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Lecture1 - NPB 101 Systemic Physiology Instructors Will...

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NPB 101: Systemic Physiology NPB 101: Systemic Physiology Instructors : Will DeBello ([email protected]) Craig Warden ([email protected]) Office Hours : TBA TA : Karen Word ([email protected]) Required Text : Human Physiology: From Cells to Systems by L. Sherwood, 7 th edition (4th, 5th, 6th also fine) Lectures : Notes, podcasts and other important materials are available at the course website (smartsite). Examinations : Midterm I: Monday, Jan 30 Midterm II: Friday, Feb 17 Midterm III: Tuesday, Mar 14 Final: Friday, Mar 23 Grades : Course is graded on a class performance curve
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NPB 101: Systemic Physiology NPB 101: Systemic Physiology Topics Covered : Cellular Physiology Neurophysiology Muscle Physiology Cardiovascular Physiology Renal Physiology Respiratory Physiology Gastrointestinal Physiology Energy Balance/Temp Reg Endocrine Physiology Reproductive Physiology Warden DeBello DeBello
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Lecture 1: Principles of Systemic Physiology Reading: Chapter 1 (Sherwood)
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Levels of Organization : 2) Cell 3) Tissue 4) Organ 5) Organ System 6) Organism 1) Chemical/Molecular
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Levels of Organization: Cell Functions :
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Tissue (aggregate of cells and extracellular material) 4 primary types: Muscle (contraction) - skeletal
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Tissue (aggregate of cells and extracellular material) 4 primary types: Muscle (contraction) - skeletal - cardiac
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Tissue (aggregate of cells and extracellular material) 4 primary types: Muscle (contraction) - skeletal - cardiac - smooth Epithelial (exchange) Connective (structural support)
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Tissue (aggregate of cells and extracellular material) 4 primary types: Nervous (signals) - central
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  • Spring '10
  • ETZLER
  • Physiology, primary types, extracellular material, Cellular Physiology Neurophysiology Muscle Physiology Cardiovascular Physiology Renal Physiology Respiratory Physiology Gastrointestinal Physiology

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