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1 Anatomy and Physiology Bio 222 Lecture Syllabus Spring 2008 Professor Marilyn Daly COURSE DESCRIPTION: TEXTBOOKS: BIO 222 Human Anatomy and Physiology II is a continuation of BIO 220 offered 1 st semester. Successful completion of BIO 220 with a C or better is prerequisite for continuing with BIO 220. You must bring with you a working knowledge of the material covered in A&P I to this class. A&P 2 involves the study of structure and function of the human body, utilizing a systems approach, emphasizing the gross and microscopic anatomy as well as the physiology of the autonomic nervous system, cardiovascular, digestive, respiratory, urinary, reproductive, and endocrine systems of the human body. The cat is used as a representative organism for dissection in the labs. A&P is recommended for students seeking careers in nursing, the allied health related fields as well as for students pursuing premedical/dental and other related areas of study. Biology and psychology majors are also encouraged to take this course. Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 11 th Edition. Gerald J. Tortora and Bryan Derrickson. Human Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory Manual, Cat Version, 9 th Edition. Elaine Marieb & Susan J. Mitchell. The Anatomy and Physiology Coloring Book, 8 th Edition. Elaine Marieb (Optional Text) Atlas of Human Anatomy, 3 rd ed., Frank H. Netter, M.D. (Optional reference for those interested in detailed anatomy order online) CONTACT ME: Office: LS 214. Stop by my office in person! This is a GREAT way to set up an appointment, to get help with class material, and to talk with me. I enjoy meeting students in person!! Office Hours: Monday and Friday: 11:00-12:00 Wednesday: 11:00-2:00 Please feel free to meet with me at other times by appointment. It is best to set up the appointment either in person or by telephone. Telephone: a good way to contact me. Not the greatest way to contact me! Webpage: ACCESS THIS! My lecture times are MWF 8:00-8:50, 9:00-9:50 & 10:00-10:50. My lab times are Wednesday: 2:00-4:45. LAB INSTRUCTORS: Prof. Marilyn Daly: Prof. Elizabeth Hodgson (coordinator): Ms. Bobbi Patton: SEE DETAILED LAB SYLLABUS: You will receive the lab syllabus the first week in lab. 1

2 LECTURE AND LAB ATTENDANCE (LECTURE): A&P is carefully composed of both lecture and lab experiences. Your understanding of both will be essential to both lab and lecture; therefore lecture and lab material should be learned together as one entity. You may access lab information through my web page or via Prof. Hodgson s web page Go Here. You are expected to attend every lecture and you are expected to come to lecture prepared. This means that you will have printed out the associated lecture study guides available via my webpage. You will have read the corresponding material in the text; you will have completed the study guides from your reading; and you will be prepared for periodic, unannounced bonus quizzes. If you must miss a lecture, please try to attend another lecture. Bonus quizzes may be taken only when they are given in lecture. They may not be made up. Although attendance in lecture is not part of your grade, I will keep track of your attendance Attendance in lecture has been directly correlated with success in A&P. Attendance is important and it is a reflection of your personal dedication to the course. Remember, attendance in lab is required! GRADING: GRADE CALCULATIONS: 4.0 = Excellent (90-100) 3.5 = Very Good ( ) 3.0 = Good ( ) 2.5 = Above Average ( ) 2.0 = Average ( ) 1.0 = Below Average ( ) 0 = Failure (<60) LECTURE EXAMS: Your lecture grades (5 lecture exams) make up 60% of your total grade. Your lab grades make up 40% of your total grade (see Lab Syllabus for details). Your final grade in A&P is a compilation of the grades you earned as calculated by the computer. No grades will be rounded up or down or modified in any way unless a grade has been entered into the computer in error. You will usually have the opportunity to earn 5-10 bonus points for each lecture exam. These points may be earned by scoring points on bonus quizzes, during specific lectures when class contributions may earn bonus points, and occasionally by doing specified outside of class research. Bonus points can play a significant part in your final grade they can increase your final grade by as much as one letter grade. They make up the differences for misunderstandings or miscommunications and allow you to EARN the benefit of the doubt many times over. Therefore, it is important that you take advantage of these opportunities to improve your grade by coming to each class prepared for quizzes and/or class questions/discussions. Lecture exams will be multiple choice exams. Students often misjudge the potential quality of a multiple choice exam and consider them simply multiple guess / recognition exams. Please understand that these exams are thorough and they evaluate your knowledge of anatomical terms and functions as well as your understanding of physiological concepts. They also examine your ability to apply these concepts in various contexts and to new situations 2

