|BIOL3593||Introductory Histology||4 ch (2C 3L)|
Histology, or micro-anatomy, is the study of cells, tissues, and organs using microscopic techniques. The aim of this course is to integrate both the form and function of animal tissues (with a focus on human tissues), and examine why tissues and cells are arranged the way they are. At the end of the course, students should be able to identify and describe histological images and understand how the cellular arrangement of organs enables them to perform specialized functions. This course is intended for upper level undergraduates having at least some knowledge of cell biology, and will be of particular interest to students wanting a career in biomedical sciences and health professions.