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College of Arts and Sciences Department of Biological Sciences Oakland University Summer II 2019 SYLLABUS BIO 2600 Human Physiology, 4 Credits Instructor: Tom Fishwild E-mail: [email protected] Office: 152A Dodge Hall Office Phone: 248-370-3567 Class Time: T&W 8:30-11:50 AM Office Hours: Wed. 12:30-1:30 PM and by Class Location: 104 MSC appointment CRN: 33340 Course Description: A detailed study of general physiological principles and mechanisms with emphasis on systemic physiology. Normal physiology of individual organ systems will be explored, with stress on the role each plays in the human homeostatic balance. Course Prerequisite: BIO 1200 Required Text: HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY 15 th Edition, by Stuart Ira Fox, McGraw-Hill Required for Class: An Iclicker remote or an Iclicker Cloud account is required. Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: 1. Describe the fundamental mechanisms underlying maintenance of homeostasis and normal functions of cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems of the human body 2. Interpret graphs and other illustrations of anatomical and physiological data 3. Identify major anatomical structures and their relation to physiology of the nervous, muscular, cardiovascular, lymphatic, urinary, digestive, respiratory, and endocrine systems 4. Explain physiological mechanisms by applying principles of physics and chemistry, including metabolic reactions and the role of enzymes in cellular processes 5. Apply knowledge of physiological and homeostatic mechanisms to solve real-world problems, including healthy lifestyle decisions and pathophysiology underlying common diseases Class Schedule and Topical Outlines: The class schedule below, indicates class dates, exam dates, specific topical material to be covered, reading, and lab due dates. The instructor reserves the right to make minor adjustments to this schedule. Tentative Topics Chapter Date Introduction 1 July 1 Review chemicals, cell 2-5 not covered structure, enzymes, and in lecture cell respiration Cells and extracellular 6 July 1 environment Neurons and synapses 7 July 3 Central nervous system 8 July 3 & 8 Autonomic nervous system 9 July 8 Exam 1 July 10
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Sensory physiology 10 July 15 Muscle function 12 July 15 & 17 Blood, heart, circulation 13 July 17 & 22 Cardiac output and pressure 14 July 22 Exam 2 July 24 Immune system 15 July 29 Respiratory physiology 16 July 29 & 31 Kidney physiology 17 July 31 & Aug. 5 Exam 3 Aug. 7 Digestive System 18 Aug. 7 Endocrine glands and 11 Aug. 12 hormones Metabolism 19 Aug. 12 & 14 Reproduction 20 Aug. 14 Exam 4 (Final Exam) 8:00 – 11:00 AM Monday August 19 An Iclicker remote or smartphone account is required for this class. Register for iclicker Cloud, not Classic.
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