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									                           LEXINGTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                            BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES & NURSING
                                     Summer I 2005




                                       BSL 111
                            HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II
                                LABORATORY SYLLABUS

                                           0 CREDIT HOURS
                                          2 CONTACT HOURS

                                        PREREQUISITE: BSL 110


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The laboratory portion of BSL 111 is designed as a “hands on” experience that corresponds to the lecture
portion of the course. Anatomical models, computer programs, charts, slides of microscopic tissue
sections, physiological experiments and preserved specimens for dissection will be used to reemphasize
principles and structures discussed in lecture.


PERSONNEL:
Summer Chair:           Dr. David Wachtel           RM 230 MB          257-4872 ext. 4158

Program Coordinator:    Marian Cothran               RM 303C OB        257-4872 ext. 4030

Course Coordinator:     Dr. Molly Frisbie           RM 306C OB        257-4872 ext. 4031

Division Secretary:     Phyllis Mulcahy             RM 303 OB          257-4872 ext. 4001

Instructor:             Name:            Dr. Jessica Hoane
                        Office:          333 Gluck Equine Research Center
                        Office Hours:    by appointment only
                        Phone:           257-4757 ext. 81213 or 81167 email: jshoan2@uky.edu




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General Education Learning Outcomes/Course Objectives/Instructional Objectives:

COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY

         Learning Outcome: Students will be able to listen with comprehension

               Course Objective: Use anatomical and physiological terminology to comprehend and
                communicate information on body structure and function.
               Instructional Objective: Students will complete practical exams based upon their study of
                models, specimens, micrographs and CD Rom assignments for all body systems covered.

THINK CRITICALLY

         Learning Outcome: Students will be able to integrate knowledge

               Course Objective: Explain the interrelationships between organ systems and
                physiological processes.
               Instructional Objective: Students will utilize data from experimental studies to explain
                the physiological principles of body systems.

               Course Objective: Recognize the complimentary relationship of structure and function
                and describe the basic metabolic processes of the organ systems
               Instructional Objective: Students will complete CD Rom assignments and exam
                questions which test their understanding of structure/function relationships within body
                systems.

LEARN INDEPENDENTLY

         Learning Outcome: Students will be able to apply learning

               Course Objective: Explain basic principles of inorganic and organic chemistry as they
                apply to physiological processes.
               Instructional Objective: Students will conduct experiments which illustrate chemical
                concepts including respiratory gas exchange, urinalysis, blood chemistry.

               Course Objective: Explain the major homeostatic mechanisms utilized by each body
                system in response to internal and external environmental changes.
               Instructional Objective: Students will utilize experimental data and information
                presented via clinical case studies to illustrate and comprehend homeostasis in each body
                system studied.

EXAMINE RELATIONSHIPS IN DIVERSE AND COMPLEX ENVIRONMENTS

         Learning Outcome: Students will be able to define the relationship of self to the
          biological/physical environment.

               Course Objective: Explain the physiological and anatomical mechanisms of common
                dysfunction
               Instructional Objective: Students will compare normal and abnormal values for a variety
                of physiological parameters obtained through experiments and clinical case studies and
                will utilize these to identify common pathologies such as anemia, hypertension, cardiac
                arrhythmias, acid base imbalance, endocrine disorders etc.
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INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS:

Required Texts:

Laboratory Manual is available at LCC Bookstore.


LABORATORY POLICIES FOR ALL BSL 111 LABS:

MAKE-UP POLICIES;
           All excused absences (see below) must have written documentation.

          1.      Missed Quizzes – If a quiz is missed, written documentation for an excused absence (see
                  below) must be provided.

          2.      Missed lab - If a student misses a lab there will be no make-ups. It is the student's
                  responsibility to learn the missed information during open lab.

                  *** There are 3 labs that involve data collection and require active participation and
                  presence during the lab. The data and written reports collected from these exercises are
                  due at the end of the lab and are worth significant points. These labs cannot be made up
                  during open lab. The following options exist if one of these labs is missed:
                  a).      attend another lab later in the week only by consent of the instructor.
                  b.)      provide written documentation of your excused absence. You will not be
                  penalized for the points missed but will be responsible for the information on the lab
                  exam.
                  c.)      Receive 0 points for that lab.

