In this course, students learn to recognize and to apply the basic concepts that govern integrated body function (as an intact organism) in the body's nine organ systems.
Introductory Human PhysiologyDuke University
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TOP REVIEWS FROM INTRODUCTORY HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
Lectures are very concise. This course can help you grasp the most important core concepts and key woking mechanisms of human physiology. But I don't know why it do not have the immune system.
Although it's an introductory course, it still explained the physiology of each human system adequately! I could understand the content with a Chemical Engineering background. Recommended!!!
Learnt lots of information about the human body! and I really do feel like it make me prepare for medical school:) Great course and the lecturers were very good in explaining the work.
i love this course it really pushes me to think about what we are learning and i love to work hard. thank you for designing such a brilliant course for me and my other course friends to learn
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