Course Description: Physiology of humans.
Course Objectives: This course examines the fundamentals of mammalian physiology in humans.
Prerequisites: One semester of biology (BZCC 101 or BZCC 110 or LSCC 102) and one semester of chemistry (C CC 103 or C CC 107 or C CC 111)
Format: 4 credits - 4 hours of lecture per week
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, and Summer
Coordinator: J. Walrond (coordinator), R.A. Bowen, C.W. Miller
Text: Vander's Human Physiology: The Mechanisms of Body Function, 10th ed. (2005), Widmaier, Raff and Strang.
|Week 2:||Cells, tissue, skin|
|Week 3:||Skeletal and endocrine systems|
|Week 4:||Endocrine and nervous systems|
|Week 5:||Nervous system|
|Week 6:||Nervous system|
|Week 7:||Muscle system, cardiovascular|
|Week 9:||Cardiovascular, blood, lymphatics, nonspecific immunity|
|Week 10:||Humoral immunity, cellular immunity, respiratory system|
|Week 11:||Respiratory and urinary systems|
|Week 12:||Urinary system, digestion and metabolism|
|Week 13:||Digestion and metabolism|