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Course Number: ACCT 346, Spring 2012

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Syllabus
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Week 1: Learning Objectives Understand the 5 characteristics of livingthings Understand the concept of homeostasisand why its important Know what an adaptation is and whateffects adaptations have on survival andreproductionLearning Objectives Kno
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Week 2 Learning Objectives Know that organic molecules are made up ofC and H Understand how atoms link together(electrons determine chemical bonding) Know the four main types of organicmolecules know the monomers and polymers of each type Understa
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L ecture Week 3Learning Objectives Know the difference between potential and kinetic energy,and be able to give examples of each Understand the 1st and 2nd L aws of Thermodynamics Understand that chemical bonds are a source of potentialenergy Know
Ohio State - BIO - 101
Week 4 Learning Objectives Know how prokaryotes and unicellulareukaryotes reproduce Understand the process by which cellsreplicate: mitosis know the components of the cell cycle: interphase,mitosis, cytokinesis Know what happens when cell division
Ohio State - BIO - 101
Week 5 Learning Objectives What are the structural components of DNA? Understand complementary base pairing Understand why and how DNA replicates, andknow what semi-conservative replication is Know what cells are totipotent, and what itmeans to be d
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Week 5 Learning Objectives Know the prevailing viewpoints on inheritancebefore Mendel s research mini human in sperm, blended inheritance Understand why Mendel chose the pea plant Understand why each somatic cell has 2 allelesper gene Understand Me
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Week 7 Learning Objectives Know how people thought species arose beforeDarwins Theory of Natural Selection Explain what is evolution Know what evolution by natural selection is, andknow the three conditions for natural selection Know how genetic var
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Week 8 Learning Objectives Know the basic structure of a virus Be able to explain why viruses are notconsidered alive Understand how viruses replicate Know how we classify living organisms Know the three domains of life, and howthey are similar and
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Week 9 Learning Objectives Understand animal phylogeny and all majorevolutionary adaptations as presented heretrue tissuestype of symmetrydevelopment of the gutmoltingvertebraejaws &amp; finslungsfour legsamniotic eggfeathershair, long legs &amp; mam
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Week 10 Learning Objectives Understand the difference between species,population, community, ecosystem, and habitat Understand how a population s age structurecan predict its future growth Know the conditions necessary for exponentialgrowth Underst
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Week 11 Learning Objectives Know that climate dictates major biomesaround the world, and how Understand the major influences onbiodiversity Know the major causes of the loss ofbiodiversity and the threats to biodiversityWeek 11 Learning Objectives
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Lecture Notes Per Weekly Quizzes