Human Physiology-Anatomy 1 (BIOL 321)
First of two semesters of a comprehensive, integrated course in anatomy-physiology developing logical correlations between structures and their functions with emphasis on the molecular and cellular basis of organ system structure and function. Topics: cell physiology; control mechanisms; nervous, muscle, and endocrine systems. Laboratories include cadavers in anatomical studies and animal experimentation demonstrating physiological principles. Designed for students in science baccalaureate degree programs. This course meets General Education requirements: Scientific Understanding. Pre-Requisites: BIOL 122 & CHEM 122 with a grade of C- or better. Typically Offered Fall, Summer
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