The course is subdivided in 7 themes, namely Histology, Anatomy and Physiology of the Brain, Sleep and Biological Rhythms, Emotion, Stress, Homeostasis and Behaviour, Reproductive Behaviour, Psychopharmacology and Drug Abuse, and Neuronal Disorders. Although subdivided in different themes, it should become clear during the course that the same area in the brain can have completely different functions. Besides receiving signals through neuronal innervations the brain also receives many hormonal signals, which either can elicit an independent effect, or can become integrated with neuronal signals.


Used in course: HAP-30806 Integrated Neuroendocrinology
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Development and healthy ageing [Lecture notes]
Keijer, J. \ Kranenbarg, S. \ Leeuwen, J. van \ Savelkoul, H. \ 2011
man - animals - biological development - aging - health - energy metabolism - homeostasis - immunology - immune system - muscles - biomechanics

Used in course: HAP-31306 Development and Healthy Aging
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Development and healthy aging [Lecture notes]
Keijer, J. \ Kranenbarg, S. \ Savelkoul, H. \ Dartel, D. van \ Gussekloo, S. \ Leeuwen, J. van \ [2015]
biological development - aging - energy metabolism - immune system - health

This course focuses on development and healthy aging from the perspective of energy homeostasis, immunology and developmental biology. The course has a mechanistic focus and provides a systems view from molecules to the whole body. State-of-the-art knowledge, methodology and techniques will be explained using current literature and ongoing research. Mechanisms will be explained using findings in wide range of organisms, including models organisms, production animals, pets and humans. Keywords are: development, pattern formation, molecular regulation of development, physiology and molecular regulation of energy metabolism, mitochondria, adipose tissue function, organ-organ interactions, metabolic imprinting, function and (dys) regulation of the immune system, chronic diseases, in vitro and in vivo test models, healthy aging.


Used in course: HAP-31306 Development and Healthy Aging
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Exercise physiology : energy, nutrition, and human performance [Monograph] - 6th ed
MacArdle, W.D. \ Katch, F.I. \ Katch, V.L. \ 2006
physiology - physical activity - nutrition - metabolism - exercise - nutrition physiology - textbooks - Exercise Physiological aspects

This textbook integrates basic concepts and relevant scientific information to provide a foundation for understanding nutrition, energy transfer, and exercise training. The new Sixth Edition continues to provide excellent coverage of exercise physiology, uniting the topics of human performance, nutrition, energy expenditure and capacity, molecular biology, and more. Every chapter has been fully revised and updated to reflect the latest information. The updated full-color art program adds visual appeal and improves understanding of key topics. LiveAdvise online faculty support and student tutoring services are available free with the text. A bound-in CD-ROM contains questions to help students prepare for exams. A Connection Website provides additional faculty and student resources.


Used in course: HNE-36806 Nutrition and Sports; HAP-20306 Human and Animal Biology, part 2
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Human physiology : an integrated approach [Monograph] - Seventh edition.
Silverthorn, Dee Unglaub \ Johnson, Bruce R. \ Ober, William C. \ Ober, Claire E. \ Silverthorn, Andrew C. \ 2016
Human physiology

Used in course: HAP-10306 Principles of Human Physiology; HAP-10806 Principles of Human Physiology (dissection free variant)
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Humane fysiologie [Lecture notes] - Edition 2016-2017
Nieuwenhuizen, Arie \ 2016

Used in course: HAP-10306 Principles of Human Physiology
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Integrated neuroendocrinology [Lecture notes]
Wageningen University \ 2014
neuroendocrinology - hormones - brain

course is subdivided in 7 themes, namely Histology, Anatomy and Physiology of the Brain, Sleep and Biological Rhythms, Emotion, Stress, Homeostasis and Digestive Behaviour, Reproductive Behaviour, Psychopharmacology and Drug Abuse, and Neuronal Disorders. Although subdivided in different themes, it should become clear during the course that the same area in the brain can have completely different functions. Besides receiving signals through neuronal innervations the brain also receives many hormonal signals, which either can elicit an independent effect, or can become integrated with neuronal signals.


Used in course: HAP-30806 Integrated Neuroendocrinology
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Integrated principles of zoology / Cleveland P. Hickman, Jr., Washington and Lee University, Susan L. Keen, University of California-Davis, David J. Eisenhour, Morehead State University, Allan Larson, Washington University, Helen I. Anson, Washington and Lee University [Monograph] - Seventeenth edition, international student edition
Hickman, Cleveland P.. \ Keen, Susan L. \ Eisenhour, David J. \ Larson, Allan \ Anson, Helen l' \ 2017

