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Unformatted text preview: 1 Welcome to BIO 317 Principles of Cellular Signaling BIO 317 Faculty & Staff • Dr. William Collins - Course Director – Lectures 1-9; Exam 1 • Dr. Simon Halegoua – Lectures 10-18; Exam 2 • Dr. Joerg Leheste – Lectures 19-26; Exam 3 • Jessica Helm - Grad. Teaching Assistant 2 BIO 317 Syllabus • You are responsible for knowing all of the information provided on the syllabus • Highlights: – Contact Prof. Collins for all administrative issues (e.g., absences, appeals) – Contact speciFc lecturer for all questions about course content – Check BIO 317 Blackboard site frequently for course announcements and handouts Recommended Texts Available: • in the University Bookstore • in Stony Brooks Bookstore • on reserve in Melville Library Science & Engineering Room 2 BIO 317 Syllabus • You are responsible for knowing all of the information provided on the syllabus • Highlights: – Contact Prof. Collins for all administrative issues (e.g., absences, appeals) – Contact speciFc lecturer for all questions about course content – Check BIO 317 Blackboard site frequently for course announcements and handouts Recommended Texts Available: • in the University Bookstore • in Stony Brooks Bookstore • on reserve in Melville Library Science & Engineering Room 3 BIO 317 Study Guide Contains: • Course Syllabus • Exams from previous years • Thought questions and problems Where do I Fnd it? • On Reserve in Melville Library • Posted on BIO 317 Blackboard site (pdf Fle) Selected problems will be assigned for weekly Review Sessions run by Jessica Helm The Cell is the Basic Unit of Life • Why? • Need to Think in Terms of Compartments – Intracellular (IC¡) vs. Extracellular (EC¡) – Nucleus vs. Cytoplasm • Cell Signaling – Membrane delineated - fast (ms → min) – Cytoplasm - slower and longer lasting (min → hours) – Nuclear - slowest and longest lasting (hours → days) 4...
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