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BIO 245 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Credit Hours: 4
Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in BIO 110 or BIO 113
Recommended: One year of high school chemistry or CHM 101 or CHM 112

First course in a two-semester sequence on Human Anatomy & Physiology. Designed for pre-health profession majors, especially those planning to transfer to four-year programs. Study of cell membrane, passive and active transport mechanisms, histology, general anatomical terminology and the following systems; integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous. Laboratory topics include microscopy, passive and active transport, histology, bones, muscular anatomy, muscle physiology, reflexes, general senses, and neural anatomy. Laboratory exercises include working with tissue slides, skeletons (articulated and individual bones), sheep brain dissection, and use of various models. Cadaver demonstration and study is used for muscular anatomy, and both in-class and out-of-class cadaver time is required. (1.1) Fulfills the ECC/IAI General Education/Life Science (lab) requirement. IAI Course Number: L1 904L Proficiency Credit Not Available Pass/No Credit Not Available