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1 Modesto Junior College Course Outline of Record AP 150 I. OVERVIEW The following information will appear in the catalog AP 150 Integrative Anatomy and Physiology 5 Units Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of BIO 116 or BIO 101 or BIO 11 An intense one semester study of the general structure and function of the human body with an emphasis on integrative functions of the organ systems. Includes organ, tissue and cellular interrelationships; cellular communication; blood movement and hemostasis; fluid balance; respiration; digestion; and reproduction. Intended for students entering health professions that accept a one semester cours Field trips are not require (A-F or P/NP - Student choice) Lecture /Lab /Discussion Transfer: (CSU, UC) General Education: (MJC-GE: A ) (CSU-GE: B2, B3 ) (IGETC: 5B ) II. LEARNING CONTEXT Given the following learning context, the student who satisfactorily completes this course should be able to achieve the goals specified in Section III, Desired Learning: A. COURSE CONTENT Required Content: Celular physiology and anatomy i ii Cellular chemical composition Protein synthesis Membrane transport Tissue of the body i ii Epithelial tissues Connective tissues Muscle and nervous tissue Organization of the body and skin i ii Body regions and planes Organs and organ systems Structure and function of skin Skeletal system i Structure of bone Structure of the skeleton Division: Science, Math & Engineering 1 of 9

2 ii Joints and movement Muscular system i ii Structure of skeletal muscle Muscle physiology Muscle mechanics Neuromuscular communication Nervous system - nervous tissue, nerves, and spinal cord i ii Structure of nervous tissue, nerves, and spinal cord Neuron physiology Synaptic communication Spinal reflexes Nervous system - brainstem and brain i Brain stem and hypothalamus Cerebellum and cerebral cortex Cardiovascular system blood i ii Blood composition Hemostasis Lymphocytes and immunity Cardiovascular system heart i ii Structure of the heart Cardiodynamics Cardiac muscle physiology Control of cardiac rate and force Cardiovascular system blood vessels i ii Structure of blood vessels Hemodynamics Fluid compartments Control of vascular constriction k. Respiratory system airways and lungs Division: Science, Math & Engineering 2 of 9

3 i ii Behavior of gases Ventilatory dynamics Gas exchange l. Digestive system i ii Structure of the gastrointestinal tract Digestion Nutrient absorption and use Control of digestion m. Urinary s ystem i ii Structure of the kidney Renal filtration Urine formation Control of fluid and electrolytes n. Respiratory, cardiovascular and urinary systems integration i ii Cellular respiration and metabolism Control of blood gases and ph Cardiorespiratory renal integration o. Autonomic nervous system and endocrine system i ii Cellular respiration and metabolism Autonomic neurotransmiters and control of organs Endocrine glands and hormones Endocrine control of organs p. Reproductive system i ii Structure of the male and female reproductive tracts Gametogenesis Menstrual cycle Homeostasis during pregnancy Required Lab Content: Division: Science, Math & Engineering 3 of 9

4 Cellular anatomy, chemistry, and physiology i ii Identification of cellular structures Identification of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids Simulation of membrane transport Tissues of the body i ii Identification of epithelial tissues Identification of connective tissues Identification of muscle and nervous tissues Organization of the body and skin i ii Identification of body regions Identification of organs Identification of structures of the skin Skeletal system i Identification of bones of the axial skeleton Identification of bones of the appendicular skeleton Muscular system i Identification of muscles of the axial body Identification of muscles of the appendicular body Nervous system nervous tissue, nerves, and spinal cord i ii Identification of features of neurons and nerves Identification of features of the spinal cord Simulation of spinal reflexes Nervous system cranial nerves and brain i ii Dissection of the brain Identification of the cranial nerves Identification of brain stem regions and nuclei Identification of cortical regions Cardiovascular system blood Identification of blood cells Division: Science, Math & Engineering 4 of 9

5 i Simulation of fluid behavior (fluid physics) Cardiovascular system heart i Dissection of the heart Simulation of the cardiac cycle and cardiac output Cardiovascular system blood vessels i Identification of blood vessels and lymphatic vessels Simulation of vascular constriction and blood flow k. Respiratory system airways and lungs i ii Identification of features of the airways and lun gs Identification of respiratory epithelia Simulation of ventilation l. Digestive system i Identification of GI tract and accessory organs Simulation of nutrient absorption m. Urinary system i ii Identification of features of the kidneys Identification of nephrons and renal tubules Simulation of filtration and reabsorption n. Respiratory, cardiovascular and urinary systems integration Analysis of blood and urine o. Autonomic nervous system and endocrine system i ii Identification of sympathetic and parasympathetic neurons Identification of endocrine glands Identification of features of the hypothalamus and pituitary Simulation of endocrine feedback and control p. Reproductive system i Identification of features of the male reproductive tract Identification of features of the female reproductive tract Division: Science, Math & Engineering 5 of 9

