IB132_syllabus_010 - IB 132 Human Physiology Lecture...

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IB 132 Human Physiology Lecture Outline Spring 2010 Professors: Steven L. Lehman ( slehman@berkeley.edu ) and Daniela Kaufer (danielak@berkeley.edu) Head GSI: Sean M. Gross (sgross@berkeley.edu) Aim: To Understand Mechanisms of Maintaining Homeostasis of Key Physiological Priorities TOPIC Ch.* Wk. Dates Lecturer 1. Homeostasis and Biological Signals (2) 1 1 1/19, 1/21 SL and Systems SL 2. Cellular homeostasis (4): of chemical composition 2 2 1/26 DK of cell structure and protein function 3 1/28 DK of energy and metabolism 3 3 2/2 SL of signaling within and between cells 4,5 2/4 DK 3. Signaling, homeostasis and control in the whole human (5): Neural signaling and the nervous system 6,8 4 2/9 DK Sensors and signals 7 2/11 SL Motor control 9,10 2/16 SL Mind, sleep. memory 8 5 2/18 SL MIDTERM 1 2/23 Endocrine / Hormonal control systems 11 6 2/25 DK 4. Control of Blood Pressure (2) 12 7 3/2, SL (Cardiovascular Physiology) 3/4 SL 5. Control of O2 and CO2 (2) 13 8 3/9 SL (Respiratory Physiology) 3/11 SL 6. Control of body water and ion composition (2) 14 9 3/16 SL (Renal Physiology) 3/18 SL SPRING BREAK 3/22-3/26 MIDTERM 2 10 3/30 7. Control of blood glucose, energy balance 15,16 10,11 4/1, 4/6 SL (metabolism) and metabolism (Endocrine & Metab. Sys.) (5) 13 11,12 4/8, 4/13 DL (stress) 8. Homeostasis of the genome: Reproduction (2) 17 12,13 4/15, 4/20 DK 9. Homeostasis of the self (2) 18 13,14 4/22, 4/27 DK (Immune System Physiology) Last Class 4/29 DK,SL FINAL EXAM 5/13 7-10PM
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Course objective: Understanding mechanisms by which key physiological priorities are maintained in health humans. From a basis in elementary theories of information and control, we develop an understanding of
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