ESM 219 Monday October 1st 2007

ESM 219 Monday October 1st 2007 - Group 2: Battlefields on...

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ESM 219 Monday, October 1, 2007 We’re using class time today for 3 purposes: 1. Make introductions and review the syllabus (10 minutes) 2. Group research (30 minutes); 2 groups working simultaneously with the instructor’s assistance. a. Two recent newspaper articles provide the subject material. b. Reference materials are your text ( Brock 1.2, 2.1-2.3 and 2.5-2.6 , plus other sections identified by the index), a chart of the cell (in class poster), and a Table handed out in class. 3. Group presentations (20 minutes, i.e. two 10 minute sessions including Q/A and instructor comments) _______________________________________________________________________ _ Group 1: Andrew Speaker and his honeymoon (LA Times June 1, 2007)
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Unformatted text preview: Group 2: Battlefields on multiple scales (LA Times September 30, 2007) For each newspaper article, comment on at least the following: An overall summary of the article including the human or societal concern, and the microbe of concern. The general type of microbe involved (prokaryote or eukaryote? bacteria or other?). The cellular structure for the microbe of concern (refer to the poster, and differentiate this cell and its components from the poster using information provided in Brock 2.1) Consider the cellular hallmarks (Figure 1.3) that are particularly important or interesting to the article and the overall concern....
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