L1_NPB_101

L1_NPB_101 - HUMANSYSTEMICPHYSIOLOGY NPB101Spring2008...

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Unformatted text preview: HUMANSYSTEMICPHYSIOLOGY NPB101Spring2008 CRN55883 MTWRF4:105:00PM 123SciencesLectureHall Instructors Dr.CharlesFuller Office280HBriggs Email:cafuller@ucdavis.edu Officehours:MW5:106:00PM(duringlectureweeks),byAppt.; 197BriggsHall Office191Briggs Email:jmgoldberg@ucdavis.edu Officehours:ToBeAnnounced(duringlectureweeks),byAppt.; 197Briggs Office2334AcademicSurge Email:trjohnston@ucdavis.edu Officehours:MT3:104:00PM,byAppt.; 2061SLB Dr.JackGoldberg TA:ThomasJohnston RequiredTextbook HumanPhysiology:fromCellstoSystems Author,publisher:Sherwood,Thomson/Brooks/Cole 6thedi]on,2007 Readingassignmentswillconsistofrequired& recommendedreadings. Copiesofthetextbookandaddi]onalreadingmaterial(if any)areon2hourreserveinShieldsLibrary. Requiredreadingsaredifferentbecauseexamques]onsmaybe generateddirectlyfromrequiredreadings,whetherornotthe materialwaspresentedinlecture. Recommendedreadingsencompassmaterialrelevantto lectures,but(unlesscoveredinclass)willnotbecoveredby examques]ons. PDFs...MP3s...andCOURSEWEBSITE Lectureswillbepresentedaspowerpointslides.PDFsoftheseslideswillbe postedontheSmartSite@UCDaviswebsite(hdps://smartsite.ucdavis.edu). WewilltrytopodcastalllecturesandpostMP3filesoftheseonthe SmartSite@UCDaviswebsite. Announcements,supplementalslides,topicaloutlines,readings,etc.willalsobe madeavailableontheSmartSite@UCDaviswebsite. SmartSite@UCDavisoffersseveralcapabili]esthatwillnotbeac]velyu]lized. Forexample,Instructorswillnotbeac]veChatRoompar]cipants. YouwillneedtocheckSmartSite@UCDavisregularly. WedonotrecommendrelyingontheserecordingsinlieuofaWendingandtakingnotes duringlecture. PleaseemailInstructorsviacampusemailaddressesabove,ratherthanviathe SmartSite@UCDaviswebsite. Ifyoudonotadendlectures,itremainsyourresponsibilitytoobtainall informa]onpresentedinclassandonthecoursewebsite,including announcements,detailsaboutexams,andreadingassignments. CourseSchedule Introduc]on(1lecture) Neurophysiology(13lectures) MusclePhysiology(3lectures) MIDTERM1 CardiovascularPhysiology(9lectures) RespiratoryPhysiology(5lectures) RenalPhysiology(4lectures) MIDTERM2 Gastrointes]nalPhysiology(4lectures) Endocrinology(5lectures) Reproduc]on(2lectures) FINAL(Comp) EXAMINATIONS Allexamswillbemul]plechoiceandmachine scored. Therewillbe3examstwo50minutemidterm examsanda2hourfinalexam. MidtermI(30ques]ons;100points;coveringlectures 117&RequiredReading):Thursday,April24 MidtermII(30ques]ons;100points;coveringlectures 1835&RequiredReading):Wednesday,May21 FinalExam(60ques]ons;200points;onalllectures 147&RequiredReading):Tuesday,June10at68PM EXAMINATIONS Examques]onswillbederivedfromlectureandrequiredreading. Whileotherinforma]on(e.g.,ClassicalNotesorstudentnotesfromprevious terms)maybeavailabletoyou,ourexamswillbescoredsolelyonthebasisof whatispresentedduringthisquarterinourlecturesandinrequiredreadings. However,pleasebeawarethatthematerialontheseexamsmaynotrepresent