SYLLABUS Biology 319, Integrated Human Anatomy and Physiology I (Honors) Spring 2014

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1 SYLLABUS Biology 319, Integrated Human Anatomy and Physiology I (Honors) Spring 2014 Tuesday, Thursday, 9:35-10:50 (sections: 201,202, 203) HELD 200 INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Bill Cohn Biological Sciences Building West (BSBW) room 119A Office hours: By appointment M-F; 8 AM-5 PM. Standing office hours to be announced Phone: WEB SITE: BIOL 319 ecampus LEARNING OBJECTIVES: 1. Gain the augmented understanding of basic cell & molecular physiology which is necessary for successful comprehension of an upper-level Anatomy & Physiology course. 2. Identify tissues and relate their structure to their physiology. 3. Know structure and function of skin 4. Learn bone anatomy in the detail necessary to understand the Action/Origin/Insertions (AOIs) of the major muscles. 5. Know the growth and developmental physiology of bone. 6. Identify major muscles (and respective AOIs) of the human body using human models and cat dissection specimens. Understand in detail the physiology of muscle at the cellular and organ level 7. Explain the anatomy and physiology of the central and peripheral nervous system. COURSE STRUCTURE: BIOL 319 provides an integrated approach to cellular, skeletal, muscular, neural and sensory anatomy and physiology, including histology, histopathology, radiology, and clinical correlations. There will be two lectures per week and one three hour lab period per week. Prerequisites: BIOL 111 AND BIOL 112 or its equivalent REQUIRED MATERIALS: 1. TEXTBOOK: Human Anatomy & Physiology (9th Edition) by Elaine N. Marieb and Katja Hoehn, Benjamin Cummings Publishing. Corresponding reading assignments will be posted on the website with each lecture. 2. LAB BOOK: Biology 319: Integrated Human Anatomy & Physiology I (1 st Edition) (ISBN # )

2 3. LECTURE NOTES: PowerPoint lecture notes available for downloading from course website by no later than 7 PM the day before each lecture 4. FOUR SCANTRONS (8.5 X 11 gray scantron form). 5. DISSECTION KIT / SAFETY GOGGLES. For the kit, no scalpels or razor blades allowed. Students with prescription classes can use them as protection 6. DISPOSABLE VINYL OR NITRILE GLOVES. NO LATEX GRADING: Your grade in the course will be computed as follows: Lecture: points = 400 points Laboratory: 2 Practical Exams, quizzes, etc*= 400 points TOTAL 800 points (*elaborated in laboratory specific portion of syllabus): Grades will be assigned according to the following scale: =A; =B; =C; =D; below 480=F. Some upward adjustment may be done at the end. HONORS LECTURE EXAMINATIONS: There will be four lecture examinations of one hour and 15 minutes duration (you will have 2 hours for the final examination). The last lecture exam is given during the final exam period and covers material introduced between the third exam through the last day of class. You will receive honors credit for the entire course by taking the 4 honors lecture exams in place of the 4 regular lecture exams ; the lab will be exactly the same work with exactly the same requirements as the regular sections. The 4 honors lecture exams (3 night exams + a final ) will be worth 100 points each. Each honors exam will be comprised of 30 multiple choice questions identical to those asked of the regular sections worth 1.6 points each +20 multiple choice questions that are honors questions worth 1.6 points each + 1 essay question worth 20 points. The honors multiple choice questions will be either more challenging questions over the regular material or will be over extra readings assigned to the honor sections that the regular sections are not responsible for. The essay question will be over additional readings to be assigned throughout the course and or more in depth knowledge of the regular material. A couple of days before each exam, 4 of the possible essay questions will be released to you. You will have about 48 hours to prepare answers to each question. At the exam, one of the 4 questions for which you should have prepared an answer will be assigned to you. Honors students will be given 1.5 hours to complete their exams rather than shorter time of 1 hour and 15 minutes for all those taking the regular lecture exams EXAM DATES: EXAM 1: Thursday, February 6, 2014, from 7-8:15 PM EXAM 2: Thursday, February 27, 2014, from 7-8:15 PM EXAM 3: Thursday, April 3, 2014 from 7-8:15 PM EXAM 4: Is the Final Exam: Morning Lecture Section: Friday May 2, 12:30-2:30 PM in HELD 200 Afternoon Lecture Section: Tuesday May 6, 1:00-3:00 PM in HELD 200 MAKE-UP EXAMS

