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BIĀ 304 Physiology 4 Cr.

A study of the physiologic systems of humans and homeostatic feedback mechanisms that regulate the internal environment. Physical and chemical principles, cell physiology, with emphasis on homeostatic mechanisms and the study of functions of organ systems. 3 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours. Prerequisites: BI 101, CH 104. (Fall, even years).

Chemistry & Biochemistry

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...Spring Cr. Comp. BI 304 Physiology 4 CH 325 Biochemistry II (or BI 226) 4...

Mathematics Curriculum Overview

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...Methodology c2 3 MA 304 Advanced Calculus II...more credit courses from: BI, CE, CH, CS...