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    Logan University
   
 
  Oct 23, 2017
 
 
    
2017 Fall Academic Catalog
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PYSO10202 Physiology I

4 Credit(s)
Lecture Credit: 4
Contact Hr/Week Lecture: 4
Contact Hr/Term: 60
This course, the first of a sequence of 3 Physiology courses, introduces the core principles of physiology.  The concepts of homeostasis, membrane transport and electrophysiology are introduced.  The course’s main focus is Neurophysiology.  It covers electrical potentials, the general organization of the nervous system, the special senses, the general senses, and the corresponding pathways.   The course also discusses spinal reflexes, the ANS (autonomic nervous system), and links brain regions to corresponding functions. Prerequisites: Trimester 2 standing, PYSO 10101  Cell Biology, ANAT 10102  Histology



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