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NPB 101: Systemic Physiology NPB 101: Systemic Physiology Instructors : Marty Usrey, [email protected] Will DeBello, [email protected] Office Hours : TBA TA : Kristyn Ringgold, [email protected] Required Text : Human Physiology: From Cells to Systems (7 th ed.) by L. Sherwood Course Material : Some course material is available on the web (https://smartsite.ucdavis.edu )
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Midterm I: Mon, January 25 Midterm II: Fri, February 12 Midterm III: Mon, March 8 Final Exam: Fri, March 19 (10:30 am) Course is graded on a class performance curve Best 2 of 3 (total 60%) Mandatory (40%) Examinations : Grades :
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NPB 101: Systemic Physiology NPB 101: Systemic Physiology Topics Covered : Usrey DeBello DeBello - Cellular Physiology - Neurophysiology - Muscle Physiology - Cardiovascular Physiology - Respiratory Physiology - Renal Physiology - Gastrointestinal Physiology - Metabolism - Endocrine Physiology - Reproductive Physiology
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Lecture 1: Principles of Systemic Physiology Lecture 1: Principles of Systemic Physiology Reading: Chapter 1 (Sherwood)
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Levels of Organization : 1) Cell 2) Tissue 3) Organ 4) Organ System 5) Organism
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Levels of Organization: Cell (Figure 2-1) Functions: obtain nutrients and oxygen metabolism synthesis exchange of materials intracellular transport reproduction
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Tissue (aggregate of cells and extracellular material) 4 primary types: Muscle (contraction) - skeletal - cardiac - smooth
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Tissue (aggregate of cells and extracellular material) 4 primary types: Nervous (signals) - central - peripheral
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Tissue (aggregate of cells and extracellular material) 4 primary types: Epithelial (exchange) - epithelial sheets(form boundaries) - glands (secretion) - exocrine (external secretion) - endocrine (internal secretion)
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Tissue (aggregate of cells and extracellular material) 4 primary types: Connective (structural support) - tendons - bones - blood
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