BIO120 Section NF - 2018 Spring Term
BIO120: Anatomy and Physiology II - 4 Hours
This course is a continuation of BIO110, designed to introduce the student to the examination of the structure and function of body parts. Included is an in-depth study of the blood, cardiovascular system, lymphatic system, digestive system, respiratory system, urinary tract, and reproductive systems. Associated subjects such as immunity, nutrition, water and electrolyte balance, genetics, pregnancy, growth and development will be discussed. The etiology of disease, common childhood diseases, genetic and developmental disorders, and the effects of aging on the body are covered topics. Students requiring a laboratory course must also take BIO121 Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory II in the same quarter.
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|Connect 2 Semester Access Card for Hole's Human Anatomy & Physiology, 14th Ed.||Shier/Butler/Lewis||1259616371||$195.00||Yes|
2017 Winter Term (November 13th, 2017–February 18th, 2018)
|BIO120: Anatomy and Physiology II||DF||Lee-Bond, Sharon||503||M 8:15am–11:45am;
Number of classes: 1