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BIOL 3405
Human Physiology
Four semester hours.

A study of the function of the human body including cell function, tissue functions, homeostasis, metabolism, nervous system, endocrine system, muscle function, cardiovascular system, breathing and gas exchange, digestive system, urinary system, water and electrolyte balance, acid base balance. Prerequisite: Twelve hours of Biology, BIOL 3403, and junior standing. Lecture/Laboratory. Lab fee: $27.25.

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