3 In order to make up a missed lecture exam, you must: 1. Contact me within 48 hours by Present written evidence that you unavoidably missed the exam for reasons authorized by Texas A&M University regulations. Without a university-approved, excused, verifiable absence, a ZERO will be recorded for the missed exam. Make-up exams will consist of very short essay (no more than 5 sentences) and or fill in the blank and or short answer and must be taken at the makeup exam times noted below. Notification of a legitimate verifiable forthcoming university excuse must be provided within 48 hours of the missed exam time. The written excuse itself must be provided within 5 business days after the missed exam date. If you miss Exam 4 for a University approved excuse,an I will be assigned for the course until you take the makeup exam. Missing the final exam because of a University approved excuse is the only reason I will assign a grade of I. An exam grade of ZERO will be recorded for any student who has missed the last exam and has not contacted me within 48 hours. Make up exam times: for Exam 1, February 20; for Exam 2, March 27; for Exam 3, April 24, starting at 5:30 PM and ending at 6:30 PM (1 hour) in HELD 200. Makeup exams are 25 fill in the blank and or short answer very short essay questions worth 4 points each instead of 50 multiple choice questions worth 2 points each. Only students who meet the conditions described above will be allowed to take a makeup. Note: I do not accept the Texas A & M University Explanatory Statement of Absence Form as an adequate verification for an absence. You must provide a verifiable excuse from a medical health professional (physician, physician s assistant, nurse practitioner, etc.). All documented excuses are checked for authenticity. Invalid notes are considered an honor board violation. IMPORTANT: For excused absences (lab and lecture), you must contact the instructor to arrange a makeup within 48 hours. Make ups must be scheduled within 5 days or you will receive a ZERO for the assignment. COURSE OUTLINE: TEXTBOOK CHAPTER/ PAGES Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology - 1/1-17 Relevant Cell Biology- 3/61-83; 87-9; Skeletal System- 6/ Articulations (Joints)- 8/ ; Skeletal Muscle Structure and Cellular Function- 9/ Skeletal Muscle Mechanics- 9/ Smooth Muscle- 9/ Integumentary System (Skin) - 5/ Nerve Function (Neurons and Synapses) - 11/ Central Nervous System (Brain) - 12/ ; Central Nervous System (Spinal Cord)- 12/ Peripheral Nervous System- 13/ Cranial Nerves- 13/ Autonomic Nervous System- 14/ Special Senses- 15/

4 AGGIE HONOR CODE: An Aggie does not lie, cheat, or steal or tolerate those who do. Upon accepting admission to Texas A&M University a student immediately assumes a commitment to uphold the Honor Code, to accept responsibility for learning, and to follow the philosophy and rules of the Honor System. By signing your exam scantrons/exam copies/quizzes and other graded assignments you agree to commit to the honor code in this class. Ignorance of the rules does not exclude any member of the TAMU community from the requirements or the processes of the Honor System. For additional information please visit: No cameras or camera phones are allowed in the lab. Students are not allowed to take pictures and are not allowed to remove A&M materials from the lab. STATEMENT ON DISABILITIES: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal antidiscrimination statute that provides comprehensive civil rights protection for persons with disabilities. Among other things, this legislation requires that all students with disabilities be guaranteed a learning environment that provides for reasonable accommodation for their disabilities. If you believe you have a disability requiring an accommodation, please contact the Office of Support Services for Students with Disabilities in Room 126 of the Koldus Student Services Building. The phone number is STATEMENT ON PLAGIARISM: The materials used in this course are copyrighted. By "materials," I mean all materials generated for this class, which include but are not limited to syllabi, lecture notes, quizzes, exams, lab problems, in-class materials, review sheets, and additional problem sets. Because these materials are copyrighted, you do not have the right to copy them, unless I expressly grant permission. As commonly defined, plagiarism consists of passing off as one's own ideas, words, writing, etc., which belong to another. In accordance with this definition, you are committing plagiarism if you copy the work of another person and turn it in as your own, even if you should have the permission of that person. Plagiarism is one of the worst academic sins, for the plagiarist destroys the trust among colleagues that allows information to be honestly communicated. If you have any questions regarding plagiarism, please consult the latest issue of the Texas A&M University Student Rules, under the section "Scholastic Dishonesty." Items on this portion of the syllabus may be changed at the discretion of the instructor. Changes may be announced in lecture and may not be posted on WebCT. Important announcements pertaining to lab (see below for laboratory portion of syllabus) may also be made during the lecture portion of the class.

