The prerequisite(s) for this Teaching Unit (Unité d’enseignement – UE) for the programmes/courses that offer this Teaching Unit are specified at the end of this sheet.
Cells and living beings are thermodynamic open systems, and exchange matter and energy with their environment. General physiology study cell homeostasis, the mechanisms regulating the exchanges between cells, and the interactions between cells and their environment.
Comprehensive outline of cell homeostasis and of the mechanisms regulating the exchanges of substances and information with the environment; intercellular communications (electrical and chemical transmission); contractile properties and excitation-contraction coupling in the different types of muscles. Practical courses are intended to provide students with an initiation into experimentation in physiology.
Flipped classroom. Courses are made available in the form of syllabi, slides or podcasts (video from ppt files). They are given face-to-face on the dates published on student portals (ADE) unless the health status requires the resumption of remote courses (e.g. via Teams, on dates announced on Moodle).
Questions requiring short-open-responses (possibly involving diagrams/schemes to be built or completed) or longer motivated responses.
Participation in tutorials and practice sessions is mandatory to validate the teaching unit (TU). Any unjustified deviation from this rule leads to a penalty in the TU exam which can go as far as the cancellation of the exam mark (0/20). The teacher may also propose to the jury to oppose the registration for the TU exam in compliance with article 72 of the RGEE.
Podcasts, syllabi and ppt files are accessible via Moodle.
- Moodle: WSBIM1201: Physiologie générale
Faculty or entity
Title of the programme
Bachelor in Biomedicine
WMD1006 AND WMD1102 AND WMD1104 AND WMD1105