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Unformatted text preview: TENTATIVE LECTURE AND LAB SCHEDULE, Biology 108 Instructor: Maureen McHale Spring 2008 OPEN LAB TIMES: Sun. — Thurs. 6:30-9:30 PM, and Sat. 12:00-4z00 PM Be ins week of Jan. 21. (There WILL be 0 . en lab on Mon., 1/21.) n/a Biology areas that you may want to If you need to review these: review. (I’ll assume that you’ve covered much of this material in previous biology courses like Bio. 1 O7.) Biological Organization C&R*** Chapter 1: pp. 3-5, 12-14, 17-19 Purpose & products of C&R Ch. 12 & 13 mitosis & meiosis 0 Purpose, advantages & disadvantages of sexual & asexual reproduction Evolutionary concepts C&R Ch. 12 & l3 C&R Ch. 22, 23, 24 C&R Ch. 26: 523-524 Required: Scientific American article: “Bonobo Sex & Society” (to be distributed on 1/17) 2 Endos biosis f 0 Wk. of 1/14 No open lab this week T, 1/ 15 Introduction to Course & syllabus; Why study biodiversity? What does it mean to be human?: (from a phylogeny & systematics standpoint) Lab, [/15 OR Lab 1 .' Introduction to the Lab and Guide; C&R Appendix C 1/16 the Li ght Microscope ——_ T, 1/22 Early Earth: conditions, the Ch. 26 (512-528) coming of eukaryotes; types of Ch. 28 (550-551) ~ cellular organization Th, 1/24 Aquatic eukaryotes: Life styles Ch. 28 (549-550, 554-555, 558-562, 567- explored through al gal diversity 569) Article: “The Perils of Pfiesteria” Lab, 1/22 Lab 2.“ Protists—Algal Dzverszgg Guide; C&R Chapter 28—2716 Algae Optional: C&R*** Ch. 34 pp. 694-707 (mammalian diversity—especially primates) C&R Ch. 24 (Review pp. 472-478, 479-482 if necessary.) V ‘/ Required new reading: Ch. 25; Ch. 26 Macroevolution, phylogeny, & systematics (continued) ...
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