BIO 211 - Anatomy and Physiology I
Focuses on an integrated approach to life science centering around the human body. Discusses life functions necessary to power the human body such as ingestion, digestion, absorption, metabolism, circulation, respiration and excretion. The skeletal system provides the basis for an understanding of support of the body. Structure and function of the cell are stressed with its relationship to other levels of organization within the body such as tissues, organs and organ systems. Discuss inorganic, organic and biochemistry essential to life processes. Students retaking this course must repeat both the lab and lecture. (Science Elective). This course is not recommended for students in developmental reading.
Co-requisite: NONE
Prerequisite: CHM 095 or CHM 105 or CHM 111 or CHM 115 or CHM 121 or PHY 115 or equivalent
Credits: 0 to 4(Lec: 0 to 3 Lab: 0 to 3)
School: Sci Techn Eng & Math
Department: Life and Natural Sciences
Attributes: General Elective





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