Bio 2870 Fall 2011 syllabus

Bio 2870 Fall 2011 syllabus - Bio 2870 FALL 2011...

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Bio 2870 FALL 2011 BIOLOGY 2870 “ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY” FALL -2011 INSTRUCTOR  INFORMATION: Instructor: Dr  Jyoti Nautiyal Office: 4109 Biological Sciences Office Hours: 11:00-12:30pm Wednesday and 12:00-1:30pm Thursday Email  :   [email protected]  (Please include Bio-2870 in the subject line) COURSE INFORMATION: Lecture location :   Room 100 General Lectures  Lecture times :   Time: 9:35-11:00 am; Tuesday and Thursday Credit Hours: (3 lecture + 2 lab) Prerequisites: Introductory Biology (Bio 1510 ) REQUIRED MATERIALS Textbook: Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology ,                                               9th ed., by F.H. Martini and J.L. Nath Lab Manual   Laboratory Investigations in Anatomy & Physiology ,                                                              2nd ed., (2010), by S.N. Sarikas                                              Course website : Lecture slides class announcements, exam results, etc., will be posted on the  course   web   site.     You   may   access   this   site   through   the   WSU   Blackboard   System   at  . PowerPoint lectures will be posted under the content link.  For a  continued topic, I may post 2 lectures at a time (per week).  You should print and bring both to  each lecture that week.  Because of the nature of the course, I may or may not finish a lecture  early and begin the following lecture if there is time.  It is your responsibility to keep up with the  lecture schedule and be aware if changes have been made throughout the term. I do not intend  on recording any lectures for 1 st  mid-term and may consider recording subsequent lectures only if  class performance on 1st mid-term is satisfactory.     Getting lectures recorded is entirely the  
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Bio 2870 FALL 2011 instructor’s discretion and not based on University  policy or students’ demands.    Make sure you  don’t depend too much on this privilege/facility. Course Description: This is an   intensive   lecture/laboratory course that thoroughly covers the fundamental  concepts and principles of human anatomy and physiology.   The entire human body will be  covered in this 5 credit, 13 week course.   The lecture portion of the class (physiology) will  primarily focus on the functions of the human body at the cellular, tissue, organ and organ  system levels.   Since introductory biology (Bio 1510) is a prerequisite,  it is assumed that the   student has a solid understanding of the atomic, molecular and cellular levels of organization
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