This class is a continuation of BIO 214. The anatomy and physiology of the human body with appropriate chemical concepts is included. Body systems examined include respiratory, cardiovascular, lymphatic and immune response, digestive, renal, reproductive, genetics and human development. Anatomical and physiological changes associated with aging are also studied. Laboratory activities incorporate the use of models, specimens, and the collection of physiological data on human subjects. Three lecture hours and one two-hour lab are held each week. In addition to regular tuition, a laboratory fee of $35 will be charged. Prerequisite: BIO 214.