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MCB 150 Lecture 3 Monday, January 26, 2009 ©2009, Bradley G. Mehrtens 1 Objectives & Announcements for Monday, January 26 Objectives: – Finish our tour of (very) basic cell structure – Begin Macromolecules with Monosaccharides: Structure and Properties Announcements: – Discussions (and labs) begin this week – Today’s post-lecture questions due tomorrow at noon – Weekly Review Assignment 1 is now active and is due Friday at 5:00 PM – Please direct questions about lecture topics and homework questions to LON-CAPA discussion boards NEED EXTRA HELP IN MCB 150? COME TO LIGASE’S GROUP TUTORING ! WHEN: Monday 5-6 PM Alina Nuth Thursday 4-5 PM Jacqueline Brom WHERE: 420 NHB -LECTURE/DISCUSSION BASED FORMAT -REVIEW LECTURE SLIDES -HELPFUL WORKSHEETS COVERING CONCEPTS Any Questions? Email LIGASE Group Tutoring at: dbreytm2@uiuc.edu -RECEIVE STUDY TIPS -TAUGHT BY UPPER LEVEL MCB STUDENTS -MEETS ONCE A WEEK BEGINNING Monday January 26 th or January 29 th
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MCB 150 Lecture 3 Monday, January 26, 2009 ©2009, Bradley G. Mehrtens 2 Information Sessions January 28 th at 7 P.M in 217 Noyes Laboratory January 29 th at 7 P.M in 217 Noyes Laboratory January 30 th at 5:30 P.M – Location TBA Application Due Date Thursday, February 5 th at 4 P.M in RSO Cubicle #5 in the RSO Complex
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