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Sheet1 Page 1 NPB 101 (5 Units) Fall 2008 Systemic Physiology Professors: W. Jeffrey Weidner, PhD (Instructor-in- Charge) 195 Briggs Hall (752-3208) wjweidner@ucdavis.edu Teaching Assistant: Thomas Johnston -2334 Academic Surge (752-2163) trjohnston@ucdavis.edu Course Web Site: Accessible through MyUCDavis Text: Human Physiology: From Cells to Systems (6th Ed.) Lauralee Sherwood, Brooks/Cole 2007. Content: Introduction 1 lecture (WJW) Neurophysiology 13 lectures (JCW) Skeletal Muscle 3 lectures (WJW) Cardiovascular Physiology 8 lectures (WJW) Respiration 3 lectures (WJW) Renal Physiology 5 lectures (WJW) Endocrinology 6 lectures (JCW) Reproduction 3 lectures (JCW) Gastrointestinal Physiology 4 lectures (WJW) Exams: Midterm I - Monday, Oct. 20 (100 points) Neurophysiology and Skeletal
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Unformatted text preview: Muscle physiology (Including required reading). physiology (Including required reading). Final Exam - Thursday, Dec.11, 8:00 - 10:00am (200 points) Comprehensive. (Including all required reading). All exams will be objective and machine scored. No early exams, late exams, or make-up exams will be given. If you miss a midterm, your grade will be based on the exams taken. Failure to take the final exam will result in either an Incomplete or an F, depending on the circumstance (see p. 76 of the 2008 -10 UCD General Catalog for rules governing the I grade). 1 John C. Wingfield, PhD. 294 Briggs Hall (752 h 4679) jcwingfield@ucdavis.edu Midterm II h Monday, Nov. 17 (100 points) cardiovascular, respiratory, and renal...
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