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WELCOME TO CELL BIOLOGY (BIO201C)! Not in yet? Attend, work, and keep checking for seats online “real-time”. Also offered in summer. Syllabi in front
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The programs and careers that require Cell Bio are extremely competitive. Students who succeed at them are talented AND willing to sacrifice. A coach is someone who always makes you do what you don't want to do, so you can be who you've always wanted to be. ----C. Leeman Bennett
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR ACHIEVING THIS= UBLearns and the SYLLABUS posted there. Whenever I announce something on UBLearns OR in class, you are responsible for knowing it WITHIN TWO DAYS. Ignorance of the law is no excuse. https://ublearns Dr. Janicke
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Cell and Molecular Biology: Concepts and Experiments 5 th edition (2008) by Gerald Karp . Put it in a binder. Don’t lose the website password when you open the package. Can’t sell book back to book store. Cell Biology Lab Manual Spring 2008 (to be purchased at the University Bookstore) AND A PRS CLICKER (not Turning Point)— used then sell back. Buy (today):
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For Wednesday: Look at today’s and Wednesday’s powerpoints on UBLearns (can print to take notes on). Read chapter 1. The tests are on the powerpoints. Look at the text notes (on UBLearns) to find that material. Do the Wiley plus for Ch 1 online before class Wed. Study the syllabus. Bring clickers Wed. For these two weeks before labs start, TA’s will be in Cooke 651 to help with lecture or lab material. Any day, but go alphabetically (next slide).
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Help in Cooke 651 first two weeks on Student last name Monday afternoons 1:00 A-H 2:00 I-P 3:00 Q-Z Tuesdays mornings 9:30 A-H 10:30 I-P 11:30 Q-Z Tuesday afternoons 1:00 A-H 2:00 I-P 3:00 Q-Z Wednesday afternoons 1:00 A-H 2:00 I-P 3:00 Q-Z Thursday mornings 9:30 A-H 10:30 I-P 11:30 Q-Z Thursday afternoons 1:00 A-H 2:00 I-P 3:00 Q-Z
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Wiley Plus http://edugen.wiley.com/edugen/class/cls49094/
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