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Please note: You will be limited if you expect to complete all course activities on a smartphone or tablet. It will not be possible to access, complete, and submit all the course assignment files, blackboard- based assignments, or video recordings on all such devices. Please make sure to have computer access. STUDENT TECHNOLOGY SERVICES The BIO203 instructors are not available to answer all technical questions you may have. It may also take them a while to respond to your technology-related questions. The fastest and most effective way to get answers to questions or to resolve technical issues you may have is to contact the TLT Student Support Desk. Please contact the Support Desk before emailing the course instructors about technology issues. Student Support Consultants who work for the TLT Support Desk are
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BIO 203 – Cellular and Organ Physiology Fall 2019 Section 01 Page 9 available to offer support in person at the all of the SINC sites, via email at [email protected] , via phone at 631-632-9602, or through a live chat feature. If a consultant is unable to help with a problem, they will create and submit a trouble ticket which will be forwarded to the appropriate DoIT staff member for review. To access the live chat feature, and for more information on the services available through the TLT Student Support Desk, visit The Student Support Desk can help you with: Your SBU email account Your Google Apps for Education account Accessing the course Blackboard Site Registering your clicker Accessing lecture recordings Submitting assignments Viewing grades and rubrics RECOMMENDED READINGS Lecture 1: Basic Principles Silverthorn 8e: Chapters 1-3, 6 (pp. 181-190) Lectures 2-3: Body Temperature & Temperature Regulation Silverthorn 8e: Chapters 4 (pp. 92-110), 22 (pp. 692-707 & 719-724) Lectures 4-5: Water and Ion Balance Silverthorn 8e: Chapter 5 (pp. 121-151) Lecture 6: ElectrochemicalEquilibria Silverthorn 8e: Chapter 5 interActive PHYSIOLOGY: Fluids and Electrolytes - Introduction to Body Fluids , Nervous I - Membrane Potential Lecture 7: Membrane Potentials Silverthorn 8e: Chapters 5 (pp. 152-163), 8 (pp. 233-249) interActive PHYSIOLOGY: Nervous I – Membrane Potential, Action Potential Lecture 8: Cell Signaling Silverthorn 8e: Chapters 6, 8 (pp.250-265) interActive PHYSIOLOGY: Nervous II, - Synaptic Transmission Lecture 9: Muscle (Skeletal) Silverthorn 8e: Chapter 12 interActive PHYSIOLOGY: Muscular - Anatomyreview, NeuromuscularJunction, Sliding Filament Theory Lecture 10: Motor Control Silverthorn 8e: Chapter 13 interActive PHYSIOLOGY: Muscular - Contraction of Motor Units, Contraction of Whole Muscle Lectures 11-12: Cardiovascular System Silverthorn 8e: Chapters 14, 15 interActive PHYSIOLOGY: Cardiovascular - AnatomyReview - Intrinsic Conduction System, Cardiac Action Potential, Cardiac Cycle, Cardiac Output Lecture 13-14: Nervous System Silverthorn 8e: Chapters 8 (pp. 223-233), 9, 11 interActive PHYSIOLOGY:Nervous System I, II Lecture 15: Endocrine Systems Silverthorn 8e: Chapter 7
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  • Spring '19
  • JohnCabot
  • Organ physiology

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