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    Scripps College
  Jan 22, 2018
2017-2018 Scripps Catalog
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BIOL 131L KS - Vertebrate Physiology

Lectures and laboratory exercises focus on mechanisms of physiological regulation with a major emphasis on humans. Topics to be covered include circulation, respiration, regulation of extracellular water and electrolytes, the senses, and neural and hormonal communication. Enrollment limited to 36.  Students may not also take BIOL132L KS  , Comparative Physiology; BIOL140L PO, Animal Physiology; BIOL101 HM, Comparative Physiology; or BIOL103 HM, Comparative Physiology Lab, for credit.

Prerequisite(s): BIOL 043L , BIOL 044L ; or  BIOL 040L   and BIOL 044L ; CHEM 014L  and CHEM 015L ; or CHEM 040L  and CHEM 015L ; or CHEM 029L , or both semesters of the AISS course (AISS 001AL , AISS 001BL , AISS 002AL , AISS 002BL ).
Fee: $50.
Course Credit: 1.0
Offered: Every spring

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