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2010-2011 Academic Year

Arts and Science Departments, Programs and Courses Anatomy and Cell Biology Courses of Instruction


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ENROLMENT LIMITATION
All courses in the Department have an enrolment limit. Students meeting the minimum prerequisites are not guaranteed positions.
NOTE A standard white laboratory coat is required for all laboratory courses.
AVAILABILITY
The Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology does not offer all of the courses listed in the Calendar every year. For the most up-to-date information on the availability of courses offered in the current year, check QCARD or consult with the departmental office.
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ANAT-100*/0.5 Anatomy of the Human Body
This web-based anatomy course is designed to introduce to students the basic structure and functional relationship of the human body. Through a series of 5 study modules, students will learn about the basic language of Gross Anatomy and Histology in order to understand the working of various body systems. This course is also suitable for individuals who have a general interest in human anatomy.
NOTE May not be taken concurrently with or subsequently to ANAT 215*, ANAT 216*, ANAT 312*, ANAT 315*, ANAT 316*.
Offered only as a distance course. Consult Continuing and Distance Studies.
EXCLUSIONS ANAT 101*, IDIS 150.
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ANAT-101*/0.5 Introductory Human Anatomy 3L;2P
A basic anatomy course with an emphasis on clinical relevance of structure and function of human body systems.WinterTerm.
NOTE May not be taken concurrently with or subsequently to ANAT 215*, ANAT 216*, ANAT 312*, ANAT 315*, ANAT 316*.
NOTE Material Fee: estimated cost $5.
PREREQUISITE    4U Biology or equivalent.
EXCLUSIONS ANAT 100*, IDIS 150.
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ANAT-215*/0.5 Principles of Human Morphology I 3L;2P
The general principles of human structure and function as appreciated through a survey of the morphological sciences, including: history of anatomy; embryology; neuroanatomy; developmental, microscopic and gross anatomy of the locomotor system. Fall Term.
NOTE May not be taken concurrently with or subsequently toANAT 315*or ANAT 316*.
NOTE Material Fee: estimated cost $5.
PREREQUISITES BIOL 102* and BIOL 103* (or BIOL 101),or BIOL 201* and BIOL 202*; or permission of the Department. Priority will be given to students enrolled in the Life Sciences SSP program.
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ANAT-216*/0.5 Principles of Human Morphology II 3L;2P
The general principles of human structure and function as appreciated through a survey of the development, microscopic and gross anatomy of the body systems: cardiovascular, respiratory, immune/lymphatic, endocrine, digestive and genitourinary. Winter Term.
NOTE May not be taken concurrently with or subsequently toANAT 315*or ANAT 316*.
NOTE Material Fee: estimated cost $5.
PREREQUISITE ANAT 215*; or permission of the Department. Priority will be given to students enrolled in the Life Sciences SSP program.
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ANAT-309*/0.5 Functional Histology 3L;2P
An outline of basic mammalian tissues. PREREQUISITES BIOL 102* and BIOL 103* (or BIOL 101),or BIOL 201* and BIOL 202*; or permission of the Department.
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ANAT-312*/0.5 Functional Neuroanatomy 3L;2P
Study of the structure and function of the nervous system by lectures, hands-on laboratories, brain dissection, and readings. Topics include, but are not limited to, sensory and motor systems, brain imaging, and clinical examples.
NOTE Material Fee: estimated cost $5.
PREREQUISITES ANAT 215* and ANAT 216*, or ANAT 309*; or permission of the Department.
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ANAT-315*/0.5 The Human Musculoskeletal System 3L;2P
Gross and functional anatomy of the back, body wall, upper and lower limbs, including blood supply and neural controls. Fall Term.
NOTE Material Fee: estimated cost $5.
PREREQUISITES BIOL 102* and BIOL 103* (or BIOL 101),or BIOL 201* and BIOL 202*, or PHED 153*; or permission of the Department.
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ANAT-316*/0.5 The Human Visceral Systems 3L;2P
Gross and functional anatomy of the thorax, abdomen and pelvis, head and neck. Winter Term.
NOTE Material Fee: estimated cost $5.
PREREQUISITES BIOL 102* and BIOL 103* (or BIOL 101),or BIOL 201* and BIOL 202*, or PHED 153*; or permission of the Department.
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NSCI-323*/0.5 Cellular Neuroscience 3L;1T
For a complete description, see Life Sciences.
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NSCI-324*/0.5 Systems Neuroscience 3L;1T
For a complete description, see Life Sciences.
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ANAT-409*/0.5 Selected Topics in Histology 2L;2P
A focused histological and cell biological study of three selected mammalian tissues, organs and/orsystems. PREREQUISITE ANAT 309* or permission of the Department.
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LISC-414*/0.5 Progress in Neuroanatomy and Neuropharmacology 3L
For a complete description, see Life Sciences.
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ANAT-416*/0.5 Biology of Reproduction 3L/S
Comprehensive overview of cellular and molecular biology of mammalian reproduction including gametogenesis, fertilization, early embryo development and placentation; selected topics of clinical aspects of reproduction. Participation in seminars and group discussion is required. PREREQUISITES ANAT 215* and ANAT 216*, or ANAT 309* or permission of the Department.
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ANAT-417*/0.5 Mammalian Embryonic Development 3L/S
Comprehensive overview of cellular and molecular mechanisms that direct embryogenesis including gastrulation, neurulation, establishment of body axes, differentiation, sex determination, limb development, organogenesis and teratology. Participation in seminar presentations and group discussions is required. To be offered in alternate years. PREREQUISITES ANAT 215* and ANAT 216*, or ANAT 309* or ANAT 416* or permission of the Department.
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LISC-422*/0.5 Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience 1L;2S
For a complete description, see Life Sciences.
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LISC-426*/0.5 Current Concepts in Sensorimotor Neuroscience 3S
For a complete description, see Life Sciences.
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NSCI-429*/0.5 Disorders of the Nervous System 3L
For a complete description, see Life Sciences.
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LISC-454*/0.5 Cardiovascular Sciences 2L;1S/P
For a complete description, see Life Sciences.
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ANAT-499/1.5 Research Project in Anatomy and Cell Biology 10P;2T
An examination of the development and present state of knowledge in selected research areas of Anatomy and Cell Biology. Research project involves experimental design, data collection and analysis, written report, poster presentation and oral presentation. Students will be required to attend seminars and tutorials on topics related to research. Limited enrolment; restricted to fourth year honours, permission of the department required.
NOTE Students whose research requires the care and/or handling of animals must also register in LISC 488/0.0.
PREREQUISITES ANAT 215* and ANAT 216*, or ANAT 309*, or ANAT 315* and ANAT 316*; permission of the Department; admission to the fourth year of a B.Sc.(Hons.) program.
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Arts and Science Departments, Programs and Courses Anatomy and Cell Biology Courses of Instruction
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