BCH1200
DISCOVERY IN BIOLOGY
Course Briefing
Our Approach to
Teaching & Learning at CityU
Adopt Outcomes-based Pedagogy
With Discovery-Enriched Curriculum (DEC)
Outcomes-based:
Students have to ach
Electricity
electricity
magnets
electromagnetism
Atom and the electron
The atom is the basic unit
that built-up people, the
earth, other planets, and
the universe!
Electron is responsible for our l
GE2306
Course Leader: Prof. Robert Li
Telephone: 34427785
Email: [email protected]
Teaching Format
The course mixes lectures, tutorials, group
project, LAB and fieldtrip
Text book: Hinrichs Kleinb
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Atomic Structure
1 WHAT IS AN ELEMENT?
Give the definition of Element.
Give two examples of elements exist in nature
What are their physical states in room temperature?
1. Chlorine _
2. Bromine _
3. I
Covalent bond
Compound makes up of non-metals only usually consist of neutral particles called molecules.
Eg. H2O, CO2, NH3, CH4, HCl
Write Names of the compounds
i. CO2
II. NH3
iii. CH4
iv. HCl
Metal
Metals
1 EXTRACTION OF METALS BY ELECTROLYSIS
Extraction of metals by electrolysis is the most expensive method but it is the only effective
method for some reactive metals.
Eg.
2 REACTIVITY OF METALS
1 COMPOSITION OF AIR
Air is mainly a mixture of two gases nitrogen and oxygen
How many percentages are nitrogen and oxygen separately?
Separation of oxygen and nitrogen from air
Give a method and draw
Online Group Discussion
Blog
Assessed Tutorial 1
(Microbiology)
What is Discussion Blog?
A blog set up in the Blackboard site for
group members to upload, share,
critique and discuss the information
a
MA1200 CB1 Mid-term Test (90 minutes) Nov 14, 2012
Q1
Suppose xy coordinate system is rotated through an angle resulting in a new xy coordinate system. Let P
be a point in the plain, with respect to x
MA1200 CF1 Mid-term Test (90 minutes) Nov 12, 2012
Answer ALL FOUR questions:
Q1
x 1
Consider y f x
.
x 1
(a) Determine the largest possible domain for y f x .
Observe that y f x is one to one, so it
MA1200B CF1 Mid-term Test (90 minutes)
Answer ALL FOUR questions:
Q1.
Let g x 2 x 1 . Observe that g x is one-one, as a consequence, g 1 x exists.
(a) Find g 1 x .
10 marks
Suppose h x f g x , that is
The Microbial World
1
Dimension of microbes
2
Dimension of microbes
3
Dimension of microbes
4
Content
1. General features of microbes
a) How small are microbes?
b) Microbes are everywhere!
c) Their li
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The Microbial World
1
The dimension of microbes
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The dimension of microbes
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The dimension of microbes
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Intended Learning Outcomes
At the end of this lecture, you should be able to:
1. To describe a
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BCH1200 Discovery in Biology
Assessed Tutorial in Microbiology
Staff in Charge: Prof. Lilian Vrijmoed / Dr. Doris Au
Department of Biology and Chemistry
Tutorial Group: T12
Objectives
This tutorial
1
BCH1200 Discovery in Biology
Assessed Tutorial in Microbiology
Staff in Charge: Prof. Lilian Vrijmoed / Dr. Doris Au
Department of Biology and Chemistry
Tutorial Group: T01/TA1
Objectives
This tutor
1
BCH1200 Discovery in Biology
Assessed Tutorial in Microbiology
Staff in Charge: Prof. Lilian Vrijmoed / Dr. Doris Au
Department of Biology and Chemistry
Tutorial Group: T01/TA1
Objectives
This tutor
BCH1200 Discovery in Biology
Practical 1
Microbiology Lab: Identification of Bacteria
I. Bacterial features and identification
Morphological features of bacteria
Bacteria are prokaryotic cells. They a
An Effective Presentation
What and How?
Lilian Vrijmoed
Department of Biology and Chemistry
The ability to communicate is a
vital ladder to all career and
personal development.
Richard Ellis
Communcat
BCH1200
(Discovery in Biology)
Course Briefing
Our Approach to
Teaching & Learning in CityU
Adopt Outcomes-based pedagogy
With Discovery-Enriched Curriculum (DEC)
Outcomes-based:
Students have to a
MA1200
Chapter 1
1
Calculus and Basic Linear Algebra I
Coordinate Geometry and Conic Sections
Review
In the rectangular/Cartesian coordinates system, we describe the location of points using coordinat
1.Conic Sections
A conic may be defined as follows:
If is a fixed point (focus) and is a fixed line (directrix) which does not pass through , then
the locus of a moving point
, which moves in the pla
MA1200
1
Chapter 1
Coordinate Geometry and Conic Sections
Review
In the rectangular/Cartesian coordinates system, we describe the location of points using coordinates.
y
P2(x2, y2)
P(x, y)
x
P1(x1, y1
CHAPTER
4
TRANSFORMATION OF COORDINATES
4-1 Introduction. Suppose that we have a curve in the coordinate
plane and the equation which represents the curve. We wish to take
another pair of axes in the