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|Course Code||BIOL 273|
|Course Title||Principles of Human Physiology 1|
The physiology of major organ systems of the human body. Topics include neurophysiology and peripheral nervous system, muscle, the cardiovascular system, the components of blood, respiratory system and immune system. The combination of BIOL 273 and BIOL 373 covers all of the major topics of human physiology. [Note: BIOL 373L may be required for entrance to certain professional/graduate programs; Offered: F, W and online S]
Typical terms may not reflect online offerings.
|Course Work and Exam||Spring 2021 course outline (note 2)|
|Author(s)||Dr. Vivian Dayeh|
|Special Notes||1) Contact the instructor for consent if requisites are not met.
2) BIOL 273 and BIOL 373 together cover all of the major topics of human physiology.
3) BIOL 273L may be required for entrance to certain professional/graduate programs.
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