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Lecture1_ExperimentalDesign - An Introduction to Biology...

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An Introduction to Biology 180 I. Overview of Biology 180/200/220 Biology 180 • evolution • Mendelian genetics (aka transmission genetics or classical genetics) • diversity of life • ecology Biology 200 • biochemistry • cell biology • molecular genetics • developmental biology Biology 220 • animal anatomy and physiology • plant anatomy and physiology II. Course logistics http://protist.biology.washington.edu/biol180/ A. Diversity of life requirement 30 points maximum, no extra credit Accumulate points through guided field trips, self-guided field trips (worksheets) You MUST go on one guided field trip or you will fail the course • sign up for guided field trips on the course website, starting tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. • 10 point non-refundable penalty for no-shows (you must give 24 hours notice to avoid this penalty) • field trips take place rain or shine or sleet or hail … DRESS APPROPRIATELY!!! B. Labs • Course/lab manual (includes syllabus): Professional Copy n' Print 4200 University Way NE $12.00 + tax? • Read the lab write-up prior to lab and do the pre-lab worksheet after lab 1 (these are graded) • More than 1 unexcused absence = failing grade in course; this week you will be dropped C. Lectures • Download lecture notes from course website and print them out • No cell phones • In-class questions (clickers) 1. 1 question at the start of each class on material from previous class; answer, then talk
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