3 EXAM SCHEDULE: Five lecture exams are planned for the dates listed. I will most likely make some changes to these dates as needed. Each one is worth 12% of your final A&P grade. Exam 1 Cardiovascular: Monday, February 18 Exam 2 Blood: Monday, March 10 Exam 3 Respiratory: Friday, March 28 Exam 4 Digestion: Monday, April 14 Exam 5 Urinary/Reproductive/Endocrine: Saturday, May 10 MAKE UP EXAMS ACADEMIC HONESTY Make-up lecture exams will be given only if you present a physician s excuse or under special circumstances where you have made arrangements with me ahead of time. The make-up exams may be of a different format (e.g.: oral/essay). Contact me immediately if you must miss a lecture exam. Read the Academic Honesty in the York College Department of Biological Sciences policy which will be given to you to sign in lab. A copy is attached at the end of this syllabus for your record. Academic honesty is expected of everyone. Academic dishonesty will not be tolerated. Anyone found guilty of academic dishonesty will receive a zero for that grade, and may receive an F (0) for the course. He/she will not be allowed in the class for the remainder of the semester. Documentation will become a part of the student s permanent record. Cheating is a serious offense and the consequences are severe. Even more important, however, is that by cheating you sacrifice your own integrity and reputation. Please be proud of your work and yourself. EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION CLASSROOM ETIQUETTE You are expected to use proper English grammar and spelling on all written material submitted for evaluation. You will be given the opportunity to think critically. You will be expected to demonstrate your ability to think critically through clear, effective writing. Failure to do so will result in lower grades. YES, spelling counts! You are expected to be polite and respectful to your fellow students and to your professors in lecture and in lab. This means you should arrive on time (or early) to class so you don t interrupt the class with a late entrance; turn off or silence your cell phones at all times during the class; be prepared for class; be attentive and participate in class activities (do not do work for other classes); and limit social conversations to times just before and after class. While there is no formal dress code, you are expected to dress appropriately for class. This includes covering the 3 B s and removing your hat/cap while in class. Inappropriate dress is disruptive to the class as a whole. You must wear closed-toed shoes in lab. 3

4 REMEMBER: 1. Lecture and laboratory are closely connected. You may be tested in lecture on material that was covered in the laboratory exercises and tested in laboratory on material covered in lecture. 2. Structure (anatomy) and function (physiology) support each other and are equally important to know for lecture and lab. 3. The lectures and labs assume you have mastered the objectives of the previous and/or concurrent labs. 4. It will be necessary to spend additional time in the lab. Use the lab often to complete lab/lecture assignments, to learn, to review, and/or to get ahead. Special lab hours during which the lab will be open for study will be posted. 5. Again, spelling counts! STUDY SUGGESTIONS: 1. Read your text and other assigned materials. 2. Complete the study sheets before the corresponding lecture. 3. Use your index effectively. 4. Take advantage of the Adam Interactive Physiology program available in the computer lab, BA Be an active learner. Interact with the material. 6. Study with fellow classmates. Start a study group. 7. Attend all lectures and labs. 8. STAY ORGANIZED. Use a loose-leaf notebook for your lecture and lab study sheets. 9. KEEP UP WITH YOUR WORK. Don t get behind. 10. Take advantage of all learning opportunities. 11. Know your self and your best study conditions make the most of your best study time. STUDY! STUDY! STUDY! Turn to the next page for the Lecture Schedule: 4

5 LECTURE SCHEDULE: Please download, print out all the study guides for one lecture exam and complete the specific lecture and study guides before coming to the associated lectures and labs. Some additions/modifications will be made throughout the semester. The titles of the study sheets to be completed, as listed on my webpage, are in italics. Go to: January 23&25 Introduction and Syllabus Ch. 15: The Autonomic Nervous System Autonomic Nervous System Assignment: Please complete the study guide for the ANS found on my webpage before the first day of class. Ch. 18: The Endocrine System (read only suggested parts of this chapter now) Complete the assignment at the end of the Autonomic Nervous System study guide. January 28- February 1 Ch. 20: The Cardiovascular System The Heart The Heart Angina and Myocardial Infarction Assignment: Be able to draw the flow of blood through the heart from memory. Identify where the blood is oxygenated (red) and deoxygenated (blue). Bring red and blue colored pencils or markers to class with you. Assignment: What do we mean when we say blood flow through the heart compared to blood flow to the heart? Ch. 20: The Cardiovascular System The Heart (Cardiovascular Physiology) The Cardiac Cycle Cardiac Muscle and Cardiac Conduction System Cardiac Output Heart Failure Assignment: Do corresponding Interactive Physiology program in BA 209. Refer also to: Labs 1-3 for the heart, blood vessels and cardiovascular physiology. February 4-8 Ch. 21: The Cardiovascular System Blood Vessels and Hemodynamics Anatomy of blood vessels and circulatory routes Blood Vessel Histology and Capillary Exchange Edema Where Did I Go Wrong? Venules and Veins Assignment: Do corresponding Interactive Physiology program in BA 209. Refer also to: Ch. 22 Lymphatic vessels and Lymphatic circulation as needed. Refer also to: Labs 1-3 for the heart, blood vessels and cardiovascular physiology. 5

