BIO272, Myers Fall 2015 - Anatomy and Physiology II 161 BIO...

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Anatomy and Physiology II161 BIO 272.601Fall 2015Class Location and Time:Monday and Wednesday 5:00pm – 6:15pm SCI 217Wednesday 6:30pm – 9:15pm SCI 108Instructor:Dr. John E. MyersWCC E-mail:[email protected]Phone number: 630-742-6488Office Hours:By AppointmentTo ensure priority, please make an appointment.Please email and we will work out a time tomeet before class on the Sugar Grove campus.Required course materials:Lab Manual:Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manualwith PAL 3.0 & HIVMarieb & Mitchell11thEditionTextbook:Human Anatomy & Physiologyw/MAST RG Study Guide and AtlasMarieb & Hoehn9thEditionOptional Resources:Netter’s Anatomy Flash Cards (Box) (there is an app, too)Hansen3rdEdition, Anatomy Coloring Book Kapit3rdEditionSupplies:Gloves (Keep these in your bag or car.)Course Description:This continuation of BIO270 includes study of the following body systems: endocrine,cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive. The study of nutrition,metabolism and fluid-electrolyte, acid-base balance is incorporated with appropriate organ systems. Laboratorywork utilizes models, microscopes and human cadavers.Prereq: C or better in BIO270Course Objectives:Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:1.Explain the relationship between nervous and endocrine control systems that is represented by the connection between thehypothalamus and pituitary gland.2.Identify each of the endocrine glands, the specific cells responsible for the secretion of a particular hormone, and describeits effect upon target cells.3.Identify and describe the major gross and microscopic anatomical components of the cardiovascular system and explaintheir functional roles in transport.4.Name and describe the gross and microscopic anatomical components of the lymphatic system and explain theirfunctional roles in fluid dynamics and immunity.5.Identify the structures and cellular components that comprise the immune system, and describe the various roles andinteractions between cellular components.6.Recognize and describe the major gross and microscopic anatomical components of the respiratory system and explaintheir functional roles in breathing/ventilation and in the process of external and internal respiration.

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