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BI232 Human Anatomy & Physiology II

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Continues the study of the nervous system, including brain, cranial nerves, and autonomic nervous system. Introduces the endocrine, cardiovascular and immune systems. Includes lecture discussions complemented by laboratories involving microscopy, animal dissection, physiological exercises and computer based exercises. This is the second course in a three-course sequence. Prerequisite: BI 231. Audit available. (For detailed information, see the Course Content and Outcome Guide.)

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Credits:
4.00
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21296SE Remote


From March 29 through June 12, 2021
Textbooks for CRN 21296
Instructor: Andrew D Gibbs
Tuition: credit Fees: $0
Notes: CRN includes both the lecture and the lab

Course details: CRN 21296

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Technology:

This course continues with Anatomy and Physiology - The Unity of Form and Function by James Saladin. The 9th eddition only. Use of McGraw Connect is required. Your earlier subscription should still be valid. A laptop or computer and a smartphone are also required. You can try without, but you will not be successful. I am sorry about that. A printer is recomended. Handwritten work is required for several assignments, so actual paper is required as well.

Instructor comments:

 This course is Asynchronous. That means I record lectures alone in my room, and you watch them alone in  yours. I am however available to my students via text and voicemail all week long. I have office hours each week, and I can schedule tutoring or other meeting times when needed by students.

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