Physiology

Biology 312

Usual Description

This course explores the function of the body, from the molecular level (e.g., generation of electrical signals in the nervous system) to the organismal level (e.g., adaptations to pregnancy, exercise, or extreme environments). Classes and laboratories study the physiology of excitable cells (e.g., nerves and muscles), cardiovascular system, lungs and respiratory system, kidneys and renal system, and reproduction. Emphasis is given to strengthening skills related to analysis, synthesis, and evidentiary reasoning.

Sample Syllabus

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Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Biology 312 Taught by Taylor Allen
Biology 312 Taught by Taylor Allen
Biology 312
Biology 312 Taught by Taylor Allen
Biology 312 Taught by Taylor Allen
Biology 312 Taught by Taylor Allen
Biology 312 Taught by Taylor Allen
Biology 312 Taught by Taylor Allen
Biology 312 Taught by Taylor Allen
Biology 312 Taught by Taylor Allen