Lecture 1 - WELCOME! BIO 311 Techniques in Molecular and...

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WELCOME! BIO 311 Techniques in Molecular and Cellular Biology Humanities #1006 Wed: 8:30-9:25 AM A.K.M. M. Mollah (Shopon), Ph.D. Fall 2010
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Teleph one 632-1674 Email amollah@notes.cc.sunysb.edu Office Life Sciences, Room 372 Office Hrs Tuesdays 3:00 – 4:00 pm Wednesdays 10:00 – 11:00 am or by appointment Course Director: A.K.M. M. Mollah, Ph.D. , Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology This is a Blackboard Course All materials for labs and the lecture notes will be posted on Blackboard http://blackboard.sunysb.edu
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TAs: 1. Desiree de Figueroa 2. Sumreet Johar 3. Kristine Seitz 4. Salvatore Parrino 5. Saj Hossain (Prep)
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Blackboard One Lecture Blackboard site for all students. Lecture Notes Lab manual exercises Reading assignments Extra credit lecture quizzes Other: Web information, manuals, journal articles Section Blackboard site for the students in one section only TA will post staff info and office hours. TA will post section specific information or announcements to help your students All grades are entered Lab reports are uploaded through Safe Assignment
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BIO 311 Curriculum This course introduces college students to common techniques used in molecular biology- based research laboratories. The initial stages of many research projects require the cloning of genes before the actual scientific study can be carried out. After cloning, the resulting gene product is isolated and partially characterized. Bioinformation is obtained through the Web to analyze the resulting gene product. The results are presented at Scientific meetings and written in research reports.
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Required Materials Textbooks: a. paperback: Krebs JE, Goldstein ES, Kilpatrick ST (2010), Lewin’s Essential GENES, 2nd edition (pb ISBN: 978-0-7637-5915-5) b. Pechenik, Jan A. (2007) A Short Guide to Writing about Biology: Sixth Edition, Pearson, ISBN 0321385926 Optional text: c. Micklos, David A., Freyer, Greg A., and Crotty, David. A. (2003) DNA Science, A First Course: Second Edition. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, New York, ISBN 0-87969-632-2 d.Lewin, Benjamin (2008) GENES IX, ninth edition, Jones and Bartlett Pub. ISBN0-7637-4063-2
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Required Materials 1. Loose leaf binder for the whole BIO 311 Lab manual notes downloaded each week from Blackboard 2. Loose leaf paper for taking notes and collecting data 3. Own box of gloves for those with sensitive skin or allergies (only powdered nitrile gloves will be provided) 4. Calculator 5. Computer floppy Disk (Zip disk, CD-RW, or Flash drive) 6. E-mail account
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Laboratory Etiquette and Safety Undergraduate laboratories must operate according to guidelines specified by Campus Environmental Health and Safety.
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