Human Anatomy - BIOL 71
Dr. Marcos Gridi-Papp
Dept. of Biological Sciences
This course is a comprehensive introduction to the structure of the human body.
It will provide a key foundation for studies of health sciences.
It will also provide an important foundation for students interested in non-human biology, by using the best known vertebrate (man) to show how an organism is structured.
The course will focus on macroscopic anatomy and function, but it will offer basic notions of cellular structure.
Some aspects of evolutionary history and clinical application will also be discussed.
Syllabus with intro, goals, lecture and practical programs.
Sakai website (requires UOP login).
Copyright (c) 2009 Marcos Gridi-Papp.
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