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Bio Syllabus - Lecture Syllabus Principles of Biology...

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1 Lecture Syllabus Principles of Biology I (BIOL 100) Fall 2010 Lectures: Tuesday/Thursday 5:35pm- 6:50pm in Assembly Hall Hunter North. Course coordinator : Dr . Adrienne Alaie Office hours : Wednesdays from 11am- 1pm and by appointment. Office location : 818N Emai l: [email protected] Office phone : (212) 650-3238 (no voicemail set-up) Texts : 1. Campbell’s 8 th Edition Biology. ISBN: 0536404178. 2. Alaie and Jaeger (Fall 2010) Principles of Biology I Laboratory Manual. ISBN: 978-0-7380-3775-2. Multiple copies of Campbell ’s text and lab manual are on reserve in the Socrates Center (B118), B1 level of the library. Multimedia learning Center : Socrates Center (B118) B1 level of library. Mr. Sam Gelman, Director of the Socrates Center. Mr. Gelman’s email : [email protected] Socrates Center website: http://socrates.hunter.cuny.edu Course TAs: listed on Socrates website under “People” tab. Learning Outcomes: As a result of this course experience, students should be able to: 1. describe and discuss the structure of macromolecules and their functions in pro- and eukaryotic cells.
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