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Unformatted text preview: SPRING2009BIO202 GENERALINFORMATION: CourseTitle:"FundamentalsofBiology:MolecularandCellularBiology"BIO202,Section02,Class#58288 Lectures:TheclasswillmeetonMon,Wed,andFrifrom9:3510:30AMinJavitsLectureCenter,Rm102 Course Description: BIO 202, along with BIO 201 and BIO 203, make up a threesemester series on Fundamentals of Biology.Thethreecoursesmaybetakeninanyorder.InBIO202,livingsystemsareexaminedfromamolecular,cellular, andgeneticpointofview,withafocusontherelationshipbetweenstructureandfunction. Course prerequisites: CHE 111, 121, 131, or 141 are pre or corequisite. Satisfactory entrylevel (3) math proficiency is required. STAFF: ADMINISTRATIVEDIRECTOR: Ms.EllenLopez G04CentersforMolecularMedicine Phone: 6328543 Email:elopez@notes.cc.sunysb.edu ContactMs.Lopezforalladministrativematters. LECTURER: SusanErsterPhD DeptofBiochemistryandCellBiology LifeSciencesBuildingRm316 Phone:6328562 Email:serster@notes.cc.sunysb.edu Susan.erster@stonybrook.edu Officehours:Wed11:002:00andbyappointment REQUIREDMATERIALS: Textbook:Biology(8thEdition)byCampbell,Reece.AnSBUcustomeditioncontainingallchaptersrequiredforBIO202, plusaccesscodeforonlinesupport,isavailableatuniversitybookstores. CourseWebsite:Classinformation,includinglecturepowerpoints,examanswers,grades,andotherimportantnoticeswill beplacedon the coursewebsite, on the Stony BrookBlackboardsystem(http://blackboard.stonybrook.edu).If you have usedStonyBrook'sBlackboardsystempreviously,yourlogininformation(UsernameandPassword)hasnotchanged.Ifyou haveneverusedStonyBrook'sBlackboardsystem,yourinitialusernameistypicallyyourfirstinitialandthefirst7lettersof yourlastname,andyourpasswordisyourSOLARID#.Forhelp,ormoreinformation,visitthehelpdeskintheMainLibrary SINCSiteortheUnionSINCSite,oryoucancall6316329602oremailhelpme@ic.sunysb.edu. EXAMINATIONS,POLICIESANDGRADES: Therewillbefourmidtermexamsandacumulativefinalexam.Midtermexams12,and3willbegivenintheevening, from8:3010:00PM,onFeb17th,Mar12th,andApr14th.Midtermexam4willbegivenalongwiththecumulativefinal, onFridayMay15th11:00AM1:30PM. COURSEGRADECALCULATION: Thelowestofthe4midtermsgradeswillbedropped. Averageof3highestmidtermexams65% Cumulativefinal35% NOMAKEUPEXAMSWILLBEGIVEN.Ifyoumissoneofthemidtermexams,themissedexamwillcountasyourdropped grade.Ifyoumissany2examsandyouprovideproperacceptabledocumentationwithinoneweekoftheexam,yourgrade willbecalculatedfromtheremainingexamgrades.Ifyoufailtoprovidedocumentationforbothmissedexams,agradeof zeroforoneoftheexamswillbecountedtowardsyourcoursegrade. HOWTOSUCCEEDINBIO202: Attendthelectures:Thelecturesshowyouwhichtopicstoemphasize,howmuchdetailyouneedtoknow,andhowthe topicsfittogether.ChaptersfromthebooklistedintheCourseSchedulewillhelpyoutofindtherelevantmaterialforeach lecture.Usethetextbooktosupplementmaterialpresentedinthelectures.Theexamsarebasedonthelectures,which maycontainmaterialthatisnotfoundinthetext,sodonotmissanylectures. Helpisavailable:Lecturenotesand/orpowerpoints,andpreviousexamscanbefoundonthecourseblackboardsite.The textbook also contains digital/online support. Course teaching assistants hold weekly recitation sessions throughout the semester.CheckblackboardforrecitationschedulesandTAcontactinformation. STUDENTSWITHDISABILITIESORSPECIALNEEDS:Ifyouhaveaphysical,psychological,medicalorlearningdisabilitythat may impact your course work, please contact Disability Support Services (631) 6326748. They will determine what accommodations are necessary and appropriate. All information and documentation is confidential. Students requiring emergency evacuation are encouraged to discuss their needs with their professors and Disability Support Services. For proceduresandinformationhttp://www.ehs.sunysb.edu/fire/disabilities.asp CRITICALINCIDENTMANAGEMENTINITIATIVESTATEMENT:"TheUniversityatStonyBrookexpectsstudentstomaintain standardsofpersonalintegritythatareinharmonywiththeeducationalgoalsoftheinstitution;toobservenational,state, and local laws and University regulations; and to respect the rights, privileges, and property of other people. Faculty is required to report disruptive behavior that interrupts faculty's ability to teach, the safety of the learning environment, and/orstudents'abilitytolearntoJudicialAffairs." ACADEMICINTEGRITYSTATEMENT:"Eachstudentmustpursuehisorheracademicgoalshonestlyandbepersonally accountableforallsubmittedwork.Representinganotherperson'sworkasyourownisalwayswrong.Anysuspected instanceofacademicdishonestywillbereportedtotheAcademicJudiciary.Formorecomprehensiveinformationon academicintegrity,includingcategoriesofacademicdishonesty,pleaserefertotheacademicjudiciarywebsiteat http://www.stonybrook.edu/uaa/academicjudiciary/" If you are caught cheating, you will receive an F for the entire course and be reported to the academic judiciary committee. DATE MonJan26 WedJan28 FriJan30 MonFeb2 WedFeb4 FriFeb6 MonFeb9 WedFeb11 FriFeb13 MonFeb16 TUESFEB17 WedFeb18 FriFeb20 MonFeb23 WedFeb25 FriFeb27 MonMar2 WedMar4 FriMar6 MonMar9 WedMar11 THURMAR12 FriMar13 MonMar16 WedMar18 FriMar20 MonMar23 WedMar25 FriMar27 MonMar30 WedApr1 FriApr3 MonApr13 TUESAPR14 WedApr15 FriApr17 MonApr20 WedApr22 FriApr24 MonApr27 WedApr29 FriMay1 MonMay4 WedMay6 FriMay8 FRIMAY15 LECTURE# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 8:3010:00PM 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 8:3010:00PM 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 8:3010:00PM 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 11:001:30PM TOPIC Atomsandmoleculesinbiology Propertiesofwaterandsolutions Moleculardiversityinbiology Macromolecules:carbohydratesandlipids Macromolecules:nucleicacids Macromolecules:proteins Cellstructure,organelles Organelles(cont'd) Cytoskeleton Membranestructure MIDTERM1LECTURES19 Membranetransport Metabolism,bioenergetics Metabolism,enzymes Cellularrespiration:glycolysis Cellularrespiration:Krebscycle,ETC Photosynthesis:pigments,lightrxns Photosynthesis:Calvincycle Cellcellcommunication Signaltransductionpathways Celldivision:mitosis MIDTERM2LECTURES1019 Celldivision:cellcycleregulation Meiosis Mendelianinheritance Exceptionstomendelianinheritance Chromosomalbasisofinheritance Sexdetermination,linkage,recombination Humangeneticdisorders Molecularbasisofinheritance:DNA DNAreplication Fromgenetoprotein:thegeneticcode SPRINGRECESS Fromgenetoprotein:transcription MIDTERM3LECTURES2030 Fromgenetoprotein:translation DNAdamageandrepair Bacterialgeneexpression Eukaryoticgeneexpression Geneexpression:development Geneexpression:cancer Viruses Biotechnology:techniques Biotechnology:applications Genomesandevolution Genomesandevolution MIDTERM4LECTURES3142PLUS CUMULATIVEFINALEXAM CHAPTER 2 3 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 14 14 15 15 14,15 16 16 17 17 17 17 18 18 18 18 19 20 20 21 21 ...
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