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Course Descriptions

BIOL 30100 Human Design: Anatomy and Physiology I

Session Offered:

Fall Credit 3.0

Prerequisites:

BIOL 11000 or 12100 or 13100 or 23000 and CHM 11200 or 11600 or beginning fall 2011 CHM 10901

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 30100 include a review of chemistry and cell biology, membrane transport processes, neurophysiology, muscle contraction, communication at synapses, spinal cord and reflexes, sensory and motor pathways in the nervous system, autonomic nervous system, special senses, and the endocrine system.

Instructor(s):
RUPA DE

E-mail:
rde@purdue.edu

Textbook(s):

Title: BIO 301 & 302 Anatomy and Physiology Lab Manual, 3e Binder Ready Version Purdue
Author: Rupa De Grabowski
ISBN: 9781118991923
Edition: 3rd

Title: Principles of Anatomy and Physiology
Author: Gerard J. Tortora
ISBN: 9781119320654
Edition: 15th 

 

 

Notes:

Evening Exams Required. 



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