This course examines the concepts of anatomy and physiology as they are found in the human organism. Presentations are on the basis of structure, function, and interaction in the areas of cardiology, blood, respiration, lymphatics, digestion, nutrition, renal, water balance, reproduction and development. Three-hour lecture, two-hour lab. Course fee required. Prerequisite: C- or better in BIO 21404.
Offered Spring for 4 Semester hours.