Physiology Syllabus - Biology 210-3 Part II Physiology...

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Biology 210-3, Part II: Physiology Spring 2009 Instructor: Thomas Bozza, Neurobiology and Physiology Office: Pancoe 2-119 Office Hours: Tuesday 10-12 Text: Human Physiology , Silverthorn, 4 th Edition, 2007 (ISBN 0-8053-6849-3). Lecture Date Topic Readings (pages are inclusive) 1 W 4/29 Physiology: Introduction/Membrane Potential Ch 1: 2-9; Ch 5: 160-166 2 F 5/1 Neurophysiology: Action Potentials Ch 8: 244-268 3 M 5/4 Neurophysiology: Synaptic physiology/CNS Ch 8: 270-278; Ch 9: 292-310 4 W 5/6 Neurophysiology: Sensory physiology Ch 10: 337-340; 343-353; 358-368 5 F 5/8 Neurophysiology: Autonomic/Somatic Motor Ch 11: 377-382; 385-391 6 M 5/11 Muscle physiology Ch 12: 397-409; 421-425; 428- 430 Ch 13: 439-445 7 W 5/13 Cardiovascular physiology Ch 14: 457-486 Th 5/14 Exam 2: Cell Biology Lectures 8-13; Physiology Lectures 1-6 8 F 5/15 Cardiovascular physiology Ch 15: 501-510; 514-519; 521-524 Ch 16: 536-546 9 M 5/18 Respiratory physiology Ch 17: 559-564; 572-576 Ch 18: 588-602 10 W 5/20 Endocrine Physiology Ch 7: 212-230; Ch 23:751-764 11 F 5/22 Renal Physiology Ch 19: 614-631 M 5/25 Memorial Day- No Class 12 W 5/27 Water and salt balance Ch 20: 642-656 13 F 5/29 Digestive physiology/control of glucose Ch 21: 677-679; Ch 22: 728-739 14 M 6/1 Reproductive Endocrinology Ch 26: 822-843; 849-850 Tu 6/9 Exam 3: Physiology Lectures 7-14 The goal of this course is to introduce important concepts in physiology that you will build on in later courses.
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