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BIO 201 — Human Anatomy & Physiology I

Updated 13 December 2013

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Description: Structure and function of the human body. Topics include cells, tissues, integumentary system, skeletal system, muscular system, and nervous system.

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Lecture Text: Marieb, E.N. & K. Hoehn 2013. Human Anatomy and Physiology, 9th ed. Pearson. (ISBN 978-0-321-74326-8)
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Lecture Schedule
(Fall 2013)

Week of:
Aug 22 —Course Introduction
Aug 27-29 —Introduction to the Human Body1
Sep 3-5 —Introduction to Chemistry2
Sep 10-12 —Cells & Membranes3
Sep 17-19 —Exam 1 — Sep 17
Cellular Functions

Sep 24-26 —Tissues4
Oct 1-3 —The Integumentary System5
Oct 10 —The Skeletal System: Bones & Joints6-8
Oct 17 —Oct 15: Fall Break
Exam 2 — Oct 17
Oct 22-24 —Excitable Tissues3, 9, 11
Oct 29-31 —Muscle Tissue & the Muscular System9-10
Nov 5-7 —Nervous System Overview; The CNS11-12
Nov 12-14 —Exam 3 — Nov 12
The Central Nervous System

Nov 19-21 —The Peripheral Nervous System13
Nov 26-28 —The Autonomic Nervous System
Nov 28: Thanksgiving
Dec 3-5 —The Senses15
Dec 10 —Final Exam: 9:50

* Chapters in Marieb & Hoehn 2014. Human Anatomy & Physiology, 9th ed.

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