6 B. ENROLLMENT RESTRICTIONS Prerequisites Satisfactory completion of BIO 116 or BIO 101 or BIO 11 Requisite Skills Before entering the course, the student will be able to: k. Explain the fundamental principles and generalizations of biology. Use the scientific method in problem solvin Describe chemical and physical reactions as they relate to biology. Apply biological principles to new situations. Make a scientific drawing and correctly label the drawing including the appropriate scale of the object drawn. Interpret data from a scientific experiment and formulate conclusions. Use the laboratory to formulate ideas relating to a scientific experiment. Explain a laboratory experiment including recording of data, calculating and developing conclusions. Diagram the principles of genetics and the various common types of inheritanc Describe the important energy forming and releasing processes of organisms. Compare and contrast the structure and function of cells and organelles. C. HOURS AND UNITS 5 Units INST METHOD TERM HOURS UNITS Lect Lab Disc D. METHODS OF INSTRUCTION (TYPICAL) Instructors of the course might conduct the course using the following method: Instructors will use lecture and lab demonstrations to explore specific objectives. Insructors will incorporate hands-on use of microscopes, anatomical models and cadaver specimens to explore anatomical structures. Instructors will incorporate hands-on experience with physiological instruments such as spirometers and electrocardiographs, and computer simulations to explore physiological processes. Instructors will use assignments requiring students to compare and explain similarities and differences in anatomical structures. Instructors will use assignments requiring students to explain processes and theories that predict physiological outcomes. Division: Science, Math & Engineering 6 of 9

7 6. 7. Instructors will use assignments requiring students to solve problems in anatomy and physiology and to delineate the steps involved in the solution. Instructors will use assignments requiring students to generate models (flow charts) of physiological processes to explain homeostatic processes. E. ASSIGNMENTS (TYPICAL) EVIDENCE OF APPROPRIATE WORKLOAD FOR COURSE UNITS Time spent on coursework in addition to hours of instruction (lecture hours) Preparing for weekly quizzes and laboratory activities by reading study guide, anatomy atlas and textbook. Answering weekly practice essay questions. Drawing weekly pictures of anatomical structures explored in la Preparation for one exam about every three weeks that covers lecture content and lab activity. Preparation for final comprehensive exam. EVIDENCE OF CRITICAL THINKING Assignments require the appropriate level of critical thinking Students will explain how anatomical structures relate to function and how the cells and organs of the body work together to maintain normal body functioning, for example: i ii v. Explain how the structure of the plasma membrane determines the movement of substances into and out of the cells of the body. Explain how calcium ions allow actin and myosin to interact and thus allow muscle cells to contract Explain how irritation of the bronchial tubes causes bronchoconstriction and thus asthm Explain how irritation of blood vessels causes vasoconstriction and thus high blood pressur Explain how the rate and depth of breathing affect acid/base balance of the blood and thus cellular metabolism. F. TEXTS AND OTHER READINGS (TYPICAL) 3. Book: Martini, F. and Nath, J. (2009). Fundamentals of anatomy and physiology (8th /e). San Francisco, CA Benjamin Cummings. Book: War D. G. (2010). Atlas of Anatomy for Allied Health (2nd/e). Eden Prairie, MN bluedoor, LLC. Manual: Ward, D. G.. Integrative Anatomy and Physiology with Laboratory Exercises. dgward III. DESIRED LEARNING A. COURSE GOAL As a result of satisfactory completion of this course, the student should be prepared to: Division: Science, Math & Engineering 7 of 9

8 identify gross and microscropic anatomical structures of cells and organs of the human body, relate them to their function, and explain how cells and organs of the body work together to maintain normal body functioning, as preparation for prerequisite and requisite coursework for allied health professions. B. STUDENT LEARNING GOALS Mastery of the following learning goals will enable the student to achieve the overall course goal. Required Learning Goals Upon satisfactory completion of this course, the student will be able to: describe the major chemical components of cells and body fluids. describe the general function and microscopic structure of cells, including metabolism, protein synthesis, and membrane transport, and cellular communication and signal recognition. identify and describe the microscopic structure and function of specific tissues represented in each organ system. identify and describe the structure and general function of the skin. identify and describe the gross structure and function of the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems, and explain their role in the control of movement. identify and describe the gross structure and function of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, and explain their role in the control of oxygen delivery to the body. identify and describe the gross structure and function of the digestive and urinary systems and explain their role in nutrient and fluid metabolism. describe the role of the cardiovascular, respiratory, digesive, and urinary system in fluid and electrolyte balanc identify and describe the gross structure and function of the autonomic nervous system and endocrine system, and explain their role in the control and regulation of the organs of the body. identify and describe the gross structure and function of the reproductive system. Lab Learning Goals Upon satisfactory completion of the lab portion of this course, the student will be able to: k. l. 1dentify and name the major structures of the cell. Identify, distinguish and name the major tissues found in organs. Identify and name the major organs of the body and the structures of skin. Identify and name the major bones in the skeleton. Identify and name the major muscles in the body Identify and name the major structures of the brain, brain stem and spinal cor Identify and name the major structures of the heart and the major arteries and veins of the body. Identify and name the major structures of the heart and the major arteries and veins of the body. Measure the electrical activity of the heart and identify the major waves of an ECG tracin Identify the major structures of the lungs and airways and measure respiratory volumes. Identify and name the major structures of the gastrointestinal and urinary tracts. Identify and name the major components of the autonomic nervous system and endocrine system and name the major neurotransmitters and hormones they produc Division: Science, Math & Engineering 8 of 9

9 m. Identify and name the major structures of the male and female reproductive tracts. IV. METHODS OF ASSESSMENT (TYPICAL) A. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT Written examinations using matching, multiple choice and essay questions based on the objectives for the anatomy and physiology. Completion of problem sets focusing on the use of physiological processes. Laboratory practicum exams focusing on identification of anatomical structures. Completion of laboratory drawings and labeling of anatomical materials B. SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT Cumulative final examination Division: Science, Math & Engineering 9 of 9

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