2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin

BIO 356 Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory

3 hours 

The course will provide students with a hands-on exploration of the structure and physiology of the human body by using various dissecting models, sheep organs, microscope slides, and preserved rats. There will also be exploration of human physiology and physiological experiments on, and dissection of, live frogs. The course will begin with a discussion on the ethics of live dissections and the use of animals in scientific and medical research. The course will then continue with an introduction to anatomy and its various branches. The course will connect anatomical structure to physiological function and then to pathophysiology of special topics including pregnancy, injury, aging, and disease states.




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