BIO111 Section DF - 2017 Winter Term
BIO111: Anatomy and Physiology I Laboratory - 2 Hours
This laboratory component of Human Anatomy and Physiology I is a study of the specific structure and function of the human body beginning with the cell and stressing the chemical processes important in maintenance of homeostasis. The systems studied include integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous and endocrine. Concurrent enrollment in lecture course BIO110 Anatomy and Physiology I is required. Course fees may apply.
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|Connect 2 Semester Access Card for Hole's Human Anatomy & Physiology, 14th Ed.||Shier/Butler/Lewis||1259616371||$195.00||Yes|
2017 Winter Term (November 13th, 2017–February 18th, 2018)
|BIO111: Anatomy and Physiology I Laboratory||DF||Lee-Bond, Sharon||503||M 4:10pm–5:55pm;
Number of classes: 1