A study of the structure and function of the body relative to basic chemistry, histology, and body systems including skeletal, muscular, respiratory, circulatory, nervous, urinary, gastrointestinal, integumentary, endocrine, and reproductive. Emphasis is on diseases and disorders associated with aging and cancer. It is recommended that students have successfully completed BIO-30 or equivalent before registering in BIO-1152. Not available for supplemental. Instruction (2.0), Lab (1.0). Equivalent to: BIO-152. Requisite Courses: Take BIO-1152L (Required, Concurrent).
BIO-1152 Physiology of Aging - 3.00 credits