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Bisc 320 lecture syllabus 2008

Bisc 320 lecture syllabus 2008 - Syllabus Molecular...

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Syllabus Molecular Biology-BISC 320L Fall, 2008 Lectures are in THH 101 : MWF 11:00AM-11:50 a.m., and MWF 12:00 PM-12:50 p.m. Faculty : Oscar Aparicio, Ph.D., Associate Professor ( [email protected] ), Robert Baker, Ph.D., Professor ( [email protected] ), Xuelin Wu, Ph.D., Assistant Professor ( [email protected] ), Pamela Lum, Ph.D., Instructional Lab Manager ([email protected]) Office hours: Aparicio: Fridays 2:30-4:30 PM in RRI 221, starting 10/3/08 Baker: Mondays 1:45-3:30 PM in RRI 121, starting 10/27/08 Wu: Fridays 2:30-4:30 PM in RRI 221, starting 9/29/08 Textbook : Molecular Biology of the Gene, Watson et al., 6 th ed. Readings from these texts are assigned on the lecture schedule. It is important to read the assignments prior to the corresponding lectures. The course grade will be based upon 700 possible points: 125 pts midterm #1 125 pts midterm #2 200 pts lab 250 pts final exam (cumulative) In case a midterm exam must be missed for legitimate reasons, discuss the situation with the course instructor prior to the exam if possible. Rules governing exams are given in more detail in your Student Contract, which is also posted on the class website: https://blackboard.usc.edu Lab Sections : Please see separate syllabus and lab manual. There will be no lab meetings the first week of classes. Course Objectives : The student will learn the structure and function of biological macromolecules, in
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