Bowman Davis

PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF BIOLOGY
Department of Biological and Physical Sciences
E-mail - bodavis@kennesaw.edu
Kennesaw State University                                                                                   Telephone - Not Available
1000 Chastain Road
Fax - (770) 423-6625
Kennesaw, GA  30144-5591

RESEARCH INTERESTS / ACTIVITIES

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Caenorhabditis elegans Behavior Monitoring

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INSTRUCTIONAL COURSE MATERIALS

BIOLOGY 2221 (HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I)
Representative Syllabus
Course Policies
Course Content Outline

BIOLOGY 2222 (HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II)
Representative Syllabus
Course Policies
Course Content Outline

BIOLOGY 3317 (PATHOPHYSIOLOGY)

Web Based Materials Available to All Pathophysiology Students:

To view an informational video clip on Biology 3317 (Pathophysiology) click here.  You will need a "Quicktime" compatible viewer!!

Any currently enrolled student in 3317 is eligible to take the pretests at this linked site PRETESTS. here. "Pathophysiology Online" Announcements

ORIENTATION SCHEDULE:

Orientation for the online course will be done online.  See "Schedule of Credit Courses" booklet in the "Highlights" section for details.

EXAMINATION SCHEDULE:

The final grade in this course is based upon weekly points awarded for quality and quantity of class participation plus a comprehensive final examination.

Comprehensive Final Exam - See "Schedule of Credit Courses" booklet for details.

Notice! This exam is given "on ground" at a site on campus to be announced at a later date and is required of all students. You must clear your calendar for the date and time of this exam as specified in the "Schedule of Credit Courses" booklet for the current semester prior to registering for the course.

Pilot "Online" Lectures for Pathophysiology: Be aware that these lectures were developed in 2002 for an online Patho course and the content (especially text readings) may not be current with today's lecture material. However, students have found them useful as supplements to "on ground" lectures and you may feel free to download and print any of these that you think would be helpful.--B. Davis

Lecture 1 - Introduction and Background
Lecture 2 - Fluid Balance
Lecture 3 - Electrolyte Balance
Lecture 4 - Acid/Base Balance
Lecture 5 - Immunity
Lecture 6 - Inflammatory Response
Lecture 7 - Cardiovascular Pathophysiology
Lecture 8 - Congestive Heart Failure
Lecture 9 - Respiratory Physiology Review
Lecture 10 - Respiratory Pathophysiology
Lecture 11 - Renal Physiology Review
Lecture 12 - Renal Pathophysiology
Lecture 13 - Gastrointestinal Review and Pathophysiology
Lecture 14 - Neurophysiology Review
Lecture 15 - Neurophysiology Review (Continued)
Lecture 16 - Neuropathophysiology (Head Injury)
Lecture 17 - Neuropathophysiology

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