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HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY ANAT 150 SYLLABUS Anatomy and physiology form the foundation for health-related professions, as Geography is to History. This course is not intended to make you an Anatomist-physiologist, but I assure you that your horizon will be expanded to the infinite. You will be aware of how intricate, complex, and marvelous the human body is. This course will organize your curiosity and desire for health- related applicable knowledge. There are different ways to approach the study of Anatomy, but if we include Physiology, the systematic approach is the most effective. COURSE PURPOSE: Human Anatomy and Physiology 150/151 is designed for Biology and non-Biology majors. The course provides both, lecture and laboratory sessions, thus meeting the College’s general education requirement for graduation. This course meets the requirements for transfer to Allied Health programs such as Registered Nursing, Registered Cytotechnology, Registered Respiratory therapy, Surgical Technician, Emergency Medical Care, Physical therapy, Radiation technology, Occupation therapy; recommended in Physician Assistant, Medical Technology and Speech pathology programs, and other Bachelor or Master degrees that require a lower division science with lab sessions. This course is Associate Degree Applicable, and the course credit transfers to both CSU and UC. COURSE DESCRIPTION: A&P 150 is the first of two-semester combined lecture and laboratory activities, emphasizing on the advanced understanding of the structural and functional aspects of the human body. This first unit introduces anatomy, its vocabulary, and briefly overview the systems of the body. Secondly, overview the inorganic as well as the organic elements, which are the basic components of cells and tissues. The third chapter of this unit studies the cell as the functional unit of any living organisms. To end this unit we will study how this cells group and differentiate into specialized tissue. The rest of the course begins the study of the body organized by systems. The anatomy and physiology of the integumentary system, skeletal system & bones, muscular system & muscles, joints, and nervous system are the objectives in this course. The remaining systems are studied in ANAT151. INSTRUCTOR: Corina Escobar-Poni, MD OFFICE: LA 231. OFFICE HOURS: by appointment E-MAIL: [email protected] and [email protected] 1 LLU/OFFICE PHONE: (909) 558-7102 LECTURE LA 224, Tuesday and Thursday, 5:00 - 6:20 PM LABORATORY LA 225, Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30 - 9:20 PM 1 Preferably
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Telephone number and/or e-mail addresses of two classmates: 1. _________________________________ Phone ___________________ E-mail ______________________ 2. __________________________________ Phone ___________________ E-mail ______________________ TEXTBOOKS : Required: 1. Marieb, Elaine N. 1998. 5 th Ed.
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