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130.206. Anatomy and Physiology

Course Description: In Anatomy and Physiology, students conduct laboratory and field investigations, use scientific methods during investigations, and make informed decisions using critical thinking and scientific problem solving. Students in Anatomy and Physiology study a variety of topics, including the structure and function of the human body and the interaction of body systems for maintaining homeostasis.

PEIMS Number: 13020600

General Requirements: This course is recommended for students in Grades 10-12. Recommended prerequisites: three credits of science. To receive credit in science, students must meet the 40% laboratory and fieldwork requirement identified in 74.3(b)(2)(C) of this title (relating to Description of a Required Secondary Curriculum).

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UNITS OF STUDY

Unit 1 Orientation to the Human Body

Unit 2 Chemical Processes

Unit 3 Cellular Biology

Unit 4 Tissues

Unit 5 Integumentary System

Unit 6 Skeletal System

Unit 7 Muscular System

Unit 8 Nervous System

Unit 9 Endocrine System

Unit 10 Cardiovascular System: Blood and Blood Vessels

Unit 11 Cardiovascular System: The Heart

Unit 12 Lymphatic System and Immunity

Unit 13 Respiratory System

Unit 14 Digestive System

Unit 15 Urinary System

Unit 16 Reproductive System

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