4340lecture1 - SC/BIOL 4340 3.0[WINTER 2010 Lecture 1 1...

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1 SC/BIOL 4340 - 3.0 [WINTER 2010] Lecture 1 - 1 PEOPLE Course Director: Dr. Scott P. Kelly Location: Farq. Room 021 (basement) Telephone: 416 736 2100 Ext. 77830 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Fridays 2-3 PM OR by appointment Guest Lecturers in each case Lecture 1 - 2
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2 COURSE GOALS An appraisal of the most numerous and diverse vertebrate group s The provision of factual and conceptual information about fishes s Examine far-reaching interests from classical ichthyology to recent developments and rapidly growing fields s Provide an opportunity to develop presentation, critical thinking and writing skills Lecture 1 - 3 GRADES Final grades will be determined as follows: *Short question and 'essay' format th ] Midterm Exam* 18% [Tuesday Feb 9 th ] Final Exam* 40 % e.g. 2009 midterm - 1 h 15 min long, 4 sections, 1 question/section - section 1; 4 choices, 1 x 10 mark question - section 2; 3 choices, 1 x 15 mark question - section 3; 2 choices, 1 x 25 mark question - section 4; 1 choice, 5 mark question Lecture 1 - 4
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3 GRADES Final grades will be determined as follows: Essay topic to be chosen either by yourself or from a list provided. Final Exam* 40 % Assignment (Essay) 25 % 1) Literature Review : review literature within a defined area and write a report that summarizes the topic in your own words . 2) Research proposal : background literature within a defined area followed by a proposal for research including specific methodology to be used and significance etc. Midterm Exam* 18% [Tuesday Feb 9 th ] Lecture 1 - 5 1. Copper and Fish 2. Zinc and Fish 3. Aluminum and Fish 4. Environmental Hypoxia and Fish 5. Endocrine Disruptors and Fish 6. Bony fish that produce urea: how and why? 7. Chloride cells in fish gills 8. Na + -K + -ATPase in fish gills 9. Cultured gill cells and their applications 10. Reproductive pheromones in fish 11. Prolactin and fish osmoregulation 12. Cortisol and fish osmoregulation 13. Growth hormone and fish 14. Fish endocrine research and medicine 15. Teleost pituitary gland 16. Fish thyroid hormones 17. Urotensins in fish 18. Food deprivation in fish 19. Hormones of the fish gastrointestinal tract
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