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Unformatted text preview: Biology 252L: Fundamentals of Human Anatomy and Physiology Summer 2008 Section 402, Section 404 Room: Wilson 212, Wilson 113 TA: Gina Trevino Contact information Office: Michael Hooker Research Center, Room 1113 Lab phone: (919) 966-3332 (Whalen Lab) Email: gtrevino@unc.edu Office hours: There are no formal office hours due to security in my building. Appointments can be made via email (recommended) or phone Required text Human Anatomy Lab manual, bundled with your textbook at the bookstore. Course Pack: BIOPAC Student Lab V. 3.0.3 (also available at the bookstore). Course description The BIOL 252 lab presents anatomy using a combination of models and preserved specimens. Dissection is kept to a minimum for reasons of time. Most wet-labs will utilize specimens that will be reused in other lab sections so students will not generally be actively involved in dissection but will be required to find the structures. The physiology section is taught using the BIOPAC study tool and requires using the BIOPAC software that will be installed in your laptop. You will be required to complete the physiology exercises during lab and turn in the lab reports the next week of lab. You are will be required to complete the physiology exercises during lab and turn in the lab reports the next week of lab....
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This note was uploaded on 05/24/2008 for the course BIOL 252 taught by Professor Johnson during the Summer '07 term at UNC.

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