6 February February 14 Ch. 20 and 21 The Cardiovascular System Clinical Applications Physiology of Blood Pressure Hormonal Regulation of Blood Pressure and a Few Other Things Shock and Homeostasis Clinical Applications Connections Regulation of Blood Pressure Through Regulation of Cardiac Output Happy Valentine s Day!! Assignment: Do the corresponding Interactive Physiology program in BA 209. Refer also to: Chapter 18, the Endocrine System, as needed. Refer also to: Labs 1-3 for the heart, blood vessels and cardiovascular physiology. EXAM 1 Monday February 18 February Exam I: The Autonomic Nervous System and The Cardiovascular System Chapters 15, 20, 21, 22, and 18 as specified. Ch. 19: The Cardiovascular System The Blood Blood Groups and Blood Typing Introduction to Blood Erythrocytes (Red Blood Cells) Leucocytes (White Blood Cells) and Thrombocytes (Platelets) Hemostasis Refer also to: Lab 4 for blood histology, typing, and testing. February 24- March 2 March 3-7 EXAM 2 Monday March 10 March WINTER VACATION Take a Break (and Study for upcoming lab practical) Ch. 19: The Cardiovascular System The Blood (continued-see above) Exam 2: The Blood Chapter 19 Ch. 23: The Respiratory System Introduction, Mechanics of Respirations, and Ventilation Inspiration and Expiration External Respiration and Internal Respiration Partial Pressures of Respiratory Gases (table) Spirometry (See Lab 5) Transport of Respiratory Gases Control of Respiration (and a few other things) Assignment: Do the corresponding Interactive Physiology program in BA 209. Refer also to: Lab 5 for the anatomy and histology of the respiratory system. March SPRING VACATION Take a Break (and study too!) 6

7 March 26 EXAM 3 Friday March 28 March 31- April 9 Ch. 23: The Respiratory System (continued see above) Remember to go to BA 209 to help you with Respiratory System!!! Exam 3: Respiratory System Chapter 23 Ch. 24: The Digestive System Introduction to Digestive System Upper GI Tract Lower GI Tract A Summary of Chemical Digestion (table See Lab ) Assignment: Go to GERD weblink and note especially Parietal Cell and Acid Production Pathways via ACh, Gastrin, and Histamine. Ch. 25: Digestive System Metabolism Metabolism (Review from 1 st Semester Remember those G-Words ) and Endocrine Aspects Gerd (weblink) Parietal Cell and Acid Production Pathways Acid/Base Balance and the Digestive System and other homeostatic imbalances of the Digestive System Assignment: Review Metabolic Adaptations (Absorptive State and Postabsorptive State) from 1 st semester. Refer also to: Labs 6 and 7 for the anatomy and histology and chemistry of the digestive system. LAB PRAC. 2 April 9&10 FIELD TRIP April 11 (Friday) EXAM 4 Monday April 14 April Lab Practical 2: Respiratory and Digestive Systems and Chemistry of Digestion Labs 5, 6 and 7 Optional Field Trip (details to be announced in class) Exam 4: The Digestive System and Metabolism Chapters 24, 25, and 18 as specified. Ch. 26: The Urinary System General Organization and Functions The Excretory System (Review of Systems) Physiology of Kidneys (Review) Ch. 27: Fluid, Electrolyte and Acid Base Balance Acid Base Balance Assignment: Do corresponding Interactive Physiology program in BA 209. Refer also to: Chapter 18, the Endocrine System, as specified. Refer also to: Lab 8 for the anatomy and histology of the urinary system. 7

8 April Ch. 28: The Reproductive System Anatomy Reproductive System Male Reproductive System: Outline/Study Questions Female Reproductive System: Outline/Study Questions Ch. 29: Development and Inheritance Hormones of Pregnancy and Lactation Assignment: Be able to outline the normal menstrual/ovarian cycles and also the cycle resulting in pregnancy, labor and parturition. Include all physical and hormonal changes that occur. Refer also to: Lab 9 for the anatomy and histology of the reproductive system. Refer also to: Chapter 18, the Endocrine System, as specified. May 2-7 Ch. 18: The Endocrine System The Endocrine System Review Note: this will be a review of the endocrine system and an opportunity to pull all the systems together from both semesters. Ch. 15: The Autonomic Nervous System (Review as specified) Assignment: Review the ANS The Fight-or-Flight response, The Resistance Reaction, and Exhaustion. Relate this to the Endocrine System. How does stress play an important role in causing disease? A more positive way to state this is How can stress-reduction work to prevent disease? Refer also to: Lab 10 for the anatomy and histology of the endocrine system. LAB PRAC. 3 May 7 &8 READING DAY May 9 (Friday) EXAM 5 Saturday May 10 Lab Practical 3: Urinary, Reproductive and Endocrine Systems READING DAY: No classes scheduled this day. Use this time to study and prepare for your last A&P exam (or for other exams). Exam 5: The Urinary System and Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-base Balance; the Reproductive System and Development; and the Endocrine System. Some aspects of the ANS will be included. Chapters 26 and 27, 28 and 29, and 18 and 15 as specified. This Exam will include a comprehensive component: The Endocrine System and specific aspects of the Autonomic Nervous System will pull all the body systems together. I m proud of you be proud of yourself!! A picnic at Professor Daly s Farm in Dallastown will follow the exam on Saturday, May 10 th. You ve worked hard and deserve a break! Take time to celebrate, EAT, and relax! All are Welcome 8

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