BIO 137 Virtual Lab

Welcome to the Virtual Lab for Human Anatomy and Physiology I

The interrelationship of structure and function of each body system will be presented in two semesters. BIO 137 will include basic chemistry, cell structure, cell physiology, metabolism, tissues, and integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems. Lecture: 3 credits. Laboratory: 1 credit.

How to Succeed in BIO 137 While really trying!

Syllabus

Lab Manual

Virtual Labs

Lab Exercise 1: Measurements, Organization of the Body Lab One
Lab Exercise 2: Microscopy and the Cell Lab Two
Lab Exercise 3: Membrane Transport & Cell Cycle Lab Three
Lab Exercise 4: Epithelial and Connective Tissue Proper Lab Four
Lab Exercise 5: Integumentary System; Cartilage, Bone & Blood Lab Five
Lab Exercise 6: Axial Skeleton Lab Six
Lab Exercise 7: Appendicular Skeleton Lab Seven
Lab Exercise 8: Muscular System Lab Eight
Lab Exercise 9: Nervous System Lab Nine
Lab Exercise 10: General & Special Senses Lab Ten

 

Course Personnel

Irene Camargo - BIO137 Course Coordinator
Lawrenceburg Campus, Room 114, Cubicle 3
(859) 246-6467

Becky McCane - Biology Coordinator
Cooper Campus, Oswald Bldg. Room 234A
(859) 246-6442

Tammy Liles - Natural Sciences Assistant Dean
Cooper Campus, Oswald Bldg. Room 234K
(859) 246-6449

Phyllis Cunningham - Division Office Manager
Cooper Campus, Oswald Bldg. Room 234
(859) 246-6445

Derek Fleming - Web Designer
Lawrenceburg Campus, Room 114
(859) 246-6824