3 Compare and contrast the strategies used by various organisms mammals other

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3. Compare and contrast the strategies used by various organisms ( mammals, other vertebrates, invertebrates ) to meet these basic challenges across levels of biological organization ( cellular, tissue, organ, organ system) in several organ systems ( neural, musculoskeletal, cardiac, respiratory, digestive, immune, renal, reproductive) . 4. Synthesize and evaluate information surrounding the regulation of physiological systems in written and graphical form. GENERAL INFORMATION Course Director: Dr. William Collins [email protected] Courses Instructors: Dr. Erin Vasudevan [email protected] Dr. Robert Watson [email protected] Course Administrators: Ms. Diane Pauciullo: Exam Grades, Excused Absences [email protected] G108 CMM/BLL, (631) 632-8171 Ms. Lynette Giordano: Course Registration [email protected] G110 CMM/BLL, (631) 632-8530 Course Blackboard Site: The BIO 203 Blackboard site can be accessed at blackboard.stonybrook.edu. Students are expected to check Blackboard every day. Important materials such as announcements, lecture slides/handouts, exam answers, and grades will be posted exclusively on the site.
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BIO 203 – Cellular and Organ Physiology Fall 2019 Section 01 Page 4 Textbook: Human Physiology (Dee Unglaub Silverthorn 8e, 2018), Custom Edition for Stony Brook University, State University of New York, Pearson Custom Publishing, bundled with interActive PHYSIOLOGY CD, 10-System Suite, Benjamin Cummings, San Francisco. Option #1: Loose leaf version of Human Physiology text by Silverthorn 8e packaged with on-line access to both the e-text version of Silverthorn 8e and the Interactive Physiology software (ISBN: 9780134704210). (Purchased through the university bookstore) Option #2: On-line access to the e-text version of Silverthorn 8e and the Interactive Physiology software only. Both registration with Pearson Mastering A&P () and an access code are required to access online textbook-related resources. An access code is included in Option #1 or may be purchased directly from Pearson when registering. Registration instructions are provided on the BIO 203 Blackboard site Student Response Pad: Student response pads (clickers) will be used in lecture. The clicker is the Turning Technologies ResponseCard NXT, for sale at the Turning Technologies online store ( ). To receive clicker participation credit, your clicker must be enrolled in this course through the BIO203 Blackboard site: under “Tools”, click on “TurningPoint Registration Tool ” and follow the instructions. There is no registration fee. Additional clicker information is provided on the Blackboard site under “Course Information”. The Student Support Desk provides assistance with clicker registration (see TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE on page 8 of this document for more information.) COURSE EXAMINATIONS, ACTIVITIES AND GRADES Three Midterm Exams (90% of Final Grade Average) Exam 1: 28% of Final Grade Average Exam 2: 28% of Final Grade Average Exam 3: 34% of Final Grade Average
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