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BI 201 - Anatomy and Physiology I

Fall 2000

Instructor: Dr. Nancy Tress

Telephone: 777-6206 (office) ntress@stargate.net (e-mail)

643-1532 (home) angelfire.com/nt/classinfo

Class time: Thursdays 6-10 p.m. AJ Palumbo Science Hall

Textbook: Concepts of Human Anatomy and Physiology.

Kent Van De Graaf and Stuart Ira Fox.

Lab Text: Virtual Physiology CD-ROM

Dynamic Human CD-ROMTextbook:

Goals & Objectives:

This course is designed primarily as a support course for the nursing major. This is the first part of a two semester class whose focus will be the application of principles of anatomy and physiology to a career in nursing. The topics covered in the first semester of this course focus on the anatomy and physiology of the support systems of the body, specifically: integument, skeletal, muscular, nervous and metabolism. Attention is given to clinical correlation and application of basic anatomical and physiological principles.

The specific goals of this course are as follows:

Student Evaluation: Three 100 point lecture examinations.

100 point final lecture exam.

100 points for class assignments.

100 points for quizzes

100 points for lab exercises

700 point total

 

Testing format: The questions for the lecture exams will be taken from the lecture notes, information from the textbook and from any readings that may be specifically assigned. The lecture exam format will consist of multiple choice, true or false, matching and short answer essay questions. Please refer to the tentative lecture schedule for exam dates.

The final grade for the course will be determined by adding all points earned in lecture and lab.

 

Grading: The maximum total that can be earned is 700 points. The total points earned by each student will be converted to a percentage and the final letter grade will be assigned according to the scale given below.

A+ 97-100 A 94-96 A- 90-93

B+ 87-89 B 84-86 B- 80-83

C+ 77-79 C 74-76 C- 70-73

D+ 67-69 D 64-66 D- 60-63

F 59 and below

Attendance: Attendance in class is mandatory. Make-up exams will not be given. Attendance in the course will also be monitored daily. If 1 class is missed, no credit will be received for the course.

 

** Carlow College makes every effort to provide reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities. Questions about services and procedures for students with disabilities should be directed to Andrea Beranek in Grace Library, room 434 or at 412-578-6136. **

Tentative Schedule:

Date Lecture Material Chapter Lab Exercise

1-13 Introduction to Science 1 Microscopes - Cells

Basic Chemistry 2

Cell Biology 3,5

1-20 Tissues (Histology) 6 Quiz 1

Metabolism 5,27 Basic Histology

1-27 Integument 7 Exam 1 (1,2,3,5,6)

Integument

2-3 Bone Physiology 8 Quiz 2

Skeletal Anatomy 9,10 Skeleton

2-10 Muscle Physiology 12 Exam 2 (,5,7,8,27)

Muscle Anatomy 13 Muscles

2-17 Nerve Physiology 14 Quiz 3

Review

2-24 Brain & Spinal Cord 15,16 Exam 3 (9,10,12,13)

Brain

3-2 Autonomic Nervous 18 Quiz 4

System Lab Practical

3-5 Final Exam (Chapters 14,15,16,18) 10 a.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Microscope

Eyepiece

Stage

Fine Focus

Course Focus

Diaphragm

Objectives

Cell

Nucleus

Cell membrane

Mitochondria

Endoplasmic Reticulum

Interphase

Prophase

Metaphase

Anaphase

Telophase

Histology

Epithelial Tissue

Simple Squamous

Stratified Squamous

Simple Cuboidal

Simple Columnar

Transitional

Pseudostratified Columnar

Connective Tissue

Loose

Dense Regular

Elastic

Adipose

Hyaline Cartilage

Bone

Blood

Muscle Tissue

Skeletal

Cardiac

Smooth

Intercalated Discs

Nervous Tissue

Dendrite

Cell Body

Axon

Integument

Epidermis

Dermis

Hypodermis

Hair

Gland

Arrector Pili

Dermal Papillae

Axial Skeleton

Cranial Bones

Frontal

Supraorbital foamina

Parietal

Occipital

Foramen magnum

Hypoglassal canal

Occipital condyles

External occipital protuberance

External occipital crest

Temporal

Zygomatic arch

Mandibular fossa

External auditory meatus

Styloid process

Mastoid process

Jugular foramen

Internal acoustic meatus

Carotid canal

Sphenoid

Sella turcica

Optic foramina

Superior orbital fissures

Foramen rotundum

Foramen ovale

Ethmoid

Cribriform plates

Superior & middle nasal

conchae

Facial Bones

Mandible

Coronoid processes

Mandibular condyles

Mandibular symphysis

Alveoli

Mandivular foramina

Mental foramina

Maxilla

Zygomatic process

Palatine processes

Frontal processes

Infraorbital foramen

Zygomatic

Nasal

Lacrimal

Lacrimal fossa

Palatine

Vomer

Inferior Nasal concha

Vertebrae and Ribs

Cervical Vertebrae

Atlas

Axis

Thoracic Vertebrae

Lumbar Vertebrae

Sacrum

Coccyx

Intervertebral Discs

Spinous Process

Transverse Process

Vertebral Arch

Vertebral Foramen

Intervertebral Foramen

Lamina

Pedicle

Sternum

Costal Cartilage

Appendicular Skeleton

Clavicle

Scapula

Glenoid Fossa

Acromion Process

Coracoid Process

Humerus

Greater Tubercle

Lesser Tubercle

Intertubercular Groove

Olecranon Fossa

Lateral Epicondyle

Capitulum

Radius

Styloid Process

Radial Tuberosity

Ulna

Coronoid Process

Olecranon Process

Syloid Process

Carpals

Metacarpals

Phalanges

Ilium

Pubis

Ischium

Pubic Symphysis

Acetabulum

Sacrum

Femur

Greater Trocanter

Lesser Trocanter

Linea Aspera

Patella

Tibia

Fibula

Tarsals

Talus

Calcaneous

Metatarsals

Axial Musculature:

Buccinator

Mentalis

Frontalis

Inferior rectus

Medial rectus

Superior rectus

Inferior oblique

Superior oblique

Lateral rectus

Masseter

Genioglossus

Styloglossus

Palatopharyngeus

Digastricus

Stylohyoid

Sternocleidomastoid

Longus capitis

External oblique

Internal oblique

Diaphragm

Rectus abdominis

Appendicular Musculature:

Pectoralis Minor

Subclavius

Trapezius

Deltoid

Triceps brachii

Latissimus dorsi

Biceps brachii

Brachialis

Adductor pollicis

Gluteus maximus

Sartorius

Popliteus

Gastrocnemius

 

Nervous

Cerebrum

Central Sulcus

Corpus Callosum

Gyres

Sulchi

Thalamus

Hypothalamus

Optic Chiasm

Optic Tract

Optic Nerve

Pitiutary

Pineal Gland

Cerebellum

Pons

Medulla

Spinal Cord

Pia Mater

Dura Mater

Arachnoid

Third Ventricle

Fourth Ventricle