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BIOS-2130 - Human Physiology

Study of the functions of the various human and body systems including detailed study of cell structure and function, diffusion and osmosis, chemical reactions in the body, muscle contraction, digestion, metabolism, blood components, nerve impulse propagation, kidney function, respiration (specifically the chloride shift concept), select cardiovascular functions, endocrinology, reproduction, and immunology. Lab complements the material presented in lecture and provides a more "hands on" approach. Lab is concurrent with lecture and is required.
Academic Level
Undergraduate
Subject
BIOS-Bioscience
Department
Academic Transfer
Credits
6
Prerequisites
None
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