HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

BIO 120, 120L -- SPRING 2008

Dr. Paul H. Yancey

Sci 300 - x5498

Office Hrs: M 11; TuTh9;

or Arranged

people.whitman.edu/~yancey/hap.html

Tentative Schedule

 

DATE

LECTURE/Discussion = 10M 11WF

Exam

Reading, Ethics

LAB = 1-4 Wed**

Jan.        14

16

            18

1. Introduction; Regulatory Principles; Bioethics

2. Regulatory Principles

3. Evolution

 

 

TEXT Chap 1 and

            pp 78-81

Equipment; Bioethics

Jan.        23

            25

4. Biological Hierarchy--Atoms and Molecules

5.    "                "                       "

 

 

Chap. 22

Chap. 2

Feedback; Cells,Tissues;

Organs--Fetal Pig (1)

Jan.         28

30

Feb.           1

6. Biological Hierarchy--Organelles and Cells

7. "                   "                       "

8. Biological Hierarchy--Tissues; Basic Organs

 

 

 

Chaps. 3, 21

 

Chap. 4

 

Organs--Fetal Pig (2)

 

Feb.           4

6

8

9. Homeostasis example: Skin and Thermoregulation

10. Bioethics discussion

EXAM I

Chap. 4

Bioethics reading

 

Thermoregulation

 

Feb.      11

             13

15

11. INTEGRATION/Coordination: Nervous System

12.          "                     "                       "

13.          "                     "                       "

 

 

Chap. 13

 

 

Nerves -- Basic

 

Feb.     20

            22

14. INTEGRATION/Coordination: Integration

15.          "                     "                       "

 

Chap. 13

Nerves -- Integration

Feb.      25

27

             29

16. INTEGRATION/ Coordination: Integration

17. INTEGRATION/ Coordination: Senses

18.          "                     "               "

 

 

 

 

Chap. 14

 

 

Senses

Mar.         3

              5

             7

19. INTEGRATION/ Coordination: Endocrine

20. Bioethics discussion

EXAM II

Chap. 15;

Bioethics reading

 

Hormones

 

Mar.    8-23

SPRING BREAK

 

 

 

Mar.    24

  26

28

21. SUPPORT: Skeleton

22. MOVEMENT: Muscles

23.     "             "

 

 

 

Chaps. 11, 12

 

 

 

Skeleton; Muscles

 

Mar.      31

Apr.         2

              4

24. MAINTENANCE: Blood, Circulation

25. MAINTENANCE: Circulation

26.      "                                   "                       

 

 

 

Chaps. 5, 6

 

 

 

Circulation

 

Apr.      7

             9

             11

27. VIDEO [Gone to Amer. Soc. Physiology meeting]

28. MAINTENANCE: Respiration

29. Bioethics discussion

 

 

Bioethics reading

Chap. 9

 

Respiration

Bioethics discussion

Apr.      14

16

18

EXAM III

30. MAINTENANCE: Excretion

31. MAINTENANCE: Immunity

Chap. 10

Chap. 7

 

Excretion; Immune

Apr.      21

23

25

32. MAINTENANCE: Immunity

33. MAINTENANCE: Digestion

34. MAINTENANCE: Nutrition

 

 

 

Chap. 8

 

Metabolism, Digestion

Apr.      28

30

May          2   

35. MAINTENANCE: Energy Balance/Weight control

36. REPRODUCTION

37.        "                      

 

 

 

 

Chap. 16

 

Reproduction

 

May         5

38. Bioethics discussion

 

Bioethics reading

----

May          9

 

FINAL EXAM:  9:00-11:59am

 

 

Semi-comprehensive (details later)

 

 

 

 

*TEXT = Mader, Human Biology McGraw Hill 2008 (10th ed); there will also be many HANDOUTS on current findings

**LAB MANUAL written by Prof. Yancey to be handed out in lab; you will be charged a small fee for this on your account.

 

OVERˆ

 

GRADING:  will be based on 500 total points, as follows:

      EXAM I                              --  80 points (16%)

      EXAM II                             --  80 points (16%)

      EXAM III                            --  70 points (15%)

      DISCUSSION                      --  30 points (  6%)

      FINAL EXAM                      --100 points (20%)--exam partly comprehensive; details later

      LAB REPORTS                    --135 points (27%)                                                                                                

 

GRADE SCALE:  Unless an exam results in an unexpectedly low average, grading will be:

A=90-100%;     B=80-89.9%;         C=70-79.9%;                D=60-69.9%;          F<60%

With Plus/Minus cutoffs at 93, 87, 83, 77, 73, 67, 63%

  

From WebsterÕs New World Dictionary, 1974:

Anatomy [Greek, ana-, up, and temnien, to cut] . . . the structure of an organism or body or a model of it as dissected.

Physiology [Greek, physis, nature, and logia, word or thought] . . . the functions and vital processes, collectively (of an organism or organ or system of organs).

 


BIOETHICS--Possible topics:

Human Experiments, Treatments: Informed Consent

Confidentiality

Human Experiments: Fetal

Medical Marijuana

Euthanasia

Reproductive Technology

Rationing Health Care Resources; Organ Transplants

Animal Experiments

Genetic Engineering /Therapy

Genetic Screening

Cloning