General Biology 102 Student's Lab Suppl Spring 2009 PLV

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PACE UNIVERSITY (PLEASANTVILLE) GENERAL BIOLOGY 102 LABORATORY SUPPLEMENT SPRING 2009 COURSE COORDINATOR: DR. MARCY KELLY
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Pages NYC and PLV Lecture/Laboratory Syllabi 3-7 Trip to the Museum of Natural History 8-12 Drawings for Laboratory Exercise 3: Cellular Structure Reflects Function 13 Drawings for Laboratory Exercise 14: Working with Bacterial Diversity 14 Drawings for Laboratory Exercise 15: Diversity Among Protists 15 Drawings for Laboratory Exercise 18: Observing Fungal Diversity and 16 Symbiotic Relationships Drawings for Laboratory Exercise 16: Investigating Plant Phylogeny: 17 Seedless Plants Drawings for Laboratory Exercise 24: Investigating Plant Cells, Tissues, 18 and Primary Growth Drawings for Laboratory Exercise 25: Primary-Secondary Growth and 19 Transport in Roots and Stems Drawings for Laboratory Exercise 26 Pages 339-345: Investigating Leaf 20 Structure and Photosynthesis Drawings for Laboratory Exercise 27 Pages 353-365: Angiosperm: 21 Reproduction, Germination, and Development Diversity of Photosynthetic Pigments Among Five Autotrophic Organisms 22-31 Guidelines for Photosynthesis Lab Report Preparation 32-33 Drawings of Laboratory Exercise 20: Animal Phylogeny: Investigating 34 Animal Body Plans Drawings of Laboratory Exercise 21: Protostomes I: Lophotrocozoans 35 and Development of Complexity Dissections for Laboratory Exercise 21: Protostomes I: Lophotrocozoans 36 and Development of Complexity Drawings for Laboratory Exercise 22: Protostomes II: Ecdysozoa and Great 37 Diversity Drawings for Laboratory Exercise 23: Deuterostomes and the Origins of the 38 Vertebrates Dissections for Laboratory Exercise 23: Deuterostomes and the Origins of 39 the Vertebrates Drawings for Laboratory Exercise 28: Investigating Digestive and Gas 40 Exchange Systems Dissections for Laboratory Exercise 28: Investigating Digestive and Gas 41 Exchange Systems Drawings for Laboratory Exercise 29: Investigating Circulatory Systems 42 Dissections for Laboratory Exercise 29: Investigating Circulatory Systems 43 Drawings for Laboratory Exercise 30: Investigating the Urogenital System 44 Dissections for Laboratory Exercise 30: Investigating the Urogenital System 45 Drawings for Laboratory Exercise 32: Investigating Nervous and Sensory 46 Systems Dissections for Laboratory Exercise 32: Investigating Nervous and Sensory 47 2
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Systems Appendix: Photosynthetic pigment handout 3
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General Biology II Spring 2009 – PLV/NYC Laboratory Syllabus Marcy Kelly, PhD - Coarse Coordinator NYC Office: W324 PLV Office: Marks 28 Phone: (212)-346-1353, (914)-773-3289 e-mail: [email protected] Required Texts: Lecture: Biology – Campbell et al. , 8 th Edition Laboratory: Biological Investigations. Form, Function, Diversity, and Process Dolphin, 8 th Edition A Guide to Biology Laboratory. Rust, 3 rd Edition Other Required Materials: calculator lab coat goggles dissection kit black and white composition book NYC AND PLEASANTVILLE LABORATORY SCHEDULE Dates Topic Lab Topic W 1/21-T 1/27 Techniques in Microscopy 2 Cellular Structure Reflects Function 3
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