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Anatomy and Physiology II

(the inner tube)     

Larry M. Frolich, Ph.D.

E-mail:  lfrolich@mdc.edu

   

 

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LAB LECTURE  Part I.  The Chest:  Oxygen to the Cells
Oct 26
Oct 31
Oct 26 Basic Body Plan and Embryology (the inner tube)

Text Chapters: 1, 28 (3, 4)

Oct 26
Oct 31
Oct 31

Lungs and Breathing Text Chapters:  22

Nov 2

Nov 7

Nov 2

Heart and Circulation

Text Chapters: 18, 19

Nov 2

Nov 7

Nov 7

Blood and Immunity
COMPENDIUM REVIEW ONE

Text Chapters: 17, 20, 21

 

Nov 9

EXAM ONE

All material from Part I
LAB LECTURE Part II.  The Abdomen:  Nutrients to the Cells         (drawings)  

 

Nov 9
Nov 14

Nov 14

Gut and Digestion

Text Chapters: 23

Nov 9
Nov 14

Nov 16

LIver and Metabolism
The Problem with Cholesterol

Text Chapters: 23, 24

Nov 16
Nov 21
Nov 21 Pancreas and Glucose Regulation
The Problem of Diabetes
(COMPENDIUM REVIEW TWO)

Text Chapters: 23, 24

Nov 16
Nov 21
Nov 23
(at home)
Kidneys and Electrolyte Balance

Text Chapters: 25, 26

  Nov 28

EXAM TWO

 

All material from Part II

Last Date to withdraw:  November 27, 2017

LAB LECTURE Part III.  The Pelvis:  Making a New Human

Nov 28

Nov 30

Nov 30 Pelvis:  Where Inner and Outer Tubes Meet

Text Chapters: 7, 10

Dec 5

Dec 7

Dec 5 Reproduction and Endocrine Function

Text Chapters: 27, 16

Dec 5

Dec 7

Dec 7 Pregnancy, Fetal Development and Childbirth

Text Chapters:  28

Dec 12
Dec 14
Dec 12

Genetics, Inheritance and Human Evolution
Human Population and Resource Use

COMPENDIUM REVIEW THREE

Text Chapters: 29

  Dec 14

EXAM THREE

All material from Part III

 

 

On Self-Knowledge
 Kahlil Gibran

Your hearts know in silence the secrets of the days and the nights.
But your ears thirst for the sound of your heart's knowledge.
You would know in words that which you have always known in thought.
You would touch with your fingers the naked body of your dreams.


And it is well you should.
The hidden well-spring of your soul must needs rise and run murmuring to the sea;
And the treasure of your infinite depths would be revealed to your eyes.
But let there be no scales to weigh your unknown treasure;
And seek not the depths of your knowledge with staff or sounding line.
For self is a sea boundless and measureless.


Say not, "I have found the truth," but rather, "I have found a truth."
Say not, "I have found the path of the soul." Say rather, "I have met the soul walking upon my path."
For the soul walks upon all paths.
The soul walks not upon a line, neither does it grow like a reed.
The soul unfolds itself like a lotus of countless petals.

 

 


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