Dr. Lee H. Lee Spring 2003. 2 Syllabus-Lecture Biology 110 Dr. Lee H. Lee Biology of Human Life Lecture Schedule Week Topics 1 General Introduction of.
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2 Syllabus-Lecture Biology 110 Dr. Lee H. Lee Biology of Human Life Lecture Schedule Week Topics 1 General Introduction of Human Life 2 The Unit of Life : Cells 3 Cell Structure and Function 4 The Continuing of Life : Cell Division 5 Human Genetics Exam I 6 The Function of Human Body 7 The System that form the framework of the body and move it 8 The Digestive system, Nutrition and Diet 9 The Heart, Heart Attack and Circulatory System 10 The Systems that Control Body Function, Nerve System and Endocrine System Exam II 11 The Male and Female Reproductive System 12 Human Population Growth and its Regulation 13 Some Environmental Problems and Energy Crisis 14 Human Aging, Diseases, and Drugs 15 Review
3 Lab Schedule LABORATORY TEXT: MONTCLAIR STATE HUMAN BIOLOGY LABORATORY MANUAL WEEKTOPICPages 1Microscope1-6 2Histology (simple squamous, simple cuboidal, simple columnar, goblet cells, adipose, bones, skin) See lecture text 3Mitosis and Meiosis 10-23 4Blood Types, Human Genetics and Blood Cells 24-32 5TEST 6Bacteria 7-9 7Skeletal System 45-56 8Muscular System 45-56 9TEST 10Dissection of Fetal Pig 57-77, 33-38 11Dissection of Fetal Pig, Sheep heart, Nervous system, Eye 12Blood Pressure, Heart Sounds 81-90 13Respiration, Urinalysis 91-102 14TEST Lab attendance is mandatory. If a lab is missed for an acceptable and verifiable reason, the absence is excused but the lab must be made up. Two or more unexcused lab absences will result in a failure for the entire course. Cheating will also result in failure for the entire course. No food or drinks in the lab. Students must clean up their lab spaces before leaving.
4 What is Life? 1. High Complexity and Organization 2. Metabolism 3. Homeostasis 4. Response to Stimulate 5. Reproduction 6. Development and Growth 7. Adaptation and Mutation 8. Genetic Material of its own
5 The Origin of Life 1. Genesis 2. Spontaneous Generation 3. Heterotroph Hypothesis a. Prebiotic Atmosphere H 2 O, H 2, CH 4 (methane), and NH 3 (ammonia) Primitive Soup Coacervates
6 The Origin of Life – Cont’d b. Earliest Life Form (Proto-organisms) Heterotroph Autotroph Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes
7 Why is Life Diverse? Darwin’s Theory – Natural Selection and Mutation