BIO 213L - Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab1 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lab
A laboratory course which begins the examination of the structure of the human body. Topics include microscopy, anatomical and directional terminology, cellular anatomy, DNA, RNA and protein synthesis, mitosis, histology; skeletal and muscular structure; neuron, peripheral and central nervous system structure; cranial and spinal reflexes; eye and ear anatomy. The course consists of exercises designed to analyze data and observations and to examine anatomical structures and relationships at both the microscopic and macroscopic levels. Physiological modeling and computer assisted instruction will be used to emphasize topics covered in the associated lecture.
Usually offered Fall, Spring and Summer semesters
Pre-Requisites: AAC 042. NOTE: A strong background in general or human biology is recommended before attempting this course. Students lacking the background should take BIO 109, General Biology I or BIO 117, Human Biology, before attempting Human Anatomy & Physiology.
Co-Requisites: BIO 213
General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for Natural Sciences (NS)
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