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Introductory_Information[1] - ANA 300Y1 Introductory Course...

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1 ANA 300Y1 Introductory Course Information 2008 - 2009 ANA 300Y is a survey course of Human Gross Anatomy and Neuroanatomy and related cell and tissue biology (Histology). Lectures are held Mondays and Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. and on Fridays from 10 a.m. to noon. All lectures will take place in the McLeod Auditorium (MSB 2158). In addition to the lecture component of the course, students must also complete a practical (laboratory) component consisting of 14 units that complement the lectures. These labs are designed for independent study and can be scheduled by the individual student. The laboratory is a secure area (MSB 2170) and can normally be accessed only by magnetic card key. Students will need to purchase a card key for $10.00 (not refundable). Teaching Assistants will be available at regularly scheduled times for extra help with the lab material. The final mark in ANA 300Y is based on the outcome of a total of 6 assessments based on lectures and laboratories. The examinations are not cumulative. In each term there are two multiple choice tests (a to e type) and a practical examination. The practical examination is a ‘bell ringer’- style exam covering the relevant Gross Anatomy, Neuroanatomy, and Histology of the term. TEXTBOOKS AND OTHER RESOURCES This course does not follow any single textbook of Anatomy. Lecture notes and laboratory notes can be downloaded from the course website through the U of T PORTAL. However, you may also find it useful to purchase a textbook of systemic Anatomy and a textbook of Histology to use for reference. Some suggested texts are listed below. 1. A text of Systemic Anatomy such as … Clinical Anatomy by Systems, by R. Snell. Lippincott Williams and Wilkins Human Anatomy, by F. Martini, M. Timmons and R. Tallitsch. Prentice Hall. Principles of Human Anatomy, by G. Tortora. John Wiley and Sons. Human Anatomy, by E. Marieb, J. Mallatt and P. Wilhelm. Pearson, Benjamin Cummings.
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2 2. A text of Histology such as … Color Textbook of Histology, by L. Gartner and J. Hiatt. W.B. Saunders Co.
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