Lect1 - Lecture 1 (FW) January 21, 2009 DNA is the...

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Lecture 1 (FW) January 21, 2009 DNA is the hereditary material Reading Assignment: pp. 1-6; 93-94; 327-328 in Robinson. I. Introductory course mechanics A. No discussion sections this week. It is necessary to attend next week in order for you to be enrolled in the course. All sections are full. You may only attend the section in which you are currently enrolled. We will try, though we cannot guarantee, to accommodate section changes because of hardship. The procedure for section change requests will be outlined in your first discussion section. In brief, you need to send an e-mail to the GSI of the section you wish to leave, and another to the GSI of the section you wish to join. As space opens up you will be notified if you can switch. Your request must be submitted by Jan. 29 and you will be notified on Jan. 30. B. All necessary information about the course will be posted on the web site http://mcb.berkeley.edu/courses/MCB41/ There will only be a few paper hand-outs after today. Today's hand-out contains the syllabus, and the schedule of lectures and examinations. This information is also posted on the course web site. Read it carefully; it should answer most of your questions. C. A note on reading assignments. You will find reading assignments on the web site lecture notes. There is some material in the reading assignments that will not be covered in lecture. The emphasis of exams will be on material that is covered in lecture .
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Lect1 - Lecture 1 (FW) January 21, 2009 DNA is the...

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