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i BIOLOGY 416L Physiology & Functional Anatomy II LABORATORY Manual Spring 2009 In addition to this manual, you will need to purchase a non-alphanumeric calculator (cannot enter words) © 2000 Dee U. Silverthorn
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ii BIO 416L: Physiology & Functional Anatomy Laboratory Spring 2009 Lab sections and teaching assistants : Labs in PAI 3.22 TA's name _____________________________________________________________________ TA's office: _____________ TA's phone: _________________ Office hours __________________ Lab Schedule: Lab Dates Topic Pages 1 26-29 Jan Cardiovascular Anatomy 1-15 2 02-05 Feb Heart Sounds, Electrocardiogram, and Blood Pressure 16 -35 3 09-12 Feb Cardiovascular Reflexes 36-41 4 16-19 Feb Respiratory Anatomy and Spirometry 42-55 5 23-26 Feb Hematology and Oxygen Transport 56-71 6 02-05 Mar Exercise Physiology and Fitness 72-84 09-12 Mar In-Lab Practical and Midterm 7 23-26 Mar Renal Anatomy and Urinalysis 85-100 8 30 Mar-02 Apr Acid Base 101-107 9 06-09 Apr GI Anatomy and Digestion 108-114 10 13-16 Apr Metabolism 115-120 11 20-23 Apr Reproduction 121-130 27-30 Apr In-Lab Practical and Final
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iii COURSE OBJECTIVES FOR BIOLOGY 416L 1. Experience firsthand the physiological principles and phenomena studied in lecture. 2. Learn basic anatomy of the cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, digestive and reproductive systems. 3. Learn how to present data in tables, charts, and graphs. 4. Gain experience with computers as they are used in a laboratory setting to collect, store, and analyze data. 5. Gain an appreciation for variability in the physiology of a population of humans. 6. Learn how to gather reliable information using web-based resources. COURSE INFORMATION Lab Director : Dr. Jan Machart. PAI 3.10D. 471-6985. [email protected] Lab Prep: Dr. David Arnold. PAI 3.22A. 471-9954. [email protected] Lab manual (required): Published by the Department. Available at the Co-op. Grading: the laboratory component is 25% of your grade in BIO 416L. Weekly quizzes 10% of total course grade Lab Write-ups 6% Lab Midterm & Final 7% Lab attendance & performance 2% Attendance : Roll will be taken. If you are ill, you should inform your TA immediately and should attend another lab section that week. You may do this only once during the semester. There will be no make-up labs.
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