1 bio INTRO - Ch 1

1 bio INTRO - Ch 1 - Outline Syllabus: Nuts and Bolts of...

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4/7/11 Outline Syllabus: Nuts and Bolts of the course Differences between High School and College Biology How to succeed in Biology 101 Overview of “Prime Concepts” Chapter 1
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4/7/11 Questions for Next Class : 1) What is a hypothesis? 2) What are the components of a well designed experiment? 3) What are the differences between Nonpolar Covalent, Polar Covalent, and Ionic Bonds? 4) Why is water such an efficient solvent? 5) How does water’s structure relate to its functional properties? 6) What is the relationship between homeostasis
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4/7/11 What do you need to succeed in Bio Understand biological concepts AND have the skills necessary to use them
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4/7/11 Concepts Skills
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4/7/11 Skills vs. Concepts Skills : Technical abilities needed to be successful in Biology 101 Metric System, Reading Graphs, Nomenclature, Statistics, Chemical Structures, Logarithms, Concept Maps See Appendix A: (B1- B10) Concepts : Understanding of
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4/7/11 11 Prime
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Freeman during the Spring '11 term at Union.

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