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BIO 107: Human Physiology Laboratory (HUMBIO 136)

This laboratory course is inquiry based, so the subject matter of the course will change in successive years. In 2015, the two questions to be researched concurrently in Spring will be (1) Can heat-related performance decrements incurred by individuals clad in impermeable attire (e.g., biohazard personal protective suits) be mitigated?¿ and (2) Can the sensation of thermal comfort be affected by regional skin temperature manipulations.nStudents will participate both as experimenters and as subjects. The laboratory work will focus on exercise and temperature. Thus, participants must be in good physical condition and be willing to participate in strenuous exercise routines under adverse environmental conditions. Varsity athletes currently participating in a spring sport should first talk with Prof. Heller before applying.nCombined Lab/Discussion sessions will be Tue and Thurs 1:15 - 5:05. You must attend both days each week, with no conflicts with other courses.nPrerequisite is Bio 42 or HumBio 4A. Satisfies WIM for majors in biology. nEnrollment for Spring 2015 course is limited to 16 students by permission.nSee: sites.stanford.edu/bio107 for the link to online application form.
Terms: Spr | Units: 4 | Grading: Letter (ABCD/NP)
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