BIO102_Summer - Carolinas College of Health Sciences...

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CCHS, General Education, BIO102,Summer 2002 1 Carolinas College of Health Sciences General Education Course Syllabus Course: BIO102 Human Anatomy and Physiology II Instructors: Charlie Dobbins, M.S. Credit Hours: 3 class + 1 lab = 4 semester hours Course Description: A continuation of BIO101. The endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems are included, as well as metabolism and fluid and electrolyte balance. Pre-requisite: BIO101 Required Lecture Text: Seeley, Stephens, Tate (2000). Anatomy and physiology , 5 th edition. McGraw-Hill Required Lab Text: Templin, Jay (1995). Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Manual (3 rd ed.) St.Lois : Mosby Yearbook Inc. STRONGLY Recommended: Rust, T.G. (1986). A guide to anatomy and physiology lab , 2 nd edition. San Antonio: Southwest Educational Enterprises. COURSE EXPECTATIONS/ HOW TO PASS THIS COURSE: 1 . ATTEND lecture . Be on time for both lecture and lab. 2. Be ready to start , i.e., quiet and attentive, at the appointed time. 3. During lecture, I will pause for questions after I have finished explaining a concept or “unit of ideas”. Do ask questions if you have them during these times. 4. Raise your hand and interrupt me if you cannot hear me, if I am going too fast or you cannot see an overhead clearly. 5. Re-read your lecture notes sometime during the same day as the lecture. Look at the relevant pictures while you reread your notes. 6. Study a minimum of 3 hours for every hour spent in class. Pay attention to the pictures. 7. Read over the previous lecture notes before coming to class. It really will help. 8. Study some A & P every weekend. 9. ASK YOUR INSTRUCTOR FOR HELP, when you need it. There are no shortcuts. Work hard.
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CCHS, General Education, BIO102,Summer 2002 2 COURSE OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to: Lecture 1. Describe the physiologic processes that underlie the major organ systems of the body. 2. Identify the anatomical structures that comprise the major organ systems of the body. 3. Explain the homeostatic mechanisms that operate within the body to maintain a state of health. 4. Explain the relationship of cellular physiology to the physiology of organs and organ systems. 5. To gain an appreciation of the interrelatedness of form and function. Lab 1. To identify macroscopically and microscopically, the major endocrine glands and list their respective hormones. To list the actions of these hormones. 2. To identify the cellular components of the blood and describe the function of each blood cell type. 3. To list the normal values for the different types of blood cells and give a likely explanation for any variance from the norm. 4.
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