Physiology & Molecular Biology of Animals, PCB 4723C
Dr. H. B. Lillywhite, Instructor
Department of Biology
Dr. Alice Harmon, Chair
220 Bartram Hall, 392-1175
GENERAL CLASS INFORMATION
From the UF undergraduate catalog:
Discussion of the processes and mechanisms of maintenance, activity, and
integration in animals, with emphasis on vertebrates.
Laboratory experience in quantitative methods and techniques
of physiological investigation.
General biology (BSC 2011), general chemistry (CHM 2046 or 2047),
and general physics (either PHY 2048 or PHY 2053 or PHY 2060), all with minimum grades of C.
biochemistry are recommended, but not a strict requirement. 5 Credits.
Dr. Harvey B. Lillywhite
(Lectures from 1:55 to 3:50 PM, Tuesdays and Thursdays, McCarty A, room 186)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; voice phone: 392-1101
Office hours: Monday, 1000-1200 AM, room 122 Bartram (
or by appointment
(Further information will be announced at the first laboratory meeting.)
Required Course Materials
C.D. Moyes & P.M. Schulte,
Principles of Animal Physiology
Edition, 2008, Pearson/Benjamin
Cummings (available at university book stores).
The instructor will maintain a website that you can visit periodically (from your computer) to find various items of
information that are not included in this syllabus.
These include exam information, practice problems, and postings
of lecture notes.
The URL is: http://www.biology.ufl.edu/courses/pcb4723/2010fall/Lillywhite
Click on the
appropriate links which are identified by title at this website.
possible in the class, distributed as follows:
Lecture portion of class
2 midterms @ 200 points each (including final) = 400 points
1 final exam @ 200 points = 200 points
Total points for lecture
Laboratory portion of class
300 points to be distributed as announced by laboratory staff
Total points for laboratory