BIOL 670-01
Course Schedule ***
Syllabus

Week 1 Topic                                                Readings                               Lab                                     
M 1/12                                    Introduction
The Cell and General Physiology
Guyton 1-4
 
Worksheet
 
W 1/14 Introduction to PhysioEX
  PhysioEX Cell transport mechanisms and permeability
Week 2      
*M 1/19 MLK No Lecture
W  1/21 Membrane and and Action Potentials Guyton 5
Online Notes
Online Lectures
Worksheet
Lecture in lab
       
Week 3    
M 1/26 Neuromuscular Transmission
Smooth and Skeletal Muscle Contraction
Guyton 6,7
Online Notes
online notes#2
Online Lectures
Worksheet
 
W 1/28
2 Student lab presentation
  PhysioEx  Neurophysiology of nerve impulses
and PhysioEx  Skeletal muscle physiology
Check under "assignments"
Take the assessment entitled
This is an open book assessment with no time limit.
Week 4      
M 2/2 The Heart and Electrocardiogram Guyton 8-10
Online Notes
Online Notes 2
Online Lectures
Worksheet

animation
 
W 2/4 EXAM 1 CH 1-7   Exam 1  in lab
Week 5      
M 2/9 Circulation
Capillary Dynamics
Guyton 11-12
Online Notes
Online Lectures
Worksheet (very long)

 
W 2/11


2 Student lab presentations

  PhysioEX Cardiovascular physiology and Cardiovascular dynamics
Check under "assignments"
Take the assessment entitled
This is an open book assessment with no time limit.
Week 6
M 2/16 The Lymphatic System
2 Student presentations
Guyton 13 ,24, 25
Online Notes
Animations from UMD
(watch both about the lymphatic system)
See worksheet for week 5
 
W 2/18

2 Student lab presentations

  Blood analysis and Seorlogical testing
Check under "assignments"
Take the assessment entitled
This is an open book assessment with no time limit.
Week 7      
M 2/23 Renal Physiology Guyton 20-21
Online Notes
Online Lectures
Worksheet
 
W 2/25 EXAM II CH 11-18
  Exam 2 in lab
Week 8      
M 3/2 Renal Physiology II Guyton 22-23

Online Notes
Online Lectures
Worksheet
 
W 3/4 2 Student lab presentations
  PhysioEX Renal system physiology
PhysioEX Acid base balance
Check under "assignments"
Take the assessment entitled
This is an open book assessment with no time limit.
**Week 9      
M 3/9  BREAK No class spring break    
W 3/11    BREAK No lab spring break    
Week 10      
M 3/16 Respiratory Physiology I
2 Student presenters
Guyton 27-29

Online Notes
Online Lectures
Worksheet
 
W 3/18

Student lab presentation
  PhysioEx 22  Respiratory system mechanics
Check under "assignments"
Take the assessment entitled
This is an open book assessment with no time limit.
Week 11
M  3/23

Respiratory Physiology II
2 Student presenters

Guyton 28-29
Online Notes
Online Lectures
Worksheet
 
W 3/25 EXAM III Ch 20-23, 27-29    
*Week 12      
M 3/30

Nerve Physiology I

Guyton 31,32
Online Notes
Online Lectures
 
W 4/1     Exam 3 in lab
Week 13
M 4/6 Nerve Physiology II
Guyton 37,38
Online Notes
Online Notes 2
Online Lectures
Worksheet

W 4/8 Neuroscience Interacvtive
Student lab presentation
  Interactive website
Neuroscience Interactive
Week 14      
M 4/13 Gastrointestinal Physiology
2 Student presenters
Guyton 42-44
Online Notes
Online Lectures
Worksheet
 
W  4/15

EXAM IV

CH 31,32,37,38,42-44


  PhysioEx  Chemical and physical processes of digestion
Check under "assignments"
Take the assessment entitled
This is an open book assessment with no time limit.
       
Week 15      
M   4/20

Endocrinology

2 Student presenters

Online Notes 1
Online Lectures 1
Online Notes 2
notes part 2 A
Online Lectures 2
Worksheet
 
W  4/22 Student lab presentation   PhysioEX Endocrine system physiology
Check under "assignments"
Take the assessment entitled
This is an open book assessment with no time limit.
Week 16      
M 4/27 Reproductive Physiology
2 Student presenters
Guyton 54-56

 
W 4/29 Last day of class Final Exam
CH49-53, 54-56
   
     

*** This is a tentative schedule.  The text we are using is new, therefore the instructor reserves the right to alter the schedule at any time.  It is your responsibility to be in class and check your blackboard page in order to keep pace with any changes made to the schedule or assignments.***

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