Medical Sciences | Basic Human Physiology
P215 | 9637 | Ronan

(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 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.  9:3010:45 TR  RH 100   4:005:15P W   WH 100

Examinations will be given at 3:30-4:45p on Fridays during
semester.  Dates to be announced.  No student may register for P215
who has another Friday class from 3:30-4:45p.  Above section
requires special fee.    Several lab sections.  Check Schedule of
Classes through OneStart.