BIOL 425- General Physiology
Chemical and physical functions of organisms including maintenance of homeostasis, water balance, metabolism, movement, gas exchange, and hormonal regulation, with emphasis on human systems and comparisons to other animals and to plants. Analysis of current literature and case studies, use of relevant instrumentation, and interpretation of data. Includes a service-learning component. Prerequisites: Chemistry 111 and 112, and C or better in Biology 201.
Three lecture hours and three laboratory hours.
Four semester hours.