This course discusses biological activity at the level of the cell, including cell structure, chemical constituents, architecture, material exchange with the environment, the role of the cell membrane, major energy generating biochemical pathways, cellular respiration, control of cellular activities and basic concepts in genetics. In addition, this course discusses the anatomy and physiology for a number of systems in the human body such as digestive, nervous, reproductive, motor, and endocrine systems.
This course will explore the basic biological structures, processes, concepts, systems and theories of modern biology. The objectives will be to:
After completion of this course, the student will demonstrate basic knowledge in each of the following:
Anatomical and physiological aspects of digestive, reproductive, nervous, muscular, and excretory systems of the human body.
Biology 6th Edition, Neil A. Campbell, Jane B. Reece, Benjamin