theinforma]onpresentedinthiscourseintermsofscope,topicemphasis, ques]ondesignandcurrentinstructorauthorship. SamplemidtermswillbeavailableontheSmartSite@UCDaviswebsite. Thefinalexamwillbecomprehensive. TherewillbeNOearlyexams,NOlateexams,andNOmakeupexams. Noexcep]onswillbeallowed. Allstudentsarerequiredtotakethefinalexam. Ifastudentmissesthefinalexam,an"incomplete"oran"F"grademaybe assigned,dependingonscoresearnedontheotherexams,anddependingon thereasonsanddocumenta]onthatareprovidedtoDr.Fuller. Individualswithdocumentedlearningdisabili]eswhowantextra]meto takeexamsneedtoemailDr.Fuller,andprovidewridendocumenta]onof thedisability,atleastoneweekpriortothefirstmidterm. GRADING Ledergradeswillnotbeassignedtoindividualmidterm scores. Theclassmeanandrangeforeachexamwillbeannounced inclassandontheSmartSite@UCDaviswebsite. Ifyoumissonemidtermforanapprovedreason,your gradewillbebasedontheexamstaken. TherewillbeNOallowancesmadeifyoumissmorethan onemidterm. The"average"gradeinNPB101generallyfallsinthe"C+" range. Missingasecondmidtermforanyreasonwillresultinazero beingrecordedforthescoreonthesecondexam. CORRESPONDENCE Youarewelcometoemailques]onsandcommentstothecourse instructorsandtheTAatany]me. Wewilltrytoansweryourmessagespromptly. Itisnotalwayspossibleforustoprovidelengthyresponsestosomeques]ons youmayhave. Ifyourques]onsrequiredetailedexplana]ons,wewillrecommendthatyou consultwiththeinstructorsorTAduringofficehours. Only"ucdavis.edu"addressescanbeincludedinthislist. Ifyouareaconcurrentstudent,youcanbeaddedtothislistbyemailingDr. Fuller.TheRegistrar'sofficeprovidesinstructorswiththe"ucdavis.edu"email addressesofenrolledstudents. Therewillbeoccasionswhentheinstructorssendmessagestothislist. Itisyourresponsibilitytocheckyouremailregularlyformessages,as thesemayincludeinforma]onpertainingtothecontentoflecturesand exams.Youshouldalsomaintainenoughspaceinyourmailboxtoreceive messages.Messagessenttotheen]reclasswillalsobepostedonthe coursewebsite. Lecture1 OnlineHandouts: Syllabus Lec1Notes(tonight) Introduc]on:Physiology Defini]on Levelsoforganiza]on Principles Homeostasis Regula]on Announcements: None Reading(Recommended): Chapter1 Chapter2 Physiology Whatisit? Func]onalAnatomy Howdoesitwork? Usesphysical&chemicalprinciples Mul]plelevelsoforganiza]on Whendoesitwork? Allthe]me(24/7);varieswith]meofday&season Whyisitimportant? Normalphysiology=Health Abnormalphysiology=Disease Levelsoforganiza]on ChemicalMolecular Cellular(cellisbasicunitoflife) Tissue Organ System Organism Func]onalAnatomy ENVIRONMENT IN OUT PrinciplesofPhysiology Homeostasis Adynamicsteadystateoftheinternal environment Noteverything Regula]on HowweobtainHomeostasis Nega]ve(mostcommon)orPosi]veFeedback Homeostasis Fig.15,pg.10 Homeosta]cControlSystems Nega]vefeedbacksystem Primarytypeofhomeosta]ccontrol Opposesini]alchange Components Sensor Monitorsmagnitudeofacontrolledvariable Controlcenter Comparessensor'sinputwithasetpoint Effector Makesaresponsetoproduceadesiredeffect Homeosta]cControlSystems Posi]vefeedbacksystem Amplifiesanini]alchange Donotoccurasoqenasnega]vefeedbacksystem Example Uterinecontrac]onsbecomeincreasinglystrongerun]l thebirthofthebaby ...
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