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Unformatted text preview: BSCI105, Principles of Biology I Fall 2010 About the Course BSCI105 is part of an introductory biology CORE sequence and is intended for science majors. The focus of the course is molecular and cellular biology and the content can be challenging for many students. Be ready to work hard, and do not hesitate to ask for help! There are two components to BSCI105, the Lecture and Lab. These are designed to be complementary learning experiences and contribute to your understanding of molecular and cellular biology in different ways. Course Goals • Provide a solid foundation in fundamentals of molecular and cellular biology • Develop an understanding of the science of molecular and cellular biology • Establish how molecular and cellular biology fit in to our broader understanding of life Contact Information Lecture Instructor and Lab Coordinator Teaching Assistants Dr. Michael Keller TA Office 1222 H.J. Patterson Hall 1243 H.J Patterson Hall (Office hours by appointment) (Office hours posted) 301-405-7569 301-405-7572 [email protected] Required Textbooks 1. Campbell and Reece, Biology, 8th edition (ISBN 0-8053-6844-2) or Campbell & Reece, Biology, Custom UMD Edition (ISBN 0-536-78554-6) 2. Keller and Lanford, Introduction to Experimental Biology, BSCI105 Laboratory Manual, Fall 2010/Spring 2011 edition (ISBN 0-7380-3913-8) (NEW COPY) Clickers You are also required to purchase a TurningPoint response device, or "clicker," from the bookstore. The cheap version works fine, and you can even reuse an old one, but it has to be bookstore....
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course BSCI 105 taught by Professor Jensen during the Fall '07 term at Maryland.
- Fall '07