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CoursePolicyFall10 - Biology 301-302 Fall 2010 Spring 2011...

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Biology 301-302, Fall 2010 - Spring 2011 Course Information and Grading Policy Staff Lecture: Rupa De Office: Lilly 2-234 Phone: (765) 494-8187 (work); (765) 464-8884 (home) E-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: Tuesday 2:30 – 4:00 pm; Thursday 2:30 – 3:00 pm You can see me at other times by either making an appointment or dropping by. I have an open door policy. Laboratory: Brent Branstetter Office: Lilly 2-305 Phone: (765) 494-8195 (work); (765) 423-5650 (home, before 10 pm) E-mail: [email protected] Course Description Biol 301 Human Design: Anatomy and Physiology Sem 1, Class 2, Lab 1, Credit 3 Prerequisite: One year of college chemistry and Biol 110 or equivalent or consent of instructor. A study of human function, emphasizing physiology of body tissues and systems and include relevant aspects of anatomy and histology. Use of examples from current medical practice encourages application of knowledge to predict symptoms of disease and rationale for treatment. Topics covered include chemistry of living systems, histology of cells and tissues, nerve and muscle physiology, the nervous system, and endocrinology. Biol 302 Human Design: Anatomy and Physiology Sem. 2, Class 2, Lab 1, Credit 3 A continuation of Biol 301. It is recommended that the course be preceded by Biol 301. Topics covered include cardiovascular dynamics, body fluids and renal function, respiration, the gastrointestinal system, exercise physiology and reproduction.
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