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QUEENSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE The City University of New York Department of Biological Sciences and Geology

BI-302 LABORATORY OUTLINE SPRING 2013 REQUIRED ITEMS FOR LABORATORY: 1. Laboratory Textbook in Anatomy & Physiology, 8th Edition. P. J. Costa, R. G. Cotty, and R. Pollak. Published by Bluedoor Publishing, 2009. 2. Pictorial Anatomy of the Cat, Revised Edition. S. G. Gilbert. Published by University of Washington Press. 3. Students must bring disposable gloves and dissection tools (scissors, forceps, probe, and dissecting needles) to each laboratory session. RECOMMENDED: A Photographic Atlas for the Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory, 7th Edition. K. M. Van De Graaff, D. A. Morton, and J. L. Crawley. Published by Morton Publishing Company. It is strongly recommended that students read the laboratory exercises before attending each lab. LAB

Muscular System I: Lower Limb Cat Dissection and Human Models

Costa Ch. 16: pp 241256, 272282 Gilbert: pp 1617, 3035 Van De Graaff: pp 110, 91101, 169170, 175176 Handouts. Costa Ch. 16: pp 257268, 270282 Gilbert: pp 1829, 3536 Van De Graaff: pp 7682, 170175.

Muscular System II: Trunk Cat Dissection and Human Models

Muscular System III: Head, Neck, Upper Limb Costa Ch. 16: pp 265270, 272282 Cat Dissection and Human Models Gilbert: pp 1829 Van De Graaff: pp 7075, 8187, 172174.

EXAM # 1: Practical (covers labs 13)

Frog Heart Experiment Computer Simulation Exercise PhysioEx & Handout. Costa Ch. 18: pp 297308, 315317; Ch. 21: pp 375379, 381 (heart sounds), 387388 Van De Graaff: pp 121126, 130 Handouts. Costa Ch. 20: pp 353373 Van De Graaff: pp 1516, 121, 129 Handout.

Anatomy of the Heart and ECG Human Models and Sheep Heart

B1ood Blood Typing and Hematocrit Prepared Blood Slides and Models

EXAM # 2: Practical (covers labs 46)

Blood Vessels I: Veins Cat Dissection and Human Models Prepared Slides (Artery and Vein) Costa Ch. 18: pp 309317; Ch. 19: pp 319351 Gilbert: Figures 3642, pp 6074 Van De Graaff: pp 121130, 177184 Handout. Costa Ch. 19: pp 319351; Ch. 21: pp 381388 (blood pressure and pulse)

Blood Vessels II: Arteries Pulse and Blood Pressure

Cat Dissection and Human Models

Gilbert: Figures 3642, pp 6074 Van De Graaff: pp 121130, 177184.

Respiratory System Anatomy and Physiology Cat Dissection and Human Models Prepared Slides, Trachea, and Lung

Costa Ch. 22: pp 389405; Ch. 23: pp 407414 Gilbert: pp 3942, 47 Van De Graaff: pp 134136, 176, 178180 Handouts.


EXAM # 3: Practical (covers labs 79)

Endocrine System Gross Anatomy and Histology Prepared Slides and Human Models Costa Ch. 24: pp 415428 Van De Graaff: pp 113115 Handout. Costa Ch. 27: pp 475488 Gilbert: pp 5259 Van De Graaff: pp 22 (Fig. 3.9), 151155, 182184 Handout. Costa Ch. 26: pp 445463 Gilbert: pp 5259 Van De Graaff: pp 156161, 183184. Costa Ch. 26: pp 437443, 465474 Van De Graaff: pp 161163, 165.


Urinary System Cat Dissection and Human Models Sheep Kidney Urinalysis Reproductive System: Male and Female Prepared Slides Cat Dissection and Models Meiosis, Gametogenesis, and Cleavage Prepared Slides and Models




EXAM # 4: Practical (covers labs 1013).


COURSE GRADING POLICY: Lecture average = 50% of the course grade Laboratory average = 40% of the course grade Departmental Comprehensive Final Exam = 10% of the course grade. Students must earn a passing grade (60% or better) in both lecture and laboratory to pass the course. An average of 59% or below in either the lecture or laboratory will result in a failing grade (F) in the course. There is no curving of grades in this course. No exam results are dropped in computing the grade for any student. Course grades are determined by the students average. **NOTE: DO NOT MISS ANY EXAMS. ALL EXAMS MUST BE TAKEN DURING YOUR NORMALLY SCHEDULED CLASS TIME. If you must miss an exam due to a documented illness or emergency you are entitled to ONE make-up exam. Students must notify the professor about missing an exam. A missed exam must be made up by the last day of classes. The scheduling of a make-up exam is determined by the professor. Note that make-up exams may be more difficult than the original examination!

ATTENDANCE AND LATENESS POLICY: Attendance is required and students are expected to arrive to class on time. Attendance will be taken in each class and the colleges attendance and lateness rules will be enforced. More than two absences in laboratory will result in a WU grade for the course!! No eating or drinking is allowed in the laboratory at any time. *Cell phones must be turned off during class. The use of cell phones is strictly prohibited in the classroom.* *No audio recording is allowed in the class without first requesting and receiving permission from the professor.* *Video recording is strictly prohibited!* CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES: At the end of each laboratory class all students are responsible for: a) leaving the laboratory tables, laboratory material, and laboratory equipment clean and well-organized, b) pushing in all of the stools completely underneath the laboratory tables, and c) following the specific clean-up instructions given by the professor. REQUIRED LECTURE TEXTBOOK: Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology, 9th Edition. F. H. Martini, J. L. Nath, and E. F. Bartholomew. Published by Benjamin Cummings, an imprint of Pearson Education, Inc., 2012. COURSE BLACKBOARD SITE & QCC TIGERMAIL: There is a Course Blackboard Site which contains images of your laboratory models, slides, dissection specimens, and other material. You will receive information about the site through your QCC Tigermail email accounts. It is important that you regularly check your Tigermail throughout the semester to see if you have received any emails about this course. Professor Gheorghe Proteasa is the Coordinator of the Course Blackboard Site (gproteasa@qcc.cuny.edu). STUDENT LEARNING CENTER: The Student Learning Center is located on the first floor of the Library Building. The Center has A&P 2 laboratory models, a microscope, and A&P 2 microscope slides available for students to review. Students are encouraged to go to the Center and study the A&P 2 material available there. The Center also has free tutoring services. BI-302 SERVICE LEARNING HONORS PROGRAM: There is a BI-302 Service Learning Honors Program for eligible students that wish to participate. To be eligible a student must have an overall GPA of 3.2 or higher and must have earned in A&P 1 (BI-301) a grade of B or better. All students registered in the course will be sent an informational email about the program to their Tigermail. Students interested in the program should contact Professor Sharon Ellerton, the Coordinator of the program (sellerton@qcc.cuny.edu). COLLEGE CLOSURES: The closing of the college (for example due to weather) is announced on the colleges website (http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/) and on the QCC General Information Number (7186316262). Students should use these resources to accurately determine any college closures. DISABILITY ISSUES: Students who wish to request accommodation for disabilities need to contact the colleges Office of Services for Students with Disabilities (Science Building, room 132, 718-631-6257). The students should notify the professor(s) within the first two weeks of the course and present to the professor(s) the appropriate documentation from the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities.

Feel free to contact the Course Coordinators: Professors Bryn Mader (M-426, bmader@qcc.cuny.edu) and Scott Sherman (M-204, ssherman@qcc.cuny.edu).