Lecture 1 - BCH311 - Introductory Biochemistry, Spring 2012...

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Unformatted text preview: BCH311 - Introductory Biochemistry, Spring 2012 Instructors: Niall Howlett, Ph.D. (~66%) and Gongqin Sun, Ph.D. (~33%) OfFce: 379 CBLS, ofFce hours M, W, 11-12, or by email appointment Email: nhowlett@mail.uri.edu OfFce Phone: 401-874-4306 TA: Alex Brown, Ph.D. Candidate Email: abro4576@mail.uri.edu OfFce: 239 CBLS Hours: TBD Text: Biochemistry, 7th Edition, Campbell & arrell, ISBN: 978-0-495-39041-1 Clickers: Turning technologies TurningPoint clickers will be used- purchase from the library or store.turningtechnologies.com Additional class material, including lecture notes, will be posted on Sakai 2111-BCH3110001 Introductory Biochemistry Introductory Biochemistry BCH311 1. I have heard great things about BCH311; I m really excited to take this class 2. I have heard that BCH311 is sheer torture; even worse than organic chemistry BCH311 - Introductory Biochemistry General Course Guidelines Attend the lectures Read ahead, prepare for class Ask questions, in class, by email, etc Attend the tutorial sessions on a regular basis Study the sample exams in advance Answer select questions at the end of the book chapters Read the lecture notes after class, the same day Do not leave it until days before the exam Refrain from any sort of disruptive behavior BCH311 - Introductory Biochemistry Major General Objectives: Obtain a solid foundation in; 1) The chemical structure, function and synthesis of biological macromolecules 2) The major energy yielding and consuming cellular reactions IDEA-Pilot Study of Online...
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Lecture 1 - BCH311 - Introductory Biochemistry, Spring 2012...

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