BIO 130 2010 syllabus_tentative

BIO 130 2010 syllabus_tentative - UNIVERSITY at BUFFALO...

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UNIVERSITY at BUFFALO Department of Biological Sciences BIO 130 Perspectives in Human Biology Syllabus Spring Semester 2010 Course Description: Lectures and laboratory for students who need to fulfill one year of science plus one semester of lab, and general education requirement. Structural and functional characteristics of living things emphasizing human biology and genetics; the significance of these characteristics with respect to the future of humanity. Academic Credit: 3.5 Credits General Course Goals: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the conceptual framework of cell and molecular biology, including structural/functional basis basic life processes, such as metabolism, reproduction, and heredity. Within the laboratory component of the course, enrollees are given the opportunity for in-depth pursuit of three selected topics from those covered in the lecture portion of the course. Specific Objectives for Student Learning: Students who successfully complete this course should be able to explain how cells and molecules within them make fundamental life processes possible. Such explanations should include evidence of an understanding of how knowledge about mechanisms of life processes is based on experiments that investigated the physical and chemical qualities of life forms.
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This note was uploaded on 07/07/2010 for the course BIO 130 taught by Professor Xi-friedman during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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