Course Descriptions

BIOL 30200 Human Design: Anatomy and Physiology II

Session Offered:

Spring Credit 3.0

Prerequisites:

 Undergraduate level BIOL 30100 Minimum grade of C- and (undergradulate level BIOL 11000 Minimum grade of D or Undergraduate level BIOL 12100 Minimum grade of D or undergraduate level BIOL 13100 Minimum grade of D or Unergraduate level BIOL 23200 Minimum Grade of D) and undergraduate level CHM 11200 Minimum grade of D or undergraduate level CHM 11600 minimum grade of D or undergraduate level CHM 13600 Minimum grade of D or undergraduate level CHM 11000 minimum grade of D or undergraduate level CHM 12400 minimum grade of D or undergraduate level CHM 12600 minimum grade of D or undergraduate level CHM 10901 Minimum grade of D or undergradeuate level CHM 1290 minimum grade of D

Description:

BIOL 30100/30200 is a two-semester study of human structure and function that emphasizes physiology of body tissues and systems and includes relevant aspects of anatomy and histology.  Examples from pathophysiology encourage application of knowledge to predict symptoms of disease and rationale for treatment.  Topics covered in BIOL 30200 include:  composition of the blood and hemostasis, cardiovascular system, respiration (ventilation, gas exchange, gas transport in the blood, regulation of breathing), homeostasis of body fluids and renal function, acid-base balance, digestion and absorption of food, energy balance and nutrition, metabolism and thermoregulation, exercise physiology, and reproduction.

Note:  All lectures are available as podcast files at Boiler cast, and the lecture audio files are also available on the course web site.   A help session is held every Thursday night at 6.30pm.

Instructor(s):

Rupa De


E-mail:
rde@purdue.edu

Textbook(s):

 

Text:  Principles of Anatomy and Physiology
Year/Edition: 2011/13th
ISBN Number: 978047056510
Author(s): Tortora and Derrickson
Publisher: Wiley & Sons

Lab Manual:  Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab Manual
Year/Edition:  2009/2010
ISBN Number: 9780470889572 (lab manual only)
Author(s):  Sandra Grabowski
Publisher:  Wiley & Sons

Grading:

Straight-scale grading is employed: >90% = A, 80-89% = B, 70-79% = C, 60-69% = D,



Course Format:

For this offering of BIOL 30200 you must enroll in one of the following schedule types:  Lec, Lab. 

CRN

Sec

Type

Day

Time

Location

12196

001

LEC

TR

1:30-2:20pm

LILY 1105

12197

002

LAB

T

7:30-9:20am

LILY B402

12198

003

LAB

T

9:30-11:20am

LILY B402

12199

004

LAB

T

11:30-1:20pm

LILY B402

12200

005

LAB

T

3:30-5:20pm

LILY B402

12201

006

LAB

W

7:30-9:20am

LILY B402

12202

007

LAB

W

9:30-11:20am

LILY B402

12203

008

LAB

W

11:30-1:20pm

LILY B402

12204

009

LAB

W

1:30-3:20pm

LILY B402

12205

010

LAB

W

3:30-5:20pm

LILY B402

12206

012

LAB

TH

9:30-11:20am

LILY B402

12207

013

LAB

TH

11:30-1:20pm

LILY B402

12208

014

LAB

TH

3:30-5:20pm

LILY B402

12209

015

LAB

F

7:30-9:20am

LILY B402

12210

016

LAB

F

9:30-11:20am

LILY B402



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