Used in course: EZO-10306 Human and Animal Biology I; EZO-20306 Biology of Invertebrates, Algae and Fungi; EZO-21803 Basic Principles of Vertebrate Zoology; EZO-10406 Human and Animal Biology, dissection free, part 1; EZO-20406 Biology of Invertebrates, Algae and Fungi, dissection free; EZO-21903 Basic Principles of Vertebrate Zoology, dissection free; EZO-22806 Marine Life; HAP-20306 Human and Animal Biology, part 2; HAP-20406 Human and Animal Biology, dissection free, part 2
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Introduction to nutrition and metabolism [Monograph] - 5th ed
Bender, D.A. \ cop. 2014
nutrition - metabolism - nutrients - nutrition physiology - metabolic disorders - textbooks

Understanding the way in which nutrients are metabolised, and hence the principles of biochemistry, is essential for understanding the scientific basis of what we would call a healthy diet. This book presents an accessible text on the basic principles of nutrition and metabolism and the biochemistry needed for comprehending the science of nutrition. This text explores the need for food and the uses to which that food is put in the body, as well as the interactions between health and diet. It describes the metabolic pathways and the biochemical basis of their nutritional and physiological importance. Topics covered include chemical reactions and catalysis by enzymes; the role of ATP; digestion and absorption of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins; issues associated with being overweight; problems of malnutrition; and vitamin and mineral requirements and functions.


Used in course: HAP-30306 Nutritional Physiology; ANU-30806 Animal Nutrition and Physiology; HAP-30406 Nutritional Physiology, dissection free
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Mens en dierkunde 2 [Lecture notes]
Rijntjes, Eddy \ 2016

Used in course: HAP-20306 Human and Animal Biology, part 2
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Mens en dierkunde 2 [Lecture notes]
Grefte, Sander \ 2017

Used in course: HAP-20306 Human and Animal Biology, part 2
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Mens- en dierkunde II [Lecture notes]
Wageningen Universiteit \ [2009]
man - animals - anatomy - physiology - histology - zoology - lectures

Used in course: HAP-20306 Human and Animal Biology, part 2
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Molecular regulation of health and disease [Lecture notes]
Keijer, J. \ Zoetendaal, E. \ Louisse, J. \ Afman, L. \ Wells, J. \ Dartel, D. van \ 2012
regulation - energy metabolism - metabolism - cell physiology

Molecular regulation of health and disease focuses on regulatory mechanisms that have a central role in human and animal health. Detailed knowledge on the molecular, biochemical and cellular mechanisms that are central in the functioning of a healthy organism will be provided by comparison of a healthy condition versus a diseased condition. This is done from 5 perspectives. i) The molecular regulation of energy and nutrient metabolism of cancer cells for understanding a healthy cellular energy and nutrient metabolism, ii) The mechanisms involved in maintenance of vascular endothelial health and in the development of vascular disease, iii) The mechanisms of epigenesis and (food) chemical induced epigenetic changes for heritable alterations in phenotype, iv) The mechanisms that relate the molecular ecology of microbiota to human health and disease. v) The mechanistic role of immune signaling in the maintenance of the homeostasis of the intestine and other organs and in chronic inflammatory diseases and disorders. The focus of this course will be on human health and functioning. The mechanisms are applicable to a wide variety of mammals and will also be explained using findings in model organisms, in particular mouse and rat. Relevant methodology and techniques will be explained.


Used in course: HAP-31806 Molecular Regulation of Health and Disease
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Molecular regulation of health and disease [Lecture notes]
2015
regulation - metabolism - energy metabolism - cell physiology

Used in course: HAP-31806 Molecular Regulation of Health and Disease
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Nutritional physiology : human and animal physiology [Lecture notes] - Period 2, 2015-2016
Schothorst, Evert M. van \ 2015

Used in course: HAP-30306 Nutritional Physiology; HAP-30406 Nutritional Physiology, dissection free
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Physiology of behavior [Monograph] - 11th ed., international edTable of contents
Carlson, N.R. \ cop. 2013
physiology - behaviour - neurophysiology - neuroscience - nervous system - neurology - psychology - neuropharmacology - mental disorders - movement disorders - neurobiology - psychological physiology - textbooks

Physiology of Behavior provides a scholarly yet accessible portrait of the dynamic interaction between biology and behavior. This revision incorporates the latest discoveries in behavioral neuroscience, and includes over 400 new references. Integrated for the first time with MyPsychLab, featuring an interactive Virtual Brain, chapter study plans, flashcards, and other resources.


Used in course: HAP-30806 Integrated Neuroendocrinology
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Principles of human physiology [Monograph] - Sixth edition, Global edition.
Stanfield, Cindy L.. \ 2017
Human physiology - Human physiology

Used in course: EZO-10306 Human and Animal Biology I; EZO-10406 Human and Animal Biology, dissection free, part 1; HAP-20306 Human and Animal Biology, part 2; HAP-20406 Human and Animal Biology, dissection free, part 2
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