Dr. Stuart S. Sumida

California State University San Bernardino; Department of Biology

BIOLOGY 323 – Fall 2013

HUMAN ANATOMY  for UPPER DIVISON BIOLOGY MAJORS

 

Lecture: CS-222, Tuesday/Thursday 10:00-11:50 A.M.

Laboratory Section 1: BI-328, Tuesday/Thursday 3:00-5:50

Laboratory Section 2: BI-328, Monday/Wednesday 9:00-11:50

 

 

LECTURE SCHEDULE, READING ASSIGNMENTS, and DOWNLOADS

 

Week

Date

Topic, Readings, and Downloads

0

9/19

#1 Introduction. The human as a vertebrate. (CM: Chapter 1; SSS1: Introduction and Laboratory 1)

1

9/24

#2 Early development of humans.  (CM: Chapter 1; SSS1:  Laboratories 1-3)

Lecture presented in PL -013 (Pfau Library Basement).

1

9/26

#3 Integument. Axial skeleton – structure and function. (CM: Chapter 2) 

Lecture presented in PL -013 (Pfau Library Basement).

2

10/1

#4 Appendicular skeleton – structure and function. (CM: Chapters 12-14)

Lecture presented in PL -013 (Pfau Library Basement).

2

10/3

#5 Organization of the nervous system – focus on the autonomic nervous system.

3

10/8

#6 Axial musculature – structure and function. (CM: Chapters 2 and 4; SSS1 Lasboratory 5)   Introduction to organization of appendicular musculature.  (CM: Chapter 12)  

3

10/10

First Midterm Examination (through lecture #6) – 150 points.

4

10/15

#7 Musculoskeletal organization of the hind/lower limb. Innervation of the hindlimb.  (CM: Chapters 15-16)

4

10/17

#8 Musculoskeletal organization of the fore/upper limb. Innervation of the hindlimb.  (CM: Chapters 13-14)

5

10/22

#9 Structural overview of the pelvis and perineum (CM: Chapter 11).  Human orthograde locomotion (CM: Chapter 17).

5

10/24

#10 Development and structure of heart and great vessels. (CM: Chapters 6-7)

6

10/29

#11 Peripheral circulatory system; lymphatic system. (Readings on circulatory stuctures at end of CM Chapters 9-11, 13, 15)

Lecture presented in PL -013 (Pfau Library Basement).

6

10/31

Second Midterm Examination (through lecture #10) – 200 points.

7

11/5

#12 Development, structure, and mechanics of respiratory system.  (CM: Chapter 8; SSS2: Laboratory 4)

7

11/7

#13 Development, structure, and mechanics of digestive system.  (CM: Chapter 9)

8

11/12

#14 Development, structure, and mechanics of excretory system.  (CM: Chapter 10)

8

11/14

#15 Development, structure, and mechanics of reproductive system.  (CM: pp. 160-174)

9

11/19

#16 Development, structure, and evolution of the skull and associated innervation.  (CM: Chapters 18, 19, 21)

9

11/21

#17 Cranio-facial soft tissues – structure, function, innervation.  (CM: Chapters 18, 21)

10

11/26

#18 Organization of the neck.  (CM: Chapter 22)

10

11/28

Thanksgiving Holiday.  No class meeting.  Dissect a turkey.

Final

12/5

Final Examination; 10:00-11:50 A.M.  300 points.

 

 

LABORATORY SCHEDULE and READING ASSIGNMENTS

 

All students will do the exercise listed below as well as participate in dissections of human and other mammalian cadaveric specimens under the direction of the course instructors.

 

 

Week

Day

Topic, Readings, and Downloads

1

 Mon

Tues

Early development and organization of the human body. (SSS1: Labs 1-3)

1

Wed

Thurs

Miniquiz (25 points) Adult organization of nervous and skeletal systems (SSS1: Lab 4)

2

Mon

Tues

Finish overview of skeletal system.  (SSS1: Lab 4)

2

Wed

Thurs

Muscular organization and segmental plan of humans. (SSS1: Lab 5)

Begin SSS1, Lab 6.

3

Mon

Tues

Appendicular body plan and function – hind/lower limb (SSS1: Lab 6)

3

Wed

Thurs

Hind/lower limb continued.

4

Mon

Tues

Appendicular body plan and function – fore/upper limb (SSS1: Lab 7)

4

Wed

Thurs

Hind/lower limb continued.

5

Mon

Tues

Organizational overview of abdomen, thorax, and pelvis (SSS2: Lab 3).  Begin SSS2, Lab 4.

5

Wed

Thurs

LABORATORY MIDTERM PRACTICAL (Through upper extremity)

6

Mon

Tues

Structures of the thorax: cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, and nervous components. (SSS2: Lab 4)

6

Wed

Thurs

Structures of the abdomen: cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, and nervous components. (SSS2: Lab 5)  Begin peripheral circulatory system. (SSS2: Lab 6)

7

Mon

Tues

Finish peripheral circulatory system. (SSS2: Lab 6)

7

Wed

Thurs

Structure of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.  (SSS2: Lab 7)

8

Mon

Tues

Structure of the excretory and reproductive systems.  (SSS2: Lab 8)

8

Wed

Thurs

Skeletal organization of the human skull; selected soft tissues of the head (SSS1: Lab 8)

9

Mon

Tues

Soft tissues of the head and neck. Review of the nervous system. (SSS1: Lab 9)

9

Wed

Thurs

Lab review and catchup.

10

Mon

Tues

LABORATORY FINAL PRACTICAL (Cumulative)

10

Wed

Thurs

Thanksgiving Holiday.  No class meeting.  Dissect a turkey.

 

 

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