3401 syllabus for Fall 2011

3401 syllabus for Fall 2011 - Animal Histology ZOOL 3401...

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Animal Histology ZOOL 3401 Fall 2011 Dr. Carr ANIMAL HISTOLOGY: ZOOL 3401 Tuesday/Thursday 9:30-10:50 Rm 023 Professor: Dr. James A. Carr james.carr@ttu.edu http://www.faculty.biol.ttu.edu/carr/ZOOL3401.HTML Office: 02C Office Hours: T, TH 11-12 or by appointment . Teaching Assistant : Bo Zhang; Wenjie Li Textbook : Basic Histology (12 th ed), L. Carlos Junqueira, Jose Carneiro Lab Manual : Di Fiore’s Atlas of Histology with Functional Correlations (11 th ed.). Eroshenko, E. Lab exercises and reading via course website. Supplies : A laboratory notebook Course Description and Purpose: The study of the four basic tissue types and the organs and organ systems that they form. This course serves an introductory course recommended for students of pathology, medical sciences, and biomedical sciences. Expected Learning Outcomes and Methods for Assessing Expected Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: 1. Describe basic techniques for tissue preservation, preparation, and staining of tissues for microscopy. Assessment: laboratory and lecture exams . 2. Describe the basic components and function of light and electron microscopy. Assessment: laboratory and lecture exams . 3. Become familiar with histology terminology. Assessment: lecture exams and quizzes . 4. Describe the structure and function relationships of an animal cell and its organelles. Assessment: lecture exams
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