F09 Anat 30 Stupy 1002

F09 Anat 30 Stupy 1002 - ANATOMY 30: ESSENTIALS OF ANATOMY...

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1 ANATOMY 30: ESSENTIALS OF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY COURSE OVERVIEW Instructor: Mr. Stupy Fall 2009 Office: NS-112 or LS-130 Lecture Room: LS-109 Voice Mail: (310) 532-3670 x5353 Ticket #: 1002 Recommended Prerequisite: Eligibility for English 1A Units: 4 Office Hours: M/W: 5:00-5:30pm, T/TH: 1:30-2:00pm, 6:40-7:10pm Lecture Textbook: 1. Human Anatomy and Physiology, by Elaine N. Marieb, Eighth Ed., 2010 Laboratory Book: 1. Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Manual, Fetal Pig Version, by Elaine N. Marieb, Ninth Ed., 2009 Lecture and Laboratory Handouts: 1. Anatomy Lecture and Laboratory Handouts, by Mr. Stupy Supplemental Reading: 1. Lab Manual: A Guide to Anatomy and Physiology Lab, Thomas Rust, Second Ed. 2. The A & P Coloring Workbook, A Complete Study Guide,by Elaine N. Marieb Course Description: Anatomy 30 is a one-semester introductory course that includes a systematic coverage of fundamental physical/chemical principles, basic biological concepts, fundamentals of anatomy and physiology and dissection of a fetal pig. This course is designed for non-professional majors and it may meet the anatomy requirements for the two year RN program or other allied health programs. It is an excellent introductory course for Anatomy 32 and Physiology 31, which are designed for the BSN degree or for the Pre-professional biology student. Course Objectives: Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to: 1. List in sequence and briefly describe each of the levels of biological organization. 2. List and briefly describe characteristics of living systems. 3. Define metabolism and homeostasis and give examples of these life processes. 4. Explain how the cell and living systems are dependent on the study of chemistry. 5. List the general characteristics of a typical cell. 6. Explain how a cell reproduces. 7. Explain how enzymes control metabolic processes. 8. Describe the general characteristics and functions of epithelial, connective, nerve, and muscle tissues.
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2 9. Describe the general characteristics and functions of the ten major body organ systems utilizing human models and dissection of sheep hearts, cow eyes and fetal pigs. 10. Apply basic biological knowledge to the solution of typical clinical problems. Student Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: 1. Demonstrate proper microscopic techniques to view and identify cells and tissues that compose body organs, explain characteristics of cells and tissue types that make them suited to organ function. 2.
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