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Unformatted text preview: Biology 241 Biology 241 : : Introduction to Applied Microbiology Introduction to Applied Microbiology Dr. B.J. Butler, B1 Rm 279 ext. 35081, bjbutler@uwaterloo.ca textbook : Madigan, M.T., Martinko, J.M., Dunlap, P.V., Clark, D.P. 2009. Brock Biology of Microorganisms, 12 th ed. Pearson Benjamin Cummings. available at UW bookstore 11 th ed is fine lab sessions : begin the week of May 11 th instructor : Dr. C. Duxbury, ESC Rm 357F, ext. 36450, cduxbury@uwaterloo.ca Lab Manual available at UW bookstore WHMIS required; lab coat required course web page : on UW-ACE course syllabus , .ppt slides, announcements (up-dates, corrections), Lab Folder, links to outside info, etc. check it regularly IN1 mark distribution : lecture component : midterm exam 20% final exam 50% laboratory component : 30% (lab reports, quizzes, lab exam; further breakdown provided in lab) exams : midterm exam : Thurs June 11 th , 5:45-6:45 p.m. (room TBA) lab exam : TBA final exam : to be scheduled by Registrar (2.5 h) exam format : multiple choice, matching, true-or-false questions IN2 resources On Reserve (Davis) : Prescott, L.M., Harley, J.P., Klein, D.A. 2005. Microbiology, 6th ed. McGraw-Hill. Salyers, A.A., Whitt, D.D. 2001. Microbiology: diversity, disease and the environment. Fitzgerald Science Press. Black, J.G. 2002. Microbiology: principles and explorations. 5 th ed. Wiley. Perry, J.J., Staley, J.T., Lory, S. 2002. Microbial life. Sinauer Associates. also copy of Madigan et al. Academic discipline and integrity : IN3 Policy 71 Policy 71 (Student Academic Discipline Policy) : http://www.adm.uwaterloo.ca/infosec/Policies/policy71.htm Biology Departments policies Biology Departments policies : see your lab manual issues: infringing unreasonably on the work of others cheating on exams, assignments, work term reports, or any other work impersonating another student/being impersonated for exam, assignments plagiarism - presenting ideas, words, other intellectual property of another as one's own; others work must be properly acknowledged & referenced obtaining by improper means exams, similar materials; using, distributing to others falsifying academic records , or submitting false credentials oral/written misrepresentations which may affect academic evaluations...
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