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BIO 123: Human Biology

This course focuses on the wonderous actions of the human body. Students learn how several vital body functions occur subconsciously, such as the rhythmic beating of the heart or the digestion of nutrients after a meal. Topics include how the brain works, how muscles contract, and how kidneys produce urine, and the remarkable biology associated with reproduction. Students use this understanding to elucidate diseases such as diabetes and hypertension. Students attend class plus one two-hour laboratory per week. Offered annually.

Biology

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...consider completing the biology major including BIO 123 or BIO 243 as one of their...

Biomolecular Science

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...125 , CHEM 126 , and BIO 227 . 2 CHEM 121 and CHEM 123 can substitute for...

Chemistry

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...Chem/Bio II: Thermodynamics and Kinetics with Bio...A: CHEM 121 & CHEM 123 & CHEM 126 General...

Environmental Studies

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...1.00 BIO 261 Ecological Principles BIO 226...2 2.00 ENVST 123 Geophysics: Perspectives on...