Biol11901_syllabus_spring_2011(2)

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General Biology: diversity; physiology; ecology- BIOL. 119 (01), CRN# 50064 MWF 9:30-10:20, Instructors: Drs. O’Donnell and Spear Course Outline, Spring 2011 Class Schedule Chapters Instructor (Subject to adjustment) 1. January 19, 2011 Ch. 32 – Animal Diversity Dr. O’Donnell 2. January 21, 2011 Ch. 32, 33 – Invertebrates 3. January 24, 2011 Ch. 33 – Invertebrates 4. January 26, 2011 Ch. 33 – Invertebrates 5. January 28, 2011 Ch. 34 – Vertebrates (assignment #1 due) 6. January 31, 2011 Ch. 34 – Vertebrates 7. February 2, 2011 Ch. 34, 40 – Basic Principles of Form and Function 8. February 4, 2011 Ch. 40, 42 – Circulation (assignment #2 due) 9. February 7, 2011 Ch. 42 – Circulation, Gas Exchange 10. February 9, 2011 Ch. 42 – Gas Exchange 11. February 11, 2011 Exam I (32-34, 40, 42, (circulation)) 12. February 14, 2011 Ch. 43 – Immunity 13. February 16, 2011 Ch. 43, 44 – Osmoregulation 14. February 18, 2011 Ch. 44 – Excretion (assignment #3 due) 15. February 21, 2011 Ch. 44, 45 – Hormones 16. February 23, 2011 Ch. 45, 46 – Reproduction 17. February 25, 2011 Ch. 46, 47 – Development (assignment #4 due) 18. February 28, 2011 Ch. 47, 48 – Neurons, Synapses and Signaling 19. March 2, 2011 Ch. 48 – Neurons, Synapses and Signaling 20. March 4, 2011 Ch. 48, 49 – Nervous systems 21. March 7, 2011 Ch. 50 – Muscle function 22. March 9, 2011 Exam II (43-50) Dr. O’Donnell 23. March 11, 2011 Ch. 28 – Biodiversity: Protists – algae Dr. Spear 24. March 14, 2011 no class 25. March 16, 2011 no class 26. March 18, 2011 no class 27. March 21, 2011 Ch. 29 – Biodiversity: Plants – seedless 28. March 23, 2011 Ch. 30 – Biodiversity: Plants – “naked seeds” 29. March 25, 2011 Ch. 30 – Biodiversity: Plants – flowers/fruits Last Day to Withdraw 30. March 28, 2011 Ch. 31 – Biodiversity: Fungi (assignment #5 due) 31. March 30, 2011 Ch. 35 – Plant structure – primary growth 32. April 1, 2011 Ch. 35 – Plant structure – secondary growth 33. April 4, 2011 Ch. 36 – Plant function: transport 34. April 6, 2011 Ch. 37 – Plant function: transport/nutrition ( assignment #6 due) 35. April 8, 2011 Ch. 38 – Plant reproduction 36. April 11, 2011 Exam III (29-31, 35-37) 37. April 13, 2011 Ch. 39 – Plant responses 38. April 15, 2011 Ch. 39 – Plant responses 39. April 18, 2011 Ch. 52 - Ecology/biosphere 41. April 22, 2011 Ch. 53 – Population Ecology
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42. April 25, 2011 Ch. 54 – Community Ecology 43. April 27, 2011 Ch. 55 – Ecosystem ecology 44. April 29, 2011 Ch. 55 – Historical ecology (assignment #8 due ) 45. May 2, 2011 Ch. 56 - Conservation/restoration ecology 34. April 6, Ch. 37 – Plant function: transport/nutrition 46. May 6, 2011 Exam IV (39, 50- 55) Dr. Spear 8:00-11:00 am, Newton 202
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A. PREREQUISITES None B. TEXT: Biology, Eighth Edition - Campbell, Reece (available at campus bookstore) C. INSTRUCTORS: Ray W. Spear, Ph.D. And Robert W. O’Donnell, Ph.D. Office: ISC, Room 256 ISC, Room 355 Telephone: 245-5311 245-5313 Office Hours: M 2:30 – 3:20, T 10:00 – 10:50 MWF, 10:30 to 11:20; R, 1:00-2:15 W 1:30 – 2:20, F 8:30-9:20 Other times by appointment Other times by appointment Campus E-mail spear odonnell Internet Address [email protected] [email protected] D. Course Materials: course materials will be available within the ANGEL CMS, myCourses .
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