Texts: 1) Human Anatomy and Physiology, D. Van Wynsberghe, C.R. Noback, and R. Carola, 3rd Ed.
2) Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Manual, Kevin Patton.
3) Laboratory Anatomy of the Fetal Pig, T. Odlaug.
4) Case Histories in Human Physiology, D. Van Wynsberghe and G.M. Cooley, 2nd Ed.
5) Lab handouts (EKG, etc.)
6) Student's Study Manual to accompany Human Anatomy and Physiology, 3rd Ed., G.R. Patt (optional)
7) Class notes (optional)
Instructor: Dr. R. J. Hutz, LAP 314/308, 229-6880
Office Hours: TR 9:00- 10:30 A.M.; or by appointment
Lecture: TR 1:30-2:45 P.M., EMS E190
Date Lecture Lab
Sept. 2,4 Introduction, Blood, (Chapter 19) No labs
9,11 AIDS, Heart Anatomy, Cardiac Cycle Hematology (Ch. 25);
(Chapter 19,20,21,23) Case Histories
16,18 Cardiac Physiology, Hemodynamics, Heart Anatomy, Heart Sounds,
Regulation of Blood, Pulse Rate,
Regulation of Blood Pressure Blood Pressure, EKG
(Chapter 21) (Ch. 26,27,28,29)
23,25 Blood Vessel Anatomy, Fetal Pig Dissection of Upper Cardiovascular Disease Body, Arterial and Venous
(Chapter 21) Anatomy (Odlaug)
(Ch. 29); Case Histories
30, Oct. 2 Immunology (Chapter 23), Arterial and Venous Anatomy
Respiratory Anatomy (Chapter 24), (Chapter 29); Dissection of
lower Review Body (Odlaug)
7 E X A M I
9 Mechanics of Breathing Respiratory System (Ch31),
Date Lecture Lab
Oct. 14,16 Gas Exchange, Neural Control Respiratory Anatomy (Odlaug);
of Respiration, Kidney Anatomy Respiratory Case Histories
21,22 Urine Formation, Water and PRACTICAL EXAM I
28,30 Acid-Base Balance, GI Kidney Anatomy (Odlaug)
(Chapters 25 & 28) and Function (Ch. 35,36);
Nov. 4,6 Gastrointestinal Digestive Anatomy (Ch. 33)
Anatomy and Physiology Fetal Pig; Assign
(Chapter 25), Review Nutrition Project
11 EXAM II
(Ch. 34); Case Histories
13 Absorption, GI (cont.)
18,20 Cholesterol, Metabolism Nutrition Computer Project Due
(Chapter 26), Energy Utilization, and Discussed, Male Reproductive
Vitamins, Minerals (Chapter 26, Anatomy (Ch. 37), Endocrinology
Review Chapter 3) (Ch. 23 & 24), Endocrine Case
25 Energy Utilization (cont), Thanksgiving Recess
Nutrition, Diets (No labs)
Dec. 2,4 Hypothalamus, Pituitary Female Reproductive
Hormones, Thyroid, Anatomy, (Chapter 38)
Parathyroids, Adrenal, Videotape "The Perfect Baby"
Pancreas (Chapter 18), Reproduction Case Histories
Male Reproduction (Chapter 29)
9,11 Female Reproduction; Conception, PRACTICAL EXAM II
EXAM II 50%
LAB PRACTICAL I
LAB PRACTICAL II 50%
QUIZZES AND PROJECT
There will be a 10-minute weekly quiz in laboratory covering lecture and laboratory material.
**THERE ARE NO MAKE UPS FOR MISSED EXAMS--LECTURE OR LAB. THEREFORE, YOU MUST ATTEND CLASSES THOSE 5 DAYS, AS LISTED IN THE SYLLABUS. THERE ARE NO DROPPED EXAMS.
If anyone has need for note-taking or special test-taking accommodations, please feel free to come and discuss this with me early in the semester.
If you do not wish to have the last 4 digits of your social security # and your grades posted, please see me. You can also procure your final grade on SASI.
If you take this course upon consent of instructor, you cannot receive credit for taking the prerequisites at a later date.
Vinyl gloves are available for purchase in the bookstore at the Academic Supplies Desk ( 55¢/pr.).
We do not provide them.
Fetal pig dissections vent glutaraldehyde and formaldehyde fumes.
Last day to drop with instructor or departmental approval is October 24, 1997; the course will appear on your transcripts. (See "Schedule of Classes").
Call 229-4444 to determine if classes or lab or exams are cancelled due to an emergency.
For the bio.sci. web site, access: http://www.uwm.edu/Dept/Biology/.
For the old exams web site, access://www.uwm.edu/mc/exams.