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COURSE SYLLABUSSemester:SUMMERYear:2016Mission Statement:Richard J. Daley College provides high-quality education, which leads to academic success, careerdevelopment, and personal enrichment that fulfill diverse community needs.Course (Discipline):BIOLOGYNumber:227Section:CGBDIAI#:Course Title:Human Structure & Function IILength of Course (Weeks):8Credit Hours:4Contact Hours:6Meeting Day(s):MTWTimes:8-11:50 AMBuilding:MainClassroom #: 3401Syllabus can be found on Blackboard website atInstructor’s Name:Rowena Misayah, MDE-mail Address: [email protected]Phone #: 773-8387728Office #:3222/Natural Science OfficeBuilding:Main Bldg.Office Hours:See schedule posted outside of officeCourse Description:Continuation of Biology 226.Course Prerequisites:Biology 226, or Consent of Department ChairpersonStudents Course is Expected to Serve:This laboratory course is intended for those contemplating a careers in the health professions.Course Objectives:1.Know the type and function of each type of cell found in the blood.2.Describe the sequence of events involved in blood coagulation.3.Trace the conduction of an impulse through the heart.4.Describe pressure changes, valve actions, and heart sounds that occur during the cardiac cycle.5.Differentiate among diastolic, systolic, pulse and mean arterial pressures and describe the pressoreceptorreflex controlling mean arterial pressure.6.Identify the anatomy of heart.
Course Syllabus -27.Identify the major arteries and veins; trace blood through the pulmonary, systemic, and hepatic portalcirculations.8.Trace the passage of air through the respiratory system and list the events involved in inspiration andexpiration.9.Illustrate external and internal respiration.10. Explain the role of buffers, respirations, and renal excretions in maintaining body pH, and differentiateamong metabolic respiratory forms of acidosis and alkalosis.11. Describe the anatomical components of the digestive tract and summarize carbohydrate, lipid and proteindigestion.12. Identify male and female reproductive organs and describe their functions.13. Describe the events and hormonal control of the ovarian and menstrual cycles.14. Identify the gross and microscopic structures of the kidney and discuss urine formation.Student Learning Outcomes:Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to1.Describe a red blood cell’s intracellular structure.2.Describe its life cycle and physiologic feedback mechanisms that control the cycle, and the physiologyassociated with the function of hemoglobin.3.Identify the five different types of white blood cells, and describe the physiologic function for each cell.4.Determine the clotting sequence associated with blood platelets.5.Diagram the anatomy of the heart, trace the conduction impulse that controls the heart’s contraction.6.Explain the pressure changes, the physiologic purpose of cardiac valves and differentiate the heart soundsassociated with a cardiac cycle.7.Define the diastolic, systolic, pulse and mean arterial pressures and describe the pressoreceptor reflexcontrolling mean arterial pressure.8.Identify the major arteries and veins, trace blood flow through the pulmonary, systemic and hepatic portalcirculations.9.Diagram the anatomy of the respiratory tract, and trace the flow of air during the physiologic eventsinvolved with inspiration and expiration.10. Compare and contrast the physiological difference between external and internal respiration.11. Evaluate the role of buffers, respirations, and renal excretions in maintaining body pH, and explore thephysiological difference associated with metabolic and respiratory acidosis and alkalosis.12. Diagram the anatomy of the digestive tract and discuss the physiology associated with the absorption andmetabolic use of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins.13. Diagram the gross anatomy and microscopic structures of the kidney and describe the physiologyassociated with urine formation.14. Diagram the anatomy of the male and female reproductive organs and the physiological function of each.Required Texts and Course Materials:

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