Physiology and Biophysics - Human Systems Physiology PHYL 2044   Human Systems Physiology
The human body consists of cells organized into a number of organ systems. The aim of this class is to explain how six organ systems (respiratory, cardiovascular, renal, gastrointestinal, endocrine, and reproductive) function to allow us to live and carry out our daily activities. Director: T. A. Quinn
FORMAT: Lecture
FORMAT COMMENTS: Lectures 3 hours per week
PREREQUISITES: BIOL 1010.03 (or BIOL 1020.03) and BIOL 1011.03 ( or BIOL 1021.03) and CHEM 1012.03 OR CHEM 1022.03 or equivalent