Department of Veterinary Physiology

General Description

Physiology is a branch of biological sciences that deals with the normal functions of living organisms and their parts. Physiology-I course is given 2nd semester and main objectives of this course are to teach students how nervous, sensory, muscle, blood, heart, circulation and respiratory system and cell physiology works. The second course (Phsiology-II), which is given in 3rd semester, covers the physiology of digestive and endocrine system, reproduction and lactation, body fluids, metabolism and ambient temperature adaptation. A research laboratory located in our department both for students and scientific studies.

Research Interests

Hematological parameters and factors that affect hematological parameters, reproductive physiology in farm animals, hormones related to reproduction are some of our research topics.

Department of Veterinary Physiology Staff