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Lab Manual - Introductory Physiology Laboratory PHGY212...

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Introductory Physiology Laboratory PHGY212 2010-2011 McGill University, Montréal, Québec, Canada
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Design: Image and Data Processing Centre Physiology Department McGill University Physiology Virtual Laboratory : http://www.medicine.mcgill.ca/physio/vlab 2
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Lab schedule: The student registers through Minerva for the lecture component of this course (CRN: 4010) and chooses only one day from the schedule indicated below: Day CRN Time Monday 4012 Tuesday 4013 Wednesday 4014 Thursday 4015 Friday 12535 All laboratories are scheduled from 1:35PM to 4:55PM The class lists will then be finalized and posted on WebCT around the time of the first PHGY 212 lecture according to the schedule below. Note that half of the class will perform their lab session during “week one” and the other half on “week two” (see the detailed schedule in the following pages). The students are expected to submit their group lab reports at the end of the laboratory session (4:55PM). Day Time Tuesday 1:35-4:55PM Wednesday 1:35-4:55PM Thursday 1:35-4:55PM Week one Friday 1:35-4:55PM Monday 1:35-4:55PM Tuesday 1:35-4:55PM Wednesday 1:35-4:55PM Thursday 1:35-4:55PM Week two Friday 1:35-4:55PM Please note: It is the responsibility of the student to study the lab manual before coming to the lecture and laboratory . The student should also look at the virtual lab: http://www.medicine.mcgill.ca/physio/vlab Final exam is during the formal final examination period in December – the date is determined by the University Administration (not the Department). 3
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COURSE OUTLINE 2010-2011 Topic Lecturer Laboratory Pre-Lab Lecture Orientation J. Martinez-Trujillo Sept. 2 Biological Signal Acquisition J. Martinez-Trujillo Sept. 13 – 24 Sept. 9 *** No Labs during the week of September 27 - October 1 *** Resting Membrane Potential M. Glavinovic Oct. 12 – 22 Oct. 7 Compound Action Potential K. Krnjevic Oct. 25 – Nov. 5 Oct. 21 Blood R. Jones Nov. 8 – Nov. 19 Nov. 4 Immunology N. Bernard Nov. 22 – Dec. 3 Nov. 18 Lab sessions: 1:35 - 4:55 p.m. Room 1010, McIntyre Medical Sciences Building Lectures: 5:35 - 6:25 p.m. Room 522, McIntyre Medical Sciences Building 4
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LABORATORY RULES OF CONDUCT The laboratory exercises outlined in this manual were designed to provide a valuable learning experience for all participating students. To allow the greatest benefit to be derived from the activities to be carried out, as well as to promote the essential guidelines for scientific integrity, common sense rules of organizational and ethical behaviour will be strictly enforced: Before the laboratory session: *All students are expected to attend the pre-laboratory sessions on the designated Thursdays (refer to the schedule). *All students are expected to prepare by reading the instructions in the manual, by reviewing the theoretical material taught in class, by using the virtual lab ( http://www.medicine.mcgill.ca/physio/vlab ), by making use of the self tests posted on WebCT, and by thinking about the questions/problems posed. Notes may be prepared, but must not be brought to the lab bench .
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