Anatomy and Physiology of
Com MV Iago Junqueira
The course is 100% online. Recorded and live classes according to schedule to be announced.
Live classes will be arranged as to date and time in a democratic way with students.
Serão disponibilizadas, gratuitamente, quatro vagas sociais para o curso, sendo uma para pessoas trans e travestis, uma para PCD (pessoas com deficiência), uma para pessoas negras e uma para pessoas indígenas ou quilombolas. Estás vagas serão disponibilizadas por ordem de inscrição mediante comprovação social. Mais informações no e-mail: email@example.com"
Studies on animal anatomy and physiology are undoubtedly essential in the training of professionals who aim to work with wildlife, whether wild or exotic. This basic knowledge is indispensable to prepare the clinical reasoning of veterinarians, the formulation of diets by zootechnicians or knowledge of the normality patterns for the species in the evaluation of an individual in the process of rehabilitation by a biologist.
The veterinarian and professor of the course Iago Junqueira says:
"Sem dúvida, o What I hear most from my interns and colleagues is how they wish they had had didactic and complete courses on content focused on wild animals at graduation, but it seems to be in a distant future from the reality of universities today..."
With that in mind, IES Educa decided to go ahead and create its own course in discipline format to supply this gap of the training in new professionals. A new semester is about to start and you're not being offered the course you wanted so badly: WE HAVE IT! Let's register! Our course, although it doesn't offer you elective credits, helps you A LOT to complete your extra-curricular hours, adding more than 80 hours of course during this next semester. Let's learn about wild animals from the beginning?
In this new course we will approach in a taxonomic order the main anatomical and physiological characteristics of wild species, covering topics on mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates.
Our objective with this course is to contextualize with the knowledge acquired in college with which will be used by the professional who will work with wildlife in the future (or who already works today).
The target audience for this course are students of veterinary medicine, biological sciences and zootechnics, but graduates and professionals who work directly with fauna are welcome, not necessarily with the aforementioned professions.
CLASS 1: Course presentation, objectives and overview of taxonomy and anatomical vocabulary
Module I: Mammals
LESSON 2: Overview of taxonomy, anatomy and physiology of mammals.
CLASS 3: Anatomy and Physiology of the Order Carnivora: Canidae and Felidae
CLASS 4: Anatomy and Physiology of the Order Carnivora: Ursidae, Proscionidae, Hyenidae, Mustelidae and more
CLASS 5: Anatomy and Physiology of Pinnipeds and Cetaceans
CLASS 6: Anatomy and Physiology of the Order Artiodactyla: Bovidae, Cervidae and Giraffidae
CLASS 7: Anatomy and Physiology of the Order Artiodactyla: Camelidae, Suidae, Hippopotamidae and more
CLASS 8: Anatomy and Physiology of the Order Perissodactyla and Paenungulata
CLASS 9: Anatomy and Physiology of the Order Rodentia, Lagomorpha, Eulipothyphla and Soricomorpha
CLASS 10: Anatomy and Physiology of the Primate and Chiroptera Order
CLASS 11: Anatomy and Physiology of the Order Xenarthra, Tubulidentata, Pholidota and Monotremata
CLASS 12: Assessment of Module I
Module II: Birds
LESSON 13: Overview of taxonomy, anatomy and physiology of birds
CLASS 14: Anatomy and Physiology of Ratites, Galliformes and Tinamiformes
CLASS 15: Anatomy and Physiology of Piciformes and Psittaciformes
CLASS 16: Anatomy and Physiology of Raptors
CLASS 17: Anatomy and Physiology of Anseriformes, Phoenicopteriformes, Ciconiiformes, Gruiformes and Pelecaniformes
CLASS 18: Anatomy and Physiology of Passeriformes, Columbiformes, Apodiformes and Caprimulgiformes
CLASS 19: Anatomy and Physiology of Spheniciformes and other birds
CLASS 20: Assessment of Module II
Module III: Reptiles, Amphibians, Fish and Invertebrates
LESSON 21: Overview of taxonomy, anatomy and physiology of reptiles and amphibians
CLASS 22: Anatomy and Physiology of Cheonians and Crocodilians
CLASS 23: Anatomy and Physiology of the Order Squamata and Rhyncocephallia
CLASS 24: Anatomy and Physiology of Amphibians: Anura, Caudata and Apoda
LESSON 25: Overview of fish taxonomy, anatomy and physiology
LESSON 26: Overview of taxonomy, anatomy and physiology of arthropods: Insecta
LESSON 27: Overview of taxonomy, anatomy and physiology of arthropods: Arachnida, Crustacea and Millipeda
LESSON 28: Overview of taxonomy, anatomy and physiology of molluscs
LESSON 29: Overview of taxonomy, anatomy and physiology of echinoderms and cnidarians
CLASS 30: Assessment of Module III
IMPORTANT: The issuance of the certificate will ONLY be carried out for students who complete a score equal to or greater than 60% in the average between the three assessments and have computed attendance of more than 75% of the classes. The student who enrolls in the course, AGREES to these terms of issuance of the certificate of completion.
Iago Junqueira, born in São Paulo, is a veterinarian graduated from the Federal University of Lavras (UFLA), was a resident in Clinic and Surgery of Wild Animals at Fundação Parque Zoológico de São Paulo and is a professor and coordinator of Amazília Cursos._cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ He currently works as a professor at higher education institutions and at IES Educa. Its professional objective is to work with conservation medicine directly and indirectly through the training and continuing education of new professionals in the area.