01 INTRODUCTION 2009 - BIO 206L Structure and Function of...

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Unformatted text preview: BIO 206L Structure and Function of Organisms Instructors of Record A. William Allen Alan Lloyd Wes Thompson A. William Allen OfFce Hours: Monday 10 am-1 pm Or by Appointment OfFce: PAI 1.22G Phone: 471-2691 Email: bio206_prof1.yahoo.com Texts and References Lab Manual : Laboratory Experiments In Biology: Structure and Functions in Organisms Detailed Syllabus and laboratory exercises LABORATORY MANUAL Biology 206L SPRING SEMESTER, 2009 LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS IN BIOLOGY: STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF ORGANISMS PREPARED BY THE FACULTY AND STAFF OF THE SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN Reference Photo Atlas for Biology By Perry and Morton Useful for dissections and identiFcation of structures. Supplementary reference Biology: Concepts & Applications, 7th edition By Starr, Evers, Starr Provides background information and reviews biological concepts. Optional Lab Grade Assignment ~51% of Fnal grade derived from laboratory activities: Quizzes given in lab {CPS} {14.56%} Informal lab reports {29.13%} 1 ormal lab report {7.28%} Change Lab Request Form This form is to be used to complete your laboratory assignment under special circumstances when you know that you cannot be present during one of your regularly scheduled weekly laboratory periods and wish to conduct the exercise at an alternate time that same week. Not to be used for multiple lab switches Exam GRADE ASSIGNMENT ~44% of Fnal grade comes from midterm and Fnal exam. 21.84% Midterm Exam 21.84% inal Exam MIDTERM EXAM: Mon. March 30, 7:30-9:00 PM INAL EXAM: ollows UT exam schedule Exams made up of 90 multiple choice questions. Material covered consists of lecture material and laboratory activities and results. Conicts? Contact Dr. Allen 2 weeks prior to exam CPS record of Lecture Participation (via CPS) 5.34% of total grade Need to purchase individual Gen. II RF response pad Obtain Access Code Registration online {2 places}(UT EID) www.einstruction.com Bring to lecture & lab each time. Other Material Available BIO 206 web site: http://www.bio.utexas.edu/courses/bio206/ http://www.bio.utexas.edu/courses/bio206/powerpoints/ On fle in the LiFe Science Library Examples oF journal articles Excerpt oF Writing a Research Paper T. Huxleys The Crayfsh Several books on ants Final Grade Determination Each student will be evaluated individually based upon the total number of points achieved by the student. The grade you earn is the grade you will receive. A student earns the numerical grade of 79.4, what is the students letter grade?...
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