Bio 2870 Winter-2014 syllabus - Bio 2870 Anatomy and Physiology Winter-2014 BIOLOGY 2870 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Winter-2014 Welcome to Anatomy and

Bio 2870 Winter-2014 syllabus - Bio 2870 Anatomy and...

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Bio 2870 Anatomy and Physiology Winter-2014 BIOLOGY 2870“ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY”Winter-2014 Welcome to Anatomy and Physiology. In this document you will find all the information you need regarding the course structure, the content of the course, suggestions for study habits, grading policies, exam dates, and other important information. By registering for the class, you agree to all of the policies listed in the syllabus. Therefore, I highly recommend that students read the syllabus in great detail. I will not answer to individual emails if the information is provided in syllabus or posted on blackboard as announcement. I look forward to a fun semester with all of you! Dr. NautiyalINSTRUCTOR INFORMATION:Instructor:Dr Jyoti Nautiyal Office:4109 Biological Sciences Office Hours:12:30pm- 2:30pm Monday (walk-ins and appointments)Email :[email protected](Please include Bio-2870 and your lab section in the subject line) COURSE INFORMATION:Lecture location:Room Gen Lecture 100 Lecture times:Time: 9:35-11:00am; Tuesday and ThursdayCredit Hours:(3 lecture + 2 lab) Prerequisites:Introductory Biology (Bio 1510 ) REQUIRED MATERIALS(ISBN and options for textbook have been posted on BB, two weeks ago)Textbook:Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology,9th ed., by F.H. Martini and J.L. Nath Lab Manual: Laboratory Investigations in Anatomy & Physiology, 2nd ed., (2010), by S.N. Sarikas Course website: Lecture slides, class announcements, exam results, etc., will be posted on the course web site. You may access this site through the WSU Blackboard System at . PowerPoint lectures will be posted under the Lecture documents
Bio 2870 Anatomy and Physiology Winter-2014 link. For a continued topic, I may post 2 lectures at a time (per week). You should print and bring both to each lecture that week. Because of the nature of the course, I may or may not finish a lecture early and begin the following lecture if there is time. It is your responsibility to keep up with the lecture schedule and be aware if changes have been made throughout the term.Course Description:This is an intensivelecture/laboratory course that thoroughly covers the fundamental concepts and principles of human anatomy and physiology. The entire human body will be covered in this 5 credit, 13 week course. The lecture portion of the class (physiology) will primarily focus on the functions of the human body at the cellular, tissue, organ and organ system levels. Since introductory biology (Bio 1510) is a prerequisite, it is assumed that the student has a solid understanding of the atomic, molecular and cellular levels of organization. The laboratory portion of the class (anatomy) will primarily focus on identification of the structures that make up the human body. The majority of the laboratory exercises are model-driven, with a few “wet lab” dissections. Due to the interdependence of structure and function, overlap between lecture and lab is inevitable.

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