ZOO 4125 syllabus

ZOO 4125 syllabus - INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY ZOO 4125 /ZOO...

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INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY ZOO 4125 /ZOO 5125 Course Syllabus – Fall 2010 Credit hours: 4 Prerequisite “C” grade or above in Zoo/Kin 3115 Human Systems Physiology (or equivalent); or P1 standing Course Coordinator Dr. Margaret Flanigan Instructor: Dr. Margaret Flanigan (Skinner), Professor Donal Skinner, Professor Michael Dillon Office : Dr. Flanigan: Bioscience Building 305A Professor Skinner: Bioscience Building Room 316B Professor Dillon: Bioscience Building Room 408 Phone/E-mail : Dr. Flanigan: 766-5589 /mjf@uwyo.edu Professor Skinner: 766-4922 / dcs@uwyo.edu Professor Dillon: 766-5631 / michael.dillon@uwyo.edu Email Policy Email should be used to set up an appointment with the instructor, or to contact the instructor in the event of an emergency. Emails will be answered within 24 hours, if at all possible. Quick questions pertaining to course material may be posed. However, questions that require a lengthy answer, or complaints and/or concerns about the course/exams, etc, must be addressed in person during Office Hours. Questions pertaining to course content should be addressed to the instructor who teaches the relevant material. Please note that emails should be written in a polite manner, using formal
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English. Unless otherwise invited, instructors should be addressed by their official titles (i.e. Dr. or Professor). Please do not address your instructors by their last names. Office Hours : Dr. Flanigan: By appointment and “weekly walk-in” sessions. Dr. Skinner: By appointment Dr. Dillon: By appointment Lecture Text: See page 2 Course Hours Lectures: Monday/Wednesday/Friday: CR 129, 12:00-12:50pm Labs and Tutorials: See attached Laboratory and Tutorial Schedules. Teaching Assistants : To be announced Course Description: This course expands on the physiological principles founded in Human Systems Physiology 3115. Its main objective is to establish the concept that physiology is not simply a set of individual biological components and functions, but that systems work together as an integrated unit to maintain health and well-being. Examples will be taken from a variety of mammalian species. Please be aware that we will expect you to transfer and apply knowledge of the basic principles of physiology established in Human Systems Physiology 3115 (please see your “Need to Know List” in the Laboratory Manual; those topics will not be re-taught.) Please note that a brief Assessment test will be given to evaluate students’ current knowledge. This test is obligatory and will be worth up to 3% Extra Credit.
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Course Objectives: Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to: - describe the physiology of sensory perception; - describe some higher CNS functions such as language, memory and sleep; - describe the principles and applications of endocrinology;
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ZOO 4125 syllabus - INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY ZOO 4125 /ZOO...

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