Integrative Biology 131 – Lecture 01: Organization of Body

By | September 11, 2015


Integrative Biology 131: General Human Anatomy. Fall 2005. Professor Marian Diamond. The functional anatomy of the human body as revealed by gross and microscopic examination. The Department of Integrative Biology offers a program of instruction that focuses on the integration of structure and function in the evolution of diverse biological systems. It investigates integration at all levels of organization from molecules to the biosphere, and in all taxa of organisms from viruses to higher plants and animals. The department uses many traditional fields and levels of complexity in forging new research directions, asking new questions, and answering traditional questions in new ways. The various…

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25 thoughts on “Integrative Biology 131 – Lecture 01: Organization of Body

  1. pinkyush

    @edunagin ..Good On you! that should be the spirit! I am from indian subcontinent where people of age have a general tendency of thinking like: “ah i am old..my time is over ,I can’t learn do new stuffs ..my children will take care of me”….I really appreciate the energy and enthusiasm of old folks in the west.

  2. markd3570

    @navejar15 I was being facetious: pinkyush had said that it was UCLA, so I was trying to at least a little closer geographically.

  3. TedDGPoulos

    THE MOST FUNDAMENTAL QUESTION OF ALL:
    .
    What is the underlying law of nature.
    .
    As the way of all things, what effect do you suppose its question, knowledge, understanding and application by? billions of persons will have on the state of global economics, science, the humanities, education, government and business?
    .
    The underlying law of nature is the most important subject any person can investigate and learn about, can proceed to understand, and can then come to personally apply in life.

  4. navejar15

    @markd3570 That’s not Stanford, it’s UC Berkley.

  5. edunagin

    @pinkyush I am a 77 year old disabled veteran. To see her doing this is encourgment that I need not waste away!

  6. ZeylaBorn

    Berkeley students are truly lucky; they have some of the most passionate and interesting profs anywhere. Bleedin’ bastards :)

  7. markd3570

    @pinkyush That’s not UCLA, it’s Stanford.

  8. jaychou8787

    good dam it? just get started to lesson sia ?

  9. RealPinkDreams

    @CzeckTalia its just kind.. of joke , get some sense of humour

  10. CzeckTalia

    @RealPinkDreams this…. just……wow, get help.

  11. loserface00ful

    So, are proximal and distal only used for extremities and lateral and medial for the trunk or are they both the same ? My book doesnt say anything about proximal and distal that i can see.

  12. loserface00ful

    This lady is such an incredible teacher, she needs a nobel prize or something. What teacher cares enough to make lunch dates with her students????

  13. RealPinkDreams

    ”””SOME OF WRONG BIOLOGICAL THEOREMS”’
    -Big breasts = more milk
    -Big head = more intelligence
    -All white hair ppl are weak memory
    -Giant body is better 4 fight
    -Very slim = faster in running
    -Tomato is 4 increasing blood bcz its red color
    - Blue eyes = better sight
    - Blonde hair + blue eyes = more lust
    - Eternity is possible
    - Anal sex making big ass
    - Sucking ( deep throt ) giving good breathing
    - Drinking blood of young kids giving youth
    - More tall = more living

  14. MrBoasu

    It is great to see a wonderful class from here Taiwan that I can enjoy the Berkerley course. Thanks blessing of internet.

  15. WineAndGravy

    Nado Angliskii uchit, a potom anatomiju togda :) )

  16. marcjosef

    i was like reading Time Magazine (c. Apr 27 09) when I came across this article about the YouTube Edu and I firstly fell in love with Marian Diamond, her passion in teaching Biology is a blessing.. I wish I could attend one of her class..

  17. TedDGPoulos

    Think of the underlying law of nature.

    Consider its astounding inferences and implications.

    The single, underlying law … of nature! Not merely of physics, chemistry, psychology, biology, etc., but of all fields of inquiry known to humankind. The law we can all relate to, identify, understand and apply.

    Ask yourself. What is the underlying law of nature?

    Delight in the question. Have fun in the process of finding the answer firsthand for yourself.

    Google it, as a start.

  18. AlSosa76

    now if there were more teachers like her in my college, that are really excited about what they do and love what they do, I would definitely look forward to going to class every semester. Unfortunately there are so many professors out there who just don’t have this much passion.

  19. howtomakeyourown

    as a high school student, this really just makes me so excited for college!
    and that kind of teaching is what i love.

  20. MsRefusal

    ???? ??? ???????? ???, ?? ??? ???????, ??????? ??????? ??????

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