Lecture 2.Jan22 - BIO 311C Spring 2010 Instructor: Dr. J....

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BIO 311C Spring 2010 Instructor: Dr. J. Brand Discussion Instructor: Rebecca Knight Textbook: Biology; Campbell & Reece; 8 th Edit. Brand BIO 211 Web site: www.sbs.utexas.edu/brand/bio311c User ID: biosci\bio311c Password: Prokaryotes! Please raise your hand immediately after the start of the class period if you have not yet received the introductory hand-outs for this course that were provided during the last lecture period. * Discussion sessions start today and Monday. Lecture 2 – Friday 22 Jan. 2010 1
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1. Read the textbook assignment and examine the Presentation Slides on line prior to the presentation of each corresponding lecture. 2. Take careful notes during the lecture 3. Within 24 hours after each lecture, prepare your own set of "expanded notes" corresponding to the lecture. Δ (i.e. prepare a set of lecture notes in your own words that you could deliver to a classmate.) Re-organize the lecture information in preparing your lecture notes if you wish, but always use accurate statements and correct terminology. The information content should seem complete, and should flow smoothly and logically from one statement to the next after your expanded lecture notes have been completed. a. formal lecture information (the basis for starting your expanded notes) b. information contained in course Presentation slides c. the textbook d. any appropriate information from your discussion periods e. lecture notes from a classmate, if needed Δ Use the following sources of information to obtain a complete set of expanded lecture notes: * A Suggested Systematic Study Method 5
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- They are surrounded by a limiting membrane, which separates the living cell from its environment. - They contain DNA, which encodes the information for determining the cell's characteristics. - They contain a specific, characteristic mechanism for synthesizing proteins. - They contain characteristic classes of organic molecules: including proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and nucleic acids. - They undergo characteristic kinds of chemical (metabolic) reactions, each of which requires a specific enzyme. SOME GENERAL PROPERTIES OF ALL LIVING CELLS * 9
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by a limiting membrane. It is called the plasma membrane , the plasmalemma or the cell membrane . * plasma
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Lecture 2.Jan22 - BIO 311C Spring 2010 Instructor: Dr. J....

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