Sep 23, 2020  
Fall 2017 Catalog 
    
Fall 2017 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

BI 117 - Laboratory for BI 112


Credit Hours: 1.5

The laboratory will deal with vertebrate anatomy and physiology. This will be followed by a study of fundamental ecological techniques.

Course Outcomes
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

  • cardiopulmanary fitness: Explain the implications of cardiopulmonary fitness and the techniques used to measure heart and lung functions;
  • frog and pig disscection: Name and recognize the external features and major muscles of the frog, the bones of the frog (and compare to the bones in a human skeleton), and name the internal organs and blood vessels of the frog. Also name and identify the external features of the head and neck, internal organs, blood vessels and reproductive systems of the fetal pig;
  • shark and sheep dissection; physiology of the nervous system: Identify features of the shark ear, sheep and shark eyes. Compare and identify features of the shark, sheep and human brains; and
  • bacteriology: Demonstrate how to make a bacterial slide, smear, and Gram's stain; identify the morphology of bacteria seen in the microscope, and demonstrate how to test antibiotics against bacteria.


Concurrent Registration: BI 112
F/S (C, N, S)