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Unformatted text preview: 1 Welcome to Anatomy and Physiology 2 BSCI202 Dr. OBrien Email: tammatha@umd.edu Office location: 3118 Plant Sciences Building Office hours: Thursday 9:30-10:30am About me Sasha! Sonja! Introduction and expectations Review the syllabus Discuss what is meant by the terms Anatomy and Physiology Broad review of background material Goals for Today 2 This and other course material is posted on BlackBoard There are 2 BB sites for this course, one for lecture material and one for lab material All grades are posted on the lab BB site www.elms.umd.edu The Syllabus Syllabus (Available on Blackboard) www.elms.umd.edu Syllabus (Available on Blackboard) www.elms.umd.edu 2 This and other course material is posted on BlackBoard There are 2 BB sites for this course, one for lecture material and one for lab material All grades are posted on the lab BB site www.elms.umd.edu The Syllabus Syllabus (Available on Blackboard) www.elms.umd.edu Syllabus (Available on Blackboard) www.elms.umd.edu 3 Syllabus (Available on Blackboard) www.elms.umd.edu Syllabus (Available on Blackboard) www.elms.umd.edu There is NO curve in this class 4 A-F, no curves Lecture and lab attendance are required To earn an A in this course, you will need to attend all lectures I will only write letters of recommendation for students who attend lectures and participate-see BB tab for more details Grading What you should review from BSCI201 Chapters 1-4 of your text Orientation of the human body (ch 1) Basic chemistry (ch 2) Cell structures and cellular organelles (ch 3) Tissue types and tissue structures (ch 3) Body membranes (ch 4) The nervous system : neurons, neurotransmitters, and action potentials, neuromuscular junction The endocrine system : hormones and endocrine glands Muscles : both the physiology and anatomy Anatomy and Physiology...
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2012 for the course BSCI 202 taught by Professor Opoku during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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