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Biochemistry 104, Section 1, Spring Quarter, 2011 Course Information Course web site: smartsite.ucdavis.edu/ Professors: Teaching Assistant: Dr. Marilynn Etzler Professor of Biochemistry meetzler@ucdavis.edu Wesley Sughrue wsughrue@ucdavis.edu Office Hours: The Professor and Teaching Assistant will hold office hours each week on the days and times posted each week on this web site. Course Administrative Assistant: Maria Saldana-Seibert , Room 156 Briggs Hall, 752-0202, msaldana@ucdavis.edu Text: Molecular Biology of The Cell , 5th Edition, B. Alberts, A.Johnson, J. Lewis, M. Raff, K. Roberts, P. Walter (Garland Press). Copies of this book are on reserve in Shields Library. For those students choosing to use the 4th edition of this book, assignments will also be made for this edition. An electronic version of this book is available. See file on textbook information for more information.
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Course Format: Two lecturesTuesdays,Thursdays, 12:10 – 1:30 p.m., Room 2205 Haring Hall Lecture notes: Notes for each lecture will be posted on the web site at least one day
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Unformatted text preview: before class. Podcasts: Podcasts for each lecture will be posted on the web site. Exams and Quizzes: Two Quizzes will each account for 15% of the grade in this class. A Midterm exam (35% of grade) will be held on Tuesday, May 3. The Final exam (35% of grade) is scheduled on Saturday, June 4. Grades: Grades will be based on total performance and not on a class curve. Plus and minus grades will be used for borderline cases. Guaranteed standards are: 87% = A; 75% = B; 60% = C; 50% = D The minimum score for a grade may be lowered from the above values but will not be raised. CODE OF ACADEMIC CONDUCT: Cheating is not tolerated in this class. Persons suspected of cheating will be referred to the Office for Student Judicial Affairs. Code of Academic Conduct: Cheating is not tolerated in this class. Persons suspected of cheating will be referred to the Office of Student Judicial Affairs....
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