Lecture _1 - Review of Chemistry I

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The Chemistry of Life Lecture #1 – Review of Chemistry I Textbook: Campbell – Reece, 8 th Edition Reading Assignment: Next Two Lectures: h Chapters 2 - 4 BIOL 203 – Spring 2010 Ralph Feuer
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Enrollment into Biology 203 Crashers “Crashers” are asked to report to LS 218 between 9:00am and 11:00am this Friday (January 22 nd ). Dr. Truesdale (BIOL 203L Instructor) will be handling “crashers”. Dr. David Truesdale Lab Coordinator [email protected] Please note that Dr. Truesdale will not hand out codes on a first come, first serve basis (no need to panic and camp out the night before). Dr. Truesdale will evaluate each student and determine which students receive “Add Codes” on approximately Monday, January 25 th by email. We expect there to be enough room for all “crashers”, as long as students are not choosy about laboratory times Lab Forgiveness Please see Undergraduate Advising in the Biology Department Dr. Andrew Bohonak and Arlene Castillo [email protected] Undergraduate Advising will contact me to let me know of your laboratory passing grade, after which I will email you an Add Code Auditing Please see me after class or email me
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What to expect from my section Review of Chemistry , Amino Acids and Proteins , Carbohydrates and Lipids , Cell Structure , Energy, Enzymes and Metabolism EXAM I (100 points) M b St t d T t R i ti Gl l i d th Cit i A id C l C ll Membrane Structure and Transport , Respiration: Glycolysis and the Citric Acid Cycle , Cell Respiration Mitochondrial Transport , Photosynthesis: Light Reactions and the Calvin Cycle , Cell Signaling, Mitosis EXAM II (100 points) Four Exams Total for the course (Feuer and McGuire) = 400 points possible Bonus points (extra) = Quizzes, Attendance may be necessary Course Information posted on Blackboard
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What to expect from my section Review of Chemistry , Amino Acids and Proteins , Carbohydrates and Lipids , Cell Structure , Energy, Enzymes and Metabolism EXAM I (100 points) M b St t d T t R i ti Gl l i d th Cit i A id C l C ll Membrane Structure and Transport , Respiration: Glycolysis and the Citric Acid Cycle , Cell Respiration Mitochondrial Transport , Photosynthesis: Light Reactions and the Calvin Cycle , Cell Signaling, Mitosis EXAM II (100 points) Four Exams Total for the course (Feuer and McGuire) = 400 points possible Bonus points (extra) = Quizzes, Attendance may be necessary Course Information posted on Blackboard
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Prerequisites Although Biology 203 is introductory in nature, we have a lot of ground to cover. Therefore, as a minimum background you should have all of the following : 1) A ll l l h i h Ch 200 i i d college-level chemistry course such as Chem. 200 is required as a prerequisite. You should not take Biology 203 course without Chem. 200 or its equivalent. You face possible course failure for lacking prerequisites.
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