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BIOL240 Lab Syllabus Fall 2017 Introduction to Genetics Laboratory (BIOL240) Course Syllabus Fall 2017 Note : This syllabus is subject to change. You will be notified of any changes in class or on Blackboard. Lab Coordinator: Megan Eckardt [email protected] Office: NS G05 Phone: 227-3816 Office hours: Tuesday and Wednesday 9-10a and by appointment Preferred method of communication: Drop by office or send email! Lab Instructors: Megan Eckardt email: [email protected] Instructor for Monday 2:30-5:20 Office: NS G05 Groups 1 & 2 Office hours: Tuesday and Wednesday 9-10am And by appointment Ellen Quinlan email: [email protected] Instructor for Tuesday, 2:05-4:55pm Office: NS 119B Tuesday, 6:00-8:50pm Office Hours: By appointment, email to set up a time Groups 5 & 6, 7 & 8 Emily Ashe email: [email protected] Instructor for Monday, 6:00-8:50pm Office Hours: By appointment, email to set up a time Wednesday, 6:00-8:50pm and location Groups 3 & 4, 9 & 10 All Laboratory Instructors have mailboxes in the Biology Copy Room, NS 131 . All assignments submitted outside of your designated lab class should be placed in your Laboratory Instructor’s mailbox. Prerequisites: Students must be currently enrolled in the Introduction to Genetics lecture course (BIOL 240). Students who drop the lecture section of the course will not be allowed to continue in the laboratory section. Laboratory Materials: Pen or pencil Calculator A Sharpie (black or blue, fine point) There is no laboratory manual. A handout containing the protocols, expectations and/or questions will be available on Blackboard the week before the lab . Please read the handout thoroughly before class and bring a printout of the lab handout to class. 1
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BIOL240 Lab Syllabus Fall 2017 Course Objectives: This course is designed to complement and reinforce the principles taught in BIOL240, while also teaching additional concepts such as genome annotation. The laboratory activities are designed to provide hands-on experiences that illustrate fundamental genetic concepts. By performing these exercises students will learn to collect, analyze and present experimental data in formal laboratory reports and other assignments. Course web site: A Blackboard website exists for this course, which is separate from that of the lecture course. The website contains a variety of materials such as this syllabus, handouts, announcements, assignments, and other links to Genetics web resources (as necessary). You will also be able to access your current grade from this site, and may receive email regarding this class.
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  • Spring '14
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