BIO311CFall09Lecture1a - BIO 311C: Introductory Biology I...

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BIO 311C: Introductory Biology I Fall 2009 Dr. Thomas Bushart Lecture 1
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Who we are Instructor Teaching Assistant Name: Dr. Thomas Bushart Devin Fraley Office: Biological Laboratory, room 6 Biological Laboratory, room 6 Phone: 471-1074 471-1074 E-mail: DrBushart@gmail.com tbushart@mail.utexas.edu devin.fraley@mail.utexas.edu Office hours: TBA, by appointment TBA, by appointment
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What is Intro Bio I about? Per the course catalog BIO 311c is an “Introduction to biological energy transformation, cell structure and physiology, and gene expression.” Introduction to Cell Biology (320)! My major themes: Hierarchies and emergent properties Structure Function Gene expression (DNA RNA Protein)
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Grading Assignment Percentage of final grade Discussion section quizzes/activities 10 % Exams I – IV (20 % each, lowest exam dropped) 60 % Mandatory cumulative final 30 % Exams will be short answer/essay style and designed to be finished in 45-50 minutes
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This note was uploaded on 11/12/2010 for the course BIO 311 C taught by Professor Mcclelland during the Fall '09 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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BIO311CFall09Lecture1a - BIO 311C: Introductory Biology I...

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