Chapter 1 Study of life

Chapter 1 Study of life - Life Science 2(Lecture 1 5...

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Life Science 2 (Lecture 1) 5 credits Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00 ‑ 10:50 AM LaKretz 110 This course covers structure (from molecules to cells to systems) and physiology (from metabolism to cells to systems). Professor Stan Schein: Office hours: Monday and Friday 4:00 – 6:00, and by appointment Franz Hall Room 8522 phone 825‑0505; email [email protected] Class Website: http://www.lsic.ucla.edu/classes/fall10/
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Enrollment If you are not enrolled but want to be, you should keep trying URSA, in case someone drops the course. Neither the professor nor the LS Core office have any PTEs to distribute. Sorry. If you have other enrollment concerns, go to the Life Science Office, Life Science Building, Room 2305 (825-6614), where you can contact Lily Yanez ([email protected]) You MUST go to your assigned Lab/Discussion section. If you are unhappy with your Lab/Discussion section assignment, you can change it IF you can find someone else with whom to swap. For this purpose, there is a real bulletin board outside of the LS Core office and a virtual Swap Forum available on the Discussion Board of the course website. Then, consult with the LS Core office to make the swap. Do NOT drop the class, intending to re-enroll!
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The textbook The main textbook is WK Purves, D Sadava, GH Orians, HC Heller. Life, The Science of Biology, 9th Ed. The bookstore has the loose-leaf version – much less expensive than the hardback. You can carry one or two chapters at a time in your backpack! And, you can more easily share the book with someone else. The Study Guide is available on the publisher’s website: http://bcs.whfreeman.com/thelifewire9e/ N Lane, Life Ascending: The Ten Great Inventions of Evolution . Norton: New York. Great fun to read; also required! You’ll also need to buy the new Laboratory Manual. You will want to download the Chemistry CD – a review of Chemistry – in your lab section during Week 1. You’ll need to buy a Turning Point clicker , available at the bookstore. You will use it for in-lecture quizzes.
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Slides (ppt), audio (MP3), and video streaming The slides for each lecture (in powerpoint files) are posted to the lecture on the Class Website under Course Materials. You should print them out and bring them to lecture. Barring glitches, the audio portion of the lectures will also be posted as MP3 files shortly after the lecture. Students find the recorded lectures useful for review (while looking at the slides) and for taking notes, but they report that they are less useful if they had never attended the lecture. The lectures are also being videotaped, and the videotaped versions will be available on the web, for streaming or for downloading, usually on the same day as the lecture. (Applause) However, as you will see, you are well advised to attend the live lecture.
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All of your scores (exams, quizzes, Lab reports) are posted in my.ucla. The course has 494 total points
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2010 for the course ECON ECON 2 taught by Professor Sproul during the Spring '10 term at UCLA.

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