BIO 203 Schedule and Policies 2011 Final(2)

BIO 203 Schedule and Policies 2011 Final(2) - SYLLABUS BIO...

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S YLLABUS BIO 203 F UNDAMENTALS OF B IOLOGY : C ELLULAR AND O RGAN P HYSIOLOGY J OHN B. C ABOT AND W ILLIAM F. C OLLINS , III N EUROBIOLOGY B EHAVIOR C OLLEGE OF A RTS AND S CIENCES S TONY B ROOK U NIVERSITY S PRING 2011
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BIO 203 – Syllabus Spring 2011 Page 2 COURSE DESCRIPTION BIO 203-E Fundamentals of Biology: Cellular and Organ Physiology The fundamentals of cell and organ physiology in mammalian and non-mammalian organisms are introduced. The structure and function of cell membranes, the physiology of cell to cell signaling, cellular respiration and homeostasis of organs and organisms are examined with an emphasis on the comparative physiology of vertebrates and invertebrates. Prerequisite: Level 3 or higher on the mathematics placement examination or BME 100 Pre- or Co-requisites: CHE 123 or 129 or 131 or 141; MAT 125 or higher or AMS 151 3 credits GENERAL INFORMATION Faculty: Stony Brook Course Director: Dr. John Cabot john.cabot@stonybrook.edu Lecturer: Dr. William Collins wcollins@notes.cc.sunysb.edu Staff: Course administrators: Ms. Lynette Giordano lynette.giordano@stonybrook.edu CMM/BLL Rm G04, (631) 632-8543 Ms. Diane Pauciullo diane.pauciullo@stonybrook.edu CMM/BLL Rm G05, (631) 632-8171 Books: 1. Human Physiology (Dee Unglaub Silverthorn, 2009), Custom Edition for Stony Brook University, State University of New York, Pearson Custom Publishing, bundled with InterActive PHYSIOLOGY CD, 10-System Suite, Benjamin Cummings, San Francisco. 2. Principles of Animal Physiology (Christopher D. Moyes and Patricia M. Schulte, 2008), Custom Edition for Stony Brook University, State University of New York, Pearson Custom Publishing, Benjamin Cummings, San Francisco. Student Response Pad: Student response pads will be used in Prof. Collins’ lectures. Each student must purchase a Student Response Pad (eInstruction) and bring the pad to lecture . The CPS Pulse is the current response pad model and is available for purchase from the University Bookstore (inquire at the register). The older second generation CPS RF response pad may also be used. Note, after acquiring a student response pad, you must register the unit with eInstruction and enroll the response pad in BIO 203. See the BIO 203 Blackboard site (under Course Information) for detailed instructions.
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BIO 203 – Syllabus Spring 2011 Page 3 MEETING SCHEDULE Section 01: TuTh 9:50 - 11:10 AM, Javits 100 Section 02: TuTh 5:20 - 6:40 PM, Javits 100 # Date Instr. Lecture 1 1-Feb Collins Overview & Introduction: Homeostasis 2 3-Feb Collins Physiological Ecology 3 8-Feb Collins Body Temperature 4 10-Feb Collins Temperature Regulation 5 15-Feb Collins Water and Ion Balance 6 17-Feb Collins Water and Ion Balance: Regulatory Organs 7 22-Feb Cabot Electrochemical Equilibria 8 24-Feb Cabot Membrane Potentials 28-Feb Evening Exam 1 (Lectures 1-8) (8:30-10:00 PM) 1-Mar No class 9 3-Mar Cabot Cell Signaling 10 8-Mar Cabot Introduction to Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems 11 10-Mar Cabot Excitation-Contraction Coupling: Skeletal Muscle
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