Human Anatomy and Physiology is a course designed to give the student an understanding of the structure and function of the human body. It can be taken as an Honors course or as a Standard course. I will begin the course by introducing anatomical terminology. We will then review cell structure and function and some basic chemistry before moving on to tissues and the organ systems. The rest of the course will be devoted to covering the organ systems of the human body. Lecture will be supplemented with weekly laboratory during which students will study the human skeleton and models of the heart and other organs. Students will have the opportunity to dissect pig hearts, kidneys, cow eyes and preserved cats. Microscopes will be used to study tissues and organs. I have seven binocular compound microscopes that I will use in the course. The course textbook is Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology by Elaine N. Marieb, 9th edition. The textbook can be purchased through Amazon for less than $20.00. There will also be a lab fee of $15-$20 per semester to cover the cost of dissection materials.

Anatomy and Physiology

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January 9:​ $245

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The course textbook is Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology by Elaine N. Marieb, 9th edition. The textbook can be purchased through Amazon for less than $20.00. There will also be a lab fee of $15-$20 per semester to cover the cost of dissection materials.

COURSE MATERIALS

COURSE MATERIALS

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Total Cost: $620

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August 8:​ $245

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