BIOS41_Lecture01_01142008

BIOS41_Lecture01_01142008 - BIOS 41 Biology Core I:...

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BIOS 41 Biology Core I: Cellular and Molecular Spring 2008 Professor J. A. Sands Lecture 1, January 14 Introduction (Chapter 1, pages 1-5) Evolution from a Common Ancestral Cell
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Course Personnel Dr. Jeffrey A. Sands, Professor and Chair, Department of Biological Sciences Lecture Associate: Dr. Debra Bressan, Adjunct Professor, Biological Sciences Section Instructors: M @ 12: Dr. Bressan ( dab306 ) M @ 1 : Ph.D. Candidate Jennifer Venditti ( jjv2 ) T @ 12: Ph.D. Candidate Christina Sie ( cps206 ) T @ 1 : Ph.D. Candidate Brad Walters ( bjw205 ) Administrative: (B-217 Iacocca Hall) Ms. Vicki Waldron, vaw3 , Asst. to Chair, Biological Sciences Dept. Ms. Carol Esposito, cbe205 , Academic Coordinator, Biological Sciences Dept.
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About the Course This is a "first course for majors" in the biological sciences, designed for second semester students majoring (or planning to major) in biology, behavioral neuroscience, biochemistry, bioengineering, and molecular biology. The course also provides coverage of the essential 21'st century biological science at the cellular and molecular level needed for some majors in other science or engineering fields. The pre-requisite for this course is one semester of university level chemistry (Lehigh CHM 25 or 75).
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Textbook and Grading The textbook is Essential Cell Biology , 2'nd edition, 2004, by Alberts et al . Lectures will follow the textbook fairly closely, and all lecture slides will be posted to Blackboard. You are responsible for material covered in lecture and section meetings, whether or not the material is in the textbook. You are not responsible for material in the textbook that is not covered in either lecture or section meetings. Grading:
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