BIO/BIOL 212. Human Anatomy and Physiology-II

A continuation of Biology 211 in which attention is given to the structure and function of biological integrating and control mechanisms and mechanisms for processing, transporting, secreting, and eliminating. Emphasis is given to body maintenance response to external and internal stress. Laboratory exercises cover nervous, endocrine, digestive, circulatory, respiratory and urinary structures and processes in maintaining homeostasis. Three hours lecture/1 laboratory per week.

*This course may not be taken by biology or biochemistry majors for credit toward their major.

Offered: Spring
Credits: 4
Prerequisite: Biology 211 or equivalent.