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npb_101l_syllabus - NPB 101L Winter 2010 Section 8 TA:...

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NPB 101L – Winter 2010 Section 8 TA: Matthew Tryon ( mstryon@ucdavis.edu ) Inst: Dr. Erwin Bautista ( eabautista@ucdavis.edu ) **Anything in this syllabus may supersede the lab manual!** Prerequisites The purpose of this class is to apply the concepts and principles of physiology in a laboratory setting. Therefore it is assumed that you have the background to understand these concepts and that you have previously completed NPB 101. The lecture and lab may not be taken concurrently. Lab Schedule Lab Date Lab Exercise Discussion Report Due January 7 1. Introductory Lab January 12 N/A January 14 2. Properties of Skeletal Muscle January 19 January 28 January 21 3. Human Reflexes January 26 February 4 January 28 4. Human Cardiovascular System February 2 February 11 February 4 5. Properties of the Frog Heart February 9 February 18 February 11 6. Mechanics and Control of Lung Ventilation February 16 February 25 February 18 7. Role of Kidney in Fluid Balance February 23 March 4 February 25 8. Intestinal Motility March 2 March 11 TBA NPB 101L Practical Attendance All labs and discussion sessions are mandatory . Absences will be excused with appropriate and verified documentation. However, there will not be any make-up labs under any circumstances. Please refer to the lab manual for specific details of attendance penalties (preface page vi-vii). In addition, it is to your benefit to be punctual – late
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