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Biology 201L Experiments - Summary
The laboratory component of the Biology 201L: Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab course is offered through Labster, a completely virtual laboratory experience. You don't have to worry about messy, mail-in lab kits since all Labster experiments can be completed online. You'll go through the lab simulation and answer questions that will be incorporated into your overall course grade.
How the Laboratory Component Works
You must complete a total of 10 virtual Labster experiments in order to pass the Biology 201L: Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab course. To access these Labster simulations, you must first create a Labster account. The exact details are discussed in the Laboratory Syllabus in this chapter. Here is an overview of the process.
- Read through the Biology 201L Lab Syllabus Information contained in this chapter.
- Click on the link that will take you to the virtual lab provider, Labster, and sign up for a Labster account. Please note that there is a $40 payment that will need to be made directly to Labster in order to complete this registration process.
- Complete the 10 experiments listed in the Biology 201L Lab Syllabus. There are links to these required labs. Please note that experiments must be completed within 2-3 months of registering with Labster so as not to incur additional fees.
- The aggregate score for all 10 labs will be factored into your overall course grade. See the course syllabus for more information on this.
- Proceed to the proctored final exam on the Exams tab (you do not need to wait for your laboratory grade before taking the final exam).
If you are not taking this course for credit, you do not need to sign up for Labster and complete this laboratory portion. Instead, please see our Anatomy & Physiology I course.
1. Biology 201L Lab Syllabus & Information
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Other chapters within the Biology 201L: Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab course
- Anatomy & Physiology Concepts
- Bone Tissue & the Skeletal System
- Chemistry for Human Anatomy & Physiology
- Components of the Cell
- Introduction to the Endocrine System
- Introduction to the Integumentary System
- Introduction to the Muscular System
- Joints in the Human Body
- Muscles & Muscle Tissue
- Organization of the Nervous System
- Overview of Cellular Genetics
- Senses & Reflexes in the Nervous System
- Structures & Functions of the Nervous System
- The Appendicular Skeleton
- The Axial Skeleton
- The Tissue Level of Organization