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Sudakshina Alagia

Professor, Department Chair


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Office: Bldg. 30, Room 126

 

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BIO 144   Anatomy & Physiology I

Course Notes:

Bio 144 is the first semester course of the Anatomy and Physiology combination class sequence. It's a 4 semester unit course (lecture and Lab) that's geared toward students entering the Allied Health field. This course is a study of the following topics and human systems:  introduction to biochemistry, the cell, tissues, bone, muscle, endocrine and nervous systems.  The functions and interrelationships of these systems are studied.  The course emphasizes the homeostatic nature of these systems with some reference to human disease states.  Cat and sheep are used as dissected specimens along with selected human organs, tissue slides and computer demonstrations. This course, along with Biology 145, meets the anatomy and physiology requirements for associate degrees and baccalaureate degrees in nursing as well as degrees in a variety of other related paramedical fields from many institutions.Transferable to UC, CSU systems as part of the Baccalaureate program

BIO 145  Anatomy & Physiology II

Course Notes:

Bio 145 is the second semester of Anatomy and Physiology combination course. This course is a continuation of Biology 144, Anatomy and Physiology I.  It is a study of the anatomy and physiology of the following systems:  circulatory, respiratory, digestive, excretory and reproductive systems.  The functions and interrelationships of these systems are studied.  The course emphasizes the homeostatic nature of these systems with reference to human disease states. Cat, sheep and cadaver will be used as dissected specimens along with selected human organs and tissue slides and computer demonstrations. This course, along with Biology 144, meets the anatomy and physiology requirements for associate degree, and baccalaureate degrees in nursing as well as degrees in a variety of other related paramedical fields from most institutions. Transferable to CSU and UC systems as requirement for Baccalaureate program.
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