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Physiological Sciences 13 – Introduction to Human Anatomy Summer 2018 - Session A Course Objectives: This class will introduce you to the anatomy of the human body. We will use a systemic approach, making our way through all the body’s major systems. Lectures will focus on introducing you to anatomical terms and general orientation. Labs will focus on hands-on instruction with prepared specimens, models, and diagrams. (5 units) Professor: Rana R. Khankan, PhD Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Check CCLE TAs: Jonathan Tung [email protected] 1A, 1B Aly Mulji [email protected] 1C, 1D Maxine Vera Cruz [email protected] 1E, 1F Lecture: MW 2:00PM-3:50PM, La Kretz 110 Lab Room: Life Sciences Building A830 ATTENDANCE AT SCHEDULED LABS IS MANDATORY Appropriate clothing (no shorts, skirts, tank tops, open-toed shoes, etc.) is required for lab. Protective aprons and gloves will be provided. Texts: Human Anatomy, Saladin, 5th edition Lab Manual – UCLA Course Reader Solutions, available at the UCLA bookstore Website: https://ccle.ucla.edu/course/view/181A-PHYSCI13-1 Grading: Course grades will be based on the following: Quizzes (Given online) 20% Written Exam 1 (Covering weeks 1-3) 20% Written Exam 2 (Covering weeks 4-6) 20% Practical Exam 1 (Labs 1-3) 18% Practical Exam 2 (Lab 4-7) 22% There is no extra credit available. Quizzes: Online quizzes will be given during the course on CCLE. These will be multiple choice/answer and true/false, and are mainly designed to keep you up on the readings and lectures. Written Exams: Multiple choice, matching, fill-in-the-blank, and short answer (Ex: describe, explain, outline, draw) questions covering material from the previous eight lectures. WRITTEN EXAM 2 is cumulative only in the sense that we build on concepts throughout the quarter. Written exams are held during lecture on 7/11 and 8/1. Make-up written exams are possible only under extenuating circumstances. You must notify the instructor within 24 hours with verifiable original documentation if you fail to show up for the written exam! Practical Exams: These two exams will cover material from 4 lab sections. You will always have open labs the week of practical exams (as shown below). The second practical exam is NOT cumulative. Note: PRACTICAL EXAMS ARE HELD DURING YOUR REGULAR LAB TIME (7/11-7/12 & 8/1-8/2). NO RESCHEDULING OR MAKE-UP PRACTICAL EXAMS ARE ALLOWED, SO SCHEDULE ACCORDINGLY!Schedule: WK DATE TOPIC READING (ch: pp.) 1 June 25, Monday Basics, Nervous tissue, Central Nervous System, Cranial Nerves 1: All 13: 352-360 14: All 15: 399-426, 427-437 LABS 6/25 & 6/26 MT Lab #1 Brain, Cranial Nerves, and Major Peripheral Nerves Lab 1 June 27, Wednesday Cardiovascular & Respiratory Systems 20: All 21: 564-572 23: All LABS 6/27 & 6/28 WR Lab #2 Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems Lab 2 2 July 2, Monday Epithelium & Digestive System 3: 56-62 24: All LABS 8/29 & 8/30 MT Lab #3 Abdominal and Pelvic Organs Lab 3 July 4, Wednesday NO LECTURE - 4th OF JULY HOLIDAY LABS 7/4 & 7/5 WR NO LABS – 4th OF JULY HOLIDAY 3 July 9, Monday Urogenital Systems 25: 685-688, 695-697 26: All LABS 7/9 & 7/10 MT OPEN LABS Lab 1-3 July 11, Wednesday WRITTEN EXAM 1 LABS 7/11 & 7/12 WR PRACTICAL EXAM 1 1 July 16, Monday Joints, Axial & Upper Limb Skeleton 7: 151-154, 167-175 8: 185-190 9: 206-224 LABS 7/16 & 7/17 MT Lab #4 Bones of the Upper Limb and Vertebral Column Lab 4 July 18, Wednesday Muscle Tissue & Upper Extremity Muscles 10: 236-250 12: 294-309 LABS 7/18 & 7/19 WR Lab #5 Muscles of the Upper Extremity and Back Lab 5 2 July 23, Monday Skull & Lower Limb Skeleton 7: 155-166 8: 190-200 9: 224-232 LABS 7/23 & 7/24 MT Lab #6 Skull and Bones of the Lower Limb Lab 6 July 25, Wednesday Axial & Lower Extremity Muscles 11: 273, 279-285 12: 310-325 LABS 7/25 & 7/26 WR Lab #7 Muscles of the Axial Skeleton and Lower Limb Lab 7 3 July 30, Monday Development & Connective Tissue 3: 54-55, 63-70 4: 85-99 6: All LABS 7/30 & 7/31 MT OPEN LABS Lab 4-7 August 1, Wednesday WRITTEN EXAM 2 LABS 8/1 & 8/2 WR PRACTICAL EXAM


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