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GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB II Bio 112 012 Wednesday 11:30-2:15p.m. 118 LSB Amanda M. Burdi Office: 318 Life Sciences Building Email: [email protected] Office Hours: B y Appointment Only!
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GRADING & KEY DATES 10 Weekly Lab Assignments -6 pts each (unless otherwise noted) -Due at the end of class (unless otherwise noted) -Must be present to get credit 3 Lab Exams - 60 pts each - Exam 1 Wednesday 2/9 - Exam 2 Wednesday 3/16 - Exam 3 Wednesday 4/27 -Practical style & possibly written sections 6 Lab Quizzes -12 pts each -Lowest score dropped -Content: Previous lab; Notes; Pre-lab readings -First 5-10 minutes of class - Quiz Dates: Wed.. 1/26; 2/2; 2/23; 3/2; 3/30; 4/13
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OTHER KEY DATES SPRING BREAK 3/7 - 3/111 NO CLASS LAST DAY TO WITHDRAW 3/28 (Monday) 12:00am EASTER BREAK 4/19 - 4/22 NO CLASS LAST DAY OF CLASS 4/13 FINAL EXAM 4/27 APROVED ONLY MAKE-UP EXAM 5/4 at 10:00a.m
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Introduction to the Animal Kingdom Main Characteristics : Multicellular Eukaryotic Heterotrophic Diploid organisms formed by 2 haploid gametes (1 egg + 1 sperm)
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K ing P hillip C ame O ver F or G inger S naps K ingdom P hylum C lass O rder F amily G enus S pecies Review: Classification of Organisms
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p. 186 in Lab Manual The Differences in Development from this stage forward provide many important criteria for determining the relationships among the Animal Phyla
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Animal Reproduction and Development 1. Fusion of egg + sperm = zygote 2. Zygote undergoes repeated mitotic divisions to form a solid ball of cells = morula 3. Ball of cells develops into a hollow ball = blastula 4. Process of
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  • Spring '11
  • Burdie
  • Biology, Cnidaria, Phylum Cnidaria, organization Gastrovascular cavity, Radial symmetry Diploblastic, Symmetry Triploblastic Organs/Systems, Tissue organization Gastrovascular

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