Biology 111 Spring 2015 Course Syllabus
Professor Teri Curtis
Welcome to Biology 111. This biology course is designed for non-majors. A major goal
of this course is to develop student understanding of bi
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Chapter 1: Preliminaries
o Core economic question: What is Microeconomics all about?
o Section 1: The Themes of Microeconomics
o Section 2: What Is a Market?
o We will not cover S
Stat 311 In class example 1 Statistical studies and terminology
Suppose that Ultimate SAT Prep (a fictional SAT test prep company) conducts a study to determine the effect of its
SAT prep course on student scores. The company recruits high sch
We made it through week 1!
You should submit your first homework this week. There will be a key posted a day or two after
it is due. Look at the key, make sure you understand what you were supposed to learn from this
Please get started by:
Printing the course syllabus, class schedule, course outline, Q&As, and policy recipe. You
dont have to print them, but you will need to refer to them often, so it might be a good idea.
Please read each
Running head: YOUR TITLE HERE (in all capital letters)
Use this template for formatting your project. Follow the outline as it appears (the order of
headings). You do not need to use the Roman Numerals, letters or numbers but MUST use the
headings and sub
Calcium and ATP energy drive muscle contractions.
1. Actin is a gobular protein that can
slide back and forth.
It contains a troponin protein that can
block a binding site on actin.
2. Myosin is a protein with a tail and
a double head that sticks o
Purchase: Brains to bacteria lab manual and scan tron
882 at Pirates bookstore. Useful: sketch pad & pencil.
Lab: Body chemistry p 6-7
Exam: Science & Chemistry
Lab, then review before taking test. Bring recent
reports, pencil, scan tron 888.
a. Plasma makes up over
of our blood, and is
composed mostly of
water and dissolved
substances such as
gases and proteins.
are made in the