- Unit 01. General organization of the human body.
- Unit 02. Food and health.
- Unit 03. The digestive system and digestion.
- Unit 04. The respiratory system and respiration.
- Unit 05. The circulatory system and circulation.
- Unit 06. The excretory system and excretion.
- Unit 07. The nervous system.
- Unit 08. The endocrine system.
- Unit 09. Sensory receptors. The sense organs.
- Unit 10. Effector organs. The locomotor system.
- Unit 11. Human sexuality and reproduction.
- Unit 12. Health and disease.
- Unit 13. Ecosystems.
- Unit 14. The external geological activity of planet Earth.
- Unit 15. The internal geological activity of planet Earth.
This document that you have here in front of you is a complement to the notes that you can download at biologia-geologia.com, and that are going to be the materials that we are going to rely on during this course.
It has been preferred to leave the classic textbook for several reasons:
- The flexibility provided by these materials is not offered by the textbook, being able to adapt more easily to the needs of the students.
- The current economic situation complicates the acquisition of educational materials, so the cost is reduced if only the notes have to be photocopied.
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