Course

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

Faculty
Science & Technology
Department
Biology
Course Code
BIOL 1209
Credits
3.00
Semester Length
15 weeks
Max Class Size
Lecture / Tutorial = 35
Method(s) Of Instruction
Lecture
Lab
Tutorial
Typically Offered
To be determined

Overview

Course Description
Human Anatomy and Physiology II is a continuation of the study of the anatomy and physiology of humans. The anatomy and physiology of the endocrine, circulatory, immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems are studied.

Enrolment is usually limited to students in Sport Science programs.
Course Content
  1. The hormones of the endocrine glands will be identified, and the effects of each hormone will be studied.
  2. The composition and functions of the components of the circulatory and lymphatic systems will be described, including blood, the white blood cells, the tissues related to the heart, the conduction system of the heart, and major arteries and veins.
  3. The ABO blood groups, the Rh factor, blood pressure and pulse, and the mechanism of blood clotting will be discussed.
  4. The nature and roles of non-specific resistance, cellular specific immunity, and humoral specific immunity, will be described.
  5. The composition and functions of the major components of the respiratory system will be described.  The mechanism and types of ventilation, the mechanisms of transport of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood, and the nervous control of breathing will be discussed.
  6. The components of the digestive system will be described.  The significance of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins in nutrition and their roles in energy metabolism will be discussed. 
  7. The biochemistry of energy metabolism will be discussed.
  8. The major electrolytes of the body will be described.  The regulation of the electrolyte composition and the regulation of fluid balance will be discussed.
  9. The components of the excretory system will be examined.  The functioning of the nephron in the manufacture of urine will be discussed.
  10. The male and female reproductive structures will be identified and the functioning of the reproductive system will be described.
  11. Human embryonic development will be studied.  Fetal development, labour and lactation will be studied. 
  12. The principles of genetics, as they apply to humans, will be examined.  Modes of inheritance, common genetic disorders, and amniocentesis will be discussed.
  13. Foetal pig dissections will be studied, with particular reference to the respiratory, digestive, cardiovascular, excretory, and reproductive systems.
Learning Activities

This course involves four hours per week of classroom instruction and two hours per week of laboratory activity.  Classroom work will consist of lectures, tutorials, and work in small groups.

Means of Assessment

Evaluation will be carried out in accordance with the Douglas College Evaluation Policy. The instructor will present a written course outline with specific evaluation criteria at the beginning of the semester. Evaluation will be based on the following:

Evaluation Marks
Class tests and assignments    15-25
Laboratory assignments and quizzes   5-15
Laboratory examination - final 10-15
Comprehensive examination - midterm  25-35
Comprehensive examination - final 25-35
TOTAL 100

 

Notes:

1. Laboratory Experiments and Activities

Laboratory work will be assigned each week. The laboratory work must be completed in the week it is assigned. Laboratory experiments and assignments are a compulsory component of this course. A minimum of 50% of the laboratory experiments and assignments must be completed to receive a P or better in the course.


2. Examinations

There will be one midterm and one final examination. The final examination will cover the entire course. If the student achieves a better grade on the final exam than on the midterm examination, the midterm grade will be raised to equal that of the final examination.

 

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of Biology 1209, the student will be able to:

  1. Describe the glands of the endocrine system and name and specify the function of all major hormones.
  2. Describe the structure and functions of the cardiovascular and lymphatic systems.
  3. Describe the origin, composition, and functions of blood.
  4. Describe the basis of the ABO blood groups and explain the significance of this to blood transfusions.
  5. Describe the mechanism of blood clotting.
  6. Describe the basic organization of the immune system, and distinguish between non-specific and specific resistance, and distinguish between cellular and humoral specific immunity.
  7. Describe the structure and function of the respiratory system and describe the transport of gases in the blood.
  8. Describe the basic requirements of human nutrition and describe the roles of various nutrients in the body.
  9. Describe the absorption, transport, storage and metabolic importance of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins.
  10. Describe the gross anatomy of the digestive system and describe the digestion of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins.
  11. Describe energy metabolism, including the processes of glycolysis, Krebs Cycle and the electron transport chain.
  12. Describe the importance of oxygen in respiration and compare aerobic and anaerobic respiration.
  13. Describe the fluid and electrolyte composition of the body and explain how fluid and electrolyte balance is maintained.
  14. Describe the components of the urinary system and explain the process by which the kidney manufactures urine.
  15. Describe the considerations included in a typical urinalysis.
  16. Describe the structure and functioning of the male and female reproductive systems.
  17. Describe embryonic and foetal development and the changes which take place in the mother during foetal development and lactation.
  18. Describe the principles of genetics as they apply to humans and describe the mode of inheritance, and methods of in utero detection of common genetic abnormalities.
  19. Describe the structure and functioning of the major mammalian body systems using a dissected foetal pig as a model.
Textbook Materials

Students should consult the Douglas College Bookstore for the latest required textbooks and materials. For example, textbooks and materials may include:

Marieb, E.N & Hoehn, K.  Human Anatomy & Physiology (Current Edition). Pearson Education Inc. 

Douglas College produced manual:  Biology 1203/1209:  Human Anatomy and Physiology II.

 

Requisites

Prerequisites

(BIOL 1103 or BIOL 1109) or (B.C. Biology 12 with B or better) or (B.C. Anatomy and Physiology 12 with B or better)

Corequisites

No corequisite courses.

Equivalencies

Course Guidelines

Course Guidelines for previous years are viewable by selecting the version desired. If you took this course and do not see a listing for the starting semester / year of the course, consider the previous version as the applicable version.

