Biology 211g

Section 02 Fall 2004

CELLULAR AND ORGANISMAL BIOLOGY 

Instructor:     Dr. Elba Serrano (NMSU phonebook) Web page
Room:          Hardman 104          
Time:          
9:30 am  - 10:30 am

SCHEDULE FOR LECTURES, EXAMS, AND READINGS

EXAM DATES:

Sept 20

Oct 11

Nov  5

Dec 1

Dec 6 (FNL)

EXAM KEYS:

EX1 blu

Ex2 Blu

Ex3 Blu

EX3 YLW

ex 4 bl/yw

 

 

Ex1 ylw

Ex2 YLW

 

 

 

EXTRA CREDIT DUE DATES:

Oct 8

Nov 19

 

 

 

Course Description, Goals, & Requirements

 

BIOLOGY 211G is designed to provide students with a thorough foundation in contemporary cell biology, genetics, and organismal biology. It is a prerequisite for many Biology courses, and as such, it's objective is to prepare students for upper division courses in Biology.  The course is suitable for non-majors with sufficient chemistry background who are interested in principles of biology as they apply to genes, cells, and organisms.

 
A major goal of Bio211G is to foster an understanding of science and the process of scientific inquiry, and to provide an in depth appreciation of biological systems.  When combined with the Biol 211L lab, the course meets the requirements for General Education in the category of Basic Natural Sciences.

COREQUISITE: CHEM 110G or CHEM 111 or consent of instructor.

CONTACT THE INSTRUCTORS
OFFICE HOURS
MULTIPLE SECTIONS: Bio211G, Bio211L
TEXTBOOKS: Lewis et al. (2004) Life, 5th ed                  
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

EARNING YOUR GRADE

GRADES AND POINTS EARNED: DECEMBER 8, 2004

Exams 
Exam Dates
Final Exam
Grade Scale
S/U Standards 
Makeup work 
Incomplete Grades 
Attendance Policy
Withdrawals 
Extra Credit 

Late Assignments
Review Sessions 

CODE OF CONDUCT  
COURTESY
Students with Disabilities 
BIOLOGY Department INFORMATION
Syllabus Modification
How to pass this course with a "C" or better

 

Links to websites AND STUDY LINKS for Students

 

 

 

 

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