          3.      Missed lab practical exam - Students must complete lab exams during their scheduled
                  lab period – no exceptions!! If a student misses a lab practical exam for a legitimate
                  reason (see "excused absences" for LCC Rules), a student may receive permission to
                  attend another lab exam that same week, if written documentation of the excused
                  absence is provided. A student should call the instructor immediately to schedule the
                  exam with another section. After the week of the lab practical, a make-up exam is not
                  feasible. A student must call the instructor within 7 days if he/she misses an exam.

          Excused Absences include only:
          - Illness of the student or serious illness or death of a member of the student's
          immediate family

          - College sponsored or approved trips

          - Major religious holidays - instructor must be notified no later than the last day of
          the drop period.

Attendance: There will be no formal attendance policy but students are strongly advised to attend all
laboratory sessions.

Removal of laboratory equipment, models, supplies, specimens from the laboratory is stealing and will be
grounds for dismissal from the course.

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Grading:

        Exams = 3 at 100 points each = 300 points
        Quizzes = 7/8 (drop the lowest quiz) at 13 points each = 91 points
        Experimental worksheets = 70 points
        Case Studies = 60 points
        Total points = 521

Written and Late Work Policy: All case studies and written work must be given to the instructor at the
       beginning of the lab in which they are due. Some exercises are due at the end of the laboratory.
       Reports that are late, or in which you are not present to participate will receive a zero unless you
       have an excused absence . You may want to make copies of assignments before turning them in,
       so that you can take notes during class discussion.

 Withdrawal Policy: A student must withdraw from lecture class. Those policies are stated in the lecture
syllabus.

Cheating: Cheating will not be tolerated. This includes plagiarism as well as cheating on an exam.
Plagiarism involves copying homework exercises, experimental worksheets, and case study reports from
fellow students.

No eating, drinking, chewing nor smoking in the lab at any time. Failure to abide by this policy is
grounds for dismissal from the course.

Safety: All LCC or OSHA requirements and safety precautions must be followed in all laboratory
sessions especially in those labs involving body fluids

Open Lab – open lab hours will be posted on the laboratory door (OB 322). Open lab will close at noon
on the Friday preceding a lab test.

Children: Children are not permitted in the laboratory during scheduled labs or open lab sessions for
safety-related reasons.

Any other policies are at the instructor’s discretion.


REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS:

If you have a special need that may require an accommodation or assistance, please inform me of that
fact as soon as possible and no later than the end of the second class meeting.

CODE OF STUDENT CONDUCT:

All rules and regulations set forth in the current edition of the Code of Student Conduct will be followed
in this course. It is the student's responsibility to access this on the Web at
http://www.kctcs.edu/student/code.htm


EOA: The University of Kentucky is an Equal Opportunity Institution.



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                  READ YOUR LAB EXERCISES BEFORE YOU COME TO LAB!!

                          LABORATORY SCHEDULE FOR BSL 111
                                   Summer I 2005

Date                    TOPIC

May       10            No Lab

          11/12         Blood Lab
                        Anatomy of the Cardiovascular System
                        QUIZ—Blood Cell Chart (pg. 2), Heart Anatomy (pg. 14-15)

          16/17         Human Cardiovascular Physiology
                        QUIZ—Blood Pressure Terms (pg. 25), Label ECG/Describe Waves (pg. 21)

          18/19         Cardiovascular Case Study Due
                        Review of Cardiovascular Labs
                        QUIZ—Cardiovascular Mediaphys Exercises (pg. 38-40)

          23/24         Lab Exam I (Blood & Cardiovascular)

          25/26         Anatomy of Respiratory System
                        Respiratory System Physiology
                        QUIZ-- Label Diagram of Respiratory System and Respiratory Mediaphys
                        Exercise (pg. 60-61)

          30/31         No labs
                        Gross Anatomy of Digestive System (on your own)

June      1/2           Anatomy of Renal System
                        Renal Physiology Lab
                        QUIZ-- Label Diagram of Urinary System (pg. 56-59) and Terms (pg. 74)

          6/7           Review of Renal & Respiratory Labs
                        Microscopic Anatomy of Digestive System
                        QUIZ—Label Diagram of Digestive System

          8/9           Lab Exam II (Respiratory, Digestive, Renal)

          13/14         Endocrine Anatomy
                        Male/Female Reproductive Anatomy
                        QUIZ—Label Diagrams of Male/Female Reproductive Systems (pg. 87-88)

          15/16         Endocrine Case Studies due
                        Review of Endocrine and Reproductive Labs
                        QUIZ—Endocrine Chart (pg. 97-100)

          20            Lab Exam III (Endocrine, Reproduction) (both sections meet on Monday)



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