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Spring 2021New Jersey City UniversityBiology DepartmentCourse Title:Principles of Biology ICourse Number:BIOL 130Class Number:1169Credits:4.0 credits Lecture/LaboratoryCorequisities:Course Co-requisite: ENG 101 English Composition IClass Meetings:T,R 4-6:45PM (Online/Hyflex)Lab weeks: Tues: Half class will meet each session in lab(S418),other half will complete at home assignment. Thurs Groups from Tsession will switchLocation:Online/Science 418Instructor:Dr. Reed CarrollEmail:[email protected]Phone:201-200-3314Office:Science 450H(or lab S403)Office Hours:M 8:45-9:45, T 9-11AM, W3-4PM, R 3-4PM (Held virtually)CourseDescription:This course presents the study of the principles of life. Topicsinclude scientific method, cell chemistry and the cellits structure,function, metabolism and re-production, and nucleic acid structureand function.Course Purpose:Principles of Biology I will provide a foundation for studentstaking biology courses by teaching about basic biochemistry, celland molecular biology, and cellular reproduction. Principles ofBiology I is a required course for all students in programs offeredby the Biology Department.Required Texts &Materials:REQUIRED: Textbook Biological Science, 7thedition By Freeman,2020 REQUIRED: Long sleeve lab coat for the laboratory sessionsscheduled in the syllabusAdditional course material:The syllabus, lectures PowerPoint,handouts and other course materials will be posted on BlackboardatCourse Goals:The goals of Principles of Biology I are:To familiarize students with the principles of the scientificmethod and how to apply it, create hypotheses and designexperiments.
Principles of Biology I, Spring 2021: Dr. Carroll2To acquaint students with the fundamental concepts of chemistryin biologyTo provide a thorough understanding of the cell structure andfunctionTo develop an understanding of processes by which cells obtain,transform and use energy, reproduce and grow.To develop critical thinking and analytical skills and enablestudents to improve their reasoning abilities.Course Objectives:After completing the course, students will be able to:Summarize the principles of the Cell Theory;Understand and apply the principles of the scientific method;Demonstrate a knowledge of basic chemistry as it applies tobiology;Exhibit a basic understanding of thermodynamics, ATP, enzymes;Differentiate ways cells obtain a usable energy source;Describe basic cell structure and the function of each organelle;Explain DNA replication, transcription and translation;Think critically about biological sciences and communicateclearly in writing;Compare and contrast methods of cell division (binary fission,mitosis and meiosis).

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