Montana State University

Department of Cell Biology & Neuroscience

Montana State University
P.O. Box 173148
Bozeman, MT 59717-3148

Tel: (406) 994-5120
Fax: (406) 994-7077
E-mail: cellbio.msu@gmail.com
Location: 510 Leon Johnson Hall

Department Chair

Frances Lefcort, Ph.D.

 

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BIOH 185: Human Integrative Physiology

Topics and readings, Fall, 2013

Professor: Steven Eiger, Ph.D.

507 Leon Johnson Hall
(406) 994-5612
eiger@montana.edu

Lab Instructor: Sam McColley, M.S.

240 Leon Johnson Hall
(406) 994-2953
samuelmccolley@gmail.com

 

Lecture Topic

Reading from Freeman 4th Ed.

Why study?  
Physiological principles, 814-6*
An Example; Temperature regulation 51-3*, 816-9*
Cells 105-25
Cell membranes 84-6
Membrane transport 89-99*
Endocrine system 140-2, 929-47*
Electricity & diffusion 885-7
Respiration mechanics  
Gas transport  
Respiration, regulation and control  
Muscle, NMJ, E-C coupling 922-6*
Sliding Filament Theory, power stroke  
Muscle types 808, 921-22
Equilibrium potentials 887, 889
Membrane potentials 887-9
Local potentials  
Action potentials 890-4*
Synapses 895-8*
Integration; trigger zones, 898-9*
Sensory receptors 908-9
Central & Autonomic Nervous System 899-900*
Why a cardiovascular system? 811-2*
Blood, the mass transit system 870-1*
The heart, cardiac muscle, electrical events 879-81*
EKG, cardiac cycle 879-81*
Control of cardiac output 882-3*
Blood vessels, overview  
Control of blood pressure 882-3*
Blood Flow, Capillary exchange 876-7*
Body Fluids, Urinary system 832
Kidney, Nephron 833-7
Filtration; GFR 832-3
Reabsorption & secretion 834-7
Water homeostasis 837-8
Salt homeostasis 837

 

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