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1.BS_Introduction_2011_ANGEL - BS 111 Cells and Molecules...

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BS 111 Cells and Molecules Spring 2011 section 001 Co-instructors Dr.Will Kopachik Dr. Ron Patterson (Dept. of Zoology) (Dept. of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics)
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Dr. Will Kopachik (co-instructor) Office:39 Natural Science Building e-mail: [email protected] Phone: 3-5166 Office hours: Mondays 1:30 to 3:30 without appointment. Contact me re: other times. Weekly question-answer sessions: 3:00 to 4:00 Fridays in Natural Science room 128. Special reviews before exams (usually the night before).
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Dr. Ron Patterson (co-instructor) Office: 4198 BPS Bldg. Phone: 884-5328 Email: patter13 @msu.edu Office hours: Monday noon to 2:00 Lecture TA: Jameel Al-Haddad, [email protected](for absences,help with course content, clickers) Shirley Reuther (Bio Sci Program office, 203 N. Kedzie; 432-1316).See her for administrative questions (drops, adds).
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Information on BS 111 class schedule topics, text reading assignments, examination dates, strategies for success are given in the ANGEL website. 1. The ANGEL site will be used for posting syllabus, announcements, Powerpoint slides, lecture study guides, practice exams. 2. The required textbook is by Campbell and Reece, Biology 8 th ed . Benjamin Cummings. 3. You will need an iClicker to get credit for in class participation.
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Strategies for doing well Do textbook reading and look at slides before class. At lecture add notes. Participate in the clicker quizzes. Soon after rewrite notes, complete study guides. For questions see one of us. Plan well ahead for the exams. Read the syllabus (suggestions for improved study habits)
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DATE POINTS Exam 1 (W) Feb. 9 100 2 (W) March 2 100 3 (W) April 6 100 Final Exam (W) May 4 200 Exam Points 500 Clicker Points 30 Total Course Points 530 % of Total Possible Points Grade for Course 83 – 100 4.0 77 – 82 3.5 71 – 76 3.0 65 – 70 2.5 59 – 64 2.0 53 – 58 1.5 47 – 52 1.0 0 – 46 0.0 This room 1281 Anthony and LS A133 will be used for the exams. Before the exam you will be told which room to go to.
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BS 111 covers subcellular and cellular biology. Topics include: Structure, function and synthesis of macromolecules Cell structure and function Cellular generation and use of energy Intracellular and extracellular signals
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Cell reproduction The replication, transmission and expression of genetic information in viral, prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms. DNA technology and Genomics Applications of this knowledge: ______________________________
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Organismal Biology Physiology Developmental Biology Cell Biology Biochemistry Molecular Biology Ecosystems Organisms Organs and tissues Embryos Cells and organelles Macromolecules Nucleic acids and genes BS 111 covers the areas in red which form a foundation for biological understanding at all other levels. Biological Discipline
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