Course Transfers

These are for current course guidelines only. For a full list of archived courses please see https://www.bctransferguide.ca

Institution Transfer Details for BIOL 1209
Athabasca University (AU) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = AU BIOL 235 (6)
Camosun College (CAMO) DOUG BIOL 1103 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = CAMO BIOL 152 (4) & CAMO BIOL 153 (4)
Camosun College (CAMO) CAMO BIOL 153 (4)
Camosun College (CAMO) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = CAMO BIOL 152 (4) & CAMO BIOL 153 (4)
Capilano University (CAPU) CAPU BIOL 113 (4)
Capilano University (CAPU) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = CAPU HKIN 190 (3) & CAPU KINE 191 (3)
Capilano University (CAPU) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = CAPU BIOL 112 (4) & CAPU BIOL 113 (4)
College of New Caledonia (CNC) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = CNC BIO 111 (3) & CNC BIO 112 (3)
Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = KPU BIOL 1160 (4) & KPU BIOL 1260 (4)
Langara College (LANG) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = LANG BIOL 1190 (3) & LANG BIOL 1191 (3)
North Island College (NIC) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = NIC BIO 160 (3) & NIC BIO 161 (3)
Okanagan College (OC) OC BIOL 133 (3)
Simon Fraser University (SFU) SFU BPK 1XX (3)
Simon Fraser University (SFU) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = SFU BPK 105 (3) & SFU BPK 1XX (3)
Thompson Rivers University (TRU) TRU BIOL 1690 (3)
Trinity Western University (TWU) TWU BIOL 2XX (3)
University of British Columbia - Okanagan (UBCO) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = UBCO BIOL 131 (3) & UBCO BIOL 133 (3)
University of British Columbia - Okanagan (UBCO) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = UBCO HMKN 190 (3) & UBCO HMKN 191 (3)
University of British Columbia - Okanagan (UBCO) UBCO BIOL 1st (3)
University of British Columbia - Vancouver (UBCV) UBCV BIOL 111 (3) or UBCV KIN 191 (3)
University of British Columbia - Vancouver (UBCV) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = UBCV BIOL 153 (7)
University of Northern BC (UNBC) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (4) = UNBC HHSC 111 (4) & UNBC HHSC 112 (4)
University of Northern BC (UNBC) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = UNBC HHSC 111 (4) & UNBC HHSC 112 (4)
University of Northern BC (UNBC) UNBC HHSC 1XX (3)
University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) DOUG BIOL 1103 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = UFV KIN 170 (4) & UFV KIN 1XX (2)
University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = UFV KIN 170 (4) & UFV KIN 1XX (2)
University of Victoria (UVIC) UVIC EPHE 1XX (1.5)
University of Victoria (UVIC) DOUG BIOL 1103 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = UVIC EPHE 141 (1.5) & UVIC EPHE 160 (1.5)
University of Victoria (UVIC) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = UVIC EPHE 141 (1.5) & UVIC EPHE 160 (1.5)
Vancouver Community College (VCC) DOUG BIOL 1203 (3) or DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = VCC BIOL 1220 (4)
Vancouver Community College (VCC) DOUG BIOL 1109 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = VCC BIOL 1120 (4) & VCC BIOL 1220 (4)
Vancouver Community College (VCC) DOUG BIOL 1103 (3) & DOUG BIOL 1209 (3) = VCC BIOL 1120 (4) & VCC BIOL 1220 (4)

Course Offerings

Winter 2023

CRN
Days
Dates
Start Date
End Date
Instructor
Status
CRN
12263
Tue Thu
Start Date
-
End Date
Start Date
End Date
Instructor Last Name
Silvergieter
Instructor First Name
Michael
Course Status
Open
Section Notes

BIOL 1209 001 is restricted to Sport Science and Bachelor of Physical Education and Coaching (BPEC) students until Wednesday, November 30, 2022 at 10:00am. Includes a two-hour lab in addition to the scheduled class times.

Max
Enrolled
Remaining
Waitlist
Max Seats Count
35
Actual Seats Count
8
27
Actual Wait Count
0
Days
Building
Room
Time
Tue Thu
Building
New Westminster - South Bldg.
Room
S1814
Start Time
14:30
-
End Time
16:20
CRN
Days
Dates
Start Date
End Date
Instructor
Status
CRN
12264
Wed Fri
Start Date
-
End Date
Start Date
End Date
Instructor Last Name
Sutton
Instructor First Name
Liza
Course Status
Open
Section Notes

BIOL 1209 002 is restricted to Sport Science and Bachelor of Physical Education and Coaching (BPEC) students until Wednesday, November 30, 2022 at 10:00am. Includes a two-hour lab in addition to the scheduled class times.

Max
Enrolled
Remaining
Waitlist
Max Seats Count
35
Actual Seats Count
30
5
Actual Wait Count
0
Days
Building
Room
Time
Wed Fri
Building
New Westminster - South Bldg.
Room
S1717
Start Time
8:30
-
End Time
10:20
CRN
Days
Dates
Start Date
End Date
Instructor
Status
CRN
13517
Wed Fri
Start Date
-
End Date
Start Date
End Date
Instructor Last Name
Sutton
Instructor First Name
Liza
Course Status
Waitlist
Section Notes

BIOL 1209 003 is restricted to Sport Science and Bachelor of Physical Education and Coaching (BPEC) students until Wednesday, November 30, 2022 at 10:00am. Includes a two-hour lab in addition to the scheduled class times.

Max
Enrolled
Remaining
Waitlist
Max Seats Count
35
Actual Seats Count
34
1
Actual Wait Count
3
Days
Building
Room
Time
Wed Fri
Building
New Westminster - South Bldg.
Room
S1717
Start Time
10:30
-
End Time
12:20