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SYLLABUS Biology 319, Integrated Human Anatomy and Physiology I Fall 2010 Tuesday, Thursday, 12:45-2:00 (sections 501-508) BSBE 115 Tuesday, Thursday, 3:55-5:10 (sections 509-517) HELD 100 INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Bill Cohn Old State Chemistry Building Room 101A Office hours: by appointment between 8 -5 MWF. Other specific times during business hours to be determined. 458-4119, [email protected] WEB SITE: elearning WebCT COURSE STRUCTURE : BIOL 319 provides an integrated approach to cellular, skeletal, muscular, neural and sensory anatomy and physiology, including histology, histopathology, radiology, and clinical correlations. There will be two lectures per week and one lab per week. Prerequisites: BIOL 111 or its equivalent are strongly recommended REQUIRED MATERIALS : 1. TEXTBOOK: Human Anatomy & Physiology (8th Edition) by Elaine N. Marieb and Katja Hoehn, Benjamin Cummings Publishing. Reading assignments will be posted on the website with each lecture. 2. LAB BOOK: Biology 319/320 Integrated Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Manual, Second Edition, Department of Biology Texas A&M University. Hayden McNeil Publishing, Copywright Lathi Taylor, by Richard Alan Jones, William Bret Cohn, and Tyler Wright. 3. LECTURE NOTES: Available for downloading from course website. 4. FOUR SCANTRONS (8.5 X 11 gray scantron form). Available from the Copy Center, Reed McDonald. 5. DISSECTION KIT / SAFETY GOGGLES (more about where to get these as the semester progresses) 6. DISPOSABLE GLOVES.
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