5 Biology 319 Laboratory Syllabus Spring 2014 Heldenfels Room 301 Section: Day: Time: TA: Office Hours (BSBW 119): Required Materials 1. Human Anatomy and Physiology, 9 th Ed. (Marieb and Hoehn) 2. Biology 319: Integrated Human Anatomy & Physiology I (1 st Edition) (ISBN # ) 3. Dissection kit (The Zoology or Anatomy kit from the bookstore will do. You will need forceps, scissors and a probe. If you bring a scalpel to the lab, it will be confiscated.) 4. Powder-free, nitrile or vinyl gloves (You are not permitted to have powdered or latex gloves) 5. Closed-toed shoes 6. Goggles/safety glasses for dissections Attendance Policy Laboratory attendance is extremely important. No makeup opportunities will be available for missed material, quizzes, or practical exams unless the lab coordinator, Stacy Stoops, is notified within 48 hours and an authorized University excuse is provided by the student. The student written Explanatory Statement for Absence from Class from the Student Health Center will not be accepted as an excuse. You must Stacy Stoops AND cc your TA with: your name, course #, section #, lab day/time and your schedule within 48 hours of missing lab. Documentation for excused absences should be taken to Stacy Stoops (office: Heldenfels 307) for verification in order to schedule makeup work (NO electronic notes will be accepted). After you have sent Stacy Stoops an with all of the above information and your excuse has been verified, you will be assigned a make-up lab if room is available. For make-ups, no student may attend more than 2 out-of-section labs per semester. Students who miss two labs must provide written evidence they have met with and discussed the situation with the lecturer before he/she may attend lab. Make-ups must be scheduled and completed by Friday the week of the absence. Make-ups may contain essay questions and make-ups might not contain the same proportions of material as the normal assignment or quiz. Zeroes will be recorded for any missed material without an excuse. **Please note: If a lab is full to fire code capacity, we cannot allow another student to attend that lab; even if you have a university excuse. Grading The laboratory portion of this course comprises 50% of your overall course grade and passing grade in the course requires a minimum of 200 of the 400 lab points. Laboratory points are added to lecture points to determine final grades in the course. Students are responsible for everything in the lab manual (including any information in parentheses), everything distributed in the lab or posted on the course website. Students are required to learn both the name of specific structures and the name of any larger structure it is a part of (e.g., the styloid process of the temporal bone). For cranial nerves, always give name and number. Half point partial credit will not be given on quizzes or practical exams. Lab points may be deducted for lack of participation, absence during any portion of a lab, unsafe practices, violation of laboratory policy, or unacceptable behavior.

6 Students must notify their lab instructor in writing of any lab grade discrepancies within 7 days of said grade/score being posted on ecampus. Quizzes Quizzes are given to ensure that students attend lab, are prepared to participate and ensure that students study the lab material on a regular basis. 9 quizzes worth 15 points each* will be given. A practice quiz, which will not count toward your grade, will be given during the first lab meeting. Quizzes will contain an 8 point preparatory portion and a 7 point cumulative review portion*. The preparatory portion will consist of material from reading assignments for that day s lab meeting (not the previous completed labs). The cumulative review portion will consist of material from previous weeks labs, but will be weighted toward material from the previous lab meeting. Your quizzes for the muscle portion of the lab will be half muscle image identification and half AOIs. Cumulative review material for the quizzes following the first practical will not come directly from material covered on the first practical, although any material revisited in the second half of the semester is fair game for cumulative portions of later quizzes. The 130 quiz points will constitute 33% of your laboratory grade. * Quiz 6 will contain a 10 point preparatory portion and no cumulative review questions. Practical Exams Two laboratory practical examinations will be given; 100 questions worth one point each at twenty-five stations throughout the laboratory. Students will rotate between stations in 3 minute intervals. Practical 1 will cover labs 1-5 and practical 2 will cover labs There will be 5 stations (20 questions) per lab. In other words, stations 1-5 will cover material from lab 1; stations 6-10 will cover material from lab 2. You will not be permitted to revisit any station. No electronic devices will be allowed with students during tests. These 2 practical exams, worth 100 points each (200 points total), will constitute 50% of the total laboratory grade. PowerLabs Three physiology PowerLabs will be graded during the semester. Each PowerLab (excluding the Introduction to PowerLab training exercise worth 10 points) will be worth 20 points. Completion of the PowerLab will include (among other items deemed appropriate): attending lab for each PowerLab exercise, filling in all graphs and charts and answering all PowerLab handout questions using complete sentences. Please note that you need to answer questions in complete sentences and using scientific terms (both anatomical and physiological). Completed PowerLab questions will be due at the beginning of the next lab. We will not accept any late PowerLab questions, no exceptions!! The three PowerLab exercises (50 points total) will constitute 13% of your laboratory grade. Regrading Assignments are photocopied before they are returned to the students. If a student wishes to challenge a grade they must do so within 48 hours of receiving the graded assignment/practical back. A grade challenge form must then be turned in with the assignment for a complete regrade. A student must make no changes to the assignment before it is submitted for re-grading. Scantrons Each student is required to supply 4 grey scantron forms to be given to your TA by the 2 nd lab. Failure to turn in scantrons will result in a reduction of TA points. Lecture & Lab Website Grades will be posted only in the BlackBoard Vista grade book at

