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BIOL 2404 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Laboratory
Textbook: Allen, C. and V. Harper. Laboratory manual for Anatomy and Physiology. 2th Edition.
Lab Coordinator: Dr. Christopher M. Ritzi, Rm 216, Tel. 837-8420 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teaching Assistant: Amanda Gutierrez, Rm 214, Tel. 837-8715 Email: email@example.com
Office hours: To Be Announced
Victoria Mancha, Rm 214, Tel. 837-8715 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office hours: To be Announced
Coordinator Office Hours: Office Hours: M W 9-10:30, T 2-5 in Rm 216 or by appt.
Webpage: http://bbsrsu.sulross.edu & http://faculty.sulross.edu /critzi/
Lab room: Rm 109, Warnock Science Building
Lab Times: Section 001 Tuesday 3:00-5:00 pm, Section 002 Tuesday 7:00-9:00 pm
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the importance of the human body and its various organ systems. This is designed as the first semester of a two semester course, and will cover basic internal life processes, as well as emphasizing the skeletal, muscular, nervous, and endocrine systems. This laboratory will focus on hands-on learning, combining laboratory and microscopic techniques with classical dissection.
There are a total of 180 points possible, which will count for 25% of your overall grade for the course. Your grade will be determined by you performance on:
2 lab practicals (100 total points)
8 Quizzes (80 total points)
Lab Practical 1 (Microscope/Tissues - The Cell, Anatomy and Division) (40 points)
Lab Practical 2 (Structure of Bone - Articulations and Biomechanics) (60 points)
We will have 11 quizzes (10 pts. each) during the semester. The lowest 3 quiz scores will be dropped for your final grade. Each quiz will cover material presented in the previous lab. Quizzes will focus on the identification of structures and understanding of conceptual material.
As per SRSU policy, students shall be dropped from the class with an F if they miss 20% (3 labs) over the course of the semester. If you are unable to attend lecture, please notify me by either e-mail, phone, or in person so that you will not be unnecessarily dropped from the course. Also, this course will involve dissection in the later half of the term. As such, please dress accordingly and avoid unnecessary problems (dangling hair, contact lens, formal wear, etc.)
Lecture courtesy: The general rules of classroom etiquette are below.
1) Please do not talk to others in class while the instructor is lecturing. If you have a question, ASK THE INSTRUCTOR!
2) No food or drink in the lab. During dissection, it could get messy
3) If you are gong to attend class, please do so. Leaving and returning to class repeatedly is disruptive, as well as showing up after half the period is over.
4) Please turn cell phones and pagers to silent while in class. They are disruptive to the entire class, and distract others as well.
Students with disabilities will be provided reasonable accommodations. If you would like to request such accommodations because of physical, mental, or learning disability, please contact the ADA Coordinator for Program Accessibility at 837-8203, FH 112.
Tentative Laboratory Outline
Date Lecture topic Exercises
Aug 30 Anatomical Position / Microscope / Tissues 1, 3, 6
Sept 6 Enzymes Handout
Sept 13 The Cell: Transport Mechanisms 5
Sept 20 The Cell: Anatomy and Division 4
Sept 27 Practical Exam I
Oct 4 Overview of the Skeleton 8 + Handout
Oct 11 Axial Skeleton 9
Oct 18 Appendicular Skeleton 10
Oct 25 Brain & Cranial Nerves 16-21 in part
Nov 1 General Senses/ Olfaction & Taste 22-23
Nov 8 Muscles I 12 + Handout
Nov 15 Muscles II Handout
Nov 22 No Lab – Happy T- Day!
Nov 29 Articulations and Body Movements 11
Dec 6 Practical Exam II
Note – This outline is subject to change for reasons of course interest, time constraint, or instructor whim. The exams will be administered on the dates given, unless material relevant for a given exam has not been covered. Under such cases, an exam may be moved a class period or two to aid in the clarity and understanding of the material.
Lab Handouts and Supplements
Introduction, microscope, and tissue slides & handout
Membrane Transport Slides
Cell Mitosis Slides
Bone Markings PowerPoint and handout
Axial Skeleton and handout
Appendicular Skeleton Slides and handout
Brain and Cranial Nerves and handout + Virtual Sheep Brain Dissection
Muscles I and Handout
Muscles II and Handout
Human Muscle Quiz and Cat Muscle Quiz
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