Medical Sciences | Basic Human Physiology
P215 | 7014 | Ronan

P 215 Basic Human Physiology (5 cr.)  A systemic approach to the
study of human body function.  The course assumes a working knowledge
of the structural components of the body and appropriate
terminology.  Presentation begins with the communication systems of
the body, progressing to coordinated motion and on to
to defense, transport, delivery, and balance of nutrients, water and
electrolytes that comprise essential metabolic activity and maintain
homeostasis.  The laboratory emphasizes application of material
presented during the lecture portion and is a required part of this
course.  Four lecture periods and one, 2-hr laboratory per week.

9:30A-10:45A  TR  MO 007
4:00-5:15P   W  WH 100

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