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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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Lecture 1 - 1 Welcome to BIO 317 Principles of Cellular...

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