7 Dissection/Participation Laboratory exercises have been planned to fully utilize the entire lab meeting. Since the opportunity to review is minimal, students must maximize use of lab time and complete the exercise during the allotted time. Students will work in groups of 4 during every lab period. Every member of a team is expected to participate. Lab spaces should be left clean for the next section and histology slides should be placed back in the boxes. Specimens, models, and other lab material must be handled with great care. 20 TA points will be given for cleanliness, participation and completion of the exercises. Participation also includes supplying the required scantrons on time and showing up to every lab prepared to participate (i.e. studying for every quiz). Safety All students must follow the lab safety procedures. Safety procedures will be explained to students on the first day of lab. All students must sign acknowledging that safety procedures have been explained and will be followed. Any student not following safety procedures will be asked to leave the lab with a possible loss of points. Each student must complete the Texas A&M University online LSA (lab safety agreement) before the second lab period. Failure to do so will result in a reduction of TA and quiz points, and you will not be able to return to lab until you have completed this. Proper Animal Tissue Disposal In the 319 lab room (HELD 301) you will find a silver trash can labeled "for animal tissue only". This silver trash can is further labeled "not for paper or gloves". These silver trash cans must contain all of the animal tissue waste produced in the lab and must only hold animal tissues. Helpful Websites 1. General - Radiology, Anatomy, Histology, & Pathology: 2. Histology - Basic Tissues: 3. Skin: 3. Muscles - (Human) (Human) (Cat) 4. Clinical Correlates: Aggie Honor Code An Aggie does not lie, cheat, or steal or tolerate those who do. Upon accepting admission to Texas A&M University a student immediately assumes a commitment to uphold the Honor Code, to accept responsibility for learning, and to follow the philosophy and rules of the Honor System. Students will be required to state their commitment on examinations, research papers, and other academic work. Ignorance of the rules does not exclude any member of the TAMU community from the requirements or the processes of the Honor System. For additional information please visit: No cameras or camera phones are allowed in the lab. Students are not allowed to take pictures and are not allowed to remove A&M materials from the lab. If you suspect another student is cheating, then you must notify the Lab Coordinator immedietly. Cell Phone Policy The use of cellular phones in lab is strictly prohibited. Possession of an electronic device on your person during a quiz or exam is grounds for academic dishonesty referral! 2014 Texas A&M University. This syllabus is subject to change without prior notification.

8 Date Topics to be Covered in Lab Quiz January Syllabus 13 th 17 th Lab 1: Histology & Organization of Bone (Page 1) Pre-Lab Reading Assignment: Pages in your Marieb 9 th edition textbook *Download Syllabus from ecampus & bring to lab* January 20 th th No labs this week due to university closing on January 20th 24 January Quiz 1 (Practice Quiz No grade) 27 th 31 st Lab 2: Osteology: The Axial Skeleton (Page 39) Quiz 2 February 3 rd 7 th Lab 3: Osteology: The Appendicular Skeleton (Page 73) Quiz 3 February 10 th 14 th Lab 4: The Integumentary System, Skeletal Muscle Anatomy, Knee Joint Anatomy, Bone Radiology & Introduction to PowerLab (10 Points) (Page 89) Quiz 4 Pre-Lab Reading Assignment: Pages in your Marieb 9 th edition textbook *Download Introduction to PowerLab questions from ecampus & bring to lab* February 17 th 21 st Lab 5: Myology: Pectoral Area and Ventral Upper Limb (Page 107) Quiz 5 February 24 th 28 th Lab 6: PowerLab 1: Muscle Structure, Function & Electromyography (20 Points) (Page 115) Quiz 6 (10 Points) Pre-Lab Reading Assignment: Pages in your Marieb 9 th edition textbook *Download PowerLab 1 questions from ecampus & bring to lab* February 28 th - March 2 nd Review Sessions Friday night, Saturday & Sunday (Times to be announced) March 3 rd 7 th Practical I (100 Points) (This practical covers all material from labs 1-5) March 10 th 14 th Spring Break March Lab 7: PowerLab 2: Reflexes & Reaction Times (20 Points) (Page 123) 17 th 21 st Pre-Lab Reading Assignment: Pages in your Marieb 9 th edition textbook *Download PowerLab 2 questions from ecampus & bring to lab* March Lab 8: Myology: Superficial & Deep Neck, Dorsal Shoulder & Upper Limb (Page 24 th 28 th 129) March 31 st - Lab 9: Myology: Deep Thorax & Deep Dorsal & Ventral Upper Limb April 4 th (Page 137) April Lab 10: Myology: Superficial & Deep Dorsal & Ventral Hind Limb 7 th 11 th (Page 147) April No regular labs this week due to university closing on April 18 th 14 th 18 th Review Sessions Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday (Times to be announced) Last day to Q-drop is April 14 th April 21 st 25 th Practical II (100 Points) (This practical covers all material from labs 6-10) Quiz 7 Quiz 8 Quiz 9 Quiz 10

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