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BIOLOGY 113: Sample Syllabus Biological Sciences: Energy Transfer and Development Catalog Description: Exploration of biology and biological principles; topics include cell structure and function, reproduction and development of plants and animals, bioenergetics, genetics, and evolution. Prereq: Chem 101 or 121 or H201. Not open to students with credit for H115. Course Objectives: Students will be familiar with the scientific method (observation, evaluation and interpretation of data), the various levels of organization of living organisms, the chemistry of biological systems, the energetics of photosynthesis and respiration, simple genetics and its impact on evolution, and plant and animal development. They will have acquired manipulative and observational skills from the laboratory portion of the course. Successful completion of Biology 113 and Biology 114 should form a sound basis for favorable performance in intermediate or advanced undergraduate courses in departments in the College of Biological Sciences. Format: Lectures: two 1.5 hour lectures/week (Faculty) Laboratory/Recitation: 3 hr/week lab, 1 hr/week recitation (Introductory Biology Program Teaching Assistant) Texts: Biology; Campbell and Reece, 6th Edition, Benjamin-Cummings, 2002. ISBN 0-8053-6624-5
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