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even today BTW media services is saying this is the last quarter they can support this service so if you value it, you need to contact media services: [email protected] Prerequisites are general chemistry, BIO20A, BIO20B and a biochemistry course, either BIO100 or BMB100A. On-line syllabus has a review section at the end with key biochemical concepts you should be familiar to you.
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Biology 110 - Cell Biology
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Biology 110 - Cell Biology
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EXAMS: There will be three exams (100/100/150). The syllabus indicates which lectures will be covered on each exam. All multiple choice. You must bring the pink, whole page scantron sheets to exams Make-up exams will only be allowed if one has a legitimate reason; such reasons include illness, serious family emergency, or a University sponsored event. The make-up will be an oral exam given by me. – Re-grades: If you feel that one or more of the questions or answers were unfair or that your exam was improperly graded, you can appeal by submitting a request explaining the issue to me. This must occur within a week after the exams are handed back.
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PROBLEM SETS: There will be weekly problem sets. These are not graded but at least one question from the problem sets will be similar to a question of the exam. SECTION: Is NOT mandatory. It is for you. Take advantage of it or not. Attendance will be taken and considered in cases of borderline grades. Exams will be handed back in section. Sec Day Time Building Room TA A Mon 2:00PM-3:10PM Phys Sciences 136 Gary Longo B Mon 3:30PM-4:40PM Phys Sciences 136 Gary Longo C Thur 8:30AM-9:40AM PhysSciences 130 Mikhail Binnewies D Fri 9:30AM-10:40AM PhysSciences 130 Duylinh Nguyen E Fri 11:00AM-12:10PM PhysSciences 130 Duylinh Nguyen G Thur 10:00AM-11:10AM Earth & Marine B214 Mikhail Binnewies H Thur 12:00PM-1:10PM Earth & Marine B214 David Ludwig I Fri 2:00PM-3:10PM Eight Acad 252 David Ludwig
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Assistance with Disabilities: Students with disabilities who need special assistance with this course should provide me documentation from the Disabilities Resource Center by the first two meetings of the class. You can contact the DRC
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