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Anatomy and Physiology (BIO2006)

Course code

Course group

Volume in ECTS credits

Course hours

BIO2006

C

4

116

Course type (compulsory or optional)

Compulsory

Course level (study cycle)

Bachelor

Semester the course is delivered

Autumn

Study form (face-to-face or distant)

Face-to-face

Course title in Lithuanian

ANATOMIJA IR FIZIOLOGIJA

Course title in English

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

Short course annotation in Lithuanian

Dalyko tikslas – supažindinti studentus su pagrindinėmis žmogaus anatomijos ir fiziologijos teorinėmis ir praktinio tyrimo žiniomis. Kurso metu studentai supažindinami su anatomijos ir fiziologijos samprata, istorija, tyrimo metodais, terminologijos pagrindais, kūno planu; histologijos pagrindais, atramos ir judėjimo organais, nervų sistemos funkcionavimo pagrindais, endokrinine sistema, vidurių sandara ir fiziologija, oda ir jos dariniais, ne inkstų kilmės ekskrecija, homeostaze, sporto fiziologijos pagrindais. Baigę kursą studentai sugebės apibrėžti anatomijos ir fiziologijos esmę, tyrimų metodus, šiuolaikines problemas bei jų sprendimo principus; apibūdinti audinių, organų, organų sistemų anatomiją ir fiziologiją, praktiškai pritaikyti atitinkamus anatomijos ir fiziologijos tyrimo metodus.

Short course annotation in English

The course will cover basic knowledge of concept, history, terminology of human anatomy and physiology; methods in anatomy and physiology investigation, plan of body, histology, organs of support and motion, basics of functioning of nervous system; anatomy and physiology of endocrine system, visceral organs, skin and its derivatives; homeostasis, basics of sports physiology. After finishing the course students will be able to define basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology, structure and physiology of tissues, organs, systems of organs. Teaching methods are: lectures and laboratory works.

Prerequisites for entering the course

Basic Biology (BIO1004)

Course aim

The aim of the course is to provide an introduction to the basic theoretical knowledge in human anatomy and physiology, in the investigative methods of the analysis of the body structure and physiology.

Content (topics)

 1. Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology. Body Organization and Terminology. Basics of Histology
 2. Skeletal and Muscular System
 3. Neurohumoral Regulation
 4. Circulatory System
 5. Respiratory System
 6. Digestive System. Metabolism and Energetics
 7. Urinary and Reproductive System
 8. Skin and its derivatives
 9. Homeostasis
 10. Basics of Sports Physiology

Practical work (contents):

Analysis of tissues; Analysis of visceral organs; Analysis of skeletal and muscular system; Investigation of urine consistence; Use of auscultation.

Distribution of workload for students (contact and independent work hours)

Lectures – 30 hours, laboratory work – 15 hours, consultations, exams – 5 hours, individual work – 66 hours.

Structure of cumulative score and value of its constituent parts

Final assessment sums the assessments of written final examination (50%), written mid-term examination (33%) and assessment of laboratory works (17%).

Recommended reference materials

No.

 

Publication year

Authors of publication and title

Publishing house

Number of copies in

University library

Self-study rooms

Other libraries 

Basic materials

1.

2011

Anusevičienė ir kt. Žmogaus anatomija ir fiziologija (Human Anatomy and Physiology)

Judex spauda

15

 

 

2.

2003

Vitkus A. ir kt. Žmogaus histologija

(Human Histology)

KMU

30

 

 

3.

2008

Česnys G. ir kt. Žmogaus anatomija, I t.

(Human Anatomy)

VU

32

 

 

4.

2006

Kėvelaitis E. ir kt. Žmogaus fiziologija

(Human Physiology)

KMU

 

1

 

5.

2008

Stropus R. irk t.

Žmogaus anatomija, II t.

(Human Anatomy)

KMU

32

 

 

Supplementary materials

1.

2010

Vanpute C. et. al. Seeley's Anatomy & Physiology

McGraw-Hill

 

2.

2010

Ross M.H., Pawlina W. Histology: A Text and Atlas

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

 

3.

2010

Amerman E. C. Exploring Anatomy & Physiology in the Laboratory

Morton Publishing Company

 

4.

2008

Boron W.F., Boulpaep E. L. Medical Physiology

W B Saunders Co

 

Course programme designed by

Doc.dr. Danute Batiuskaite, Department of Biology, Faculty of Natural Sciences

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