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1. Course Overview Iain McKinnell Dept Biology
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Instructors Lectures: Dr Iain McKinnell Room 251 Nesbitt Building Phone: x 7549 email: I will communicate by email through WebCT email system If for some reason you need to email me through my regular address ( [email protected] ) please put course code in title. Students are strongly encouraged to see me during scheduled office hours (Fri. 9:30-12:00). If this is not possible due to class commitments, please see me just before or after the lectures or email me to book an appointment.
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PhD Developmental Biology (UK) Postdoctoral work: Molecular developmental biology (Canada) Interests: Molecular regulation of embryological development. Courses: Fundamentals of Biology Advanced Physiology McKinnell et al Dev Biol; 272 p76- 88. Dev Dyn; 234 p363-370
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Instructors Labs and tutorials: Mike Weber 425 Tory Building x 4493 (No voicemail) [email protected] Sanja Hinic-Frlog 407 Tory Building x 7589 [email protected] Joan Mallett 406 Tory Building x4468 [email protected] Include COURSE (1103), LAB DAY and STUDENT NUMBER when contacting the lab coordinators.
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The course BIOL1103 Foundations of Biology Students who are enrolled in the B.Sc Honours programs in Biological Sciences (other students should be enrolled in BIOL1003) . Course content cellular organization transfer of energy within a cell transfer of information within and between cells reproduction of cells and organisms.
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Lecture resources Lecture website: BIOL1103 WebCT site lecture notes will be posted. Students will be responsible for material that is covered and assigned in class. The web site may not contain all of this information; therefore attendance at lectures is extremely important. Also posted will be announcements, quizzes etc. Be sure to check the site regularly.
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Lecture resources Lecture Textbook: “Biology – Exploring the diversity of life”, 1 st Canadian Edition (2010) by Russell et al Suggested readings graphics taken primarily from the book Testing is primarily, though not exclusively, on lecture material (based closely on the book)
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The SSSC is located in 1152 Herzberg http://www.carleton.ca/science/sssc/ 613-520-2600 x 3111 The Science Student Success Centre (SSSC) is an important resource for all students in the Faculty of Science
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Orientation Sessions Math Matters Individual Mentoring Sessions Peer Assisted Study Sessions Student led study groups Workshops Class presentations Facebook group Early identification program Midterms Final Grades Help With your Academic Success
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So you want to be a: Doctor Dentist Teacher Researcher Help With your Professional Success
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course BIOL 1103 taught by Professor Mckinnel during the Fall '11 term at Carleton CA.

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