Oct 18, 2021  
2021-2022 College Catalog and Student Handbook 
    
2021-2022 College Catalog and Student Handbook

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BIOL 2752 - Anatomy and Physiology II


Academic Division: Health Sciences
Academic Discipline: Biology
Assistant Dean: Leesa Cox, MBA, PTA
4 Credit(s)
This course is a continuation of BIOL 2751 . It includes the study of structure and function of blood and the cardiovascular, lymphatic/immunity, digestive, respiratory, urinary, and reproductive systems. Laboratory exercises are designed to supplement lecture topics and include microscopy, the study of models, cat and specimen dissection, cadaver study, and physiological experiments. (OTM approved course in Natural Sciences TMNS) UG
3 Lecture Hour(s);
Required Prerequisite Course(s): Take BIOL 2751 ; Minimum Grade C-

Required Concurrent Course(s): Take BIOL 2752L  

Student Learning Outcomes for Course

College-Wide Learning Outcomes                

 

College-Wide Learning Outcomes

Assessments - - How it is met  & When it is met

Communication – Written

 

Communication – Speech

 

Intercultural Knowledge and Competence

 

Critical Thinking

Given a homeostatic imbalance, predict the physiological responses (all body systems throughout the semester).

Information Literacy

Accessing course quizzes, tutorials, audio presentations and grades in Blackboard and faculty websites (throughout the semester).

Quantitative Literacy

Determination of cardiac output, mean arterial pressure, capillary hydrostatic and osmotic pressures, respiratory volumes and effective filtration pressure (completion of the cardiovascular, respiratory and urinary systems).

 

L.           Course Outcomes and Assessment Methods:              

 

              Upon successful completion of this course, the student shall:

 

Outcomes

Assessments – How it is met

& When it is met

1.    Identify the major microscopic components of blood, describe their functional roles in the cardiovascular system, and explain the principles governing transfusions and blood typing.

Exams, quizzes, practical lab tests throughout the semester

2.    Identify and describe the major microscopic and macroscopic anatomical components of the cardiovascular system and explain their functional roles in transport and hemodynamics.

Exams, quizzes, practical lab tests throughout the semester

3.    Identify and describe the major circuits of lymphatic drainage, the role of the lymphatic system in fluid dynamics and immunity.

Exams, quizzes, practical lab tests throughout the semester

4.    Identify and describe the major microscopic and macroscopic anatomical components of the digestive system and explain their functional roles in nutrition, digestion, absorption, metabolism and elimination.

Exams, quizzes, practical lab tests throughout the semester

5.    Identify and describe the major microscopic and macroscopic anatomical components of the respiratory system and explain their functional roles in external and internal respiratory processes.

Exams, quizzes, practical lab tests throughout the semester

6.    Identify and describe the major microscopic and macroscopic anatomical components of the urinary system and explain their functional roles in body fluid homeostasis.

Exams, quizzes, practical lab tests throughout the semester

7.    Identify and describe the physiology of the basic homeostasis mechanisms that control fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balance.

Exams, quizzes, practical lab tests throughout the semester

8.    Identify and describe the major microscopic and macroscopic anatomical components of the reproductive system and explain their functional roles in reproduction and inheritance.

Exams, quizzes, practical lab tests throughout the semester



Topics:

Lecture

 

  1. The Blood
  1. Introduction and purposes
  2. Components of the blood
  3. Blood clotting
  4. Blood groups and transfusions
  1. Cardiovascular System
  1. Introduction and overall design
  2. Heart
  3. Vascular System
  4. Cardiovascular Patterns in Health and Disease
  1. Lymphatic System and Immunity
  1. Introduction and purpose
  2. Lymph organs
  3. Lymph vessels
  4. Immune function
  1. The Digestive System
  1. General characteristics
  2. Regulation of the G.I. system
  3. The mouth, salivary glands, pharynx and esophagus
  4. The stomach
  5. The pancreas
  6. The liver
  7. The small intestine
  8. The large intestine
  9. Metabolism
  1. The Respiratory System
  1. Organs of the respiratory system
  2. External and internal respiration
  3. Mechanism and control of breathing
  4. Respiratory volumes, movements and tests
  5. Transport of respiratory gases
  1. The Urinary System
  1. Introduction
  2. The kidney
  3. Urine formation and the nephron unit
  4. Water, electrolyte, and acid-base balance
  5. Some clinical considerations
  6. Excretion of urine
  1. The Reproductive System
  1. Organs of the reproductive system
  2. Gametogenesis in the reproductive system
  3. Effect of hormones involved in human reproduction
  4. Pregnancy, Parturition and lactation
  5. Disorders of the reproductive system

 

              Lab Exercises

 

  1. Blood cell types
  2. Blood typing
  3. Heart anatomy (human)
  4. Heart anatomy (Beef and Sheep)
  5. Heart Physiology and ECG
  6. Human Veins
  7. Human arteries below diaphragm
  8. Human arteries above diaphragm
  9. Digestive Anatomy of the Human
  10. Digestive Anatomy of the Cat
  11. Physiology of Intestinal motility
  12. Digestive physiology and enzyme actions
  13. Respiratory anatomy
  14. Respiratory volume
  15. Respiratory movements and physiology
  16. Microscopic anatomy of the kidney
  17. Pig kidney
  18. Urinalysis and physiology of urine flow
  19. Male and female reproductive anatomy (gross and micro structure)
  20. Pregnant pig uterus, embryology
  21. Cross-sectional anatomy (models and CT Scans)

 

N.           Course Assignments:

 

  1. Assignments as dictated by instructor
  2. Lecture exams
  3. Laboratory practical exams
  4. Completion of pre-laboratory worksheets

Standard Grading Scale
93-100      A

90 - 92      A-

87- 89       B+

83 - 86      B

80 -82       B-

77- 79       C+

73 - 76      C

70 -72       C-

67- 69       D+

63 - 66      D

60 -62       D-

00- 59       F


Statement on Diversity
North Central State College believes that every student is a valued and equal member of the community.*  Every student brings different experiences to the College, and all are important in enriching academic life and developing greater understanding and appreciation of one another. Therefore, NC State College creates an inclusive culture in which students feel comfortable sharing their experiences. Discrimination and prejudice have no place on the campus, and the College takes any complaint in this regard seriously. Students encountering aspects of the instruction that result in barriers to their sense of being included and respected should contact the instructor, assistant dean, or dean without fear of reprisal. 

*Inclusive of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, national origin (ancestry), military status (past, present or future), disability, age (40 years or older), status as a parent during pregnancy and immediately after the birth of a child, status as a parent of a young child, status as a foster parent, genetic information, or sexual orientation, 


Standard NCSC Course Policies
Important information regarding College Procedures and Policies can be found on the syllabus supplement located at this link

 

 


TEXTBOOK INFORMATION
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