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Syllabus - BIOU111 General Biology 1 Fall 2007 Instructor...

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BIOU111 - General Biology 1 Fall 2007 Instructor: Dr. MarySue Potts-Santone 414MU, (617) 373-4031, [email protected] Office hrs.: Mon. 9:30am - 11:30am, Wed. 10:00am - 12:00pm and by appointment Class: M, W, Th. 8:00 - 9:05am, 20F WV; 1:35 - 2:40pm, 20F WV Lecture Schedule: Week Date Topic Text Assignment 1 W 9/5 Introduction Blackboard/Ch. 1 Th 9/6 Scientific Method Ch. 1 2 M 9/10 Atoms and Molecules Ch. 2 W 9/12 Water Th 9/13 Biomolecules Ch. 3 3 M 9/17 Biomolecules W 9/19 Cell Structure and Function Ch. 4 Th 9/20 Cell Structure and Function 4 M 9/24 Movement Into/Out of Cells Ch. 5 W 9/26 Movement Into/Out of Cells Th 9/27 Exam 1 5 M 10/1 Chemical Rxns Ch. 6 W 10/3 Photosynthesis Ch. 7 Th 10/4 Photosynthesis 6 M 10/8 Columbus Day - no classes W 10/10 Cell Respiration Ch. 8 Th 10/11 Cell Respiration 7 M 10/15 Cell Cycle Ch. 9 W 10/17 Cell Division Ch. 10 Th 10/18 Meiosis 8 M 10/22 Meiosis W 10/24 Exam 2 Th 10/25 Genetics - Mendel’s laws Ch. 11 9 M 10/29 Genetics W 10/31 Chromosomal patterns Ch. 12 Th 11/1 Chromosomal patterns 10 M 11/5 DNA structure and function Ch. 13 W 11/7 DNA structure and function Th 11/8 Genetic code Ch. 14 11 M 11/12 Veteran’s Day - no classes W 11/14 Genetic code Th 11/15 Gene activity and mutations Ch. 15 12 M 11/19 Exam 3 W 11/21 Thanksgiving Holiday - no classes 13 M 11/26 Biotechnology and Genomics Ch. 16 W 11/28 Evolution Ch. 17 Th 11/29 Evolution 14 M 12/3 Evolution Ch. 18 W 12/5 Evolution (Last class) Th 12/6 Reading day 15 12/7 – 12/14 Final Exam (TBA)
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Welcome I want each of you to complete this course successfully and to learn everything you wish to learn. It is your responsibility to do the learning; it is my responsibility to make that possible. Every effort will be made to meet the individual needs and varied learning styles of the students in this course. If you have a disability that you think may affect your performance in this class, please inform me at the beginning of the semester so that we can make arrangements, if necessary, for your full access to all course activities. All information is strictly confidential. Texts: Mader, Sylvia S, Biology , 9th ed., McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., 2007 Available in the bookstore. It will also be used in BIOU113 (Gen. Bio. 2) Gilbert, A. and Roth, A., Laboratory Manual for General Biology 1(BIOU112) Laboratory Laboratory is an essential part of this course. Attendance is required at all laboratory
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