CLT 250 - Human Histology
The study of microscopic anatomy dealing with the structures of cells, tissues, and organs, with a focus on their recognition, structural aspects, and basic functions. The course covers, cell anatomy, basic tissue types, and common histochemical stains, and applies these to the study of organs as systemic arrangements of tissues performing a specific function, such as respiration, digestion, reproduction, etc.
Prerequisites: BIO 131 Human Biology I and BIO 132 Human Biology II
3 Class Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Recognize the general morphology characteristics of cells and tissues of the human body.
2. Recognize characteristics specific to cells and tissues, as well as recognize common histological stains appropriate for those cells and tissues.
3. Relate the microanatomy and gross anatomical morphology of cells, tissues, and organ systems studied to their functions.
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