BIOL3520Introduction

BIOL3520Introduction - BIOL 3520 Introduction to the Course...

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BIOL 3520 Precision, Accuracy, and Skill: Proper Use of the Micropipettor
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Contact information TA: (your name) (your office and office hours) (your e-mail) (etc.) Lab supervisor: Patrick Horn LSC-B430 940-565-2300 patrickhorn@my.unt.edu
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BIOL 3520: Cell Biology Laboratory Laboratory to complement BIOL 3510 Focuses on methods of investigation How knowledge is experimentally generated and applied Interpretation and communication of results Reinforces key concepts in cell biology
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Assessment Weekly lab performance (12 of 13): 12% Published paper analysis: 8% Notebook (2 of 3): 20% Sectional exams (3*): 40% *Because it covers less material, the first sectional exam is worth half the credit of the second and third (= 40, 80, 80 pts). Individual Lab report: 20%
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Performance It is important to contribute positively Be present and actively engaged Participate and assist in the lab Be conscientious and safe (including lab cleanliness
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2011 for the course BIOL 3520 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at North Texas.

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