|76-108 Introductory Physics for the Life Sciences II F,W(3-3) [0.50]|
A course complementary to 76-107 with emphasis on some aspects of classical physics important in biology. Topics include mechanics and applications to anatomical problems, fluid statics and dynamics, molecular motion, diffusion, osmosis, and heat. The course is of special importance to students in agriculture, biological science, and human kinetics.
|Prerequisites: (OAC Physics or 76-102), (1 of 63-100, 63-108, 63-120, 76-107).|
|Exclusions: 76-100, 76-111.|
|1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar|