RBM1518 - Human Physiology 1
|1.||Describe and relate the structure and function of the cardiovascular, urinary, respiratory and gastrointestinal systems and the role of genetics to normal physiological processes;|
|2.||Describe how the cardiovascular, urinary, respiratory and gastrointestinal systems act and interact to maintain homeostasis;|
|3.||Develop and demonstrate basic understanding of the experimental techniques, recording and critical analysis of data and report writing.|
|Exercise||In-class quizzes (lab)||15%|
|Exercise||Guided inquiry worksheet (3x10% each)||30%|
|Laboratory Work||Lab Reports (2x 12.5% each and 750 words each)||25%|
|Test||Tests x3 (30mins each)||30%|
Human Physiology: From cells to systems, 9th ed.
Sherwood, L. (2015),
Boston, MA: Cengage Learning
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