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Unformatted text preview: BIOBM 3310 FALL 2009 PRINCIPLES OF BIOCHEMISTRY: PROTEINS AND METABOLISM BIOBM 3310 FALL 2009 PRINCIPLES OF BIOCHEMISTRY: PROTEINS AND METABOLISM Faculty: Prof. Gerald Feigenson 201 Biotech Bldg. gwf3 Grad TAs: Lindsey Boroughs C3-130 VMC lkb53 Jeremy CabelloThompson 453 Biotech jc2279 Leila Toulabi 431 Biotech lbt36 Mengqiao Wang C4-104 VMC mw332 PyMOL TA: Bertheleau Ngakam 460 Weill bmn27 Text: (required ): Lehninger: Principles of Biochemistry, Nelson & Cox, 5th Edition (required ): Lecture Guide (course packet) from Kraftees in Collegetown, 325 College Ave (required ): PyMOL and movie CD-ROM (in course packet) Reserve: Mann Library&Phys.Sci Library BioCenter Res. Desk, 216 Stimson: At Reserve Desk, pick up any graded quizzes/exams not picked up in class; 9AM - 5PM Mon-Th; 9 - 4:30 Fri Assigned problems: Problems are assigned from the text (brief answers at the end of the text) and Lecture Guide (see last part of LG; brief answers at back of LG). We will not collect or grade these problems, but similar ones will appear on quizzes and exams. Assignments will generally be given at the start of the Monday lecture. Molecular graphics: For most weeks, there will be a molecular graphics assignment using the freeware PyMOL. This activity will be discussed in class. Office hours/review sessions for PyMOL assignments: Tuesdays 4:30 6:00PM in Malott Hall room 253 (Profs review session) Sundays 3 - 5PM in Carpenter Hall Red Room (Bertheleau's review session) E-mail PyMOL questions to bmn27@cornell.edu Libraries have TEXT on 2- hour reserve 9 ORGANIC CHEM: NOT HAD IT YET?! MEET BRIEFLY AFTER THIS CLASS Exams: (a) There will be a weekly quiz every Wed (starting 9/9) in class, 15 min. long. The quiz will cover the preceding MWF lectures and associated problems. At the end of each Mon lecture, there will be brief discussion of material to be covered on the quiz; (b) Midterm exam is scheduled for Thursday, 10/22 from 7:30 - 10:00 PM; (c) Comprehensive final exam , Friday, 12/11 9 - 11:30AM. Mark these dates on your calendar now ! Lecture notes: http://www.blackboard.cornell.edu/ (lower case) Go this this URL and login. Answer keys to quizzes and to the midterm exam will also be placed at this location, as well as quizzes and exams from last year. Any course announcements will be made at the start of a lecture: Check this site if you arrive late to class! Totally optional review/question sessions: Mondays 5:30 7 PM in Rockefeller 105 problem solving Tuesdays 3:00 - 4:10PM in Rockefeller 104 problem solving Office hours in 202 Biotech : Mondays 2:00 - 4:00PM Leila Tuesdays 8:45AM 10:45AM Jeremy Tuesdays 10:45AM 12:45PM Mengqiao Tuesdays 12:45 2:45PM Lindsey Thursdays 10AM noon Prof. Feigenson Virtual Office Hours E-mail to: bio331@cornell.edu Replies will be confidential, to your e-mail address. Some FAQ, without identification, will be posted. TAs will be checking the e- mailbox on Sat, Sun, Mon and Tu afternoons: expect speedier responses then.mailbox on Sat, Sun, Mon and Tu afternoons: expect speedier responses then....
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