10_BioG101 - Cell Division No tr youts No experience needed...

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9/19/08 1 Cell Division Lecture 10 Esther Angert Are you interested in western horseback riding? Would you like to compete against other collegiate teams? Do you enjoy horses and just want to spend time around them? If so, come see what the Cornell Western Equestrian Team is all about! No tryouts!! No experience needed!! Come to our informational meeting : Monday, September 22 at 6PM 141 Morrison If you have any questions please contact: Judy Alishauskas: [email protected] Explorations Program All BioG 1101 students are expected to participate in one Explorations Program. Registration materials will be distributed in lecture today, Friday, September 12. REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS TODAY AT NOON Electronic registration will begin at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, September 15 using the course website. --|-- Programs are filled on a first-come-first served basis, so register early to ensure placement in your top choice --|-- Registration deadline is Friday, September 19 at noon. --|-- Register by the deadline, attend, and evaluate your program to receive full credit. Contact Debbie Doolittle: [email protected] with your questions. BIOLOGY DINING DISCUSSIONS Fall 2008 – Cornell University Monday, 22 Sep. 2008 GUEST: Dr. Esther Angert, Dept. Microbiology Room 302AB APPEL DINING HALL 5:45 PM Meeting place: West Entrance to Appel Center at 5:45pm Course announcements 1. NEW OFFICE HOURS: Dr. Mark Sarvary will have office hours from 2:00-3:00 pm on Monday and Wednesday only, not on Friday. 2. NEW MAKE-UP EXAM LOCATION: Due to the large number of students taking the first make -up exam we have moved the location to a larger room. The make-up exam is now scheduled in room 345 Warren Hall at 7:30pm on 30 September 3. PRACTIVE EXAM How specifically do we need to know the structure of the R groups of those 20 amino acids? You may be asked to know their functional properties, e.g., that
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