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2-evolution2-kingdom1[1] - Welcome back Today were going to...

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Welcome back Today we’re going to wrap up evolution We should have time for questions at the end of lecture And we’ll be discussing evolution near the start of Wednesday Next up is our tour of the kingdoms A lot of this will be introduction of lineages I will also introduce highlights of some interesting biology along the way • Reminders: You need to have your own copy of today’s lab for lab Today’s lab will involve working out of doors! Next two labs will be provided as handouts Practice knowledge check is “due” Wednesday We’ll start using the PRS transmitters in class today
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Instant Messengers A great way to get in touch with me Google Talk – occmperkins Learn more at http://talk.google.com AOL Instant Messanger (AIM) – marcperkins53 Does NOT require AOL to use (it’s free!) Learn more at http://www.aim.com/ • MSN-Messenger [email protected] Learn more at http://messenger.msn.com/
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Instant Messengers pt. 2 My instant messenger promises: 1) I will NOT send you messages until you have first sent me one on that day, unless you make it clear that it is OK for me to do so. 2) I will NOT log, record, or care about when you are online, or what you are doing. In no way am I attempting to invade your privacy or personal space through IM. More info on my web page: http://faculty.orangecoastcollege.edu/mperkins
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Today we’ll start the participation questions Today’s questions are practice – So it’s OK if you don’t have a transmitter Next time all questions will be “live” Get out your transmitter if you have it!
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