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NPB114Sylss11 - Extrinsic and Intrinsic Nervous System 3)...

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Course : NPB 114 Gastrointestinal Physiology Summer Session I, 2011 Tues./Thur. 8:00 am -10:30 am 55 Roessler Instructor : Erwin Bautista, Ph.D. eabautista@ucdavis.edu Office : 1015 Science Lab Building Office Hours : By Appointment Suggested Textbook : Gastrointestinal Physiology , 7th Ed. Leonard R. Johnson (editor). Mosby, Inc. St. Louis, Missouri (2006). Description and Objectives : The purpose of NPB 114 is to present the anatomy, function and regulation of the gastrointestinal (GI) system. Comparative GI physiology and pathologies of the GI system will also be covered. Tentative Schedule : Selected Topics : 1) June 21 Introduction, Overview of GI System Smooth Muscle Morphology, Rhythmic Activity 2) June 23
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Unformatted text preview: Extrinsic and Intrinsic Nervous System 3) June 28 Neuronal Regulation, GI Endocrinology 4) June 30 The mouth, pharynx, swallowing The Stomach 5) July 5 Gastric Morphology Gastric Motility 6) July 7 Midterm 1 (8:00-9:00 am) Gastric Emptying Exocrine Glands of the GI System 7) July 12 The Liver and Pancreas The Small Intestine 8) July 14 Absorption Processes 9) July 19 Midterm 2 (8:00-9:00 am) Absorption Bariatric Surgery and Weight Loss 10) July 21 The Large Intestine, Fecal Formation Bowel Movements 11) July 26 Energy Balance, Obesity. 12) July 28 Midterm 3 (1:30 -2:30 pm.) Each exam is worth 1/3 rd of your total grade. Each exam contains 30-38 questions. No late, early or makeup exams will be given ....
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