Bio202TateSyllabus

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1 Course: Anatomy and Physiology (Biology 202 Lecture) Instructor: Dr. Phil Tate Office: Dalby 208 Office Hours MTWRF 11:00-11:50, or anytime you see me Phone: 602-285-7105 Email: phil.tate@pcmail.maricopa.edu Time: Spring, 2007 WEEK DATE LECTURE TOPIC 1 Jan 15 Martin Luther King Day 17 Endocrine System 19 Endocrine System 2 22 Digestive System 24 Digestive System 26 Digestive System 3 29 Digestive System 31 Digestive System Feb 2 Exam 1 4 5 Reproductive System 7 Reproductive System 9 Reproductive System 5 12 Reproductive System 14 Reproductive System 16 Reproductive System 6 19 President's Day 21 Exam 2 23 Endocrine System 7 26 Endocrine System 28 Endocrine System Mar 2 Endocrine System 8 5 Endocrine System 7 Exam 3 9 Hematology 9 12 Spring Break 14 Spring Break 16 Spring Break 10 19 Hematology 21 Hematology 23 Hematology 11 26 Lymphatic System 28 Exam 4 30 Cardiovascular System
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2 12 Apr 2 Cardiovascular System 4 Cardiovascular System 6 Cardiovascular System 13 9 Cardiovascular System 11 Cardiovascular System 13 Cardiovascular System 14 16 Cardiovascular System 18 Exam 5 20 Respiratory System 15 23 Respiratory System 25 Respiratory System 27 Respiratory System 16 30 Urinary System May 2 Urinary System 4 Urinary System 17 7 Exam 6 (9:00 – 10:50 for 9:00 class) 9 Exam 6 (10:00 – 11:50 for 10:00 class) The above schedule is tentative and may be changed if necessary. Cadaver Program 1. The anatomy and physiology program at Phoenix College uses cadaver demonstrations and animal organ dissections as part of the laboratory experience. 2. These activities are a required part of the course. If you feel that you might have difficulties with this aspect of the class, please talk with me immediately (that means today). It may be necessary to enroll you in a different course. Course Materials 1. For the first week of class, you will be provided with all lecture and lab notes. After that, you will need to print your own notes. It is possible to print the notes at the library, but you will have to pay for copying. 2. Go to
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course BI 200 taught by Professor Potter during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.

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