lecture 1 - BSCI 207 Diversity Integrative Biology of Life...

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1 BSCI 207 – Diversity & Integrative Biology of Life Intellectual journey –to understand organisms as adaptable, integrated systems www.most.org/mi_press.cfm Darwin – “There is grandeur in this view of life” 2 Teaching Staff ± Dr. Bretton W. Kent ± Undergraduate Director (Entomology) ± Dental biomechanics of fossil sharks 3 Teaching Staff ± Dr. William J. Higgins ± Associate Professor (Biology) ± Neuromodulation; opiate receptors; intercellular communication among unicellular organisms. 4 Teaching Staff ± Teaching assistants ± Bridget Wille (Entomology) ± Julie Byrd (BEES)
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5 Course Resources ± Textbook – Freeman (2005) Biological Science (2 nd ed.) ± Background information ± Critical figures & tables 6 Course Resources ± Website – http://elms.umd.edu ± 7 Course Organization ± Total of 400 pts. for the course ± Three midterms @ 100 pts. each ± Lowest will be dropped ± No make-ups offered ± One comprehensive final @ 150 pts.
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