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Unformatted text preview: Multicellularity: cell diversification Lecture 18 7 October 2009 Cole Gilbert Friends of the Library (Esty St. between Meadow & Fulton) BOOK SALE 10 October, 8:oo am - 8:oo pm Next three weekends 10am - 8 pm 50 100 75 25 Score on prelim 1 (%) = 77% X GRADE <68% (27/41) This course is not “curved”. The distribution is as you see it. BioG 1101 (The “Lecture” course) Dr. Cole Gilbert 6136 Comstock 255-8152 [email protected] Office hours: after every lecture until 12:30 Dr. Mark Sarvary 1136 Comstock Hall 255-2031 mas245 @cornell.edu Office hours: W 1:30 – 2:30pm F 12:30 – 1:30pm &¡¢£ ¤¥¦¡ § ¨©ª«« Course Assistant (Lab and Lecture) Dr. Scott Meissner Office hours: Monday 11:30am – 1:30pm 1122 Comstock Hall BioG 1001: The “Help” course for Bio 1101 Dr. Lindsay Goodloe BioG 1001: The “Help” course for Bio 1101 Dr. Lindsay Goodloe (G24 Stimson Hall, 255-0974, [email protected]) Tuesday, 4:20-5:35 PM, G-1 Stimson Hall Wednesday, 7:30-8:45 PM, Tatkon Center, 3330 or Friday, 1:25-2:40 PM, G-1 Stimson Hall (Class and office hours are open to all students) Dr. Goodloe also supervises the Biology Learning Strategies Center (G24 Stimson Hall). The center has student tutors who are available M-F 1:00-5:00 PM and Sunday - Thursday 7:00-9:30 PM. Photosynthesis Words absorption spectrum action spectrum autotroph bundle-sheath cell C3 plant C4 plant Calvin cycle CAM plant carbon fixation carotenoid chlorophyll chlorophyll a chlorophyll b crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) cytochrome dark reaction cyclic electron flow electromagnetic spectrum glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate grana (G3P) heterotroph light reactions light-harvesting complex linear electron flow mesophyll mesophyll cell NADP+ NADPH PEP carboxylase photon photophosphorylation photorespiration photosynthesis photosystem I photosystem II primary electron acceptor reaction center rubisco stoma stroma thylakoid membrane water In dry, hot environments......
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This note was uploaded on 03/13/2010 for the course BIOG 1101 taught by Professor N/a during the Fall '10 term at Cornell.
- Fall '10