Integrative Physiology and Behavior
The mechanisms involving animal function and behavior can be understood by Integrative Physiology and Behavior . Neuromechanics combines the facts of both Biomechanics and Neurophysiology. The control and organization of human movement involves a research on Biomechanics , Cell Physiology , Exercise physiology and Neurophysiology. Changes in blood pressure, and osmosis in response to exercise are due to fundamental cellular and molecular mechanisms.
- Track 1-1 Integrative Physiology
- Track 2-2 Biomechanics
- Track 3-3 Cell Physiology
- Track 4-4 Exercise Physiology
- Track 5-5 Neurophysiology