Lecture 1 - Introduction to physiology Spring 2010

Lecture 1 - Introduction to physiology Spring 2010 -...

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Welcome to Bio 416K Physiology and Functional Anatomy I Instructor: Paul Findell, Ph.D. “Man goes forth to wonder at the heights of mountains, the huge waves of the sea, the broad flow of the rivers, the vast compass of the ocean, the courses of the stars; and they pass by themselves without wondering.” St. Augustine
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Bio416K is a lecture, discussion and laboratory course. Attendance in one discussion and one laboratory session per week is mandatory. Lectures will be presented in PAI 3.02. Labs and discussions will be held in PAI 3.22 or PAI 3.12. Labs and discussions can only be made up during the four days in which they are regularly scheduled. Class Blackboard Site: The course syllabus, lecture materials , practice problem sets exam study guides and practice exams will be posted on the class Blackboard site. You can find the site by going to your courses on your UT Direct page or by going to http://courses.utexas.edu . – 10SP Physiology and Functnl Anat 1 50070 ( 50070 - 50125 ) Computer Lab: ACA 1.124/1.126 Grades: Grades will be posted on eGradebook (not gradebook) and updated weekly
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Bio416K Discussion/Lab Announcements: Bio416K Discussions and labs will commence the first full week of classes, this is the week of January 25th. Discussions and labs are mandatory – Lab material will be covered in lab exams (n=2) Discussion material will be covered in lecture exams (n=4) A lab quiz and lab report will be part of each weeks lab activities. Labs # 2-11 will require a pretest to be completed before each lab.
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Needed for Bio416K: Textbooks: three required – 1) Human Physiology, An Integrated Approach, 5th edition, by Dee Unglaub Silverthorn, 2010 * Recommended – the accompanying Student Workbook to Human Physiology, An Integrated Approach, 5th edition. 2) The BIO416K Laboratory Manual (University Co-op custom publishing) 3) Atlas of the Skeletal Muscles , 2nd edition, by Bowden and Bowden, 2005. Additional supplies: 1) UT Classroom Performance System (CPS) keypad – Gen2 RF clicker 2) Non-alphanumeric calculator
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Exams: There will be four lecture exams during the semester and a comprehensive final exam. A missed exam will be excused only if: 1) the student can provide a verifiable, written medical excuse or there has been a verifiable death in the immediate family, and 2) the student has contacted the instructor prior to the exam. There will be no makeup exams.
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2010 for the course BIO Anatomy taught by Professor Findell during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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