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TEXAS A&M INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY Summer Session II 2011 COURSE: Anatomy and Physiology II 40064 BIOL 402 - 401 Lecture Time 10:30am to 12:30pm Room Kinesiology Wellness Rec Ctr 129 Laboratory 40065 BIOL 2002 – 4L1 Time 8:00am to 10:20am Room LBVSC 188 40084 BIOL 2002 – 4L2 Time 13:00 to 15:20 Room LBVSC 188 Instructor: Fernando G. Quintana, Ph.D. Office: LBVSC: 311 Telephone: 326 2589 E-mail [email protected] Office hours: MTWR 4:00pm to 5:00pm Laboratory Instructor Oscar Ramos, M.Sc. Office: LBVSC: 184 Telephone 326 2584 E-mail [email protected] Office hours: By appointment Course description: BIOL 2402 Anatomy and Physiology II. Four semester hours A continuation of BIOL 2401 that includes endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. Other topics include metabolism, acid-base balance, development, and heredity. Prerequisite: Consult your departmental advisor or obtain instructor’s permission. Carries no credit for biology majors. Lecture/Laboratory. Lab fee: $30.00. Texas A&M International University, Catalog 2006-2008, page 268. Learning outcomes: Upon completion of the course students will be able to: I. Endocrine System 1. Describe the Anatomy and physiology of the endocrine system 2. Describe the anatomy and functions of the hypothalamus and pituitary gland 3. Describe the anatomy and function of the thyroid and parathyroid glands 4. Describe the anatomy and function of the adrenal glands 5. Discuss the function of the hormones of the intestines, kidneys, heart, thymus, gonads, and adipose tissue, and describe their function. II. Cardiovascular System 1. Discuss the characteristics of blood, including plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets 2. Discuss the heart and its function, including its anatomy, heartbeat cycle, and blood pressure
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3. Discuss the anatomy and function of the blood vessels, including cardiovascular physiology and regulation, the pulmonary circuit, the systemic circuit, and fetal circulation. III. Lymphatic System 1. Describe the Anatomy of the lymphatic system 2. Describe the physiology of the lymphatic system IV. Respiratory System 1. Describe the anatomy and function of the respiratory system V. Digestive System 1. Describe the anatomy of the digestive system 2. Describe the function of the digestive system a. Discuss the process of digestion of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins b. Discuss the process of absorption of carbohydrate nutrients, lipid nutrients and protein nutrients. VI. Metabolism 1. Discuss the processes of glycolysis and mitochondrial ATP production 2. Discuss the processes of lipid metabolism 3. Discuss the processes of protein metabolism 4. Discuss thermoregulation VII. Urinary System 1. Describe the anatomy of the urinary system 2. Discuss the function of the kidneys VIII. Electrolyte and acid-base balance 1. Describe the fluid and electrolyte balance 2. Describe the acid-base balance
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