BIOL 2311L

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Human Anatomy and Physiology II

LaboratoryStudents enrolled in this course will examine the anatomy and morphology of human cells, tissues, organs and systems. Students will study the following: 1) the gross and microscopic anatomy of the human brain and spinal cord; 2) the gross anatomy of the peripheral nervous system; 3) the light microscopic and fine structure of human endocrine glands; 4) the gross and light microscopic anatomy of the human digestive system; 5) the gross, light and electron microscopic anatomy of the human heart; 6) the structure and distribution of blood vessels, including capillaries; 7) the light microscopic structure of human blood cells; 8) the structure of the lymphoid system and its cells; 9) the gross anatomy, light microscopic and electron microscopic morphology of the human respiratory system; 9) the gross anatomy, histology and electron microscopic fine structure of the human urinary system; 10) the gross anatomy and histology of the male and female reproductive systems.

Credit Hours
1
Prerequisites
BIOL 2310, BIOL 2310L
Additional Prerequisites

Successful completion of BIOL 2310 and BIOL 2310L with a grade of C or better.

Corequisites
BIOL 2311
School
School of Arts and Sciences