Biology lecture 2

Biology lecture 2 - Learn about cutting-edge research over...

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1 Learn about cutting-edge research over lunch with cool profs September 12 - 16, 2011 11:30 AM 11:30 AM Redpath Museum More info: www.mcgill.ca/science/ Labs start this week! • Pants, close-toed shoes, labcoat & goggles, bags in locker, print out of Lab 1 • Supplemental lab lecture 2 • You need to attend lab to secure your registration • Where is my lab?
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2 ATTENTION ALL BIOL111 STUDENTS: On your first lab day you must present yourself to ANY one of the following rooms in the Stewart Biology Building (http://biology.mcgill.ca/building/location.html): W4/4A-1, W4/4A-2, W4/4A-3, W3/11, W3/17, N4/5 W4/4A 1, W4/4A 2, W4/4A 3, W3/11, W3/17, N4/5 To get to these rooms, enter the Stewart Biology building's south entrance via the doors directly on Dr. Penfield street. Go straight and turn left at the first corridor. Keep walking and you will see an elevator. Take the elevator up to the 3rd floor (for rooms W3/11 and W3/17) or up to the 4th floor (for all other rooms). Teaching assistants will be waiting for students in front of the doors. Each room will accept a total of 16 students . If you arrive at a room and it is full, a teaching assistant will direct you to a new room. The room to which you choose will be your room for the rest of the semester. Clicker Exercise • We will not be using clickers this lecture (due a technical this lecture (due a technical issue) • We will try to resume next lecture so remember to register your clicker online and bring it on Thursday 4
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3 Contact Information • Dr. Suzanne Gray • Email: suzanne.gray@mail.mcgill.ca • Office: Stewart Biology W2/2c • Phone: 514-398-3293 Dr. Andrew Hendry Course Lecturer: 8, 16-18, 20-22, 24-25 6
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4 Pre-lecture vocabulary It is expected that you understand the following basic terms and concepts prior to this lecture. From section 1.2 & ch. 25 • prokaryote • eukaryote • unicellular • multicellular From section 4.2-4.3 chemical evolution spontaneous generation monomer polymer condensation reaction (polymerization) 7 •m etabolism • photosynthesis • aerobic • anaerobic amino acid nucleotide DNA, RNA (nucleic acid) catalyst BIOL 111 – Organismal Biology Lecture 2 Origin and evolution of life 8 7 September 2010
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5 Origin and evolution of life lecture outline 1. Origin of life 2. History of life 3. Modern life 9 Origin and evolution of life 10
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6 Evolution Genetic and resulting phenotypic change (observable property) in populations of (observable property) in populations of organisms from one generation to the next • How do scientists work out evolutionary relationships? – Fossil record 11 Fossil record – Morphological comparisons – Development – Molecular analyses – Behavior “Living fossils” – The oldest species brachiopod = 500 myo Ginkgo biloba = 270 myo 12 horseshoe crab = 445 myo coelocanth = 410 myo
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7 Morphological comparisons - Why is choking so common in humans?
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2011 for the course BIO 111 taught by Professor Irenegregory-eaves during the Fall '08 term at McGill.

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