Human Anatomy & Physiology


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Course Title: Honors Human Anatomy & Physiology

Course Number: 2550

Prerequisites: Successful Completion of Honors or College Preparatory Biology

Credit: 2 Science Credit, Full Year Course

Open To: Grades 11 & 12

Description: This an academically rigorous course designed for students interested in the possibility of pursuing a degree and/or career in the health or biomedical sciences. Concentration is on the anatomy and physiology of human beings. Curriculum includes an extensive introduction to the human body, followed by units in cell biology, human tissue samples, and an in depth focus of several human organ systems. Culminating laboratory includes the dissection of cat for mammalian anatomical comparisons.

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Chapter 1:  An Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology

Chapter 2:  Biochemistry

Chapter 3
:  Cells

Chapter 4:  Cellular Metabolism

Chapter 5: Tissues(Histology)

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Chapter 6:  Skin and the Integumentary System

Chapter 7:  The Skeletal System

Chapter 8:  The Muscular System

Chapter 9
:  The Nervous System